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    Officials: Thieves rob woman of jewelry worth $60,000

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities are searching for a pair of thieves who may have gotten away with jewelry worth more than most cars. On Nov. 22, officers were called to the Grouss Run Apartment after learning about a robbery. The victim told police that the tire light on her car was on, so she decided to pull into the apartment complex’s parking lot to make sure her tires were OK. When she got out to look at her tires, two […]

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    “I have so much love for this state,” Former OU star Buddy Hield talks about how Thunder fans affected his game

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The last few home games for the Oklahoma City Thunder have not only been successful for the team, but have also served as a welcome home to some notable faces in the NBA. Last week, the Thunder faced the Washington Wizards and their head coach, Scott Brooks. Brooks spent seven seasons with the Thunder before being let go nearly two years ago. However, Thunder fans welcomed Brooks back with open arms and a standing ovation. On Sunday, […]

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    Sandy Hook parents release eye-opening PSA in hopes of preventing future school shootings

    NEWTOWN, Conn. – A group of parents who are still reeling from the loss of their children say they want to try and spare other young lives from the same tragic end. In 2012, 20 elementary school children and six adults were killed when a gunman walked into their classroom at Sandy Hook Elementary School. After mourning the loss of their children, the parents of those killed decided to come together for a cause- to prevent future school shootings. The […]

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    Authorities searching for man who allegedly burglarized Oklahoma deputy’s home

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A sheriff’s deputy says he was targeted by a thief recently while he was at work. On Nov. 7, officers were called to a home in the 7400 block of N.W. 7th St. after receiving a call from a security alarm company. When police arrived, they found the front door open and the back door was kicked in. The homeowner, who is a Grady County Sheriff’s deputy, arrived and immediately checked to make sure that all of […]

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    Oklahoma authorities search for serial arsonist

    PONCA CITY, Okla. – Authorities in Kay County are searching for a convicted arsonist who failed to appear in court. In 2015, officials say 21-year-old Daniel Caleb Beaty was convicted of 26 counts of felony arson in Cherokee County. According to the Tahlequah Daily Press, Beaty confessed that he had set 40 fires in the past couple of years in the Tahlequah area. He accepted a plea deal and was sentenced to five years in prison and eight years suspended. […]

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    Police: Man suspected of driving drunk hit Oklahoma police chief head-on

    CHATTANOOGA, Okla. – An Oklahoma police chief is recovering after being hit head-on by another vehicle. According to KSWO, the Chattanooga police chief was traveling on Hwy 36 when an oncoming vehicle swerved and hit him head-on on Saturday. The police chief was taken to the hospital, where he was treated and released. Troopers say the driver of the car that hit him was arrested at the scene for suspicion of driving under the influence.

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    Four resign from Oklahoma veterans center after patient found with maggots in wound

    TALIHINA, Okla. – Four people have resigned after a patient at an Oklahoma veterans facility was found with maggots in his wound. The Tulsa World reports that 73-year-old Owen Reese Peterson died on Oct. 3 at the Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs Talihina facility. Agency director Myles Deering told the newspaper that Peterson came to the facility with an infection. Before his death, officials with the department say maggots were found in his wound. However, they say they did not […]

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    Norman hosting public forum regarding body cameras for police officers

    NORMAN, Okla. – Officers in Norman may soon be outfitted with body cameras in the coming months. On Monday evening, the Norman Police Department will host a community forum regarding the department’s plan to implement body-worn cameras. Officers will explain the policy and procedure for use of the cameras, the plan for implementation and to answer questions about the cameras. The community forum will be held in the City Council Chambers, located at 201 W. Gray St., beginning at 6 […]

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    4 your garden: Bringing the outdoors in for Christmas

    OKLAHOMA CITY –  It is officially December, so many people already have some Christmas decorations around the house. However, you may be wondering how to add that special touch to bring the season into your home. If you have pine cones one a tree, you can use those for quick and beautiful decorations. Gardening guru Linda Vater stopped by our studios with some crafty ideas that the whole family will enjoy. Check out Vater’s gardening pictures, ideas and recipes on […]

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    Oklahoma City Zoo says goodbye to beloved dwarf goat

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Employees at the Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden had to say goodbye to a familiar face. On Friday, the zoo announced that a 7-year-old Nigerian dwarf goat named Perry had to be euthanized. The announcement says that Perry was in a lot of pain from obstructive urinary stones that could not be removed without further health complications. Zoo staff say Perry was a popular figure in the Children’s Zoo area and was known for his trouble-making […]

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    Investigators: Man’s computer set up to automatically download, share child pornography

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma City man was arrested after he allegedly shared child pornography with a sheriff’s deputy in Canadian County. Investigators with the Canadian County Sheriff’s Office were conducting an investigation into child pornography being shared from a computer in Oklahoma City. Authorities eventually tracked it down to 51-year-old Angelo John’s home. Officials learned that John allegedly had a computer set up to download and share child pornography automatically while he was at work. “When my investigators [told […]