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  • Metro doctor accused of running ‘pill mill’ from his office

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A local doctor is accused of running a “pill mill” operation from his office. Monday, a number of agents stormed into Aria Orthopedics. They believe the clinic’s owner, Doctor Harvey Jenkins, has been illegally distributing prescription pain pills. The Attorney General’s Office has been investigating Jenkins since 2012. Neighbors say they watched patients line up outside of Dr. Harvey Jenkins office every day, waiting for their medication. Today, those patients were turned away as investigators collected evidence […]

  • Race fans keeping State Fair Speedway memories alive

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Race fans are bringing the State Fair Speedway back to life. Sunday, State Fair Speedway fans had the OKC Racer Reunion at Pole Position Raceway on N.W. 36th and May. This is their sixth annual reunion. Last year, more than 250 people attended. The reunion showcased vintage race cars and motorcycles outside. Inside there was racing memorabilia, photo albums, model cars, videos and go-kart racing. For decades, the State Fair Speedway was a hot spot, but recently it was torn down. “You […]

  • Police find stolen RV in Ardmore, alleged thieves behind bars

    Updated 1/23/15 at 7:49 p.m. Kenneth Wright was bailed out of the Carter County jail on a $15,000 bond around 1:30 p.m. Friday. ARDMORE, Okla.– Ardmore police say it’s one of the strangest busts they’ve made. Two men found in possession of a stolen $80,000 RV, a trailer, and police say they are suspected of involvement of the theft of the custom semi-truck the trailer was once attached to. The RV was hot-wired and driven out of Floyd’s RV in Goldsby, Oklahoma. […]

  • Alleged RV thieves behind bars

    ARDMORE, Okla.– Ardmore police say it’s one of the strangest busts they’ve made. Two men found in possession of a stolen $80,000 RV, a trailer, and police say they are suspected of involvement of the theft of the custom semi-truck the trailer was once attached to. The RV was hot-wired and driven out of Floyd’s RV in Goldsby, Oklahoma. Police say Kenneth Wright and Jamontra Willis were found in possession of the RV after joy riding around Ardmore. Today, the pair is […]

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    “We shouldn’t have done it in the first place,” Oklahoma senator hoping to do away with Oklahoma Lottery

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It’s a state run business that brings in $200 million a year, including $60 million for education in the Sooner State. However, one Oklahoma lawmaker says it’s time to get rid of the lottery in Oklahoma. Oklahoma Sen. AJ Griffin says funding coming from the lottery is simply “smoke and mirrors.” She says the lottery didn’t fulfill its promise to education, and a more direct route to funding is needed. “We shouldn’t have done it in the first place,” Griffin said. “The […]

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    Local woman says Target employees refused to call police after hit-and-run in their parking lot

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A local woman claims Target employees refused to call police after a hit-and-run in their parking lot. 67-year-old Betty Wilhite says she was walking through the parking lot of the Super Target near Memorial Road and Pennsylvania Avenue, when a driver backed into her and drove away. “They could have left me for dead,” Wilhite said. As if the bumps and bruises weren’t enough, Wilhite says a Target employee, who helped her up, refused to call the […]

  • Oklahoma pastor believes proposal to outlaw hoodies could take racial profiling to whole new level

    OKLAHOMA CITY –  An Oklahoma lawmaker has proposed a law that could make it illegal to wear a hood in public. Sunday, a number of members and church pastors at The Christ Experience celebrated their freedom by putting their hoods up during services. The original bill states that it’s illegal for anyone to wear a mask, hood or covering while committing a crime. Now, a proposal for an amendment to that law, could make it illegal to hide your identity in public. […]

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    Donation drive for Idabel animals

    NORMAN, Okla. — After the exposure of animal abuse at the Idabel Animal Shelter, Animal Rescue and Kare in Idabel and Citizens Against Animal Cruelty are coming together to hold a donation drive to help the mistreated animals. Donations will be accepted  at Atwoods in Norman from noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 17. There will also be a petition for people to sign in regards to the removal of Animal Control Officer Cecil Richards. Items that are needed: […]

  • Busted: Oklahoma Animal Welfare confiscates hundreds of birds in cock fighting bust

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City police and animal welfare officers discovered a massive cock-fighting ring in the heart of northwest Oklahoma City. On Wednesday, authorities found hundreds of roosters and hens on a property near N. MacArthur Blvd. and N.W. 16th St. Dozens of syringes and steroids, which are typically used in cock-fighting, were found on the property as well. Trace Lyons with Animal Welfare says they had to put down over 200 roosters because of their agitated state. “We […]

  • ‘It looked like a skeleton with skin over it,’ Couple arrested for animal cruelty

    HARRAH, Okla.- Horrific charges of animal cruelty have been filed against a Harrah couple. Officers say there were a total of nine severely malnourished dogs, including five puppies and their mother, found inside the Harrah home. Mike Halvorson lives next door and says there were never any signs of animal cruelty. “It’s a good family. I didn’t see anything major wrong,” Halvorson said. Sgt. James Waller, with the Harrah Police Department, disagrees. “It angers me. To me, it’s just as […]

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    Oklahoma students’ discovery leads to an investigation

    EDMOND, Okla – It is an ongoing investigation for a group of students at a local elementary school. A group of fourth graders at St. Mary’s recently found a wedding dress near a pond close to their school. Now, they are trying to find out who it belongs to. Head investigators Marley Hall and her partner Sam Mooney are working to crack the case. “Some people thought that it might have been a crime scene,” 4th grade student Marley Hall […]