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  • Oklahoma DOC fugitive agents with the Office of the Inspector General arrested Joshua Ward on Friday with the help of an anonymous tip and the Rogers County Sheriff's Office.

    Man recently added to list of Top 15 Fugitives in Oklahoma back behind bars

    TULSA, Okla. – One man who was recently added to the list of Top 15 Fugitives in Oklahoma is back behind bars. Authorities say 35-year-old Joshua Ward left the Tulsa Transitional Center halfway house to search for a job on Nov. 22. However, he never returned to the facility. Ward is serving time for embezzlement, and has previously served time for robbery with a firearm. He is known to have violent tendencies and is connected with the Irish Mob. Ward was […]

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    Oklahoma City man arrested after allegedly raping woman he met through dating app

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma City man was arrested after he allegedly raped a woman he met through a dating app. On Dec. 3rd, a 23-year-old woman told police that she was raped by 25-year-old Money Pollard, a man she had met on the dating app “Plenty of Fish.” She said the two agreed to meet and he came over to her house to watch a movie. During the movie, the woman told police that Pollard allegedly leaned over and bit […]

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    Woman sentenced to 1 year in jail for impersonating ex-boyfriend on Facebook, sending herself threats

    ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. – A California woman was sentenced to serve one year in jail after officials say she falsely accused her ex-boyfriend of stalking her and threatening her on Facebook. The Orange County District Attorney’s Office said in a statement Stephani Renae Lawson, 25, allegedly created a Facebook account impersonating her ex-boyfriend, using it to send numerous threats to her own account. According to KFOR sister station KTLA, Lawson’s ex-boyfriend was arrested four times between September and December 2015 […]

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    Man files lawsuit against Oklahoma restaurant after wife’s death

    JENKS, Okla. – A man has filed a lawsuit against an Oklahoma restaurant after his wife died of a heart attack. Robert Boling is claiming negligence against The Jenks Restaurant, where his wife was a waitress. According to Fox 23, Boling claims management of the restaurant denied his wife, Tasha Boling, the opportunity to leave after she complained about having chest problems. Court documents state management told Boling’s wife that she couldn’t leave unless she found a replacement. The woman […]

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    Monday expected to be warmest day of the week

    *** A DENSE FOG ADVISORY IS IN EFFECT THIS MORNING FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN OKLAHOMA.  A FREEZING FOG ADVISORY IS IN EFFECT FOR NORTHEASTERN OKLAHOMA. *** Today will be the warmest of the week in the mid 50s under mostly cloudy skies. A few showers are possible southeast. A front will sweep across the state tonight resulting in a strong north wind and morning wind chills in the teens and 20s. Highs tomorrow will be cooler in the 50s with […]

  • Joseph Cyr, left, is accused of murdering Jaymie Adams, right.

    Man sentenced to life without parole in deaths of Oklahoma woman, her unborn baby

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The man accused of murdering a pregnant metro woman was sentenced to serve two life sentences without parole Friday. Joseph Cyr is accused of killing Jaymie Adams, who prosecutors said was engaging in prostitution with the help of her husband. Prosecutors said Cyr met Jaymie for sex in December 2011 and killed her. Cyr allegedly stabbed the pregnant woman 27 times. Prosecutors used cell phone records to prove Cyr’s contact with Adams the night of the murder and show […]

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    14-year-old accused of murdering mom, brother tried to blame murders on his father

    NEW STANTON, Pa. –  Police say a 14-year-old Pennsylvania boy shot his mother and 8-year-old brother once each in the forehead as they slept, then called 911, insinuating his father was responsible for the shooting. State Police Trooper Stephen Limani says Jacob Remaley, 14, called 911 just before 7 a.m. Wednesday, saying his mom and younger brother were dead and his father placed a gun in his bed before leaving the house. “Why didn’t he kill me? I need help,” he […]

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    Pope recognizes martyrdom of Oklahoma priest, making him first martyr born in U.S.

    VATICAN CITY – An Oklahoman is one step closer to sainthood after the Vatican office in charge of sainthood causes officially declared him a martyr. This week, Pope Francis signed a martyrdom decree for the Rev. Stanley Rother of Okarche, Oklahoma. Father Stanley Rother was ordained in 1963. Five years later he went to Guatemala to serve the people there. He chose to continue serving his people in spite of death threats, and on the morning of July 28, 1981, Father […]

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    Update: Fire crews extinguish house fire in S.E. Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Firefighters extinguished a house fire in southeast Oklahoma City Friday morning. Fire crews were called to the 3700 block of S.E. 51 around 8:24 a.m. Witnesses at the scene say flames were shooting from the attic. The two residents inside the home were able to make it out safely. Investigators believe the fire started in the heat/air system. No word on how much damage the home sustained. This is a developing story. Check back for updates.

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    Oklahoma City man accused in backyard murder arrested

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City police have arrested a man accused of shooting another man to death in his backyard last week. Around 10:26 p.m. on Nov. 23, Richard Nelson Jr. was in his backyard in the 6600 block of S. Kelley when he became involved in an altercation with another person. During the altercation, police say Nelson was shot multiple times. He was transported to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead. Investigators believe 18-year-old Johnny Case “JC” […]

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    Mary Fallin’s Office: Being vice chair of Trump transition team will not interfere with gubernatorial duties

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Mary Fallin’s office insists that her appointment to vice chair of the Trump presidential transition team will not interfere with her gubernatorial duties. Many people have questioned Fallin’s priorities after accepting a role in President-elect Donald Trump’s transition team. “Mary Fallin should put Oklahoma first and the people of Oklahoma first,” said Sarah Baker, executive director of the Oklahoma Democratic Party. “She needs to be here taking care of Oklahoma before she takes care of the issues […]