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    Primary Election Run-offs have all precincts reporting

    OKLAHOMA– The primary election run-offs have all precincts reporting. Al McAffrey beat Tom Guild by 40 votes in the U.S. Rep. District 5. They both received 50 percent of the vote, meaning it will most likely have a recount. David Hooten beat 20-year incumbent Carolynn Caudill 66 percent to 34 percent in the Oklahoma County Clerk Race. Adam Pugh beat Paul Blair, 54 percent to 46 percent. You can check here for a complete list of election results. 

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    Oklahoma Decides: 2016 Primary Election Runoff

    OKLAHOMA – Several primary runoff elections are scheduled for Oklahoma today. The purpose of the runoff is to select party nominees for the various federal, statewide and state legislative offices on the ballot. The complete list of offices to be filled in 2016 may be found here. A complete list of races and candidates on the ballot for the Runoff Primary Election can be found here. No State Questions are scheduled to appear on the Runoff Primary Election ballot. Only […]

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    Oklahoma County Clerk’s race digs into candidates’ pasts

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Election season usually leads to a lot of campaign signs and fliers being posted around town, but some campaign fliers are raising eyebrows. “I think it’s dirty. I think it’s past dirty. It’s gone to a whole new low,” David Hooten, republican candidate for the Oklahoma County Clerk, said. A mailer sent out shows republican candidate David Hooten’s court records and mugshot from a DUI arrest in 2000, authorized and paid for by “Caudill for County Clerk.” However, […]

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    Oklahoma Decides: Everything you need to know about Tuesday’s primary election

    OKLAHOMA CITY – On Tuesday, voters across the state will head to the polls for the statewide primary on several important positions. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, June 28. Oklahoma has a modified closed primary system. Normally, only those registered in a party are allowed to vote in the party’s primaries and runoff primaries. However, the law allows recognized parties to notify the Oklahoma State Election Board if they want to let Independent […]

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    Officer goes above and beyond to help homeowner targeted by intruder

    FORT WORTH, Texas – When an intruder broke into her home around the Fourth of July, Patsy Caudill says she didn’t know what to do. The intruder forced her patio door open and opened several drawers inside her home. However, nothing was taken. “When I investigated, nothing was missing, which led me to think it was someone prowling around the inside of the house looking for her,” Officer B.D. Jackson, a 24-year veteran of the Fort Worth Police Department, told […]

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    “He thought he killed me,” Rape survivor breaks her silence to ensure attacker’s imprisonment

    SANDUSKY, Ohio (FOX 8)– A rape survivor broke her silence to make sure her attacker stays locked up. Carrie Caudill, 47, spoke to FOX 8 about the most horrific day of her life,  20 years ago, when she was kidnapped, sexually assaulted, and tortured for hours by Larry Taylor. Caudill decided to speak out, saying she doesn’t want to be seen as a victim, but instead, a survivor. “He thought he had killed me,” Caudill said. “He cut off the ropes, […]

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    Oklahoma County official sentenced to probation, fines for DUI charge

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma County official won’t be spending any time behind bars after entering a no contest plea to drunken driving. Oklahoma County Clerk Carolynn Caudill was fined and given six months probation on charges of driving under the influence and striking a parked car. Last September, Caudill was found in a parked car that was heavily damaged on the passenger’s side on a lawn. Officers reported a strong smell of alcohol and noted that the 67-year-old had […]


    OK County Clerk, Carolynn Caudill’s attendance records questioned

    OKLAHOMA CITY — After Oklahoma County Clerk, Carolynn Caudill, was taken into custody for allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol and leaving the scene of an accident, NewsChannel 4, under the Freedom of Information Act, received records regarding her attendance at the county offices. NewsChannel 4 obtained the activity log from her card reader that allows her access to the offices. (You can read those logs below) From April 1 through Sept. 24 there was a total of 177 […]

  • Oklahoma County Clerk issues statement on DUI, arrest

    OKLAHOMA CITY — Carolynn Caudill was arrested on September 17th and is now facing multiple charges following her arrest. The Oklahoma County Clerk, was taken into custody that Tuesday night for allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol and leaving the scene of an accident. Police say the county clerk crashed into a parked car before speeding away. Caudill issued the following statement today: To the wonderful people of Oklahoma County I have been very humbled this past week for […]

  • NEW: Okla. County Clerk charged with DUI, leaving scene of accident

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A city official is now facing multiple charges following her arrest Tuesday night. Carolynn Caudill, the Oklahoma County Clerk,  was taken into custody Tuesday night for allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol and leaving the scene of an accident. Police say the county clerk crashed into a parked car before speeding away. Luckily, she didn’t make it far before being arrested. MarQutta Goss said, “It’s just crazy.” The back bumper of Goss’ silver Kia is trashed. […]