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  • “I just shot my wife,” Husband arrested for first degree murder in Midwest City

    MIDWEST CITY, Okla. – A man who called 911 Saturday morning and said, “I just shot my wife,” has been arrested. Officers responded to the scene near NE 15th and Douglas around 12:45 a.m. after being told a woman had been shot by her husband. When police arrived, they found 51-year-old Denise Moon inside her vehicle in the driveway with one gunshot wound to the chest. She was transported to the hospital where she later died. Her husband, Robert Moon, 49, […]

  • Oklahoma woman who mutilated corpse at funeral home found guilty

    TULSA, Okla. – The woman who was accused of mutilating her boyfriend’s lover’s body was found guilty Friday. Back in 2015, Shaynna Sims, 28, had faked being a funeral employee so she could get access to the body of her boyfriend’s lover while it was on display for viewing. At the funeral home, Sims stole the woman’s belongings. She also “slashed the woman’s face with a pocket knife,” removed a toe and breast from the deceased woman, and cut the woman’s […]

  • Trial underway for Tulsa woman accused of mutilating the deceased body of her boyfriend’s lover

    TULSA, Okla. – The trial for a woman accused of mutilating her boyfriend’s lover’s body is underway in Tulsa County. Back in 2015, Shaynna Sims, 28, pretended to be a funeral home employee so she could see the body of her boyfriend’s lover while on display for viewing. While she was there, Sims allegedly stole the woman’s belongings. It’s what she did to the body that is now being considered one of the most graphic cases jurors will hear in Tulsa […]

  • Andy Alligator’s Fun Park celebrating teachers with free entry, discount for family members

    NORMAN, Okla. – Andy Alligator’s Fun Park and Water Park is honoring teachers Saturday, April 22, in honor of Oklahoma Day. Teachers, with a valid ID, will receive a free All-Day Pass which includes access to the Go-Karts, Climbing Wall, Rookie Karts, Frog Hopper, Bumper Cars, Miniature Golf, 1 round of Laser Tag, and Kidz Zone. The free All-Day Pass is a $28.95 value! Teachers’ family members will also be offered a $5 discount on the All-Day Pass. “We want […]

  • Motorcyclists come together at Oklahoma City Memorial to pay tribute to lives lost, impacted

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Hundreds of motorcycle riders paid tribute to victims and those were impacted of the Oklahoma City Bombing as part of the 10th Annual Memorial Motorcycle Run. People from across the world rode to the Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum to reflect and remember. For many, it was not easy going back. Even after 22 years. “When I come down here, I can’t quit thinking about where I worked the most, or what area I was in,” said the Co-organizer […]

  • “Russ, I hate to tell you man, I’ll win it,” Harlem Globetrotter’s legend Geese Ausbie predicts one-on-one game with Westbrook

    GUTHRIE, Okla. – Cool weather and gray skies couldn’t dampen the spirit of enthusiastic crowds at the ’89er Celebration Parade in Guthrie. Harlem Globetrotters legend, Geese Ausbie, who’s also originally from Oklahoma, was the parade Marshal and a big hit. Pilot/reporter Jon Welsh kicked off the parade with a Bob Moore Chopper 4 flyover. Along with Ausbie and Welsh, NewsChannel 4’s Lance West and Joleen Chaney joined the parade fun on a stagecoach. In an interview with Ausbie, he talked basketball and […]

  • March for Science: Worldwide protests begin to support evidence

    Crowds of people are marching Saturday in the United States and around the world in support of science and evidence-based research in a protest fueled by opposition to President Donald Trump’s environmental and energy policies. Besides the main march in Washington, organizers said more than 600 “satellite” marches were due to take place globally in a protest timed to coincide with Earth Day. The march, whose beginnings reflect the viral birth of the Women’s March on Washington, has been billed […]

  • Happy Earth Day! Here’s what you can do to help the planet

    Happy Earth Day! The first Earth Day was held back in 1970. It helped generate support for the EPA and many environmental laws. Earth Day rallies are now held in worldwide, but many say there is still a lot of work to do. The March for Science, described as “the first step of a global movement to defend the vital role science plays in our health, safety, economies and governments,” was held across the world Saturday. Take a few minutes this […]

  • Center, right lanes reopen on I-44 southbound after accident

    UPDATE: The lanes have reopened. OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says that the center and right lanes of I-44 southbound, just north of I-40, are closed due to an accident. Drivers are encouraged to take it slow and avoid the area. Motorists may need to find an alternate route home.

  • Governor Mary Fallin had staff look into manslaughter case after request from sister-in-law

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Personal emails released from Governor Mary Fallin’s office show she asked a member of her legal staff to look into a case involving Robert Bates, the former Tulsa County Reserve Deputy found guilty of manslaughter, per request from her sister-in-law. According to the Tulsa World, 14 pages of personal emails were released by the governor’s office, and show Fallin talking with her sister-in-law, Jane Vanfossen, who is also a friend of Bates’ daughter, about the case. Bates was […]

  • Tornado Warning issued for Johnston County in SE Oklahoma

    The National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for Johnston County in southeast Oklahoma. The warning will remain in effect until 5:45 p.m. Heavy winds and hail are expected. Residents in the area should take their tornado precautions.