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  • Former Sen. Ralph Shortey to plead guilty to child sex trafficking

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The attorney for a former senator says his client will plead guilty to child sex trafficking. Ed Blau, the attorney for former Senator Ralph Shortey told News 4 Saturday his client will plead guilty to one count of child sex trafficking in exchange for his other counts, three child pornography charges, to be dropped. Back on March 9, the Moore Police Department was called to the Super 8 motel at 1520 N. Service Rd. for a runaway […]

  • Most popular Thanksgiving dishes by state

    OKLAHOMA – On Thanksgiving day, families across America will get together to chow down on some of their favorite dishes. Food company General Mills collected data from,, and from November 1 through Thanksgiving Day 2016 to find what recipes most families were looking for. So what’s your state’s most popular dish for Thanksgiving?

  • Manhunt ends for burglary suspect who shot at family

    POTTAWATOMIE COUNTY, Okla. – A manhunt has ended for a burglary suspect who shot at multiple people. Authorities tell News 4 Johnny Brown was located in Asher and is now in custody. Brown is accused of burglarizing from a home on Coker Road just before noon Thursday. It all started when a family member stopped by the home and saw Brown. “I got to thinking about it after I left. I thought, ‘this don’t add up. I better call John’s […]

  • 17-year-old arrested in deadly Tulsa shooting

    TULSA, Okla. – Tulsa police say a teen was arrested after allegedly shooting and killing a man. This would be Tulsa’s 75th homicide of the year. Fox 23 reports 17-year-old Phazon Scott and the 40-year-old victim got into an argument at a Tulsa home. During the argument, officials say Scott pulled out a gun and shot and killed the man in the living room. Scott left the scene in a getaway car and was later arrested. Officials are still investigating.

  • Mixed reactions after Governor Fallin vetoes “most of revised” budget bill

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Mary Fallin’s veto of most of the budget bill is causing mixed reactions. Fallin vetoed “most of the revised budget bill approved by legislators in special session” Friday night. She vetoed all but five of the 170 sections contained in the House Bill 1019X, that was passed by the Senate Friday morning by a vote of 29 to 14. “Fallin’s action keeps intact a $30 million emergency appropriation to the Department of Health, which will allow […]

  • Governor Fallin vetoes “most of revised” budget bill

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Mary Fallin vetoed “most of the revised budget bill approved by legislators in special session.” Governor Fallin said in a press release Friday evening that she kept part of the bill intact that temporarily “preserves funding for key health and human services until lawmakers return in another special session to approve long-term funding solutions.” “House Bill 1019X does not provide a long-term solution to the re-occurring budget deficits, and within three months we will come back facing […]

  • Chase ends in crash in Canadian County

    CANADIAN COUNTY, Okla. – Officials were involved in a high-speed chase in Canadian County. It ended in a crash near SW 29th and Cimarron Friday night around 10 p.m. The driver reached speeds of over 100 mph several times. Medics were called to the scene. The driver’s condition is unknown.

  • OHP: Oklahoma man dead after head-on collision in Pottawatomie County

    ASHER, Okla. – One man is dead after a head-on collision in Pottawatomie County. The incident happened Friday at 7:18 a.m. in Asher. OHP Troopers say 20-year-old Marshall McBride was traveling eastbound on State Highway 39 while 51-year-old William Von Frankovich was traveling westbound. McBride was “attempting to pass another vehicle in oncoming traffic,” according to an OHP report. That’s when McBride departed the roadway to the left and Frankovich departed to the right, both attempting to avoid hitting each […]

  • 88-year-old woman’s home gets free makeover thanks to Oklahoma high school baseball team

    CALERA, Okla. – An 88-year-old woman got a big surprise when the high school baseball team gave her home a free makeover. “It is wonderful and I am so proud of it, I may start crying,” said homeowner Wanda Lewis. “I’m alone and it just means everything to me, because if I had to do this out of pocket, I could not afford it.” Lewis told KXII she’s lived in her home for more than 30 years and has not been […]

  • Second annual Lights On Broadway returns to Automobile Alley

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The second annual Lights on Broadway event will return to Automobile Alley this weekend! Those who attend can enjoy complimentary carriage rides, visit Santa, watch live artists and musicians, as well as a series of outdoor holiday-themed short films, a live brass band, face painting, a s’more station with the Oklahoma City Professional Fire Fighters Association and more! The district’s retail shops and restaurants are creating “Vintage Christmas,” themed window displays and they’re also offering special deals […]

  • 4 Seniors: What to consider when donating your body to Science

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It’s a sign of change in our society. U.S. medical schools are seeing a surge in the number of people leaving their bodies to Science. An estimated 20,000 Americans donate their whole body after death, each year, to medical facilities throughout the country where the bodies are then used in medical research projects, anatomy lessons and surgical practice. Some see it as a way to eliminate funeral and burial costs, as well as helping to advance medical […]