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  • Edmond police going after counselors of teen who made bomb threat

    EDMOND, Okla. —  Edmond Police are now coming after two adults following a teen’s alleged terrifying threat to blow up his high school. The 16-year old’s reported plot against Edmond North High School unfolded back in March, when his friends told school officials they were concerned about him. Police later found fuses and explosives inside his home. Now, police are investigating two of the teen’s counselors. Edmond Police have presented charges against Edmond family counselors Jackie Shaw and Chad McCoy. Police […]

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    Argument leads to ‘very unusual’ murder-suicide in Norman

    NORMAN, Okla. – Police discovered a grisly crime scene in a Norman home on Sunday. Police say a 911 call came in asking for police to come to a home near Classen Blvd. and Hwy 9. Officers were met outside the home by a teenager who said his brother and his brother’s girlfriend had been fighting. Inside, Capt. Tom Easley, with the Norman Police Department, said officers discovered a gruesome scene. “Once the officers entered, they found two people deceased, a male […]

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    “We’re on the same playing field,” Devil worshipers want book given to Oklahoma children in classrooms

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Just one week after a Duncan teacher came under fire for handing out Bibles in the classroom, an Oklahoma City group says they want their book in school too. “It would give children the opportunity to see that devil worship is not what everyone tells them it is,” said Adam Daniels, the leader of an Oklahoma City Satanic group. Daniels says his group wants their devil worshiping workbook in school too. He says the flood gates for religion […]

  • Teens rob pizza delivery man, take the delivery car with them

    OKLAHOMA CITY — A Papa John’s pizza delivery man was robbed Sunday. Authorities say two teens with towels around their heads took the pizza deliverer’s wallet, cell phone, and delivery vehicle at 44th and Madera Dr.. Police say the two teens took off in the vehicle, and were last seen going southbound on Cinderella St. An Oklahoma City Public Information Officer confirmed the men were arrested at a home on 41st and Magnolia thanks to the help of the GPS on the […]

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    Oklahoma pilot who survived fiery crash taking students under his wing

    GUTHRIE, Okla. – News clippings give a glimpse of what happened to Matt Cole and two other instructors in a devastating 2001 plane crash in Florida. It’s not until you hear from Cole himself that you really understand just how far he’s come. “I was in so much pain, I was begging them to just finish it for me,” remembers Cole. Even after two months in a morphine-induced coma, followed by 20 surgeries, the end never came for Matt. Instead, he […]

  • Promise kept: Husband grants wife’s dying wish on two wheels

    OKLAHOMA CITY– A North Carolina man made his way to the state capitol riding a tandem bike. Art Whiting’s journey started when he and his late wife made plans to ride across country. Those plans were cut short when his wife Jessi passed away from brain cancer. Art says they didn’t get enough time together. “She and I were going to do a fifteen thousand mile bike trip leaving from Washington D.C. going to every state capital in the U.S.,” Whiting said. […]

  • “It’s kind of scary,” Agency paying $500,000 to investigate how earthquakes affect bridges

    OKLAHOMA CITY –  A state agency says there are new concerns over earthquakes harming  bridges across the state. Terri Angier, with the Oklahoma Department Of Transportation, says the dramatic increase in earthquakes across the state is raising concerns about the safety of the state’s infrastructure. However, ODOT officials don’t have all of the details on how the earthquakes affect bridges. “Because it’s an unknown, it’s kind of scary,” Angier said. Officials say they are looking for answers, paying more than half a […]

  • 6-year-old killed in head-on collision on Kilpatrick Turnpike

    OKLAHOMA CITY — New details have surfaced about the death of a 6-year-old boy who was killed in a wrong way crash on the Kilpatrick Turnpike. Saxton Wadley, his 9-year-old brother Stephen, and their mother Shavon McNack were traveling on the Kilpatrick Turnpike near the Western exit when they were hit head-on by a man who police say was allegedly under the influence. Oklahoma State Trooper Lieutenant John Vincent says Kelly Corn was allegedly driving the truck that took little Saxton’s life. […]

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    New information: Murder suspect who set fire to Bethany house arrested

    BETHANY, Okla. – A suspect in the murder of a Bethany man is now in custody. Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) announced late Saturday night that they took Selvin Gonzalez from a home on the 1200 block of McKinley in Oklahoma City. They believe Gonzalez is the man who set fire to a home in Bethany on March 23. The body of an elderly man, Jose Luis, was found in the burned home. The Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office says […]

  • Jesus House residents give back to the community in the name of Easter

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Jesus House residents spent Saturday afternoon giving back to the community. They hopped on the Easter bus a day early to spread the message of Easter and to surprise children who may not get a visit from the Easter Bunny tomorrow. Jesus House Executive Director Michael Bateman told a group of kids the reason for their visit. “We just want to let you guys know what the meaning of Easter really is,” Bateman said. The group walked the streets […]

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    “They are sick people,” After four-alarm fire, Native American jewelry store hit by looters

    OKLAHOMA CITY –  A store owner, who lost everything when a fire ripped through the Stockyards in March, claims she’s been hit once again. The store owner, Yolanda White Antelope, says looters have targeted her Native American jewelry store. She says her possessions have been stolen from her not once, but twice. Irreplaceable Native American artwork was burned to ash in a four-alarm fire in March. Now, White Antelope is trying to work things out with a new shop just around the […]