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  • Looking back at the history of Oklahoma City’s Deep Deuce District and one man who helped build it

    OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.- Oklahoma City’s Deep Deuce District is home to some favorite stops and shops in the metro. A historical community that has been the central place for the jazz and blues scene in OKC. It has been home to many legendary musicians such as Charlie Christian, Dororthy Ellis and Jimmy Rushing to name a few. Deep Deuce was also one of the largest African-American neighborhoods in Oklahoma City. “Deep Deuce was the Afro-American, black business district of OKC,” […]

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    Child injured after car crashes into building

    OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.- Police say a driver possibly traveling too fast hit an icy spot, lost control and crashed into an apartment complex pinning a seven-year old girl underneath the vehicle This happened in the 6700 block of Lyrewood . The child has been taken to the hospital The driver has been arrested. This is a developing story so refresh often

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    Oklahoma State High School basketball tournaments postponed

    Click here to check on the status of the Oklahoma State  High School Playoff Basketball Tournaments

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    Star Trek’s ‘Spock’, Leonard Nimoy dies at 83

    The man who played Spock in the original Star Trek series has died at the age of 83. Leonard Nimoy passed away Friday morning according to the New York times. Leonard Nimoy, Spock of ‘Star Trek,’ Dies at 83 — The New York Times (@nytimes) February 27, 2015 Leonard Nimoy died on Friday. His zeal to entertain and enlighten reached beyond “Star Trek.”— The New York Times (@nytimes) February 27, 2015 Nimoy had chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. […]

  • Teacher speechless when told she is the center of our Pay it 4Ward

    Her students at Dove Science Academy in Oklahoma City look forward to her classes every day. For one young boy, Peter, Ms. Jenkins is much more than just his teacher. Judge Cindy Truong came to America from a little village in Vietnam and says so many kind-hearted and generous Oklahomans helped. “I had wonderful teachers who taught me English and soon I was making straight A’s. They were so caring and went out of their way, especially when my parents […]

  • Oklahoma Man of the Year, Bob Funk stops by the studio to talk about the honor

    OKLAHOMA CITY — The CEO and Chairman of the board for Express Employment Professionals, Bob Funk, was named Man of the Year by Impact OKC Magazine recently. Funk’s company put 21,000 Oklahomans to work in 2014. Wednesday morning Funk visited the Rise & Shine studio to talk about this huge honor.

  • Got Milk? A better question might be, what kind?

    What kind of milk do you drink? Worldwide, most people drink cows’ milk of some variety, but there is a growing market for human milk. Grown men are advertising in earnest for human milk. Tonight at 10:00 p.m. we expose the unusual underworld for online breast milk.  

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    Oklahoma City High Schools dismissing early

    The Oklahoma City Public School District will be releasing high schools 25 minutes early on Monday. The District says due to the ongoing snow accumulation and worsening driving conditions, all after school and evening activities have been cancelled for Monday, February 23rd. The Board of Education meeting has not been affected and will go on as scheduled. Per district procedure – – OKCPS evaluated the roads this morning, and they were deemed safe with no accumulation. Snow flurries in some […]

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    How to plant a cutting garden

    Linda Vater joins us weekly on the 4:30pm news to share her green-thumb tips. Here’s a link to her blog.  

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    Oklahomans who drive and smoke with kids in the car could have to pay big bucks

    Drivers in Oklahoma who smoke with minors in the vehicle may face stiff fines if a bill makes its way through the state legislature. State Senator Randy Bass of Lawton wants to fine adults $100.00 if caught. Under the bill, it would be a secondary offense which means you would have to be pulled over for another traffic violation before you could face a fine for this offense. The measure passed out of committee this week, despite the concern that […]

  • Hillbillies Po’Boy’s & Oysters says they are more than just sandwiches

    Aly Branstetter stopped by the Rise & Shine studio to talk about Hillbillies Po’Boy’s & Oysters. She says they have much more to offer than just Po’Boy’s, even though those are pretty darn good!