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  • Chickasha Schools employees suspended pending mysterious investigation

    CHICKASHA, Okla. – Four members of the Chickasha School System were told to take an early Christmas break, suspended for ten days while an independent investigation is underway. But, why they’re under investigation is a mystery. The employees were suspended Wednesday, the day after school board member Amos Franco handed in his resignation. News 4 tried to speak to the superintendent, listed as David Cash on the school system’s website. All calls from the media were directed to Richard O’Carroll, […]

  • Baby rescued from living in its own filth in Guthrie

    Warning: Some viewers may find this video and details disturbing.  GUTHRIE, Okla. – Five children were rescued from deplorable conditions in Guthrie. A baby endured the worst of the neglect. Officers were called to the alley just south of W. Harrison Street where Melissa Grayson’s car was stranded without gas. Police quickly discovered what one officer called “the dirtiest vehicle he had seen in 15 years of being employed here.” “The entire vehicle was absolutely full of filth,” said Guthrie […]

  • Kids foil kidnapping attempt from Purcell travel stop

    PURCELL, Okla. – Police are looking for a man who tried to kidnap three kids while stealing their car. He ran after they fought back. It happened at 3 a.m. at the Travel Star Plaza in Purcell. Casie Lewis said she was driving her three kids, ages 13, 11, and nine, along with their two dogs, one of which was an English Mastiff, from Texas back to Kansas City when she stopped along the way to fill up the tank […]

  • Coyle principal accuses superintendent of abusing his power

    COYLE, Okla. – A local principal and his family are calling for action, saying the superintendent of Coyle is abusing his power and taking it out on his family. Dozens of people were in attendance at the Monday night school board meeting to find out what would happen amidst calls to get rid of the superintendent. “I feel betrayed and abandoned,” said principal Patrick Smith’s daughter, Coyle High School junior Peyton Smith. She stood before the school board, condemning the […]

  • Training Oklahoma officers how to handle interactions with people who have autism

    NORMAN, Okla. – Officers are learning to react differently, particularly when dealing with people who have autism. More than a dozen agencies from around Oklahoma represented at a class held at the OU Police headquarters. The trainer taught how people on the autism spectrum might act, so that lawmen are better able to handle certain situations. “Officers are trained that when you ask someone a question, they’re supposed to respond and they’re supposed to look at you,” said Purcell Police […]

  • Puppy found in southwest Oklahoma City healing after ears cut off at scalp

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A couple of weeks after he was found with bloody wounds where his ears used to be, Rocky the puppy is healing and happy. Three-month-old Rocky was found on the 1600 block of S.W. 28th Street in bad condition. “His ears were actually cut down to the scalp and in some places there was part of the scalp missing,” said Lyne Huffman with the Oklahoma City Animal Shelter. A veterinarian immediately put him on an antibiotic to stave […]

  • Two cars set on fire on the same day in the same Bethany apartment complex

    BETHANY, Okla. – Two cars set on fire in the same apartment complex on the same day have police looking for a fire starter. The cars were set on fire at the Bryan Hill Apartments on NW 36th Street. The first vehicle, a black Dodge Charger, was discovered early Friday morning on the east side of the building. The second, a silver four-door sedan, was discovered that evening around 9:30 p.m. on the other side of the complex. Montrel Boston, […]

  • Overnight manhunt in the metro after man shot in attempted robbery

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Two people are in custody after police say they attempted to rob then shot a man in the back. Police got a call at 10:27 p.m. from a man who said he was shot in the back. He told dispatch a man and a woman shot him after trying to rob him at Portland and SW 29th Street. After getting a description of the suspects and the vehicle, a silver sedan, from the victim. Officers used the information […]

  • Man on drugs chases teen sisters home from Norman gas station

    NORMAN, Okla. – A man is in jail after police say he chased two teen sisters from the gas station right up to their doorstep. Angel and Ninfa Garcia walked to the Circle K gas station on the corner of W. Lindsey Street and 24th Ave SW. When they arrived, they saw Titus Peck standing outside. “He was staring at us,” Ninfa said. After they left, Ninfa said something wasn’t right. “I had this feeling that someone was following me,” she said. […]

  • Bethany woman sets fire to home to ‘get back’ at husband

    BETHANY, Okla. – A woman is in jail after police said she set fire to her home to get revenge on her husband. In the middle of the afternoon, a neighbor noticed Skylar Prock’s fire alarm was going off and smoke was coming from the home and called police. Firefighters arrived at the house on the 6800 block of 50th Street just in time. “If we didn’t receive that 911 call, the fire was spreading to the carpet and it […]

  • Blanchard boy with autism blossoming two years after bus assault

    BLANCHARD, Okla. – A child with autism, who came home from a school bus bullied and beaten two years ago, is now taking extraordinary steps in school. It was November 2015 that then 5-year-old Jacob Parks went home with an injury on the back of his head and bruises on his face, all at the hands of a 6th grader on his school bus. “We’re talking about a 12-year-old versus a five-year-old,” said Jacob’s mother, Suzan Parks. Parks said she […]