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  • Dietitians stress eating properly before Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon

    OKLAHOMA CITY – With the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon just weeks away, dietitians have some advice for the youngest runners. Dietitians stress that protein helps build your muscles, while whole gains give you the energy you need to finish the race. Dairy products help provide calcium to build strong bones, while fruits and vegetables have important vitamins and minerals to keep you healthy. Try avoid eating high fat and high sugar foods. Focus on drinking water before, during and after […]

  • Tulsa police release dashcam video of shooting suspect being run over by patrol car

    Warning: Video contains graphic content that may be disturbing to some viewers. TULSA, Okla. – Tulsa police have released dash cam video of a suspect being run over by a patrol car during a pursuit. Authorities say 21-year-old Madison Dickson was wanted for a string of gun-related crimes, including shooting one man in the head and shooting a woman in the arm during an attempted carjacking. Prosecutors charged Dickson with shooting with intent to kill, two counts of assault with a […]

  • Officials: Personal information of 430,000 Oklahomans accessed during security breach

    OKLAHOMA CITY – State officials say that a security breach has affected a website application used by 10 states, including Oklahoma. Users who think their information may have been compromised due to this breach can contact AJLA at AJLAincidentresponse@AJLA.net. Click here for more information on the breach.

  • Officials: Personal information of 430,000 Oklahomans accessed during security breach

    OKLAHOMA CITY – State officials say that a security breach has affected a website application used by 10 states, including Oklahoma. The compromised database and web application is used by several states to coordinate federal unemployment and workforce development programs. Officials say the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission and the Office of Workforce Development use the web application, but say the JobLink system is not linked to any other State of Oklahoma systems. American Job Link Alliance, the company that manages […]

  • Agency officials: Budget cut to Oklahoma DHS would result in “terrible to the unthinkable” scenarios

    OKLAHOMA CITY – As Oklahoma lawmakers are still trying to find a way to come up with nearly $900 million to cover a budget shortfall, state agencies are bracing for the worst. Recently, lawmakers asked each state agency to think about how it would handle a nearly 15 percent budget reduction, should it come to that. The Oklahoma Department of Human Services says the “reduction scenarios at almost every level depicted can be accurately described as ranging from the terrible to […]

  • 4 Our Veterans: Agency hosting ‘Veterans Education Fair’

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Veterans across Oklahoma have a great opportunity to advance their education with the help of the Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs. On Thursday, the department is hosting the Veterans Education Fair to help veterans, national guardsmen and reserves to visit with different Oklahoma universities and colleges. Members of the Oklahoma National Guard may take advantage of a program that waives all fees for in-state tuition. The 2017 Veterans Education Fair is being held from 4 p.m. to […]

  • Texas teenager arrested after allegedly making up kidnapping, sexual assault story

    DENISON, Texas- A Texas teenager has been arrested after she admitted to making up a story about being kidnapped and sexually assaulted. On March 8, investigators with the Denison Police Department received a call from a man who said his fiance, 18-year-old Breana Harmon Talbott, was missing. The man told police that Talbott’s car had been found in the parking lot of an apartment complex. When officers arrived, they discovered the driver’s door was open, one shoe was on the […]

  • Russell Westbrook makes NBA history with perfect performance

    OKLAHOMA CITY – During Wednesday night’s game, Oklahoma City Thunder’s Russell Westbrook made a case for why he should be considered the most valuable player in the NBA. In addition to recording his 35th triple-double of the season, Westbrook also made NBA history. Despite only playing 28 minutes, he was perfect from the free throw line and from the field. Westbrook finished the night with 18 points, 11 rebounds, and 14 assists to lead OKC to the win and improve […]

  • Utah man killed in London terror attack, wife remains hospitalized

    LONDON – An American was identified as one of the victims who died following Wednesday’s terror attack in London. Relatives tell FOX 13 that Kurt and Melissa Cochran were caught in the attack on the Westminster Bridge. Family members say the couple from Utah was visiting Melissa’s parents and had been enjoying a “dream vacation” over the past week. Kurt Cochran died from his injuries on Thursday morning, and Melissa remains hospitalized with several broken bones. “Our family is heartbroken to […]

  • Health officials: 4 more Oklahomans die from the flu, including young child

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Four Oklahomans have died from the flu virus in the last week, according to health officials. On Thursday, the Oklahoma State Department of Health announced that 68 people have died as a result of the flu this season. Four of those deaths occurred within the last week, including a child who was younger than 4-years-old. Officials say residents in Tulsa County has been hardest hit by the flu this season, leading to 18 deaths in that county. […]

  • Chickasaw Nation helping families in need with free food this summer

    NOBLE, Okla. – Children who receive free or reduced school meals may be eligible for free food this summer through a program offered by the Chickasaw Nation. Chickasaw Nation Nutrition Services is accepting applications for the summer Electronic Benefit Transfer for children program. The program supplements the lack of school meals during the summer months by providing families with $30 worth of food per child per month. Program officials say only half of all eligible families tend to apply, adding […]