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  • Norman school bus driver out of job after altercation with student; Police investigating

    NORMAN, Okla. – Police say they are investigating an incident between a Norman Public Schools bus driver and a middle school student earlier this week that ultimately led to the bus driver’s firing. Regenea Berry says she brought the incident to the attention of district officials after learning of the altercation from her son earlier this week. “He usually never tells me anything,” said Berry Thursday evening to NewsChannel 4. “But I knew something was wrong.” “We appreciate the parent for […]

  • Edmond man elated after Logan Co. volunteer firefighters find lost money, turn it in

    GUTHRIE, Okla. — A man who unintentionally left his wallet at a Guthrie gas station Tuesday says the acts of a couple Logan County volunteer firefighters should be a lesson to everyone to pay it forward. Robert Neria, 59, says he frequently fills up at pump seven at the Murphy USA gas station, located at 1616 S. Division St. in Guthrie; the number seven is his favorite number, too. But it seemed luck wasn’t much on his side when he went to […]

  • Enid woman gets some of scammed money back; Feds say case connected to international crime ring

    ENID, Okla. – An Enid woman scammed out of nearly $20,000 has received some of her money back after police in California arrested a man federal authorities say is tied to an international crime ring. Loretta Ball received a call on April 5 that put her in a panic. Her grandson Landon, a lawyer who lives in Florida, was in jail and needed her help. “He supposedly had such a bad cold and his voice was all messed up and he […]

  • Kingfisher County farmer and rancher Steve Pope checks his land for crude oil after pipeline leak

    Pipeline leaks 18,000 gallons of crude oil onto Kingfisher Co. farmland

    LOYAL, Okla. – State and federal agencies are investigating what caused a crude oil pipeline to leak thousands of gallons of oil onto surrounding farmland in Kingfisher County last week. The Oklahoma Corporation Commission (OCC) notified the federal government about the spill Friday afternoon, according to data from the National Response Center. Follow up reporting to the NRC Sunday listed ‘internal corrosion’ as the likely cause of the discharge of approximately 450 barrels (nearly 19,000 gallons) of crude oil from the Buffalo Cashion […]

  • Man shot, killed by Logan Co. Sheriff’s deputies ID’d

    LOGAN COUNTY, Okla. – Authorities have released the name of the man who was shot and killed Logan County deputies early Thursday evening. Around 4:40 p.m. Thursday, deputies with the Logan County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call about a man with a gun near Simmons Rd. and Douglas Blvd. in reference to an “irate man walking in the roadway carrying a shotgun.” When deputies arrived on scene, the man was found hiding behind some trees on the west side of Douglas Blvd. […]

  • DA to seek death penalty for suspect in Logan County deputy slaying

    GUTHRIE, Okla. – Prosecutors say they will seek the death penalty for the man charged in the shooting death of a Logan County sheriff’s deputy earlier this week. Nathan LeForce, 45, wearing an orange prison jumpsuit and in shackles, appeared before Judge Louis Duel in Logan County Court Thursday afternoon. LeForce is now charged with first degree murder, larceny of a motor vehicle and first degree armed robbery in connection to the shooting death of Logan County Sheriff’s Deputy David Wade. Inside the packed […]

  • Bill that could make opiate overdose reversal drug more readily available passes Senate

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Often times, the true first responders to drug overdoses aren’t police officers, firefighters or paramedics. Instead, they’re family members, friends or even other addicts. Naloxone – also known as Narcan – is already available at some pharmacies in the state without a prescription; others require it. In some pharmacies or clinics, the drug is available for free. It is harmless, non-habit forming and only reverses an opioid overdose. A state senator said a House bill, HB 2039, […]

  • Family, acquaintances recount suspect in Logan Co. deputy slaying’s troubles with drugs, the law

    PERRY, Okla. – A man arrested for shooting and killing a Logan County sheriff’s deputy has had long-struggled with depression and drug addiction, according to family and others who know him from his hometown. Nathan LeForce, 45, is in the Payne County jail on a first-degree murder charge in the shooting death of Logan County sheriff’s deputy David Wade. Wade, 40, was serving an eviction notice at a house on Mulhall Rd. and I-35 when LeForce reportedly shot him in the […]

  • Police: Accused of stealing gun, 2 held in Oklahoma City cellar for possibly days

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Police said a man and woman found in a cellar on the city’s southeast side Sunday could have been held captive for as many as three days. Four people have since been arrested in connection with the bizarre case, which started out as an anonymous tip that a shootout was going to happen late Sunday morning at a home in the 600 block of S.E. 22nd St. “When officers arrived, they found several vehicles, people in all […]

  • Police: ‘Serial robbers’ behind recent auto part store armed robberies in the city, metro

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Police say two men are behind a string of at least three armed robberies of auto parts stores in the city and metro area over the last month. Police say two black men robbed the AutoZone at 1328 NW 23rd St. in Oklahoma City at gunpoint shortly before 10:00 p.m. on April 11. Surveillance video captures the harrowing moments as one of the men — wearing a blue or black hooded sweatshirt and black pants, and armed […]

  • Newborn baby found dead in dumpster in Enid

    Enid police talking to ‘persons of interest’ after newborn found dead in dumpster

    ENID, Okla. – Enid police say they are talking to “persons of interest” after a newborn baby boy was found dead inside a dumpster early Sunday morning. Police were called shortly before 2:30 a.m. on April 9 to a home in the 1600 block of S. 2nd St. for reports of a decomposing odor. “When our officers responded, they could smell the odor also, and they then discovered a newborn infant inside of that (dumpster),” said Capt. Jack Morris with […]