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  • Durant, Novak reading to students at Parkview Elementary

    Still recovering from injury, Kevin Durant makes surprise visit to elementary school

    OKLAHOMA CITY —  An injury-plagued Kevin Durant is back on his feet,  but he’s not playing basketball yet. Durant and his new teammate, Steve Novak, surprised a group of second graders with a celebrity-style reading circle at Parkview Elementary Thursday. School educators say inspiration starts at home with parents, but they also say the assist from Thunder players definitely helps. Kevin Durant stood in front of the second grade class and recited the Read To Achieve pledge, “Reading is fun and books are cool […]

  • Beer in store

    Update: Cold high point beer could be coming to a liquor store near you

    UPDATE: Senate Bill 383 overwhelmingly passed the Oklahoma State Senate on Wednesday. The bill will now head to the Oklahoma House of Representatives for consideration. OKLAHOMA — If one Oklahoma lawmaker gets her way, liquor stores could be selling cold beer later this year. Senator Stephanie Bice’s Senate Bill 383, that gives liquor stores the option of refrigerating high percentage beer, passed Senate Committee Thursday. Dale Blackburn owns Grand Cru and says, with over 1,600 different varieties of beer, business […]

  • OU fraternities, sororities told not to wear Greek letters on campus

    NORMAN, Okla. – The Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity at the University of Oklahoma was kicked off campus for their racially fueled video, but students in the Greek community not associated with SAE say that isn’t stopping people from making threats towards them, even assaulting them, identifying  them by the Greek letters on their clothing. One student, who did not want his identity revealed, says people are terrified. The student, who we will call Bob, says he is the only African-American in an all […]

  • Priceless native american history lost in blazing fire

    OKLAHOMA CITY– A devastating Four Alarm fire at the Oklahoma City Stockyards took nearly everything from Yolanda White Antelope. The windows to her shop are now boarded up and all of the priceless Native American items inside turned to ash. “It’s a loss, a total loss,” Antelope said. She says years of Native American heritage was lost, along with her store, Oklahoma Native Art,  in the wild blaze that lasted over three hours on Thursday morning. “It broke my heart you know? I cried all day yesterday and […]

  • Tornado shelter take shelter Oklahoma

    Memories of May 3 tornado spark change in one Oklahoma community

    BRIDGE CREEK, Okla.- The devastation of the May 3, 1999 tornado changed the way the Bridge Creek community operated. It changed the way families in the area built their homes, and it heightened their awareness of the weather. Resident Gary Lavelle says the town is almost unrecognizable. “It pretty much changed the landscape of everything out here,” Lavelle said. For parents, the destruction made them painfully aware of the lack of structures that are available to shelter their children during severe […]

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    Mailbox alarm saves elderly couple from thieves

    EDMOND, Okla. – A mailbox alarm appears to have saved an elderly couple from thieves. When the DePaties installed a mailbox alarm to let them know when the mailman came, they didn’t know it would help them shut down a thief making off with their bank account information. Saturday morning, Phyllis DePatie says she got up to look out of the window after her mailbox alarm went off. She expected to see the mailman, but instead, she saw a grey truck […]

  • ODOT talks about helping you escape Mother Nature’s icy clutches

    OKLAHOMA CITY -The snow storm has passed and the snow is melting, but that doesn’t mean roads will be completely cleared. The Oklahoma Department of Transportation says if we have an overnight freeze, they’ll be out early helping you get to where you need to go. Snow plow driver Max Smith with ODOT summed up Oklahoma’s weather this week saying, “Mother Nature is that way as soon as you think she’s done, she’ll change things up on you.” Something unsuspecting drivers learned Saturday as crashes, rollovers […]

  • Reckless driver avoids police after hitting parked car, tearing through fence

    PURCELL, Okla. –  Police say a woman put lives in danger when she allegedly blew through a Purcell General Electric parking lot earlier this month. While on her wild ride, authorities say she also grazed a company car with an employee inside it. Sgt. Scott Stephens, with the Purcell Police Department, says he doesn’t know why she was speeding. However, when the officer turned on his lights and sirens, things really shifted gears. “It took off even faster, ran another stop sign,” Stephens […]

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    UPDATE: Bill that would “gut” the Open Records Act will not be heard

    UPDATE:  House Bill 1361 will not be heard on the floor of the Oklahoma House of Representatives. “The bill in its current form is not my bill that I originally authored. Rep. Mike Christian amended my bill in committee and completely warped the original intent of the legislation,” said Rep. Claudia Griffith. “In no way will I let it be heard on the House floor this way.” Griffith says the bill was originally written to protect the privacy of victims […]

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    ODOT says pre-treating highways would waste your tax dollars

    OKLAHOMA – As winter weather moves into the state, the Oklahoma Department of Transportation says they’re trying to keep the roads safe. “We already have crews monitoring conditions in the area,” ODOT spokesperson Mills Gotcher said. Many drivers have been wondering about how officials prepare for these types of weather events. “We generally don’t pre-treat,” Gotcher said. Gotcher says pre-treating the highways is a guessing game that could waste your tax dollars. “It really just depends on what’s happening and what […]

  • Crooked Oak students learn life skills at the gun range

    OKLAHOMA CITY– Crooked Oak students have been learning life skills at the gun range. They put those skills to the test against dozens of students from across the state in the first ever Sooner State Games Junior ROTC rifle competition Sunday. Retired Air Force Colonel and Crooked Oak marksmanship coach Tom Huizenga said his junior ROTC team has their eye on a target. “Our marksmanship program really teaches personal responsibility, and a good dose of safety,” Huizenga said. The high-powered air rifles donated by the NRA,  shoot pellets […]