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    Officials: Tragic plane crash kills one, sends one to the hospital in critical condition

    CARTER COUNTY, Okla. – One man is dead and another was airlifted in critical condition following a plane crash late Saturday, according to officials. Authorities say it happened near the town of Ardmore in Carter County. We’re told the 1967 Piper Cherokee plane was being flown by a 63-year-old man when it went down. Sadly, the pilot died in the crash. Troopers say there was one passenger on board. Officials have not stated the cause of the crash.

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    Download: Stay ahead of the storms with Go4It & 4WarnMe free apps

    OKLAHOMA – Storms are starting to pop up in parts of the state. Be sure to stay ahead of the weather with our Go4It and 4WarnMe apps. NewsChannel 4’s weather apps are free of charge! 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 […]

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    Officials: Lanes back open following accident on major roadway

    Updated: Officials tell us that all lanes are back open following an accident Saturday afternoon. OKLAHOMA – Drivers heading to their weekend activities may need to take a detour on a major roadway. The Oklahoma Department of Transportation says an accident has forced troopers to close off lanes on Will Rogers Turnpike. Troopers say the accident is located on Will Rogers Turnpike near mile marker 312. The accident has blocked off all eastbound lanes. No word on what caused the accident. Drivers […]

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    Radar: Follow rain, storms across the state on live interactive radar

    RADAR: Follow the storms on live radar Download our Go4It app (iPhone, iPad, Android) or 4WarnMe app for live mobile radar 24 hours a day.

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    Traveling downtown? You could run into a few detours

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Downtown traffic advisers have issued a traffic advisory for metro drivers. Officials say drivers could face a few detours when traveling downtown. Here’s a list of streets that will be closed off or reduced to one lane: Eastbound traffic on Sheridan Ave between Francis Ave and Shartel Ave will be reduced to one lane on August 18 for private utility work. Walker Ave between NW 9 and NW 10 will close to all thru traffic on August […]

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    CNN: Missouri governor imposes curfew in Ferguson, declares emergency

    Ferguson, Missouri (CNN) – Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon on Saturday declared a state of emergency and implemented a midnight to 5 a.m. curfew in Ferguson, where the police shooting of an unarmed black teenager sparked a week of protests and sporadic looting. “I’m committed to making sure the forces of peace and justice prevail,” Nixon said at a community meeting. “If we’re going to achieve justice we first must have and maintain peace.” But the meeting at a local church at […]

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    Twitter cracking down on Internet bullies after Robin Williams’ daughter received horrifying messages

    Twitter is taking action against internet bullies after Robin Williams’ daughter quit Twitter this week. Williams’ daughter left the social network after she was harassed following her father’s death. Zelda Williams received taunting messages from anonymous users who sent her grisly, photo-shopped images of her father. In response, Twitter issued the following statement: “We will not tolerate abuse of this nature on Twitter. We have suspended a number of accounts related to this issue. We are in process of evaluating […]

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    Blood donors claim their prize at Bob Moore Blood Drive

    OKLAHOMA CITY –  It was an exciting afternoon along the Riversport Adventure area by the Oklahoma River. Five finalists from the Bob Moore Blood Drive were on hand for their chance to win a new Ford Fiesta. The Oklahoma Blood Institute (OBI) has partnered with the Bob Moore Automotive Group since 2000. During that time, the community minded automotive group has donated a car each year to help the OBI with this exciting event. The winner of the Ford Fiesta […]

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    Yikes: Terrifying video captures crocodile stalking swimmer as onlookers watch in terror

    MEXICO – A swimmer in Mexico barely escaped a crocodile’s jaws. A large crocodile was captured on camera stalking a petrified swimmer. The video shows the crocodile chasing the swimmer as onlookers watched in terror. The man frantically swam towards the shore to avoid being the reptile’s lunch.

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    State Rep. praises permanent restoration of program for Firefighters

    OKLAHOMA CITY – State Rep. Mike Sanders announcement from the Department of Defense’s Defense Logistics Agency to fully and permanently restore the surplus equipment programs that benefit Oklahoma counties, school districts and rural fire departments. “This is great news for our rural firefighters who do so much to protect our communities from wildfires and severe weather,” said Sanders, R-Kingfisher. “I knew that when the idea of ending the programs was thrown out, it would be disastrous for our volunteer fire […]

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    Uplifting: Tear-jerking video shows soldiers reunite with dogs, cats they had to leave behind

    CNN – KABUL, Afghanistan – Staff Sgt. Edwin Caba served in Afghanistan for nearly three years. Like his fellow soldiers, he longed for a sense of normalcy during his tours. “We’d spend hours not sleeping, and rushing to eat meals, and staying on guard,” said Caba, 26. When a litter of puppies was born on the base where Caba served, the animals provided just the relief he needed. “You walk in, and the dogs are wagging their tails, jumping on […]