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  • Softball tournament raising money for scholarships in honor of little girl killed in Moore tornado 

    UPDATE: Tournament officials say the tournament will not be held Sunday, however, there will be a party at Buck Thomas Park from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. where they will continue to raffle items, have a concession and take donations. MOORE, Okla. – A softball tournament being held in Moore is raising money in honor of a little girl who was killed in the 2013 Moore tornado. Each year, the tournament, known as the “Play4Syd” Tournament, in honor of Sydney […]

  • Rainfall aiding containment of two largest Oklahoma wildfires

    OKLAHOMA – Rainfall is aiding firefighters’ efforts to contain two major wildfires in Oklahoma that have charred more than 350,000 acres. Forestry officials reported progress Saturday on the two largest wildfires burning in western Oklahoma – the Rhea Fire and the 34 Complex Fire. Rain will taper off Saturday with early indications of as much as 1″ on the 34 Complex Fire and greater than .50″ on the Rhea Fire, according to officials. Officials said the Rhea Fire in Dewey […]

  • One person taken to hospital after accident between church bus, vehicle in NW Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – One person was taken to the hospital Saturday after an accident between a church bus and vehicle in northwest Oklahoma City. Oklahoma City police say the accident happened near N.W. 10th and Kentucky. Police tell News 4 that 30 kids were on the church bus when the accident occurred. No one on the bus was injured, but one person from the vehicle, who police say is a minor, was taken to the hospital for minor injuries. Police […]

  • Crews battle church fire in northwest Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Crews battled a fire at a church in northwest Oklahoma City Saturday. Officials responded to the area near N.W. 19th St. and Meridian Ave. Heavy smoke was pouring from the church when crews arrived on scene. TAC 6: Vacant church fire at 2001 N Meridian. Heavy fire in sanctuary. No utilities to the structure. No injuries reported. Firefighters attacking the fire now. 5:28 p.m. — Oklahoma City Fire (@OKCFD) April 21, 2018 No injuries have been reported. […]

  • More than 60 grams of meth found during cell search at Oklahoma prison

    GRANITE, Okla. – More than 60 grams of methamphetamine were found at an Oklahoma prison. According to officials with the Oklahoma Department of Corrections, correctional officers discovered the meth during a cell search Thursday. Officials say 61.4 grams of meth were found at the Oklahoma State Reformatory in Granite. “Great job getting this out of the yard, COs!” officials said on Twitter. Our correctional officers at Oklahoma State Reformatory in Granite found this during a cell search yesterday – 61.4 […]

  • Rain doesn’t dampen the fun at ’89er Celebration Parade in Guthrie

    GUTHRIE, Okla. – The welcomed rain didn’t dampen the fun at the ‘89er Celebration Parade in Guthrie. Though rain gear and umbrellas were plentiful, people still came out for the sights and sounds. From majestic horses to marching bands, there was something for all ages to see and enjoy. Event officials say the rodeo has been rescheduled for Saturday, April 28.

  • ‘Mini-Me’ actor Verne Troyer dies at 49

    Verne Troyer, the actor best-known as ‘Mini-Me’ in the Austin Powers movies, has died. According to family members, Troyer died Saturday at age 49. TMZ reports that earlier this month, Troyer was taken to the hospital after “cops got a report he was drunk and suicidal, and was treated for possible alcohol poisoning.” Troyer struggled with alcoholism and went to rehab several times, TMZ reports. Family members say he was recently baptized surrounded by his family. “Depression and suicide are […]

  • Child, teen killed and others injured after vehicles crash near Broken Bow

    BROKEN BOW, Okla. – A child and teen were killed, along with several others injured, after two vehicles crashed Friday evening. Officials say the crash happened near Broken Bow Friday around 8:20 p.m. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says the 78-year-old driver of the first vehicle, along with his 6 passengers, was traveling northbound on US 259 when he attempted to turn left into a private drive. A second vehicle driven by a 26-year-old man was traveling southbound on US 259 […]

  • River Trail Relay for runners, cyclists and kayakers set for May 20

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The River Trail Relay for runners, cyclists and kayakers is coming to Oklahoma City in May. Participants can test their skills and endurance on the trail and the water at the relay. You can sign up as a team, or on your own and then be assigned teammates, and compete for the best time over three legs in the relay: a 5K run, a 12K bicycle ride and a short kayak course. An individual can compete in […]

  • Explosion at Oklahoma home sends two children to hospital

    ADA, Okla. – Two children were taken to the hospital after an explosion in Ada. Fire officials say the two children, a 9-year-old boy and an 11-year-old girl were playing with gasoline under a car port at a home when the explosion happened Thursday evening. “It was just loud, I was so scared, I didn’t know what was happening,” Neighbor Caitlyn Nail said. Neighbor Penny Davis said she rushed to help the 9-year-old boy after hearing him scream. “His skin […]

  • Love’s donates $32k in gas cards to Oklahoma volunteer firefighters battling wildfires

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Love’s Travel Stops is donating $32,000 in gas cards to Oklahoma volunteer firefighters battling wildfires in the western part of the state. “Of the countless stories we’ve heard of bravery and sacrifice in fighting the fires, we’ve also heard of volunteer firefighters using their own money to fuel the vehicles they use to battle the fires,” Love’s officials said. The donation will give 32 volunteer fire departments $1,000 in gas cards to continue to fuel vehicles used to […]