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    Update: Woman arrested after boyfriend found dead along OKC street

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities say one woman was arrested following a deadly stabbing over the weekend. Authorities say a man was found with multiple stab wounds at northwest 10th and Klein. Witnesses say the victim was stabbed and beaten a block away inside his home. Emergency crews rushed the man to the hospital where he was later pronounced dead. Police say his girlfriend, 39-year-old Jamie Whiteeagle was arrested for the crime, but police are still searching for a second suspect. If you […]

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    New information: Infant found wandering OKC streets in only a diaper

    UPDATED 5:24 p.m. July 6, 2014 The parents have been identified as the Mackillican’s. The mother, Tiffany, says that their child got out while they were all taking a nap. Tiffany said her daughter, Sunday Grace, was able to get out because they do not have a lock on their door. Both Tiffany and her husband work at the Waffle House where Sunday Grace was found. DHS has informed the parents that they will be getting their child back today, […]

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    High humidity poses a threat to Oklahomans

    The heat is a concern for many Oklahomans as we move into the heart of summer. The humidity today made the temperature feel like it was 102-108 degrees. John Graham with EMSA says “Humidity can be what really hurts. It can be well below 100 with high humidity, it takes the moisture right out of you.” It’s that moisture that could be the difference between life and death. The Chase family, who are working on becoming more active this summer, say they […]

  • Headliners draw more than thirty-thousand fans downtown.

    OKLAHOMA CITY -  If you were downtown this weekend, you may have wondered what all the commotion was about. This year marked the first annual OKC Fest, where thousands came out to hear some of their favorite bands. The festival had over thirty thousand fans attend over the weekend – coming to see headliners like Dierks Bentley and Lady Antebellum. Members of the community say the growth of concert events in Oklahoma City is limitless after seeing the outpouring of support […]

  • One transported to local hospital following 18 wheeler accident in S.W. OKC

    OKLAHOMA CITY – On Saturday afternoon emergency crews responded to an injury accident in S.W. OKC. According to Sgt. Laporte with Oklahoma City Police an 18 wheeler’s trailer collided into a bridge at Meridian and Airport Rd just after 10 a.m. Authorities say four different vehicles were involved. One person has been transported to a nearby hospital with minor injuries, according to Oklahoma City fire officials. The 18 wheeler was traveling for approximately 25 miles with the hydraulics off. Oklahoma Department […]

  • Guthrie continues to benefit from Mumford concert

    GUTHRIE, Okla. – The city of Guthrie is still benefiting from the sold out Mumford and Sons concert last year. The event quadrupled the population of Guthrie in it’s two day span. Guthrie resident Lillie Cupp says “It was a blast.” But with the good times behind them, the city found a way to continue looking ahead using the old adage, “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure.” Last year the Mumford and Sons concert in Guthrie left literally, tons […]

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    One year later: Officials continue to search for missing Oklahoma student

    OKLAHOMA CITY – One year ago, August Reiger disappeared from a hiking trail in Baños, Ecuador. Family members say they are still holding onto hope they can bring him home. His Aunt Cristi Reiger said, “you can’t give up hope, that’s the only thing they have.” August graduated from the Classen School of Advanced Studies as valedictorian in 2013 and was preparing for his freshman year at the University of Oklahoma on a full ride scholarship. Cristi says their hope lies […]

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    A Father’s Day to remember: B-17 bomber offers rides to the public

    OKLAHOMA CITY -Scott Maher, the Director of Operations for the Liberty Foundation, says his goal is to keep the B-17′s memory alive. “We’re losing about fifteen-hundred world war two vets a day and with each death goes another story of courage and valor and this airplane. I hope probably represents their stories,” said Maher. It’s known for its incredible defensive power. The B-17 Bomber,  also known as the “Flying Fortress”, played a major role in the U.S. victory of World […]

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    A heinous crime lands one repeat offender back behind bars

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An accused killed and rapist is behind bars. This stems from a violent domestic dispute in the Village. Two women were raped, one was murdered, according to police. Friday morning the village received a terrifying wake up call as police sirens blared down Lakeside Drive around 7 A.M. Parker Durrett a Village resident says “It shakes you a little bit” Police say when officers arrived they found two victims inside the residence two female victims. One of them […]

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    Lexington-Purcell bridge re-opens today

    A long traffic nightmare between two Oklahoma communities will end today as the James C Nance Bridge connecting Lexington and Purcell will re-open this afternoon. The bridge has been closed since January when cracks were discovered in support beams. When the bridge shut down it blocked an easy route between the two cities and caused a five minute commute to become over 45 minutes long. There will be an opening ceremony this afternoon. Right now there will be a 15 […]

  • Update: Police identify naked body found near popular burger joint

    UPDATE: Homicide investigators have identified the victim as  58-year-old Lloyd Strain. Authorities say his body showed obvious signs of trauma. However, no arrests have been made and no suspect information has been released. If you have any information on the murder, call the Homicide Tip Line at (405) 297-1200. OKLAHOMA CITY – Officials are investigating a ‘suspicious death’ after a naked body was found near Nic’s Grill off N. Pennsylvania Avenue near N.W. 12th street. NewsChannel 4 received a phone call […]