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  • “If I can go to the Olympics, it would be my dream come true,” Metro ice skaters going for the gold

    OKLAHOMA CITY – As we watch America’s finest compete for the gold in figure skating, we see skaters from Boston, Salt Lake City, and more, but no one from Oklahoma. That could soon change, though, thanks to the Epic Charter School Skating Program. “When I’m on the ice, I feel like I can fly. It’s my happy place. I love the ice,” said one skater. These young ladies obviously adore the ice. They are training in Edmond to be world-class […]

  • OKCPS; Several surrounding schools close Wednesday due to winter weather

    OKLAHOMA – Several schools have closed Wednesday due to inclement weather. Moore Public Schools Mid-Del Public Schools Norman Public Schools Purcell Public Schools Mustang Public Schools Harrah Public Schools Edmond Public Schools Yukon Public Schools Oklahoma City Public Schools University of Oklahoma-Norman campus Putnam City Public Schools For a full list of closings, click here.

  • BrickUniverse LEGO Fan Convention returning to Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – BrickUniverse LEGO Fan Convention is returning to Oklahoma City this spring for two days! The 2018 convention will have all-new LEGO attractions and exhibits. Thousands of fans showed up at the 2017 OKC convention. Event organizers are expecting more to attend this year. BrickUniverse brings renown professional LEGO artists from around the world. Professional LEGO artist Jonathan Lopes of San Diego, California will showcase over 30 of his select LEGO displays and will be at the convention […]

  • Fire intentionally set by patient in emergency room at Baptist Hospital

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma City Fire Department says a fire was intentionally set in the emergency room at Baptist Hospital. Fire crews responded to the hospital after 3:30 p.m. Tuesday. TAC 4: Report of Fire in a room at Baptist ER — Oklahoma City Fire (@OKCFD) February 20, 2018 The fire, which had been in a cabinet in one of the patient rooms of the ER, was already out upon arrival for crews. Officials say a patient set linens […]

  • Man, woman facing nearly 600 charges after investigation by Secret Service, police

    BENTON COUNTY, Ark. – A man and woman are facing nearly 600 charges after an investigation by the Secret Service. Police say they responded to 26-year-old Denice Cummins’ home on February 15 where they found $28,713 in counterfeit bills, forgery devices, including a printer and methamphetamine. KFSM reports the United States Secret Service assisted the Centeron Police Department in the investigation. Cummins is facing more than 250 counts of first-degree forgery, more than three counts of possession of drug paraphernalia […]

  • 59-year-old Oklahoma man dies after vehicle crashes

    PITTSBURG COUNTY, Okla. – A 59-year-old man died from his injuries after his vehicle crashed Monday night. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says Stephen Heath was driving on Crowder Blocker Road around 9 p.m. when his vehicle “departed the road to the right, struck the ditch and rolled the vehicle one time, coming to rest on its wheels.” OHP says Heath was ejected an unknown distance from the vehicle. An OHP report states there was an odor of alcohol at the […]

  • “Coming here as a firefighter has just totally been a different experience,” Norman woman runs to remember

    OKLAHOMA CITY – We are just a couple of months away from the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon. Participants are gearing up for the big day, including Norman firefighter Jennifer Schmidt. “I like to help people. I like to do what I can to give back and contribute to the community. I want to be some strength for those kind of people that are panicked and experiencing tragic loss,” she told News 4. “Coming here as a firefighter has just totally […]

  • One person dead after drive-by shooting in NE Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – One person is dead after a drive-by shooting in NE Oklahoma City Friday evening. Police say a white van was traveling on Lincoln Blvd. near NE 33rd St. around 10:30 p.m. when another vehicle drove past the van and fired three to five shots into the vehicle. A backseat passenger, an adult male, was hit by the gunfire. He was transported to a hospital where he was pronounced dead. “They were telling me it was my cousin’s […]

  • Kesha coming to Zoo Amphitheatre in Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Kesha’s tour will be making a stop in Oklahoma City this summer! Rainbow Tour 2018 will be held July 2 at the Zoo Amphitheatre. Tickets for the public go on sale February 23 at 12 p.m. You can buy tickets online, Buy For Less Stores, Uptown Grocery in OKC, Brady Theater Box Office in Tulsa or call 1-800-514-3849. All ages are welcome and blankets are allowed at the concert. Click here for more information.

  • 17-year-old facing charges after threatening two Oklahoma City schools

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A 17-year-old girl is facing charges after threatening two Oklahoma City schools. Officials with Oklahoma City Public Schools say they were made aware of a social media threat against Northeast Academy and John Marshall Mid-High Thursday evening. The 17-year-old  was arrested after investigators determined she set up a social media account under another person’s name and then sent out the threat. She was booked into a detention facility for juveniles on charges of Terrorism Hoax and False […]

  • Newcastle teen critically injured in crash gets trach out; responding well to therapy

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A Newcastle teen who was critically injured in a crash in December is responding well to his therapy sessions, according to his family. Caleb Freeman and his brother, Clayton, were on their way to an OU basketball game when their vehicle crashed on December 19th.  Both were rushed to the OU Medical Center. Clayton was released not long after with minor injuries. Caleb escaped without a broken bone, but suffered major brain trauma. According to Caleb’s family, he got […]