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  • Crews work to restore power in metro after strong thunderstorms

    OKLAHOMA CITY – More than 11,000 people were without power in the metro after strong thunderstorms Thursday evening. There were nearly 7,500 without power in Yukon and around 3,800 in Oklahoma City. OG&E crews worked to restore power throughout the evening. Drivers were asked to avoid areas near Yukon, Mustang and west OKC due to downed power lines. To report an outage or for updates, call 405-272-9595.

  • Police in standoff with suspect in southwest Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Police are in a standoff with a suspect in southwest Oklahoma City Thursday evening. Officials were called to the Meridian Inn at S.W. 12th and Meridian around 7 p.m. for a possible disturbance. When police arrived, the suspect refused to come out of the room. Rooms on both sides of the suspect’s room were evacuated. It is unknown what type of suspect the police are in a standoff with.

  • Officials looking for missing teen near Jones

    JONES, Okla. – Officials are looking for a teen who went missing Thursday morning. They are looking for Raine Linley. Authorities believe she may still be in the Jones area. Raine’s father, John Linley, contacted KFOR and said she must take daily medication for seizures and low blood pressure. If you see Raine or know her whereabouts, call police.

  • Baylor University ordered to provide sexual assault reports dating to 2003

    WACO, Texas – A judge has ordered Baylor University to turn over to plaintiffs’ attorneys records of all cases of sexual assault and harassment since 2003 in a lawsuit against the nation’s largest Baptist school. A group of women is suing Baylor, claiming the school in Texas mishandled or ignored claims of sexual assault for years. Baylor officials wanted to provide the court with a summary of cases. They cited privacy concerns for students not part of the lawsuit. U.S. […]

  • Edmond Police Department asking for your help as officer battles brain tumor, chemo treatments

    EDMOND, Okla. – The Edmond Police Department is asking for your help as one of their own battles a brain tumor along with chemotherapy treatments and more surgeries. Officer Nick Tant was experiencing headaches and other minor symptoms over a 10-day period last October. He was later diagnosed with Anaplastic Astrocytoma grade 3 and was taken into a lengthy surgery to remove a tumor on his brain. Since the surgery, he has gone through proton therapy, extensive chemo, and is […]

  • Silver Alert cancelled after missing 80-year-old Oklahoma man found in Texas

    UPDATE: Officials cancelled the silver alert on Thursday afternoon after Masters was found safe in Texas.   MOORE, Okla. – A Silver Alert was issued Tuesday night for a missing 80-year-old man. Officials are looking for John Masters who was last seen wearing a white shirt and tan pants. His last known location is at a KFC in Midwest City Tuesday around 5 p.m. He may be in a white 1997 GMC Sonoma pickup with the Oklahoma tag ACT216. Masters […]

  • Tulsa baby taken by non-custodial father found safe in Oklahoma City; Man still on the runĀ 

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A baby who was taken by her non-custodial parent in Tulsa was found in Oklahoma City Wednesday evening. Officials are now looking for Donta Davis. He is the non-custodial father of four-month-old Destiny. Authorities say Davis took the baby from an apartment complex in Tulsa Tuesday night. The child’s mother told police she was sleeping and another child had unlocked the door for Davis. Fox 23 reports Davis then “forced his way inside” and took Destiny. While […]

  • Report of stolen cell phone uncovers crime ring in Oklahoma City

    CANADIAN COUNTY, Okla. – A man has been arrested after a report of a stolen cell phone uncovered his crime ring at his travel trailer at an RV Park in west Oklahoma City. The investigation began when a victim of a stolen cell phone contacted the Canadian County Sheriff’s Office saying their phone was pinging through a “Find My Iphone Application” at 31-year-old Jesse Yarclay’s residence. The victim said their phone has been stolen out of Newcastle and needed help […]

  • Former Comanche Nation employee charged with embezzling from the tribe

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A former Comanche Nation employee has been charged with felony embezzlement from the Comanche Nation Tax Commission. An indictment returned by a federal grand jury Tuesday shows 38-year-old Julierose Baquera Molina was employed by the tribe’s Tax Commission, which funds Comanche government operations, from October 2014 through March 2016. The indictment said Molina allegedly took more than $1,000 from the Tax Commission illegally. “This is exactly the kind of corruption my administration is dedicated to eliminating forever,” […]

  • Tulsa man sentenced 40 years in deadly DUI crash

    TULSA, Okla. – A judge sentenced a Tulsa man to 40 years behind bars after he caused a deadly crash while driving under the influence. Back in February 2016, 30-year-old Martin Jamison was driving a stolen car in north Tulsa. Officials say Jamison was driving 60 miles per hour when he ran a stop sign and hit a truck with Marvin Shahan and his son inside. Shahan died as a result of the accident. His son survived but was in […]

  • One arrested, OHP asking for public’s help regarding crash that left trooper in critical condition

    MOORE, Okla. – The Oklahoma Highway Patrol is asking for the public’s help regarding a crash that left a trooper in critical condition. Friday night, an OHP Trooper, who was assisting in a pursuit on I-35 just north of 27th Street, was struck by a vehicle as he was putting out stop sticks on the interstate. The trooper was identified as Lt. Heath Meyer, and he is currently in critical condition. OHP is asking for help in locating witnesses who […]