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  • Fan is $20,000 richer after big hoop at Thunder game

    There was a stunning shot made by a fan at tonight’s thunder game! His name has not been released yet, but the man stood at half court during half-time and put up a shot worth $20,000. Everyone there was shocked and excited for the man, even Rumble gave him a big “bison hug.”

  • Flash Point: Obamacare, incarcerated veterans, and the Indian Cultural Center

    In this week’s Flash Point program three main topics are challenged and debated. The Affordable Healthcare Act, the high rate of incarcerated veterans and the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum. In this first segment the gang take on the health care act and show President Obama apologizing for all the problems in the roll out. Is Obamacare on life support? Humphreys says that the OKC Chamber of Commerce claims that 1400 companies in Oklahoma City will lose their ability […]

  • Senator Inhofe shared comments on the loss of his son

    WASHINGTON — Senator James Inhofe spoke out about the death of his son on the floor of the Senate. It was last weekend when Perry Inhofe, son of Senator Jim Inhofe, died in a plane crash. The 52-year old pilot, and surgeon, was headed to Tulsa when officials say he began experiencing mechanical problems near Owasso. Witnesses in the area report seeing the plane twist and turn in the air, before spiraling down and crashing in a wooded area. Following […]

  • The OKC Thunder take to the court against the Denver Nuggets

    DENVER – Coming off a win Saturday evening against the Milwaukee Bucks, the Oklahoma City Thunder travel back home to take on the Denver Nuggets at the Chesapeake Arena. The 6-3 Thunder tip off against the 4-5 Nuggets at 7:00 pm on Fox Sports Oklahoma. The Nuggets are coming off a loss to the Houston Rockets Saturday night and are thirsty for a win. The Nuggets’ three-game winning streak was snapped by the Rockets as the Nuggets were described as […]

  • Authorities in the Midwest are now assessing the widespread damage

    People across the Midwest picked through the remains of their homes Monday after a storm system swept across six states, spawned more than 80 reported tornadoes and killed at least eight people. Authorities in Illinois went door to door to search for people trapped in houses. The storm system tore the steeple off a church 10 minutes after Mass let out and forced the Chicago Bears to stop their game against the Baltimore Ravens. “I’ve found pieces of my house […]

  • NASA launches unmanned ‘Maven’ spacecraft to Mars

    CAPE CANAVERAL AIR FORCE BASE – NASA launched its Maven orbiter on Monday to begin a journey that could unravel the mysteries surrounding Mars’ past and current atmosphere — and perhaps reveal how the planet lost its life-friendly environment. A United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket rose from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station’s Launch Complex 41 in Florida at 1:28 p.m. ET, carrying the probe into space to kick off its $671 million mission. If all goes according to schedule, […]

  • U.S. Grant High to receive huge award from Boeing

    OKLAHOMA CITY — A metro high school received some help today in the way of big money. U.S. Grant High is a school on the road to success. They were awarded more than $400,000. Just three years ago the school had a high dropout rate and failed to meet student testing standards. Now, after going under a reform plan, the school is forging a new reputation of having high academic standards. The proof is that this year Grant’s A through […]

  • UPDATED: Massive sinkhole swallows two houses in Florida

    DUNEDIN, Fla. — A large and growing sinkhole is slowly swallowing two homes in Dunedin, Florida. Young Ivy Dupre was awakened around 5 a.m. Thursday by what she thought was an intruder. “I heard like a banging against the door,” she recalled. The noise was coming from the back of the house, so she woke up her father. “I got up, got my rifle, I was scared, maybe somebody’s really breaking in, and as I approached the back of the […]

  • Emergency meningitis vaccine will be imported to halt Ivy League outbreak

    PRINCETON, NJ – Emergency doses of a meningitis vaccine not approved for use in the U.S. may soon be on the way to Princeton University to halt an outbreak of the potentially deadly infection that has sickened seven students since March. Government health officials said Friday they have agreed to import Bexsero, a vaccine licensed only in Europe and Australia that protects against meningitis B, a strain not covered by the shots recommended for college students in the U.S. “This […]

  • Student debt tops one trillion dollars

    Student debt has reached an alarming benchmark. It now tops one trillion dollars. Loans for higher education exceed all other consumer loans except mortgages. Two thirds of college grads carry a debt burden. There is growing concern about this new financial drag on the economy. Kristen Mercado is proud of her college and graduate degrees, but says the $100,000 in student loans is crushing her. “I’m sitting here sometimes wondering, oh, can I afford to go do food shopping today […]

  • WATCH: Chiefs battle the Broncos on Sunday Night Football

    The Kansas City Chiefs will take to the field versus the Denver Broncos on Sunday Night Football starting with Football in America on NewsChannel 4 at 6:00 pm. Kansas City has Donald Stephenson. He is a second-year offensive lineman from Oklahoma University. He appeared in all 16 games with seven starts in his rookie campaign. He originally joined Kansas City as its third-round pick (74th overall) in the 2012 NFL Draft. Denver has placed Quinton Carter on injured reserved.