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    Robbery suspect still on the loose after shooting man in stomach

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An early morning shooting in Oklahoma City leaves one man in critical condition and the gunman is still on the loose. The victim claimed he was robbed before being shot in the stomach near N.W. 9th St. and Indiana. The victim first stumbled to a vacant home before going next door and getting help. Several neighbors reported hearing the gunfire early Wednesday. “I heard two rapid gunshots and I said, ‘Somebody got it,” said neighbor Bill Williams. […]

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    DOWNLOAD: Get free weather apps to track possible severe storms

    If you won’t be near your TV, be sure to download our free apps to follow the possible showers and thunderstorms. Download: Go4It WarnMe KFOR’s free Go4It and 4WarnMe apps for iPhone, iPad and Android will provide you with the latest weather, news and sports. Stay up to date on the latest severe weather from the 4Warn Storm Team. You can live stream all of our newscasts and live weather updates from the apps. The powerful live radar in the apps allows […]

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    Oklahoma state rep. wants to bring back electric chair, firing squad, hanging

    OKLAHOMA CITY – One state representative is looking at other options for the death penalty while the state continues to investigate Clayton Lockett’s botched execution back in April. Oklahoma City Republican Mike Christian says he’s planning a legislative study on expanding our state’s execution law to include other forms of execution. The other options include bringing back the electric chair, the firing squad and hanging. Christian is a former Oklahoma Highway Patrolman. He says he believes the firing squad would […]

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    Kitten rescue: Engines should purr, not meow

    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Car enthusiasts love to hear the “purr” of a finely-tuned engine but when they hear meowing under the hood, that’s a problem. After jacking up the car, mechanic Rusty Newton said he found a kitten. He was called in for the rescue after the car’s owner heard the purring. Newton said lifting the car was the hard part, the rescue didn’t take long at all. The story’s ending is a happy one with the kitten taking the […]

  • Heat Wave hits NYC

    You can drown after leaving the pool; what parents should watch for…

    TEMECULA, Cali. – Lindsay Kujawa turned her back for less than 30 seconds but that’s all the time it took for her son Ronin to fall into the churning water. “Mom panic and fear kicked into overdrive,” Kujawa wrote on her blog, Delighted Momma. “I frantically scanned the spa … his little head was bobbing up and down trying desperately to get air. I pulled him out as fast as I possibly could.” The whole ordeal lasted about 20 seconds, […]

  • Chile Elevator accident

    Man injured in elevator ride that turned into Tower of Terror at apartment

    SANTIAGO, Chile – A man is in the hospital after an elevator want out of control while he was inside. It was all caught on camera. The security footage shows 30-year-old Jose Vergara climbing into the elevator in a Santiago apartment. As the doors close, things start to go wrong and it becomes something more like the Tower of Terror than an elevator ride. In the video the doors open again and you can see the floors flying by as […]

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    Mayor to cast first fishing line at new southeast Oklahoma City park today

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The city is getting a new park on the southeast side of town. The new Kitchen Lake Park with be dedicated this afternoon at S.E. 119th St. and Sooner Rd. Anglers have been fishing at Kitchen Lake for nearly half a century now today city leaders will open a new park on its banks. More than $850,000 in improvements means two picnic areas, a new driveway, parking lot and sidewalks, leading to a floating dock. Kitchen Lake […]

  • Miss Indiana USA 2014

    She didn’t win Miss USA pageant but she’s getting all the attention for her ‘normal’ body

    BATON ROUGE, La. – She didn’t win the Miss USA 2014 pageant but she is getting all the attention after the show. Miss Indiana, Mekayla Diehl, is being praised for her showing off her”normal” body in the pageant Sunday night. Miss Nevada, Nina Sanchez, was crowned Miss USA. The 25-year-old Diehl did not make the semifinals but she made a legion of new fans.  

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    Crews work to contain 2-alarm fire near Lake Thunderbird, no injuries reported

     OKLAHOMA CITY – Crews are working to contain a large house fire near S.E. 149th St. and S. Hiwassee Rd. The home between Lake Thunderbird and Lake Stanley Draper caught fire just before 5:30 a.m. Crews said the roof of the 4,000 sq. ft. house was started to collapse as soon as they got inside. Authorities said OG&E has been called to the  2-alarm fire at the home on the 14400 block of Sauna Ln. because power lines are down […]

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    Prepare for a beautiful Wednesday but showers aren’t far away

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Temperatures will drop to the 60s and 70s overnight, which will mean a cool morning on Wednesday. Temps will then jump to the mid 80s before some overnight showers cross into the state late on Wednesday or early Thursday morning. Those storms will then move across Oklahoma on Thursday afternoon, heading toward the southeast. Warming conditions will bring us into the weekend with 90s on the way. Stay tuned for the latest.

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    Investigation: Blue Angels descend into porn, homophobia and harassment scandal

    One of the nation’s most prestigious teams of flying aerobats dive-bombed into the depths of sexual harassment and stayed there for at least a year, a new Navy study said. Members of the Blue Angels openly passed around pornography and flew with it in the cockpits during air shows and they cursed gays and spread dirty talk about women, under the command of Captain Gregory McWherter. A Navy investigation into the accusations showed the members’ self-serving actions turned the squadron […]