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  • Insurance officials: Storm victims in Elk City, Perkins being targeted by scam artists

    ELK CITY, Okla. – Insurance officials are warning storm victims to be vigilant following a series of complaints about suspicious phone calls. The Oklahoma Insurance Department’s Anti-Fraud Division says it has received complaints about suspicious phone calls to storm victims in Elk City and Perkins. Officials say the scammers falsely claim to represent several well-known insurance companies and demand to inspect the customer’s roof. Insurance officials say the callers refuse to take no for an answer. “These con artists are […]

  • Cooking with Kyle: Chilled strawberry and cantaloupe soup

    OKLAHOMA CITY – This soup is a fantastic appetizer for a Memorial Day gathering, or the perfect entrée for a hot summer night. It is easy, quick and with added garnish, quite impressive. Enjoy! 1 Cantaloupe, seeded and cut into small pieces 1.5 C Strawberries, tops removed and sliced 1/2 C Greek yogurt or sour cream 1 T honey 1 t ground ginger 1 T fresh lime juice (juice of 1/2 lime) Pinch salt Garnish: Fresh Mint leaves Thinly sliced Strawberries […]

  • “I made the 100 percent correct decision,” Kevin Durant talks about leaving OKC for Golden State

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A former Oklahoma City Thunder superstar says he made the right decision to leave the team last year. On July 4, Kevin Durant announced that he would be leaving the Thunder to join the Golden State Warriors. Following his decision, Durant was blasted by analysts for supposedly picking the team that provided him with the easiest road to a championship. As the Warriors continue to take on the San Antonio Spurs in the Western Conference Finals, Durant […]

  • Cherokee, Haskell counties approved for low-interest disaster loans

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Two Oklahoma counties are now eligible to receive disaster assistance as a result of severe weather. On Monday, Gov. Fallin announced that home and business owners in Cherokee and Haskell counties may receive a low-interest disaster loan from the U.S. Small Business Administration. The loans are meant to replace any property not covered by insurance that was damaged during storms from April 28 through May 2. During those storms, officials say at least 63 homes and businesses were […]

  • Bill that gives Oklahoma voters choice of Sunday liquor sales heads to governor’s desk

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A bill that would give voters a choice regarding liquor store sales on Sundays was approved by the House of Representatives. Senate Bill 211 by Sen. Stephanie Bice is meant to complement State Question 792, which voters approved in November to modernize the state’s alcohol laws. If it becomes law, each county would be able to ask its voters to weigh in on opening liquor stores on Sundays. “Again, this bill helps address a parity issue between […]

  • Port chief: Parents of girl snatched by sea lion allowed ‘reckless behavior’

    RICHMOND, British Columbia – It’s a shocking piece of video that has spread quickly across the Internet. Michael Fujiwara was sitting on a dock at the Steveston Fisherman’s Wharf in Richmond, British Columbia when the California sea-lion popped its head out of the water. Fujiwara grabbed his phone and started shooting video. He said the animal attracted a lot of attention, and a girl and her family came to the edge of the dock. “Her family started feeding the animal, and […]

  • Watch how strangers treat homeless man asking for directions before, after makeover

    DALLAS, Texas – A 70-year-old man, who goes by the name of Pops, has been living on the streets of Dallas for years. “I really never stopped to take time to figure out, you know, how much time and everything, but it’s been over, the last over 20 years,” Pops said. At one time, Pops used to work in maintenance and construction in California. When the work became scarce, Pops found himself living on the streets of Dallas. For the […]

  • Ohio mother accused of murdering two children to ‘save them from the evils of the world’

    DAYTON, Ohio – Residents in one Ohio community are stunned following the tragic murders of two young children. Police allege that 30-year-old Claudena Helton shot 8-year-old Khmorra and 6-year-old Kaiden on Thursday morning inside their home. According to a court affidavit, Helton admitted to shooting the children in the head to ‘save them from the evils of the world.’ “Ain’t no kids thing their mommy would do that, you know what I’m saying. To know that your mommy is your monster, […]

  • Ardmore coach charged after police receive phone with inappropriate text messages

    ARDMORE, Okla. – An Oklahoma coach has been charged with three felony counts of soliciting sexual communication with a minor by use of technology. Investigators say 31-year-old Virgil Harmon, Jr. allegedly began communicating with a female student at Admore High School beginning in September of last year. Authorities tell KXII that Harmon, who was a coach at the school, was arrested after a cell phone containing inappropriate text messages was turned over to police. Police say they are still investigating the […]

  • Police: Women damage several racks of merchandise during fight at Midwest City convenience store

    MIDWEST CITY, Okla. – Authorities in Midwest City are searching for three suspects who allegedly damaged several racks of merchandise at a convenience store. Investigators say it all began on May 17 when four women got into an argument inside the Circle K convenience store, located in the 5600 block of Tinker Diagonal. As the argument escalated, one woman pushed over a drink stand and was told to leave by employees at the store. A short time later, another woman walked into […]

  • “I thought he was going to kill me,” Emotional police interview with Tulsa officer Betty Shelby released

    TULSA, Okla. – Authorities have released the interview of an Oklahoma police officer moments after she fatally shot a man last year. Last year, a witness called 911 to say that a man was running away from an abandoned vehicle in the middle of the road. According to the witness, Terrence Crutcher kept saying the vehicle was going to blow up. Tulsa Police Officer Betty Shelby said once on scene, she cleared the vehicle and did not see anyone inside. […]