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  • Two good Samaritans who risked their lives to save another being honored by Oklahoma City Fire Department

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Two good Samaritans are being honored by the Oklahoma City Fire Department after risking their lives to save another. On August 16th, a dump truck flipped end-over-end several times just west of SW. 149th Street and May Avenue, fire officials say. The vehicle came to rest upside down and was heavily involved in fire when firefighters arrived. Bystanders told arriving firefighters that the driver had been removed from the vehicle by two individuals. Firefighters moved quickly to […]

  • Oklahoma detention officer accused of embezzling money from an inmate

    ENID, Okla. – Oklahoma detention officer is accused of embezzling money from an inmate. On July 29th, a man arrested by the Enid Police Department was being booked into the Garfield County Detention Facility when a detention officer took $3,623 from the man’s wallet and placed it in two envelopes, then placed the envelopes into a green property bag, the Enid News and Eagle reports. When the man was released from jail, he was issued a check for $518.58, which […]

  • What will the weather be for solar eclipse in Oklahoma and other parts of the nation?

    OKLAHOMA – It’s probably the most anticipated weather forecast in recent memory. Millions of people across the United States are eagerly tuning in to their local meteorologists or refreshing their favorite apps, all hoping for the same thing: clear skies overhead Monday for the total solar eclipse. By now you have probably heard about the Eclipse of the Century, the first total eclipse to occur in the United States since 1979 and the first to cross from coast to coast in […]

  • State officials investigating suicide of Weatherford man, use of force by local police

    WEATHERFORD, Okla. – State officials are investigating the suicide of a Weatherford man and the use of force by the local police officers who were called to the scene. Around 2:30 a.m. Friday, the Weatherford Police Department received a call of a man with suicidal thoughts at 905 N. Bryan. Multiple officers arrived on scene and began speaking with 21-year-old Wyatt Folks, who had a pistol in his hand officials say. Agents with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation have been […]

  • Oklahoma soldier brings mom to tears with surprise reunion

    DUNCAN, Okla. – An Oklahoma man, who was deployed to Kuwait, brought his mom to tears when he surprised her this week. According to KSWO, Corporal Justin Kerr told his parents that he’d be home in September. In reality, he got home on Saturday, and wanted to give them a homecoming that they’d remember. “I was in shock,” Justin’s mom Reba Maxwell said. “I really literally was shaking like this once I quit hugging him. I was totally shocked, but […]

  • Help OKC Animal Welfare ‘Clear the Shelters’ with free dog and cat adoptions

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City Animal Welfare needs your help finding loving homes for pets. Across the country, shelters are working to find loving families for homeless pets. On Saturday, August 19th, adoption fees will be waived for every adoptable dog, cat, puppy and kitten from 10 a.m. until 7 p.m. at the Animal Welfare, 2811 S.E. 29th Street. “The ‘Clear the Shelters’ event is an opportunity nationwide for homeless pets to find a family,” said Animal Welfare Superintendent Jon […]

  • Man accused of shooting former co-worker twice at Edmond business charged

    EDMOND, Okla. – A man accused of shooting a former co-worker twice in the parking lot of an Edmond business has been charged. Last week, Quinton Le’Tres Bruner, 29, allegedly shot a former co-worker twice outside of Pelco Products. Police say the suspect was sitting in a vehicle in the parking lot of Pelco before he shot the victim in the upper chest and left arm. “He was able to make it inside the building. His coworkers started giving him first […]

  • Bicyclist dies after being struck by train in Norman

    NORMAN, Okla. – A bicyclist was killed after being struck by a train in Norman. Around 1 p.m. Wednesday, police say a bicyclist near the Main Street railroad crossing was struck by a train. Police said crossings from Acres Street south to Eufaula Street are currently blocked. Drivers are asked to avoid the area.

  • Local firefighter dies after crashing head-on into tractor in N.W. Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A local firefighter has died after crashing head-on into a tractor earlier this month. Just before 6 a.m. on August 3rd, officials say a small SUV crashed head-on into a line maintenance tractor near Western and 122nd. The front blade of the tractor crashed through the windshield, briefly trapping the SUV’s driver. Fire crews were able to extract the driver, who was then rushed to a local hospital. The driver, who has since been identified as Todd Evers, […]

  • Pawhuska schools temporarily closed due to ‘gas purge’

    PAWHUSKA, Okla. – School officials announced Wednesday that Pawhuska Public School will be temporarily closed due to a “gas purge” investigation. According to, early Tuesday morning, officials with Pawhuska Public Schools were alerted to a gas purge found on the grounds of the school. Cole Perryman, spokesman for the Oklahoma Water Resources Board, said several geothermal wells on the campus are leaking methane. “The Federal and State agencies with jurisdictional authority have determined that the first step to ensuring […]

  • List of places where you can get eclipse glasses

    People across the nation are buzzing about the next big solar eclipse and scrambling to find the perfect eclipse glasses to watch the event! To safely view the epic solar eclipse that will cut a dramatic shadow across the United States on August 21, you’ll need a special pair of ultra-dark sunglasses. Without glasses, the sun’s rays could cause permanent damage to your eyes. But as demand for these glasses has skyrocketed, scams have entered the market. The American Astronomical […]