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Your guide to the Highway 75 closure

Construction crews closed the northbound lanes of Highway 75 north of I-44 Monday morning.

The closure was put in place to allow for the replacement of the bridge deck over Southwest Boulevard.

ODOT advises drivers to use I-44 as an alternate route.

The KRMG Traffic Team also recommends the Creek Turnpike as an alternate route.

ODOT told KRMG the bridge is decades old and is structurally deficient.

Drivers can expect the bridge to be closed until July.

Listen to NEWS102.3 and AM740 KRMG for real-time traffic updates.

Officials: Georgia PE teacher resigns after accidentally showing porn in class

A physical education teacher in Georgia resigned after he accidentally showed pornographic images in class, WSB reported. 

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The sixth-grade teacher meant to show Sandy Springs Charter Middle School students an instructional video Tuesday from his personal laptop, WSB reported. 

Instead, officials said, “a few seconds” of porn were displayed on the screen. 

Fulton County Schools officials investigated the teacher, who eventually submitted a letter of resignation, WSB reported. 

“It is our expectation that teachers and staff maintain a safe and appropriate instructional environment for all students,” a Fulton County Schools official said in a statement to the news station. “Our focus will continue to be student achievement and the safety or our students and staff.”

The teacher’s name was not released

Metallica returns to Tulsa’s BOK Center

The BOK Center announced Metallica as the final act in the 10 for 10 concert series celebrating the venue’s 10th anniversary.

Metallica last came to Tulsa in 2008, the year the BOK Center opened.

The concert is set for January 18, 2019. Tickets go on sale to the public March 2nd at 10am.

BOK Center 10 for 10 Concert Series

1. George Strait

2. P!nk

3. Blake Shelton

4. U2

5. The Eagles

6. Justin Timberlake

7. Elton John

8. Bruno Mars

9. Imagine Dragons

10. Metallica

Woman arrested for child neglect, assaulting officers

A desperate situation resulted in an arrest in Tulsa on Tuesday. 

Officers arrived at a home near West 43rd and South 35th West Avenue for a suicide call.  It didn’t take them long to learn 24-year-old Khristian Huse was in a bad way thanks to texts she sent her son’s dad. 

“He showed me texts from Huse where she had cut her wrists in the presence of their 8-month-old child,” police said.  “As we were telling the boyfriend his options, Huse suddenly came into the room and tried to grab the baby by pulling him by the arms.” 

The incident didn’t stop there.  After being separated from the child, Huse reportedly assaulted two officers by kicking them. 

After being treated at an area hospital, Huse was booked on multiple counts including child neglect and assault and battery on a police officer. 

21-year-old arrested for prostitution in Tulsa

A 21-year-old woman was taken to jail on Tuesday thanks to an undercover sting. 

KRMG’s told a Tulsa undercover officer contacted Deja Cummings through an online ad.  A date was then made at a place on North Aspen Avenue in Broken Arrow.

“She directed officer (redacted) to the above address and told him to place the agreed on $100 ‘donation’ on the TV stand,” police said.  “She then instructed officer (redacted) to remove his clothes and lay on the bed while she produced a condom.”

Police say the officer was about to identify himself when Cummings received a phone call.  During this time, she may have been warned about what was going on because the call made her “visibly concerned.” 

Regardless, once the call ended, Cummings was taken into custody.  She faces counts of engaging in prostitution and possession of marijuana. 

Cummings has been booked into the Tulsa County Jail. 

Man living in Oklahoma busted for connection with al-Qaida

A man living in Weatherford, Okla. for years was recently arrested for trying to join al-Qaida back in 2000.

New York Times reports the FBI just recently became aware of Naif Abdulaziz Alfallaj filling out an application to join one of the terrorist group’s most notorious training camps back when he was about 17. Investigators were able to match his fingerprints with documents captured in Afghanistan.

The application was for the Farooq camp, which is where four of the Sept. 11 hijackers trained.

Alfallaj was arrested on a count of visa fraud.

SCAM ALERT: Fake ALDI coupon circulating on Facebook... Again

If you’re a regular at ALDI, you may already know the company doesn’t offer digital coupons.

That doesn’t stop scammers from trying to get the best of you by creating fake ALDI coupons and circulating them online.

It happened in March 2017 and is happening again as we begin 2018.

ALDI posted a warning on Facebook.

“Hey ALDI fans! Looks like another fake ALDI coupon is making its way around the internet. We’re sorry for any confusion, but we don’t offer electronic coupons and they won’t be accepted at our stores. We’re currently working on fixing the situation, but we’d love your help. Feel free to share this post to help us spread the word.” ALDI wrote.

More here from KRMG Consumer Expert Clark Howard

Watch the Georgia Senate 'Call the Dawgs' before championship game

The state of Georgia and city of Atlanta are ready for their moment in college football’s limelight.

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On Monday morning, members of the Georgia state Senate “called the Dawgs” during the session ahead of tonight’s College Football Playoff Championship in Atlanta.

Watch the video below:

Georgia and Alabama kick off at 8 p.m. ET at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

AAA offers Tipsy Tow ride service for New Year’s Eve

This holiday season, AAA reminds motorists to travel safely and drive drug- and alcohol-free when hitting the roads. For those who do plan to drink, AAA urges them to take safety precautions in advance: designate a non-drinking driver, call a cab or stay with a friend.

If you need a safe ride home, call 1-800-AAA-HELP.

Program runs from now until 4 a.m. January 2.

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