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    Apologetic thief arrested after allegedly targeting elderly victims

    OKLAHOMA CITY - Authorities say an armed thief was arrested after he robbed three people in one day. MSgt. Gary Knight, with the Oklahoma City Police Department, says Jammie Appleton followed a pattern. Knight alleges that Appleton targeted elderly Oklahomans when they were either getting in or out of their vehicles. One victim, who wanted to remain anonymous, said Appleton blocked her car in a parking space at the Oklahoma Heart Hospital, opened her car door and demanded her purse. He stole $20 from her […]

  • Illegal metro gambling ring busted

    OKLAHOMA CITY - An Oklahoma City bar was busted for running an illegal gambling ring. Police confiscated gambling devices from Sydney’s Bar, located in the 1200 block of southwest 59th street in a shopping center. Business owners in that shopping center say the activities of the bar have plagued them for years, and gambling isn`t the only problem. “There has been people on drugs, doing drugs. They`ve seen people having sex in the back.” said restaurant owner Cecilia Cardenas Master Sergeant Gary Knight with Oklahoma City Police says they found two […]

  • Chickasha residents say their drinking water is dangerous to their health

    Chickasha, Okla. — Chickasha residents say they have been drinking tainted water. A letter was distributed by the city on October 18, 2014. Residents say it took  a full year for the city to let them know their drinking water was compromised. The normal level of  in water supplies is not to exceed .08 but for twelve months the city of Chickasha averaged over .1 Trihalomethanes. The letter lists the potential health problems from prolonged Trihalomethane exposure: “people who drink the contaminated water […]

  • Oklahoma food pantry desperately needs help providing turkeys for Thanksgiving

    OKLAHOMA CITY –   Food is in high demand at “The Free Food Pantry” in Oklahoma City. The pantry is beginning their annual Thanksgiving basket preparations for families in need, but they say there may not be enough for more than two hundred families that depend on them for Thanksgiving meals. Sister Mable Stoss who started the pantry more than twenty years ago has put together a list of food items, asking the public to fill it. “We need turkeys, we need stuffing, […]

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    Update: Police release details in chase, officer-involved shooting

    UPDATE: Authorities have released the details of a chase that led to an officer-involved shooting. On Thursday, officers say they were searching for 54-year-old Steven Watters for outstanding felony warrants. He was wanted for armed robbery, failure to appear on second-degree burglary, concealing stolen property, larceny of a vehicle and possession of a firearm after a felony conviction. Based on his criminal history, police say Watters was considered armed and dangerous. Officers say they spotted Watters in a vehicle that was […]

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    Update: Suspect arrested after standoff in OKC metro neighborhood

    BETHANY, Okla.  - A standoff that lasted almost 4 hours between a suspect and police in a Bethany, Okla. neighborhood has ended peacefully. Law enforcement officers were on the scene of a standoff with a suspect who was barricaded inside a home. It happened in the area of NW 39th and Council in Bethany, Okla. Investigators were called out to the scene just before 11 a.m. Thursday. Officials say Kevin Enneking and a friend nearly ran over a Bethany Sanitation crew with their vehicle. When officers […]

  • Oklahoma residents say eminent domain could force them off their lands

    LINCOLN COUNTY, Okla. – Some residents in Lincoln County say a railroad company is trying to take their land away from them. Watco Railroad Company wants to build a track on a 17 mile stretch of land so they can move crude oil between Davenport and Cushing. Residents say if they refuse to sell their land, the company could just come in and take it. Patsy and Roy Vaughan say country living is a dream come true after moving here from […]

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    Oklahoma teen’s remains found in Oregon

    PIEDMONT, Okla.- It’s one of the most wild and remote areas in Oregon, The Steens Mountains span over 170,000 acres. Last spring, a Piedmont teen, Dustin Self, made the harsh terrain of the mountains the destination for his survival mission. Reports state he was testing himself against the conditions of the wild. But something went terribly wrong. An Oregon police report states: “On October 7, 2014 human remains were found on the north end of Steens Mountain in Harney County, Oregon. […]

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    Suspect says Satan made him smash into Oklahoma Ten Commandments monument

      UPDATED 10/24/14 4:35 P.M. - OKLAHOMA CITY – A man has been taken in for mental evaluation after allegedly vandalizing the Ten Commandments monument at the Oklahoma State Capitol. U.S. Secret Service Agents say it all started after a man walked into the Federal Building in downtown Oklahoma City Friday morning making strange threats against the President and Federal Government. Agents say he then admitted to them that he crashed his car into the Ten Commandments monument at the Capitol, […]

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    Student claims officials wrongfully prevented him from taking ACT

    EDMOND, Okla. -  On Saturday, Deer Creek schools offered the ACT at the high school but one test taker says he was kicked out of the building before the test even started. Devin Turner says he was on the phone with his dad, who was bringing him a calculator for the test when the ACT ambassador told him to get off his phone. Turner said he ignored the request since there is no rule about phone use before the test is administered and finished his phone […]

  • 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 […]