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  • “It broke my heart,” Texas woman rescues dog left to die on side of road

    SHERMAN, Texas – A Texas woman says she couldn’t believe what she saw while driving down a rural road in Grayson County. “It broke my heart,” Denise Stokes told KTEN. “I found her and saw her laying on the ground, and her back legs were still duct-taped. The tape around her mouth and front legs had already been removed, but she couldn’t walk because they were crisscrossed together, taped up.” Stokes says she recognized the dog as a stray in […]

  • Two arrested in beating death of Oklahoma man

    ALVA, Okla. – Authorities say two men have been arrested in connection with an Oklahoma man’s death. On Oct. 4, officers found 49-year-old Dustin Goodrich badly beaten inside his Alva home. Goodrich was rushed to a nearby hospital, where he later died from his injuries. More than two months after Goodrich’s death, agents with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation announced that two arrests have been made in the case. On Wednesday, agents arrested 46-year-old Brian Poggemeyer for second-degree murder. Authorities […]

  • Oklahoma man rushed to hospital after being shot in the face

    CHICKASHA, Okla. – An Oklahoma man was rushed to a nearby hospital after investigators say he had been shot in the face. Around 9:52 a.m. on Dec. 7, officers with the Chickasha Police Department were called to a shooting at a motel along S. 4th St. When police arrived at the scene, they found 24-year-old Austin Brooks suffering from a close range gunshot wound to his face. Investigators learned that Brooks and several friends were in a room at the […]

  • Officials: Southbound I-35 narrowed due to hole in bridge

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Drivers in Oklahoma City may need to take a detour on Friday morning after crews found a hole in a bridge. The Oklahoma Department of Transportation says the left lane of southbound I-35 is closed between Wilshire Blvd. and N.E. 63rd St. until 4 p.m. on  Friday. Crews learned that there was an 8 inch by 6 inch hole in the 63rd St. bridge that was affecting traffic. Officials say that ramps remain open, but drivers should […]

  • Oklahoma principal recognized with prestigious award

    EDMOND, Okla. – An Oklahoma principal received quite a surprise on Thursday in what is called the ‘Oscars for teaching.’ Debreon Davis, the principal at Edmond North High School, was given the Milken Educator Award and $25,000. Davis has only been at Edmond North for a few months, but was an assistant principal at Edmond Memorial before moving schools. She is credited with promoting the ‘STEM’ program at the school by including the arts in curriculum. The national award is […]

  • 100 killed in USS Oklahoma in Pearl Harbor identified

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  • Man arrested for child neglect after allegedly playing joke on kids

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma man was taken into custody after he says he played a joke on a couple of children. On Dec. 6, officers were called to the area of S.W. 29th St. and I-44 after someone called 911 to report children walking on the interstate. According to the arrest affidavit, police spotted two small children walking along I-44. The report states that the children were hungry so officers took them to get something to eat from a […]

  • American Airlines announces new nonstop flight from Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – If the cold temperatures have you dreaming about a warm summer vacation, you now have an easier option to get away. On Thursday, American Airlines announced that it will begin nonstop service from Oklahoma City to Phoenix, Arizona beginning on April 3. “We are thrilled to see American continue expanding in the market,” says Mark Kranenburg, airports director.  “American has a long history in Oklahoma City and we anticipate that the additional service will only strengthen its […]

  • Police: Alleged burglary suspect changed into victim’s clothes before leaving scene

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities in Oklahoma City are searching for clues following a home burglary. Officials with the Oklahoma City Police Department say they were called to a home in the 1100 block of N.W. 46th St. following a break-in. Investigators say the homeowner had security cameras that were rolling during the alleged burglary. After watching the footage, authorities say the female suspect even changed into the victim’s clothes before leaving the house with several stolen items. If you have […]

  • “The condition of that car is unbelievable,” Witnesses describe serious three-car wreck in Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Witnesses say they rushed to help after a serious wreck involving three vehicles in northwest Oklahoma City. Lori Good, a witness to the crash, told News 4 on Wednesday that she was sitting on her front porch when she saw a white Ford speeding down Kentucky, near N.W. 10th St. Moments later, she heard a horrendous crash. Good says she called 911 and rushed to the scene to help. Another witness said that the speeding car ran […]

  • Health officials: 135 people hospitalized with the flu this season

    OKLAHOMA CITY – As Christmas approaches, health officials are warning Oklahomans that the flu is spreading across the state. “It is very easy to catch any sort of illness this time of year with all the hugs, handshakes and shared surfaces at parties or shopping malls,” said OMRF immunologist Eliza Chakravarty,M.D. “The flu can spread like wildfire, and these settings can act just like kindling.” On Thursday, health officials released the latest influenza numbers from across the state. Experts say that […]