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  • How to donate to the Oklahoma Blood Institute in honor of fallen Tecumseh police officer

    TECUMSEH, Okla. – Many Oklahomans are donating blood in honor of the fallen Tecumseh police officer. A community and police department are trying to move forward after losing 22-year-old Justin Terney. Terney was a rookie with the Tecumseh Police Department and it was his first year on the force. Police say around 11:30 p.m. on Sunday night, Officer Justin Terney attempted to pull over a vehicle near Benson Park and Gordon Cooper. The passenger of the vehicle jumped out of the […]

  • Police need help identifying masked suspect accused in armed robbery

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Police are hoping you can identify a suspect accused in an armed robbery. Last week, a masked suspect walked into a convenience store near Sheridan and Western armed with a gun. It is unclear how much money the suspect took. Authorities say while the photos may not be the best quality, they are hoping someone will still be able to recognize the suspect. If you have any information that could help police, please call Crime Stoppers at […]

  • Second man arrested for murder of 16-year-old who was robbed, shot in S.W. Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Another man has been arrested for the murder of a 16-year-old who was robbed and shot to death in southwest Oklahoma City earlier this month. Sixteen-year-old Emmanuel Zenon or EJ was alert and breathing when officers found him in the parking lot of Brookwood Village Apartments nearly two weeks ago. Police said he came to the apartments at Southwest 89th Street and Walker Avenue to meet someone but he ended up getting robbed at gunpoint and shot. He died […]

  • Al Roker helps OU break world records

    NORMAN, Okla. – The Today Show’s Al Roker helped the University of Oklahoma break two world records in Norman Monday morning! On March 27, Al began his quest to break five Guinness World Records in five days at five university across the country. His first stop was at the University of Oklahoma in Norman, where he helped them break TWO world records. Having a great time at @UofOklahoma for #rokerthon 3 pic.twitter.com/dNtuQPs0ka — Al Roker (@alroker) March 27, 2017 Al […]

  • Authorities identify police officer killed in Tecumseh shooting

    TECUMSEH, Okla. – Authorities have identified the police officer who was killed in a shooting in Tecumseh. Sunday night, around 11:30, Officer Justin Terney, 22, pulled over a vehicle near Benson Park and Gordon Cooper. Police say the suspect ran away and a foot pursuit ensued. Terney was able to tase the suspect, but police say the suspect was unaffected by the taser. That is when the suspect reportedly shot Officer Terney three times. Terney returned fire, striking the suspect approximately four times. […]

  • Police officer passes away after shooting in Tecumseh

    TECUMSEH, Okla. – Police say a Tecumseh police officer has passed away after an overnight shooting. It started around 11:30 p.m. Sunday night when the officer pulled over a vehicle near Benson Park and Gordon Cooper. Police say the suspect ran away and a foot pursuit ensued. The officer was able to tase the suspect, but police say the suspect was unaffected by the taser. That is when the suspect reportedly shot the police officer. The officer returned fire, striking the […]

  • Al Roker teaming up with OU to break world record

    NORMAN, Okla. – The Today Show’s Al Roker is hoping to team up with the University of Oklahoma to break a world record in Norman! On Monday, March 27, Al is broadcasting live from the Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium. OU will attempt to break the world record for the world’s largest human weather symbols (cloud, sun, lightning bolt, and weather transformation). The university is hoping to see 3,000 people from Sooner Nation roll out to the first stop on Rokerthon’s […]

  • Audit shows $3.3 million worth of items unaccounted for at Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office

    OKLAHOMA COUNTY, Okla. – A recent audit of the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office found that more than $3.3 million worth of items were unaccounted for. An Oklahoma state auditor found that of the 7,844 items listed on inventory at the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office, 3,041 items could not be located or reviewed. However, the audit report points out that although more than 3,000 items could not be located or reviewed, it doesn’t necessarily mean that all of those items are […]

  • Oklahoma teen drowned at Chickasha Lake after trying to help stranded rider

    CHICKASHA, Okla. – Police say a 19-year-old man drowned at Chickasha Lake. Thursday night, police were called to Chickasha Lake regarding a disabled watercraft. When authorities arrived, the call was upgraded to a possible drowning. The victim,19-year-old Nathan Williams, was attempting to swim out to a stranded jet ski to assist a rider and was unable to make it. Williams then turned around and tried to return to shore, but did not resurface. Officials say conditions on the lake were […]

  • Watch Live: April the Giraffe’s belly growth is ‘mind blowing’

    HARPURSVILLE, NY — Zookeepers at Animal Adventure Park said that April the Giraffe is moving slower and her belly continues to grow, all signs that mean her delivery is coming along well. Zoo officials said on Facebook Thursday that April’s “belly growth from last week to this week is still mind blowing – she has to fit a 6′, 150 pound calf somewhere!” They also reported on Wednesday that she seemed to be a little moody. Animal Adventure Park began livestreaming […]

  • 9-year-old child dies from carbon monoxide poisoning in Tulsa

    TULSA, Okla. – A 9-year-old child died from carbon monoxide poisoning in Tulsa, authorities said. Around 7 a.m., family members found the 9-year-old and the child’s father unresponsive in their east Tulsa home, the Tulsa World reports. The child was pronounced dead and the father was transported to a local hospital unconscious.  His condition is unclear at this time. The mother was away at a funeral, officials said. Tulsa Fire Capt. Stan May told the local newspaper that a motor […]