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  • Elite car show gets wheels in motion for Oklahoma outreach program

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahomans are coming together every 1st Saturday of the month with old and new cars. Today marks the third annual Coffee and Cars event in Oklahoma City. What many don’t know is the event is scheduled in order to raise money for Heartline. Heartline is a lifeline telephone ministry to offer compassionate listening to prevent suicides. NewsChannel 4’s Andrew Donley was there to see it all. Crowds gathered to see the roaring engines of high dollar cars […]

  • Oklahoma missionary accused of raping African orphans goes to court

    EDMOND, Okla. (KFOR) –  An Oklahoma teenager accused of raping orphaned children went before a judge on Friday. Last month, 19-year-old Matthew Durham was arrested after authorities in Kenya claimed he molested and raped orphans during a mission trip. According to court records, officials claim Durham raped boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 9-years-old during a mission trip to a Kenyan orphanage. On Friday, Durham went before a federal judge in Oklahoma City to decide whether there was […]

  • OU student says University records are shrouded in secrecy

    NORMAN, Okla. – Parking tickets are pretty common on many college campuses.  However, one Oklahoma student says he thinks certain people are getting special treatment when it comes to paying fines. An ongoing battle between the University of Oklahoma and one of its Journalism Students has made its way to Federal Court. Joey Stipek says he’s battled OU for years, over whether or not parking tickets on campus are public record. Stipek claims the records are being hidden to keep […]

  • Oklahoma family facing serious allegations from P.E.T.A. for pigeon racing

    It’s something many have never even heard of: pigeon racing. Here in Oklahoma, it’s a big business for the Mardis family. Steve Mardis said he grew up raising pigeons and it has become a part of who he is. “I will always have pigeons in my backyard until the day, I die,” said Steve. Steve says they raise race pigeons and sell them internationally for a living. Recently P.E.T.A. offered evidence to the state alleging Richard Mardis and his family profited […]

  • Officials investigating homicide after man’s body found in Oklahoma City apartment complex

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Officials are investigating a homicide after a body was found at an Oklahoma City apartment complex. Authorities said a man’s body was found inside his apartment with a wound on his neck. Police were called to the 900 block of N. Rockwell in Oklahoma City. Officials say they received a call after a witness spotted the body when passing through the breezeway of the apartment. Police have not released the man’s identity or any other details at this time. […]

  • Update: Residents on edge after waking up to a patrol car engulfed in flames

    UPDATED 2:45 p.m. 7/27/2014 According to Capt. Jack Morris with Enid Police, A juvenile gave a full confession to the arson of the patrol car. The juvenile was arrested and court ordered into a detention center. ENID, Okla. – Residents say they woke up to flashing lights and flames, but couldn’t tell what was on fire. Black soot and ash are all that’s left in the spot where the patrol car was once parked. Residents say it’s a haunting reminder that things […]

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    Out-of-state organization crosses the border to fight for children’s rights

    LAWTON, Okla. – For several years unattended and undocumented children from Central America have been crossing the U.S. border. Many of those kids are now being housed here in Oklahoma. Those children have been in the Sooner State since June. Yet, their living conditions remain shrouded in secrecy. With so few pictures or even access inside, many are concerned that authorities may be hiding something. Today, an organization from Kansas crossed the border into the state in the search of answers. Sunflower Community Action […]

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    Left for dead: Officials find seven pets abandoned, trapped in crates

    YUKON, Okla. – Wet, cold and covered in fleas; that’s how workers say a group of animals were discovered in Canadian County last week. Authorities say seven animals were locked in cages and left to die in Yukon. Richard Barnett says it happens all the time in this area. Animals are abandoned and left to roam the rural country roads in Yukon. “They should do something else with them other than just drop them off in the middle of nowhere […]

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    Surveillance camera captures liquor store heist; Store owners give the alleged booze bandit a second chance

    DEL CITY, Okla. –  Police are asking for your help in a high dollar liquor heist, but the alleged thief may get a second chance to make it right. That’s because the owner of the liquor store in Del City, Okla. says the crook should have known she was being recorded on store surveillance. However, that didn’t stop the woman from allegedly shoving a bottle of Grey Goose into her purse. Now, caught red-handed by surveillance cameras, the suspect’s face […]

  • Local liquor store repeatedly hit by thieves gives them a second chance

    DEL CITY, Okla. –  A Del City store owner caught a woman picking up booze and then walking out of the store. What the woman may not know, it was all caught on camera. The heist took place at “It’s Five O’clock Somewhere Wine and Spirits”. The owners husband, Bryan Kerr, says the thief should have known she was being recorded. “We’re living in a society where cameras are everywhere.” said Kerr As soon as you walk in to the store, you […]

  • Muscular Dystrophy Association gets muddy to raise awareness

    MUSTANG, Okla. –  On Saturday Muscular Dystrophy Association took its fundraising campaign to the volleyball courts. The fund raising campaign brought in hundreds of people from across the state to compete in a mud volleyball tournament. The money raised at the annual event goes towards helping Oklahoma families who’s loved ones are suffering from muscular dystrophy. On top of the donations, an important part of the event is to raise awareness about the disease. The muscular dystrophy association supports over 2,000 families […]