OKLAHOMA CITY -- Do you remember gazing up into the night sky about a month ago?
The whole planet carved out a little time to moongaze in late November.
The November 14th supermoon was on of the biggest, brightest in history because of its proximity to Earth.
Astronomers say it won't be that close again until 2034.
Meanwhile, in northwest Oklahoma City, the labor and delivery ward at Mercy Hospital was hopping.
Turns out, the wives' tales about a full moon inducing labor may actually be true!
Tune in at 6 p.m. for Ali Meyer's report about a spike in births during the supermoon month.