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 - Arapaho grad escapes death on mountain

 - Anders gives aid with codes and inspections

 - Man sentenced to 1 year

 - OU builds softball program into national powerhouse

Anders gives aid with codes and inspections

While it can be an occupation with ups and downs, Toby Anders works to help keep people and their properties safe as the City of clinton code enforcer and building inspector, something he has done for the last 16 years.

Antonio Maurice Wilson, 53, of Clinton, has been sentenced to one year in federal prison for knowingly engaging in sexual contact with another person without their permission while onboard a flight stemming from a case investigated by the FBI Oklahoma City Field Office and the Edmond Police Department.

Arapaho grad escapes death on mountain

Arapaho-Butler High School graduate Tack Sappington found himself in a slippery situation Jan. 13 when a hike near the Devil’s Backbone area of Mount Baldy in California left him stuck on an icy trail with no equipment to help.

Having a brrr-fect day!

Kallie Yandell, left, and Chloe Morgan take advantage of their snow day Tuesday.

NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (AP) — A Virginia teacher who was shot by a 6-year-old student during class will sue the school district, the teacher's attorney announced Wednesday.

PASADENA, Texas (AP) — A winter storm that brought severe weather to the Gulf Coast and wintry precipitation to the north was headed east Wednesday, a day after tornadoes caused widespread damage in the Houston area and injured three people in Louisiana.