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  • Fallen storm chasers remembered for heroic work

    EL RENO, OK — Three of those victims killed in the tornado last Friday were Discovery Channel’s “storm chasers” stars. Tim Samaras and Carl Young, as well as Samaras’ son Paul, lost their lives while chasing the twister, near El Reno. Samaras said last month, during an interview with national geographic, that tornadoes had fascinated him ever since he watched the Wizard of Oz. A 2009 Chevy Cobalt, found crumpled following the tornado, was registered in the name of Tim […]

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    Myriad Gardens offers holiday fun through December with ice skating, pop up shops, Santa

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It’s going to be a festive time this December in downtown Oklahoma City. The Myriad Botanical Gardens is ready to welcome thousands of revelers this holiday season to its fabulous array of events, classes, activities and attractions. Here’s a peek at what’s on the books for December. Daily Ice skating at the Devon Ice Rink. Hours are Mon. – Thurs. 3-9 p.m.; Fri. 3 -11 p.m.; Sat. 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.; and Sun. 11 a.m. – […]

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    Friday Night Heroes: Playoffs Week 2

    It’s Playoffs week 2 and those Friday Night Heroes are aligning for those top spots. Watch those Friday Nights Heroes at 10:00 pm. The NewsChannel 4 sports team will be traveling to and covering the following games: Friday Shawnee @ Guthrie Broken Arrow @ Mustang Newcastle @ Blanchard Jones @ Kingfisher Oohlogah @ Douglass Hobart @ Millwood

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    School shuts down Christmas toy drive under threat of lawsuit by non-believers group

    HIGHLANDS RANCH, Col. — The threat of a lawsuit by a non-believers group has convinced a charter school in Colorado to cut ties with a Christmas gift drive run by an evangelical Christian organization. In past years, SkyView Academy students have filled boxes with toys to be distributed to poor children in the developing world by Samaritan’s Purse, a religious organization run by Franklin Graham. Parents upset with SkyView Academy’s decision are planning a “Religious Rights Rally” outside the school […]

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    High school football player in Missouri is charged with assault

    PLATTE CITY, MO — Platte County prosecutors said a frustrated Platte County high school football player assaulted an opponent from Winnetonka High School after a play in an October game by ripping the player’s helmet off and striking him in the head with it. The victim suffered a severe concussion from the incident, which was caught by at least one camera shooting game film, and has not returned to school. “Clearly we know that violent acts occur in every football […]

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    Blake Shelton stops by Tonight Show with Jay Leno; Hoda & Kathie Lee too

    Blake Shelton appeared on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno Wednesday evening. Additional guests were Kathie Lee Gifford & Hoda Kotb with Musical Guest Imelda May.

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    Six month later, Moore family still battling with insurance company

    MOORE, Okla. — On this night six months ago, we were bringing you some of the first pictures of a tornado ravaged community. The City of Moore was in the path of a violent F5 tornado that killed 25 people, including seven children. Kyle Davis was among the victims killed inside Plaza Towers Elementary. Tonight his grandparents are facing more turmoil in a battle with their insurance company. Dixon’s insurance only gave him money to cover the repairs they deemed […]

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    Long time OKC public servant, Don Bown, passes

    OKLAHOMA CITY — Former Oklahoma City manager Donald D. Bown passed away on November 17 at the age of 82. Bown, known for his humor, quick wit and frankness, was city manager from 1991 to 1998. While retired, he served as chairman of the Oklahoma City Airport Trust. In his seven years as city manager, Bown led the city through the highs and lows of the ‘90s, including Oklahoma City’s darkest hours, the Murrah Federal Building bombing. “Don was city […]

  • Trash or Treasure: We see a Thomas Moran Litho and some items related to Adolf Hitler

    Our first viewer brought in a Thomas Moran lithograph from 1903. Most color lithographs are not worth that much but Thomas Moran lithographs hold some value. This piece is worth from $200 – $250 dollars. Another viewer brought in some Nazi postcards that were cut from a book and framed. They are called folios. Third Reich memorabilia holds it’s value more than other other collectibles from WWII. These postcards have a $50 – $75 value This same viewer also brought […]

  • Gun shots exchanged on Oklahoma City’s northeast side

    OKLAHOMA CITY — Bullets fly in an Oklahoma City neighborhood. Police say a man could have been robbed at his home near N.E. 29th St. and Martin Luther King. Investigators say a man with a gunshot wound showed up at a local hospital on his own. They are still working to determine if that man is the victim of a robbery or if he is the suspected shooter. Oklahoma City fire, Oklahoma City Housing Authority, police and EMSA were all […]

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    Man captured in Canadian County after fleeing deputies

    GEARY, Okla. — An early morning manhunt puts a Texas man in Jail. Canadian County Sheriff’s Deputies captured a Texas man after they responded to a call for assistance from Geary PD early Tuesday morning. Robert McGee, 44 of Richland Hills, Texas was taken into custody by Canadian County Sheriff’s Deputies shortly before 10:00 a.m. after he fled on foot from a Geary PD Officer. McGee who was stopped for an improper tag display was wanted on drug related charges […]