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    Scattered storms through weekend, hot temperatures to return

      Click here for interactive radar Tomorrow will be hot and windy with highs in the mid to upper 90s. A few severe storms are possible in northwestern Oklahoma. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will make for a wet Sunday across the state as a whole. The 4th of July will be hot, muggy and breezy with isolated showers and thunderstorms. The heat dome will return late next week bringing hot temps and dry conditions.

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    Oklahoma City Police Department asking public, “If you see something, say something”

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma City Police Department introduced the “See Something, Say Something” campaign Friday. In light of recent terrorist attacks across the country and around the world, the police department says it is imperative for the public to provide authorities with any information on persons, vehicles or activities, which may not necessarily constitute a crime, but are deemed suspicious and out of the ordinary. The “See Something, Say Something” campaign provides various means of communication for the public to […]

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    Oklahoma City man arrested after investigators discover ‘large amounts of child pornography’

    EDMOND, Okla. – Edmond police have arrested an Oklahoma City man on child pornography charges. Edmond police worked in conjunction with members of the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force to open an investigation into peer-to-peer file sharing networks. Eventually, it led them to 43-year-old Michael Sapp. When investigators served a search warrant at Sapp’s Oklahoma City home, they reportedly found “large amounts of child pornography.” According to court documents, hundreds of images of child pornography were discovered on multiple […]

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    Woman allegedly tortured, suffocated, burned pregnant friend, then left body in a field

    WEST ALLIS, Wis. – Murder charges have been filed after a missing pregnant woman from Wisconsin was found dead in South Dakota. Tess White’s body was found on May 17th after she was reported missing by family on May 14th. Court records show White’s friend confessed to torturing and killing White in a parking lot in West Allis, Wis. in May. Now, two people have been charged in connection with her killing. One was White’s friend. “That’s a hole that just won’t […]

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    Authorities investigating metro credit union robbery

    YUKON, Okla. – Authorities are investigating after a man allegedly robbed a metro credit union Friday morning. Around 9 a.m., police say a heavyset white male walked into the Oklahoma Educators Credit Union in Yukon and demanded cash. The man allegedly handed a bank teller a note that said he had a bomb. After taking the money, the man left. Fortunately, no one was injured. The bank is currently closed while officials investigate. The FBI and Yukon Police are working the […]

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    Police: Man used bat to stop a father from brutally beating 2-year-old girl

    VANCOUVER, Wash. – A man says he used his baseball bat to stop the brutal attack of a 2-year-old girl. Police say a 2-year-old girl was sleeping with her mother inside their Washington motel room earlier this week when the toddler’s father, Kyle Holder, walked in and suddenly attacked the little girl. Holder, 32, allegedly picked up his 2-year-old daughter and threw her out of the motel window, KGW reports. Holder then threw his daughter to the ground repeatedly before […]

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    Traffic Advisory: Statewide construction projects impacting travel on your 4th of July weekend

    The following construction projects will impact travel on major highways and interstates Friday, July 1, through Monday, July 4. Statewide I-35 narrowed near Blackwell, Kay Co. I-35 is narrowed to one lane in each direction two miles south of SH-11 near Blackwell for bridge removal. I-35 narrowed near Guthrie, Logan Co. I-35 is narrowed to one lane in each direction from SH-33 to the Cimarron River for a resurfacing project. I-35 narrowed near Pauls Valley, Garvin Co. I-35 is narrowed […]

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    Frontier City roller coaster shut down during investigation into malfunction

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A Frontier City roller coaster temporarily shut down while investigators determine what caused the ride to malfunction. Wednesday afternoon, the Silver Bullet at Frontier City stalled about 100 feet from the ground. The back half of the cars were able to be evacuated. However, about eight other passengers were stuck on the ride while crews worked to safely free them. Fortunately, after about an hour, the riders were rescued. The Oklahoma Labor Commissioner announced the ride would remain closed […]

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    Video of massive fight at Dallas restaurant going viral

    DALLAS – A Facebook video of a massive fight at a Dallas restaurant is going viral. Isael Rojas captured the video of the fight at at Taquería El Paisano restaurant on June 25th. According to KXAS, the incident starts with a group of women arguing, then being held back by several men. That is when the women in the video start wrestling and pulling each other’s hair. Then, some of the men begin to punch each other and chairs start […]

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    Officials putting up warning signs due to alligator sightings at Lake Texoma

    MEAD, Okla. – Officials are putting up warning signs after many people reported seeing alligators at Lake Texoma. Although alligator sighting are rare on Lake Texoma, they have been spotted there for years, KXII reports. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers told KXII that they get at least one call a month about an alligator sighting. While some are confirmed, others are not. “They are here but just in very small numbers,” Paul Balkenbush with the Army Corps said. One man, […]

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    House to vote on gun bill next week

    The Republican-led House will vote next week on a bill to prevent people on the terrorism watch list from buying guns, Speaker Paul Ryan announced Thursday on a conference call with his GOP members. Ryan said it’s “just common sense” to make sure “suspected terrorists can’t get guns,” according to a source on the call. But he said also that he wants to look at the issue deliberately to ensure people’s due process is protected if they don’t believe they […]