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  • Two teens disappeared from Daytona Beach, Fl.

    Family believes foul play may have led to teens’ disappearance at sea

    DAYTON BEACH, Fla. – Two teens who disappeared almost one year ago after going on a fishing trip have not been found. Perry Cohen and Austin Stephanos, who were both 14 years old at the time, vanished on July 24, 2015 while on a fishing trip. The teens were last seen on Friday around Jupiter, Florida, when they bought $110 worth of fuel before setting out on their trip. One of their grandmothers contacted the Coast Guard four hours later […]

  • Eh Wah

    ACLU launches investigation after $53,000 meant for charity seized from driver

    MUSKOGEE, Okla. – An investigation has been launched into the Muskogee County Sheriff’s Office and the Muskogee County District Attorney’s office after a case gained national attention. Eh Wah has been a citizen of the United States for 10 years and spends his time managing a Christian band and raising money for charity. Recently, he was stopped for a broken tail light in Muskogee. “They let him off with a warning for the tail light. They were evidently looking for something […]

  • Capture

    Norman police searching for three suspects in road rage brawl

    NORMAN, Okla. – Police said road rage led to a fight at a busy intersection in Norman and charges being filed against three men. It was on Sunday around 4 p.m. when a driver witnessed something out-of-place at the intersection of Interstate Dr. and Robinson. “The victim had noticed there was a truck full of teenagers that were yelling obscenities and trying to get the attention of a woman that was driving a Camaro,” Sarah Jensen, Norman public information officer, […]

  • Two oilfield workers arrested for violent armed robbery at casino

    Two oilfield workers arrested following violent robbery at Oklahoma casino

    CALUMET, Okla. – Authorities say two men were recently arrested in connection with an armed robbery at a casino. Officials with the Canadian County Sheriff’s Office say 31-year-old Kenneth Oliver and 33-year-old Marcus McKinney were taken into custody on Wednesday on charges of armed robbery with a firearm. Deputies say the pair from out-of-state was living in Calumet while working for an oilfield service company. Investigators claim Oliver and McKinney drove to Lucky Star Casino and McKinney allegedly pulled a […]

  • Pothole celebrates milestone

    Man gets city’s attention by throwing ‘birthday party’ for massive pothole

    JACKSON, Miss. – Oklahoma drivers know a thing or two about potholes, but one Mississippi man got so fed up with the nuisance that he decided to get the city’s attention in a unique way. “After 14 calls to 311, I thought it was time to do something different,” said Eddie Prosser. Prosser says a huge pothole in the middle of his residential street has been a nightmare for drivers. Prosser told WJTV that the pothole appeared about 16 months […]

  • Edmond North High School

    Vandals target Edmond North High School

    EDMOND, Okla. – High school officials arrived to find graffiti spray painted on the side of an Edmond school early Thursday morning. The graffiti was painted on the outside walls of the Fine Arts building at Edmond North High School. District officials say the vandals spray painted a profanity on one wall in red paint. On the other wall, the vandals allegedly spray painted the words “Oklahoma Rebels” and a graphic image. Susan Parks-Schlepp, the director of public information for […]

  • Justin Blackmon

    Former OSU standout Justin Blackmon pleads guilty to DUI

    ARDMORE, Okla. – A former Oklahoma State standout has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of driving under the influence, according to reports. TMZ reports that former NFL wide receiver Justin Blackmon pleaded guilty to misdemeanor DUI following his arrest in December in Ardmore. According to records from the Carter County Jail, Justin Blackmon was arrested for driving under the influence. It was his second arrest since he was indefinitely suspended by the Jacksonville Jaguars. Blackmon was suspended in 2013 for […]

  • Downtown Oklahoma City

    New comedy centering around Oklahoma City slated to air on Bravo

    OKLAHOMA CITY – When you think of your favorite television shows, they probably center around places like New York City or somewhere in California. However, a new unscripted series is heading straight for the heartland. On Wednesday, Bravo Media announced the show “Oklahoma City” would be joining its lineup. “Oklahoma City is known for its oil rigs, tornadoes and multitude of churches, but this group of hilarious friends is changing the way the winds come sweeping down the Plains. In […]

  • OG&E

    OG&E seeking to raise utility rates for customers across the state

    OKLAHOMA CITY – With summer just around the corner, some Oklahomans already have their air conditioning turned on in their homes. As the temperatures rise, so do the electric bills for many Oklahomans across the state. However, you may be paying even more if a proposal by OG&E is approved. Recently, Oklahoma Gas & Electric told customers that it wanted to raise its utility rates, which would account for an extra $7.22 per month on the average residential customer’s bill. Overall, the Norman […]

  • Zelder Williams

    Oklahoma City woman arrested for stabbing death of woman

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma City woman is behind bars after police say she stabbed another woman on Wednesday night. Around 9:40 p.m., officers were called to the 5700 block of S. Agnew after learning about a stabbing. When they arrived, they found 50-year-old Malinda Brown critically injured. Investigators learned Brown and 49-year-old Zelder Williams were involved in a fight and Brown was stabbed. Brown died on Thursday morning from her injuries. Williams was arrested last night and booked into […]

  • Trash or treasure

    Sentimental value plays a big role in painting passed down through five generations

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A few pieces that were passed down through the generations are worth more sentimentally than on the open market. A print of a cow by artist FC Murphy was mass-produced, but it is still collectible. It would likely be sold for $25 to $35 on the open market. Another chromolitograph that has been in the same family for five generations brought a little bit of light and color to 19th century homes. The painting  would likely be […]