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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 […]

  • 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 […]

  • Nation’s largest bank to pay $13 billion settlement

    NEW YORK — JPMorgan Chase, the nation’s largest bank, has agreed to pay a record $13-billion settlement for its role in the 2008 mortgage meltdown. Attorney General Eric Holder says JPMorgan still could face criminal prosecution, and this huge payout of nine billion in cash and four billion in homeowner relief is punishment in itself. “This is not simply something that JPMorgan simply signed a check and smilingly said this is good deal for us. This inflicts pain on that […]

  • Today’s kids can’t run as fast or as far as their parents

    MATTHEWS, NC — The track team at Crestdale Middle School in Matthews, North Carolina works hard, but according to new research, put them toe-to-toe in a one-mile race around the track with their parents when they were this age and mom and dad would have left them in their dust. “The typical American child in the year 2000 would finish 3/4 to 1 lap behind the typical American child from the 1970s,” explains the University of South Australia’s Dr. Grant […]

  • Affordable Health care act problems could derail all of health reform, advocates fear

    A full 30 percent of the complex and critical site is not yet built according to project manager Henry Chao. “That 30 percent represents the payment aspect and the accounting aspect of making payments in the marketplace,” Chao explained to a House committee on Tuesday. At stake are the billions insurance companies will be paid in federal subsidies for many who buy policies through the site. The site has to account for who gets what and move the money […]

  • WATCH: Matt Lauer talks to embattled Toronto mayor Rob Ford, on Today

    TORONTO – Monday night, Matt Lauer asked embattled Toronto mayor Rob Ford a crucial question: Are you fit to lead a major city in case of emergency? “I’m very fortunate it hasn’t happened,’’ Ford said in the interview, which aired on TODAY Tuesday. Ford has admitted to smoking crack cocaine and driving drunk in the past. The crack use, he told reporters earlier this month, was done “probably in one of my drunken stupors.” Tomorrow On TODAY: Toronto Mayor Rob Ford […]

  • Meet the mystery ‘Buck’ from the Blake Shelton lost tapes

    Earlier this month when we found “the lost “Blake Shelton” tapes” we noticed quite a bit of video of a mystery man. It was one of Blake’s friends who went by the name “Buck” but that was not his real name. NewsChannel 4 set out to find him. We wanted to know if their friendship had survived Blake’s incredible success. Within a day of the story airing I had found “Buck.” He’s moved out of Oklahoma, but he was kind […]

  • A compound in pavement could be deadly

    Something right under your feet could be deadly. “My advice is not to use it at all anytime, by anyone, anywhere,” Dr. Robert Lynch, of the OU College of Public Health, says. Dr. Lynch is talking about PAH’S or Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons. They are found in coal-tar sealants often found in pavement sealants. “These compounds have been widely tested for years. We know that they cause cancers in animals. There is no doubt about that,” Dr. Lynch explains. Pavement sealant […]

  • Rain chances increasing, cold front coming Thursday

    After a weekend featuring sunshine and highs in the 70s, temperatures will return to more normal levels. Look for a continuation of mostly sunny skies with highs in the lower 60s Monday. A weak storm will track south of our state tonight and into tomorrow. Cloud cover will increase during this time period. Rain chances begin to go up Wednesday and Thursday as a powerful storm system approaches the state. A strong cold front is possible sometime Thursday. Some models […]