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  • OU president meets with band members, listens to their concerns

    NORMAN, Okla. – They were told to keep quiet or be punished. The Pride of Oklahoma marching band went straight to the top Monday, voicing concern over what they believe is the program’s downfall. Previously, fear of punishment kept The Pride of Oklahoma marching band quiet. In the band handbook it states, if you do speak out, you may get booted from the band. Austin Kitch, a former band member, says he was kicked off the band for making his views […]

  • Murdered Duncan family memorialized by friends and family

    DUNCAN, Okla. – Hundreds of friends and family members turned out to the First United Methodist church on Sunday to remember the Hruby family. John, Tinker and Catherine Hruby, who’s lives were taken all at the hands of their son and brother Allen  Hruby, were celebrated Sunday. Friends of the Hruby family  spoke at the lectern mentioning words describing John and Tinker, like reverent, hard charging and friend. Katherine’s volleyball coach said the team can’t move on from this tragic […]

  • Oklahoma State professors awarded knighthood by French Consulate

    OKLAHOMA – Some say if the U.S. had not stepped in during the second World War, our world would be a different place. Millions of Americans fought and sacrificed for the future of our nation. And today, two of those brave men were given one of the highest honors the French Government awards. NewsChannel 4’s Andrew Donley traveled to Stillwater, Okla., and spoke with the recipients of the French Legion of Honor. The French government recognizes contributions made to the […]

  • Marching to a different tune: OU band wants director fired

    NORMAN, Okla. – The past few years have been rough for The Pride of Oklahoma according to band members. They say their new director has no business being at the university and is destroying the school spirit. The Pride of Oklahoma Band says with the appointment of the new band director Doctor Justin Stolarik, the condition of the pride is clearly deteriorating. The Pride of Oklahoma drummed up University President David Boren’s attention, taking a full page ad out in the Oklahoman and addressing […]

  • Grass fire sparks concern for Canadian County resident

    Tensions are growing over tall grass in Canadian County. One resident says tall grass is a growing problem in the area and is worried that if the city doesn’t come in and do something about it, residents could be seeing fires spark up even closer to their homes. Tray, who didn’t want to give his last name, lives just down the street from where a grass fire sparked Thursday afternoon and says he’s been fined for his tall grass by the city but […]

  • Terrifying: Storm sends tree through Oklahoma family’s home

    HYDRO, Okla.- While most of Oklahoma received a bit of much-needed moisture from a storm Sunday night, one family in Hydro says the storm came a little too close for comfort. Amanda Stockton says her family was at home as the storm moved through their town. She says she watched the rain pour down when she heard a loud clap of thunder and felt the house shake. As it turns out, the family’s cotton wood tree broke during the storm […]

  • Historic group gives visitors tour of Oklahoma cemetery

    EDMOND, Okla. – Visitors in Edmond will be able to get in the Halloween spirit with a special tour of a local cemetery. The Edmond Historic Preservation Trust will be hosting the ‘Edmond Historic Cemetery Tours’ at Gracelawn Cemetery. Tickets are sold for $7 each for the tours on Oct. 11 and Oct. 18. Actors will be at the gravesites of Edmond’s ‘founding fathers’ and will play the part of those pioneers. A few ghost stories and folk-lore of Edmond […]

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    Group pushing Oklahoma legislators to stop fracking for one year

    OKLAHOMA CITY  – The cause of earthquakes is a hot topic in Oklahoma. While many groups say there is no link between oil and gas injection wells and earthquakes, others say the evidence is too much to ignore. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the number of earthquakes in Oklahoma over the past four years has increased more than 300 percent. Some say that increase is because of oil and gas disposal wells. Oil and gas wells create wastewater, which is then […]

  • Oklahoma Muslims receive special praise from White House officials

    OKLAHOMA CITY –  Oklahoma Muslims marked the end of the yearly pilgrimage to mecca with communal prayer and celebration called Eid Ul-Adha on Saturday. Leaders of the Islamic Society of Greater Oklahoma City say it’s been a tough month for Muslims here in Oklahoma after being associated with the beheading at Vaughan foods in Moore. Leaders of the faith here in the state say vicious messages are being left for Oklahoma Muslims, telling them to get out of Oklahoma and threatening […]

  • Arrested At School: One substitute teacher breaks her silence

    ADA, Okla. – An Oklahoma substitute teacher, who admitted to drinking before class last February, is speaking out for the first time since her arrest. Michelle Childress says she had been sick with Swine Flu when she was asked to substitute teach a class at Washington Elementary in Ada. She says when she arrived at school, some of the medication she had taken for her illness had an adverse effect on her and she became dizzy. Childress says she rushed to […]

  • A savior returns just in time for Sunday services

    EDMOND, Okla. –  A statue of Jesus was stolen late Monday night from St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Edmond. Anne Keef with Saint John’s Baptist Catholic Church caught the theft on the church’s security cameras. In the video you can see five men throwing the statue of Jesus into the back of a Jeep. She says there are no words for this crime. It was taken from a meditation garden, where members of the church go to pray and collect their […]