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OKC man dies after being attacked with bat at softball game

OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma City man dies after being attacked with a baseball bat.

Over the weekend, police say Richard Betancur was attending a softball game at Sooner Sports Complex.

While at the game, he was attacked with a baseball bat.

On Thursday morning, authorities learned Betancur died as a result of his injuries.

Authorities say 22-year-old Eric Noyola and 25-year-old Armando Noyola were arrested in connection with the crime.

Armando Noyola

Armando Noyola

Eric Noyola was facing charges of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and public drunkenness.

Two women with Oklahoma ties make list of world’s “Most Influential People”

OKLAHOMA CITY – Two people with strong connections to the Sooner State have made the list of the ’100 Most Influential People in the World.’

Sister Rosemary Nyirumbe’s story was brought to light in the film “Sewing Hope,” which was narrated by Forest Whitaker.

Sister Rosemary runs the Saint Monica Girls’ Tailoring Center, which serves as a shelter for women and girls who have suffered violence, rape and sexual exploitation in Uganda.

She is connected with Pros for Africa, an Oklahoma City-based nonprofit that encourages professionals to help provide aid to Africa.

Country superstar and Checotah native, Carrie Underwood, also made the list.

Fellow country singer, Brad Paisley, wrote about Underwood in Time’s article.

How to score free tickets to Tuesday’s Thunder game against Grizzlies

OKLAHOMA CITY – The Thunder will host Game 5 Tuesday night at the Peake.

Starting four hours prior to tipoff Tuesday, the Thunder and Kia will give away the final 50 pairs of tickets for that night’s game at the Kia Thunder Rewards Zone.

Fans can register at the Rewards Zone table on the north side of Chesapeake Energy Arena; winners will be announced two hours before tipoff.

Love’s Thunder Alley will get underway three hours before the game tips off.

All fans can enjoy the pregame festivities on Reno Ave., with activities ranging from inflatable games, face painting, Budweiser beer garden, hot dog vendor, Thunder merchandise trailer, appearances by Thunder entertainers, photo stations and more.

TICKETS: Purchase tickets here

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Run to Remember, marathon runners remember why OKC runs

OKLAHOMA CITY – Running in the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon is good for the body and for the soul.

After crossing the finish line, runners will often visit the field of empty chairs at the Memorial.

Each person runs for their own reasons, but always to remember.

Tax break could be coming for Oklahoma’s richest

OKLAHOMA CITY – The richest residents of Oklahoma may be getting a new tax break.

It is a victory for Governor Mary Fallin, who supported a cut in the top income tax rate.

Senate Bill 1247 would reduce the top income tax rate from 5.25 percent to 5 percent if state revenue projections are greater than projections in December 2014.

“Our state has seen economic growth and record revenues due to our competitive income tax policies and pro-business environment,” said Rep. Leslie Osborn. “This measure allows Oklahomans greater control over their hard-earned money. They will either spend or invest those dollars and further strengthen our economy.”

The tax cut measure will be conditional on improvement to state revenues.

After a cold training season, marathon runners ready for Memorial Marathon

OKLAHOMA CITY – On Sunday, more than 20,000 people will descend on downtown Oklahoma City for the Memorial Marathon.

Many have been training for months.

One group started during the chilly month of January.

Since then, they have been watching the miles add up.

One runner says this is a good time to celebrate life.

“It’s not a downer, the marathon itself, it really helps us celebrate life and remember that we’re alive.”

Many of the runners powered through the coldest days when they did not want to leave the warmth of their home.

The runners say that the marathon and the training itself can both be an emotional time.