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  • “She is a very feisty soul,” Oklahoma 11-year-old hoping to make Olympic dreams a reality

    EDMOND, Okla. – On the ice, Annika Sinning makes everything look easy. The 11-year-old from Oklahoma City could be on course for figure skating greatness. “She is a technician. She is a very feisty soul in that little body, a fierce competitor loves it when she is on display. Overall, great potential in that athlete,” said Jackie Brenner, who coaches Annika. Annika was born in Vietnam, but was adopted by her Oklahoma parents when she was 5 months old. Her love […]

  • State budget cuts hit community health centers

    SPENCER, Okla. – State budget cuts and shortfalls are effecting patients at the Mary Mahoney clinic in Spencer. The Community Healthcare Center estimates 58 percent of its patients don’t have insurance. When funding is cut, services and jobs are lost. Layoffs and cutbacks in hours at some of their dental clinics are happening now. Also, the clinic will implement an increase in the visit fee for patients, who might not have money to spare. Community Health Centers, Inc. CEO Isabella […]

  • Rain, sleet, snow or shine – the pizza business must go on

    OKLAHOMA CITY – When the weather outside is frightful, the pizza delivery business is delightful. There are some jobs that must go on no matter what. Luigi’s Pizzeria delivers in any weather and sees an increase on nights when the road conditions aren’t the best. Tim has been delivering pies for 12 years. “Helps to have a 4-wheel drive,” he said, adding that he doesn’t mind driving “as long as it’s not a sheet of ice.” “More often than not, […]

  • “If I can go to the Olympics, it would be my dream come true,” Metro ice skaters going for the gold

    OKLAHOMA CITY – As we watch America’s finest compete for the gold in figure skating, we see skaters from Boston, Salt Lake City, and more, but no one from Oklahoma. That could soon change, though, thanks to the Epic Charter School. “When I’m on the ice, I feel like I can fly. It’s my happy place. I love the ice,” said one skater. These young ladies obviously adore the ice. They are training in Edmond to be world-class figure skaters. […]

  • Norman police educate from experience on active shooter situations

    NORMAN, Okla. – Law enforcement officials in Norman spent Monday afternoon teaching techniques on how to stay safe in an active shooter situation to area residents. Teachers, employers, church officials and concerned citizens watched videos and listened to experts talk about the dos and don’ts of operating in a high stress situation. “I learned that, if you don’t plan in advance, then, it’s going to be hard for your body to remember exactly what to do in a crisis situation,” […]

  • Home invaders shoot resident in northwest Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A home invasion has ended in gunshots, and a resident has ended up in a hospital. It happened around 6 a.m. Sunday morning around Wilshire and N.W. Expressway. Authorities said three men wearing masks busted down the door to the unit. A woman awoke, and the invaders demanded money from her and had a gun. A man came out of another bedroom, and that’s when police said the invaders shot him in the shoulder. Sherry Mitchell lives […]

  • Kingfisher farmers concerned about over-pumping of well water

    KINGFISHER, Okla. – On the high plains of northwest Oklahoma, oil is big business. But, fracking operations need water to work, and some rural Kingfisher residents say some land owners are pumping more than their fair share of well water to sell to oil companies. “Well, I’m very concerned that all the water will be gone, and we won’t have any to give to the cows,” said rancher Michael Kordis.  “I’m very concerned it will deplete the water table and […]

  • David Holt wins primary election for Oklahoma City Mayor

    OKLAHOMA CITY – In a true landslide, with almost 80% of the vote, David Holt will become the first new mayor in Oklahoma City in 14 years. David Holt won a majority of the votes and will be sworn into a four-year term as Mayor on April 10. He had 79% of the votes. He went up against Taylor M. Neighbors and Randall Smith. “In a way, it’s been in the works for years, but it’s been one long campaign […]

  • School board votes down Native American charter school

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City Public Schools board members have voted 7-1 to shelve the creation of a Native American charter school on Monday night. Board members said they are not opposed to the premise of having an indigenous-focused school but thy are concerned the financials are not right at this time. “We’ve got a great set of charters schools in this district,” said board member Mark Mann. “We’ve had a lot of success with them, and we want to […]

  • Yukon store owner uses video, social media to stop alleged shoplifter

    YUKON, Okla. – An owner of a local optical shop used surveillance video and social media to get back a pair of frames. Torry Elston posted video of a woman in his Pearle Vision franchise store putting the pair of frames on her head and then walking out of the store. The next day, when the store opened, the same woman went by the store, opened the front door and put the frames on the floor, saying she was “sorry” […]

  • Is this Oklahoma teacher’s dance inappropriate?

    PONCA CITY, Okla. –  A substitute teacher’s dance with students at Ponce City High School was caught on video, and is causing some to ask if it was appropriate or not. News 4 learned from students that the man in the video was a substitute teacher, and the video was shot on Tuesday. “I don’t think a teacher should be dancing like that in front of students,” said Selena, a Ponca City High student. Reaction to the video by parents and students […]