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  • Shelley Duncan

    Report: Tishomingo teacher accused of lewd acts is still being paid by district

    TISHOMINGO, Okla. – A community is wondering why a teacher who is accused of lewd acts with a child is still getting paid. State agents arrested 48-year-old Shelley Jo Duncan, accusing her of having inappropriate contact with a 14-year-old boy. Court documents obtained by NewsChannel 4 detail their alleged relationship. “U have no idea what u mean to me,” Duncan wrote the boy, according to the affidavit. “I’m here for the rest of ur life…I can’t imagine my life [without] […]

  • Members of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe and their supporters gather in a circle in the center of camp to hear speakers and singers, at a protest encampment near Cannon Ball, North Dakota where members of the tribe and their supporters have gathered to voice their opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL), September 3, 2016.
Drive on a state highway along the Missouri River, amid the rolling hills and wide prairies of North Dakota, and you'll come across a makeshift camp of Native Americans -- united by a common cause. Members of some 200 tribes have gathered here, many raising tribal flags that flap in the unforgiving wind. Some have been here since April, their numbers fluctuating between hundreds and thousands, in an unprecedented show of joint resistance to the nearly 1,200 mile-long Dakota Access oil pipeline. / AFP / Robyn BECK        (Photo credit should read ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images)

    Sen. Bernie Sanders asking President Obama to halt North Dakota pipeline for full review

    BISMARCK, N.D. – Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and four other Democratic senators are asking President Barack Obama to halt construction of the four-state Dakota Access pipeline until a full environmental review can be completed. In a statement, the senators said Thursday the request is due to a federal appeals court denying the Standing Rock Sioux’s motion for a temporary work stoppage in southern North Dakota within 20 miles of Lake Oahe. The feds stopped construction on land bordering and under the […]

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    Oklahoma City police cracking down on speeders along Lake Hefner Parkway

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City police say they are planning to crackdown on speeders along the Lake Hefner Parkway. Officers say drivers tend to go way too fast along the parkway, referring to it as the “Hefner Raceway.” In an effort to crack down on reckless driving, police say they will be stepping up their traffic enforcement along the parkway. Authorities say they will also be looking for drivers who follow too closely, make improper lane changes and other reckless […]

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    Troopers forced to close down interstate after chase ended in crash

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An early morning chase that ended in a crash caused authorities to shut down a busy highway. On Friday morning, troopers were trying to stop a driver suspected of driving under the influence. However, they say the driver kept heading westbound on I-40, nearly hitting a semi-truck. Troopers then performed a tactical maneuver, causing the driver to hit a wall and roll over on the highway near I-40 and I-35. Crews were able to get the driver […]

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    Three injured following high-speed chase in Warr Acres

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A high-speed chase through Warr Acres sent three people to the hospital. Authorities say it was around 2 a.m. when police tried to pull over a stolen car. Instead, the driver took off and led officers on a high-speed chase. Officials say speeds reached over 100 miles per hour before the car crashed into a tree near N.W. 63rd St. and Lyrewood. All three people inside the vehicle were injured and taken to the hospital. “At least […]

  • Joe Mixon

    Civil lawsuit against OU running back being moved to Oklahoma federal court

    NORMAN, Okla. – A civil lawsuit against an OU running back will play out in an Oklahoma courtroom. In July, Amelia Molitor filed a civil suit against Mixon for negligence following a confrontation in a Norman deli two years earlier. Molitor filed the suit in California because Mixon’s permanent address is there. Her attorneys claim she can’t get a fair trial in the Sooner State because of “the importance placed on the Oklahoma football program.” “There are plenty of cases […]

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    Judge sentences man to probation after he admits to raping 12-year-old girl

    BILLINGS, Mont. – A Montana man who admitted to raping a 12-year-old girl will not be sent to prison. According to KRTV, 40-year-old Martin Joseph Blake reached a plea agreement with the prosecutor in the case. The plea agreement was 100 years in state prison with 75 of those years suspended. The Courier reports that Blake pleaded guilty to one count of incest, and several other counts were dismissed. However, Judge John McKeon ordered Blake to 30 years suspended. He […]

  • A Green Bay Police officer's act of kindness has gone viral.

    Teenager confesses to stealing crackers from store, stunned by officer’s act of kindness

    GREEN BAY, Wis. – A teenager caught stealing from a store was given a helping hand instead of a citation. According to WGBA, Green Bay Officer Roman Trimberger was called to a gas station for a reported theft. Authorities say the 19-year-old man stole crackers from a gas station. After taking the crackers, he felt guilty about it and went back to pay for them. The store’s manager called police and the 19-year-old man waited for officers to arrive. The […]

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    First grader being bullied for her appearance finds help in unlikely place

    TAMPA, Fla. – Bullying is an issue that is wreaking havoc on school districts across the country. While many districts are trying to find a way of dealing with bullies in the classroom, one little girl in Florida found help in an unlikely place. Hailey Morrissey was in first grade when severe plaque psoriasis spread across her body, WFLA reports. Soon, other students began bullying her about her appearance. “I just didn’t feel pretty,” she recalled. A short time later, Morrissey […]

  • Family witnesses shooting and killing of Quavis Cato.

    “I just keep seeing it over and over again,” Oklahoma woman witnesses fiance’s murder

    TULSA, Okla. – Authorities in Louisiana arrested a 20-year-old man who is accused of murdering a Tulsa man earlier this week. Police say 20-year-old Joe Johnson shot and killed 25-year-old Quavis Cato on Monday in broad daylight. Family members told KJRH that Cato’s fiancée, Karen, and her sister witnessed the murder. “His last words to me were, ‘Baby, you’re going to be OK and I love you,” Karen told KJRH. Family members allege that Johnson shot Cato around 12 times before […]

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    “That’s cute,” Russell Westbrook responds for what could be the last time about Golden State’s Kevin Durant

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It seems Russell Westbrook is done talking about Kevin Durant. In July, forward Kevin Durant announced that he would be leaving the Thunder to join the Golden State Warriors. His departure sent shockwaves throughout the entire NBA community. After switching sides and moving to the West Coast, Durant has been asked a lot about his new team. Last week, the superstar was criticized by ESPN’s Steven A. Smith for comments he made about the difference between Golden […]