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    Oklahoma Satanist backing out of controversial Satanic monument project

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma group of Satanists who were working to help get a monument to Satan placed at the State Capitol are now backing out. “Why would I want to give a small child nightmares and destroy their psyche with a monster,” said Satanist Adam Daniels. Adam Daniels and his wife Kelsey worship the devil and even run a Satanic church at their home. Known for their controversial annual Black Mass services, the pair caught the eye of The Satanic Temple […]

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    Update: Woman shot to death in Oklahoma City identified, police arrest alleged shooter

    Update: 6:00 p.m. OKLAHOMA CITY - A woman was shot to death in northwest Oklahoma City Saturday morning. Police were called to Briarwood Estates early this morning where they found a woman lying in the front yard of an unoccupied home with gunshot wounds. The woman, who was identified as 37-year-old Carrie Ezell, later died at a local hospital. Police say they believe the alleged shooter is 26-year-old Charles Chambers. Witnesses say the shooter drove off in the victim’s white Lexus. They say crime has […]

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    Disturbing: DHS worker, wife charged with child neglect after children found in filthy house

    YUKON, Okla. – Canadian County officials say they have arrested a DHS worker and his wife for child neglect. On Thursday, investigators with the Canadian County Sheriff’s Office arrested 41-year-old Lemerle Robinson and 39-year-old Jenifer Robinson. The arrests stem from a report in September that detailed severe child neglect. Investigators were called to the family’s home to help DHS with a child welfare check. Officials say children ranging from 2-years-old to 16-years-old lived in the home. According to officers, the […]

  • Unlikely hero saves 79-year-old grandmother minutes before her death

    MIDWEST CITY Okla. – An unlikely hero saved an elderly woman’s life after she fell on her porch Monday morning. “She was almost gone, I mean she had given up at this point.” Her granddaughter Heather Scrimshire said. Francis Ledford went outside for the newspaper just like she does every day, only this time, the ground was covered in ice. That’s when she slipped. She laid in the same spot in agony for over three hours, yelling for help, until she saw her […]

  • Several arrested after undercover raid at Oklahoma strip club

    MEDICINE PARK, Okla. – Eight people were arrested after an undercover raid at a strip club. Medicine Park is the tourist destination for thousands of families each year, because of its festivals and family atmosphere. But police say a local strip club has been taking away from that image for years. Officials say they were able to bust Sidewinders on Saturday night. “Cocaine, there was marijuana that was found and we had a bunch of people that had warrants.” Medicine Park Police […]

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    Wildlife officials: Hunters on a ‘thrill kill’ with helpless animal

    Logan Co. Okla.– A senseless act of animal cruelty took the life of a helpless calf in Logan county, according to wildlife officials. “There’s nothing but cruelty going on there.” Logan County Game Warden Wade Farrar said. Farrar said, “Hunters shot the calf in the road, on their way back from a hunting trip.” The hunters allegedly tried to cover their tracks, snapped the arrow that killed the calf and took the broken arrow with them. Farrar said that tells him the […]

  • It’s Governor Fallin like you’ve never seen before

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It is Governor Mary Fallin like you’ve never seen before: in the passenger seat of a 60-ton tank. Wilshire Gun hit the bull’s-eye with customers during its grand opening kickoff Friday with a special appearance from Gov. Mary Fallin. In addition to firearms, the gun range event featured flavorful food, a bar, free demos and giveaways. “It`s just a fun place to be,” customer Sam Wilkinson said. Gov. Fallin even rode a Chieftain military tank over a compact […]

  • 6-year-old girl’s sore throat spares Oklahoma family from flames

    NINNEKAH, Okla. – A little girl is being credited with saving her family from a fire early Wednesday morning. Around 1:45 a.m. on Wednesday, 6-year-old Braylee Burns woke up with a sore throat. She made it to her father’s room and woke him up. That’s when he noticed the smoke and realized the house was on fire. Fortunately, the family made it out safely and called for help. When Grady County firefighters arrived, the home was fully engulfed in flames. […]

  • OKC apartment complex residents say management abandoned them, left them in deplorable conditions

    OKLAHOMA CITY – People who live in one Oklahoma City apartment complex say they’ve been left to fend for themselves. Residents of Terrace Apartments, off Northwest 10th Street say the apartment complex management has abandoned the complex. Residents say problems at Terrace Apartments are too big for them to handle, and say it’s a danger to their children. Windows have been shattered, doors busted down, and trash is piling up just feet away from where folks say their children play. […]

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    OU band has their ‘pride’ back under veteran director

    NORMAN, Okla. - After the Pride of Oklahoma’s band director decided to move on, members anxiously awaited who would replace their mentor. When Dr. Justin Stolarik took control of the band, members started to speak out. “We are not learning from Dr. Stolarik,” Michael Boyd told NewsChannel 4 in 2013. “We are being taught nothing.” For months, band members organized meetings with OU administrators but nothing seemed to be done. They claimed Stolarik’s routines were destroying their renowned tradition. “The band […]

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    Embattled OU Pride Director steps down after clashing with students and former band members

    NORMAN, Okla. –  Big changes to The Pride of Oklahoma marching band at the University of Oklahoma. The director of the Pride of Oklahoma for the past two years, Justin Stolarik, today announced that he is stepping down as director of the University of Oklahoma’s marching band, effective immediately. “I have accepted the decision of Director Stolarik to step aside in order to unify the Pride and maintain its tradition of being one of the greatest bands in America,” said OU […]