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  • Oklahoma man shot, killed after allegedly taking woman hostage

    CHOCTAW COUNTY, Okla. – Authorities are investigating a bizarre case involving a shooting and a hostage situation. Just after 1 p.m. on Thursday, the Choctaw County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call about a shooting. When deputies arrived at the scene, located in the 200 block of Washington St. in Boswell, they found the body of 51-year-old Jackie Lewis Allen, Jr. Authorities say Allen appeared to have been shot and killed outside of the home. Deputies soon learned that the […]

  • Missing Oklahoma airman brought home after more than 50 years

    CLAREMORE, Okla. – After more than 50 years, an Oklahoma airman is back home. In 1966, Air Force Col. Martin Ronald Scott was reported missing during the Vietnam War.  Officials say Scott was assigned a mission over North Vietnam when his aircraft exploded. At the time, the 34-year-old airman was declared missing in action. He remained that way for 50 years until a recovery effort helped identify his remains through DNA and dental records. The remains of a Vietnam War […]

  • “It is tragic,” Oklahoma City police give more details on fatal shooting of man who was deaf

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Officials with the Oklahoma City Police Department say the investigation into the deadly shooting involving an officer is still ongoing. On Tuesday night, officers were responding to a hit-and-run accident  near S.E. 57th St. and Stiles, and witnesses led them to the suspect’s vehicle at a home  in the 200 block of S.E. 57th St. Oklahoma City Police Lt. Matthew Lindsey went by the house and spotted 35-year-old Magdiel Sanchez holding a large pipe in his right hand. […]

  • Heartwarming: Oklahoma officer rescues student’s homework

    DEL CITY, Okla. – When you’re in trouble, you may reach for your phone and call for a police officer. However, one Oklahoma officer didn’t need to be called before stopping to help a student in a battle with Mother Nature. Officials at Del City Elementary School say as a child was getting off the bus, his homework went flying in the wind. Immediately, a Del City police officer flashed his lights and got out of his patrol car to […]

  • Medical examiner: Local entertainer’s death at staged wrestling event listed as accident

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma State Medical Examiner’s Office released more information about an Oklahoma man’s death at a staged wrestling event. Authorities say 25-year-old William Ogletree was severely injured last month while promoting a wrestling tournament called ‘Battle of Legends in OKC.” Officials say he was injured while performing a maneuver called the “spine buster” during the staged wrestling event at the Blue Note Lounge. He was rushed to a nearby hospital in critical condition and was put on […]

  • Hungry? UberEats now available in Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It has probably happened to you a time or two- you’re hungry but there’s not enough time to go out to eat. Now, a new service is allowing you to get exactly what you want delivered to your doorstep. On Thursday morning, UberEATS officially launched in Oklahoma City. The free app allows Oklahoma City residents to order food from over 80 restaurants and have it delivered to your doorstep. Organizers say you can either use the UberEATS […]

  • Officials: Several Oklahoma City teachers to shift schools during annual ‘rebalancing process’

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Teachers at several Oklahoma City schools may be moved to a different location to help with staffing issues. Many school districts across the state were struggling to fill open positions after hundreds of teachers left the profession during the summer. At the start of the school year, officials announced that Oklahoma districts were scrambling to fill hundreds of vacancies Now, Oklahoma City officials say teachers and staff members at several schools may be moving to schools where […]

  • Victims hold alleged auto burglary suspect for police after catching him in the act

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Several Oklahoma City residents took matters into their own hands after realizing their cars had been targeted by an alleged thief. On Sept. 20, officers were called to an apartment complex in the 800 block of N. Meridian Ave. after a man said that he had detained an auto burglary suspect. When police arrived at the scene, they spotted a group of people holding on to 27-year-old Austin Reeves. One of the victims told police that he […]

  • Police: Man arrested on several charges after barbershop brawl

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma man is facing an array of charges after he started a fight in a local barber shop. On Wednesday, officers were called to the Kickback Barber Shop, located in the 800 block of  W. Britton Rd., following a reported assault. Witnesses told 911 dispatchers that a man was fighting inside the barber shop and someone had been thrown through a window. When police arrived at the scene, they realized the front window of the barber shop was […]

  • OU President David Boren announces plans to retire

    NORMAN, Okla. – We’re now learning more about an ‘important announcement’ regarding the future of the University of Oklahoma. On Wednesday morning, the university said that OU President David Boren would make an announcement about the university’s future, and many began speculating about what that announcement could be. Hundreds packed into the Holmberg Hall auditorium to hear the announcement on Wednesday afternoon, and gave Boren a standing ovation when he came on to the stage. Boren, 76, thanked Oklahomans and the […]

  • No foul play suspected after man’s body found outside car along I-40

    SHAWNEE, Okla. -Authorities say they have identified a man whose body was found outside a car near a busy interstate earlier this week. On Monday morning, investigators were called to a vehicle near I-40 and Hwy 177 near a construction zone. Officials tell KFOR that a construction worker spotted the vehicle and went to get a closer look when he noticed a body near the car. Authorities have identified the man as 32-year-old Daniel Treece. Officials say foul play is […]