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  • Students call for Kirk Humphreys to step down as regent

    OKLAHOMA CITY – OU students, alumni, members and friends of the LGBTQ community spoke at the OU Board of Regents meeting Tuesday in Oklahoma City. Protesters called for Regent Kirk Humphreys’ resignation after his comments concerning homosexuality. Thunder Owner and Regent Chair Clay Bennett conducted the normal Board of Regents business as protesters attended the meeting. Kirk Humphreys was out of the country and not able to attend. The matter of Humphreys’ comments were not on the agenda, so it […]

  • “I couldn’t move,” Oklahoma man calls EMSA, never gets assistance

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Cody Thornton woke up Sunday morning and couldn’t move. Suffering from flu-like symptoms the night before, he said he felt like he was having a seizure. “I woke up at 7-ish and my hands were all locked together, I couldn’t move, all the muscles in my entire body were just locked up,” Thornton said. Living alone, Thornton didn’t know what to do. He had called 911. He talked to the dispatcher and was told help was on […]

  • Officials investigate fatal officer-involved shooting in southeast Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An officer was involved in a deadly shooting Sunday night in southeast Oklahoma City. The shooting was reported around 6:30 p.m. near S.E. 59th Street and Sooner Rd. According to police, the female officer was responding on a call where a man was lying in the grass outside of a neighborhood on S.E. 59th. When the officer approached the suspect, he was uncooperative, so the officer used pepper spray on him. The man then attacked her, striking her […]

  • Woman robbed while on the phone with 911

    MIDWEST CITY, Okla. – Officers say a woman driving home Saturday was hit from behind, followed and then robbed, all while she was on the phone with 911. “The victim informed us that as she was arriving at her apartment complex at a major four-way intersection, someone bumped her. She pulled into the complex and he followed her, at that time she called 911,” said Detective Matt Archer of the Midwest City Police Department. Police say the man approached her […]

  • “Then we grabbed the knife,” Brothers thwart carjacking in metro

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A metro man is behind bars after police say the victims he allegedly tried to carjack took him down. Police say when they arrived to the 3500 block of W. Liberty, they found three brothers fighting to hold down Jordan Michael Bond. According to the police, Bond tried to carjack Juan, Justo, and Antonio Sop and allegedly fired his gun. At some point, the Sops got out of the car and wrestled Bond to the ground.  “We […]

  • Oklahoma City Public Schools vote to keep Continuous Learning Calendar

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma City Board of Education voted 7-1 Monday night to keep the current Continuous Learning Calendar in place for the 2018-2019 school year. The debate was at times heated as Oklahoma City Board of Education members tried to hammer out the school year calendar. “We have to maximize the number of hours our children have to learn, because we are in a crisis,” said Board Member Charlie Henry. “Regardless of what calendar we have, that we […]

  • “You could hear the bullets hitting off the house,” Several rounds fired at Oklahoma City home

    OKLAHOMA CITY – As many as six gunshots were fired at a home on the city’s southwest side on Sunday night. Police called to the scene near S.W. 53rd St. and Independence Ave. a little after 7 p.m. on Sunday night. Once officers arrived, they discovered bullet holes in the window but also through the rear windshield of a car.  At the scene, police found multiple shell casings on the ground. “I was in the living room cleaning and I […]

  • “Hide, Lock, Take,” Norman police advise drivers to keep an eye out during holiday season 

    NORMAN, Okla. –  Holiday shopping can be stressful; from the huge hassle with the traffic, the lines, and crowds at the mall. But, the Norman Police Department has a plan to help you from getting a huge headache when you get back to the parking lot. “Hide, Lock, Take” signs have been posted in high-traffic shopping areas. Police estimate 80% of break-ins are done on unlocked cars, and a majority of car thefts happen when keys are left in the […]

  • Luther police officer continues fight to keep job

    LUTHER, Okla. – New details in the dismissal case against a Luther police officer are being released. Sgt. Michael Oliver met Wednesday night with Chief of Police, David Randall, one-on-one, in a nearly 40-minute closed-door meeting at the Luther Police Station. Oliver was put on administrative leave November 15 for breaking department rules and regulations. “Tonight, me and Sgt. Oliver got together, we went over the rules and regulation that we felt were broken. We talked about it, he invoked his […]

  • Beloved Luther police officer fights for his job

    LUTHER, Okla. –  A Luther police officer is saying the allegations against him are “lies” and he will fight to save his job. Sgt. Michael Oliver has been on the Luther police force for over a decade. On November 15, he was put on administrative leave for 14 days, then his job is to be terminated. Why he was placed on leave has never been made public by the Luther Police Department or by Officer Oliver. A meeting was held at […]

  • “Please, let’s get justice,” Oklahoma family offers reward for slain son’s killer

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The family of a man gunned down in cold blood is offering a reward for information that leads to the arrest of his killer. On October 4, Dontre Morris was shot and killed during an argument with a masked suspect at the corner of N.W. 27th and Roff in northwest Oklahoma City.  So far, police haven’t made any arrests in the case. “It just kills me, burns my heart that this guy would just shoot him in […]