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  • Jury finds Anthony Palma guilty of first-degree murder in Kirsten Hatfield case

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The man accused of kidnapping and killing Kirsten Hatfield, 57-year-old Anthony Palma, was found guilty of first-degree murder by a jury Friday afternoon. The jury deliberated for one hour and 15 minutes. They recommend life without parole for Palma. Palma’s sentencing hearing will be held November 27 at 9 a.m. Hatfield disappeared in the middle of the night back in May of 1997 from her Midwest City home. At the time, she was just 8-years-old. Although authorities […]

  • Prosecutor: Death row inmate set free due to mental illness

    CRAWFORD COUNTY, Ark. — An Arkansas death row inmate has walked free after spending nearly two decades in prison. Officials say Rickey Dale Newman was convicted of capital murder after he confessed to killing a woman in 2001. In a surprising twist, Special Prosecutor Ron Fields filed a two-page letter, telling the court that the case against Newman should be dismissed. Fields says there is not enough evidence to move forward with a retrial and Newman’s mental illnesses are ultimately […]

  • Oklahoma police department investigating Facebook post from officer’s page

    VERDIGRIS, Okla. – An Oklahoma police officer is accused of posting a racist comment on social media, and now department officials are speaking out about the post. The post regarding the NFL protests came from the Facebook account of a Verdigris police officer. “Precisely why I don’t watch NFL bunch of f****** over paid greasy headed moon crickets expecting everything for nothing!! It would make my day to b**** slap the Jerry juice outta every one of em’s hair!! F*** […]

  • Norman police: Chase comes to an end after alleged suspect strikes curb

    NORMAN, Okla. – A chase through city streets ended when a stolen car struck a curb in Del City. Shortly before 9 a.m., dispatchers with the Norman Police Department received a call about a stolen vehicle near 12th and Alameda. A short time later, officers spotted the stolen vehicle and attempted to conduct a traffic stop. However, the driver refused to pull over and led officers on a chase through city streets. Investigators say the chase came to an abrupt […]

  • Fans to receive refund after Post Malone fails to show for Stillwater concert

    STILLWATER, Okla. – A popular venue in Stillwater announced that several patrons will receive a refund after a rap artist didn’t show up for an advertised show. Several fans traveled to Tumbleweed Dancehall in Stillwater to watch Post Malone perform on Wednesday night. Let's clear all this up. Coming straight from the source. Post Malone will be at the Tumbleweed/Stillwater after his OKC set tonight. — #StillLitty (@StillLitty) October 11, 2017 However, fans were left disappointed when he never showed […]

  • Six years later: $10,000 reward offered for information in Carina Saunders case

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It has been six years since an Oklahoma teenager was brutally murdered and dismembered, and authorities are hoping that a reward will lead to information on the case. On Oct. 13, 2011, officers were called to the Homeland store on N.W. 23rd St. after receiving numerous reports of a foul odor. When they arrived, investigators found a black bag with a severed human head and other dismembered body parts inside it. Shortly after the discovery, authorities learned […]

  • Emotional testimony continues in cold case disappearance of Kirsten Hatfield

    OKLAHOMA CITY – As the minutes ticked by, the testimony became more emotional for the family of Kirsten Hatfield to hear Thursday. Hatfield disappeared in the middle of the night back in May of 1997 from her Midwest City home. At the time, she was just 8 years old. Although authorities searched the area, Hatfield was never seen again. Officers found a pair of her panties with blood on them in the backyard and some trace amounts of blood on the partially […]

  • Oklahoma organization struggling to transport supplies to Puerto Rico

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma organization says it has been overwhelmed with support following a devastating hurricane. After Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico, the island was devastated with flooding and strong winds. The death toll from the storm has risen to 45, and at least 113 people remain unaccounted for, according to Karixia Ortiz, a spokeswoman for Puerto Rico’s Department of Public Safety. Three weeks later, most of the island is left without basic services such as power and […]

  • Officers help man with broken hip finish Chicago Marathon

    CHICAGO, Ill. – It is pretty common for runners to experience a bit of pain while completing a marathon. For Edward Hensley, that sharp pain was the sign of something seriously wrong. “At mile 24, unfortunately, I felt something that, to be honest with you, I’ve never felt before in my life,” Hensley told WBBM. “I couldn’t move. I had to sit down on the ground. I tried to get up, but I couldn’t.” While on the ground, Chicago Police […]

  • Jason Aldean to perform in Tulsa for the first time since Las Vegas shooting

    TULSA, Okla. – For the first time since the worst mass shooting in the nation’s history, a country star will take the stage. Jason Aldean was performing at the Route 91 concert in Las Vegas when a gunman opened fire on the crowd. In all, 59 people were killed and more than 500 others were wounded. After the shooting, Aldean announced that he was canceling several shows out of respect for the victims. His first time back on stage will […]

  • Equifax looking into another possible breach involving Malware

    NEW YORK – After announcing that more Americans were affected by a major hack earlier this month, a credit reporting agency may have been targeted by hackers again. Last month, Equifax announced that a security breach released information of approximately 143 million customers including names, birth dates, Social Security numbers, addresses and possibly even driver’s license numbers. Equifax said it discovered the breach on July 29, and believe the unauthorized access occurred from mid-May through July. Following that initial announcement, […]