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    OU Sooners to showcase alternate uniforms against first Big XII opponent

    NORMAN, Okla. – After a brief hiatus from the football field, the Oklahoma Sooners will return to the action this Saturday. On Saturday, OU will take on West Virginia in Norman. Fans will not only be able to see the Sooners take on their first Big XII opponent of the year, but they will also be showcasing a new style. According to head football coach Bob Stoops, the players will wear their alternate uniforms on Saturday. The Rough Riders Return […]

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    Gov. Mary Fallin issues stay of execution for Richard Glossip following alleged drug mix-up

    MCALESTER, Okla. – An Oklahoma inmate was just minutes away from death when Gov. Mary Fallin stepped in to bring his execution to a halt. Richard Glossip was scheduled to be put to death at 3 p.m. on Wednesday for the murder of Barry Van Treese. Glossip was convicted of Van Treese’s murder, though Glossip was not the one who took his life. The man who bludgeoned Van Treese to death, Justin Sneed, testified that Glossip hired him for the murder. […]

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    Representative for Pope Francis calls for an end to Glossip’s execution

    MCALESTER, Okla. – Richard Glossip is set to die on Wednesday, Sept. 30 at 3 p.m. Glossip is convicted of murder for the 1997 death of motel owner Barry Van Treese, though Glossip wasn’t the actual killer. The man who bludgeoned Van Treese to death, Justin Sneed, testified that Glossip hired him for the murder. Glossip has been on death row since 1998. His execution has been stayed three times and he still maintains his innocence. In recent months, Glossip’s case has […]

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    Senate passes bill to fund government; House has until midnight to prevent shutdown

    WASHINGTON (CNN) – The House of Representatives has until midnight to prevent the government from shutting down. On Wednesday, the Senate voted overwhelmingly to keep the government funded through Dec. 11. The bill passed 78 to 20 and now goes to the House, which must act before midnight to prevent a shutdown. Negotiations  to create a longer-term government funding bill, an increase in the debt ceiling, approval of new funds for highway construction, passage of expiring tax provisions are expected […]

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    Officers sue gun store who allegedly sold weapon used to shoot them

    MILWAUKEE, Wis. – Two police officers are suing a gun store that they say led to them being shot. In 2009, Officer Graham Kunisch and Officer Bryan Norberg confronted a man who was riding his bike on the sidewalk. When they reached the man, both were shot in the head. Kunisch suffered a bullet wound to the face and ended up losing an eye. Norberg was shot in the head. The shooter, Julius Burton, was convicted for shooting the officers […]

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    Veteran required to pay half of retirement to ex-husband serving life in prison

    TUCSON, Ariz. – A woman is upset that a man sentenced to life in prison is earning a pretty paycheck while behind bars. Deanna Gulli says she was married to her ex-husband, Ronald, for 28 years. During their marriage, Deanna was serving in the U.S. Army and Ronald had a secret. Three years ago, Ronald was arrested for child pornography and sexual misconduct with a minor. After finding out about the charges, Deanna filed for divorce. After the divorce, Deanna […]

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    Watch: Honey bees swarm deputy’s patrol car while stuck inside

    PAULS VALLEY, Okla. –  Drivers along a busy interstate may need to take a detour because of an unusual accident. Shortly after 1 p.m., witnesses reported seeing a truckload of honeybees turned over on I-35. The accident occurred along southbound I-35 near exit 72. PAULS VALLEY-I35 SB MM 72, ACCIDENT WITH INJURY, ROAD CLEAR, SEMI HAULING HONEY BEES ROLLED OVER, BEES ARE LOOSE ALONG THE INTERSTATE…KJM — Okla. Highway Patrol (@OHPtraffic) September 29, 2015 While it seems like the roadway […]

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    Man accused in crash that killed Bob Barry, Jr. waives his right to preliminary hearing

    OKLAHOMA CITY -The man accused of causing a deadly accident that claimed the life of NewsChannel 4 Sports Director Bob Barry, Jr. appeared in an Oklahoma County courtroom Tuesday. In June, Bob Barry, Jr. was killed in an accident involving his motorized scooter along May Ave. in northwest Oklahoma City. Police said Gustavo Gutierrez made an illegal U-turn, cutting in front of Barry’s scooter, causing him to crash into the side of the vehicle. Gutierrez was charged with causing an accident while […]

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    UPDATE: Appellate court denies Glossip’s petition to reconsider the case, attorneys continue to fight

    MCALESTER, Okla. – One day after his request for a stay of execution was denied, attorneys for Richard Glossip say they are not giving up. Richard Glossip is set to die on Wednesday, Sept. 30 at 3 p.m. Glossip was convicted of murder for the 1997 death of motel owner Barry Van Treese, though Glossip wasn’t the actual killer. The man who bludgeoned Van Treese to death, Justin Sneed, testified that Glossip hired him for the murder. On Monday, the […]

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    Stranger’s act of kindness to new mother going viral

    A new mother’s Facebook post is getting a lot of attention for an act of kindness from a complete stranger. Rebekka Garvison knows firsthand that being a military wife is tough. Traveling with an infant is just as difficult. According to CBS News, Garvison was flying from Michigan to Alabama to surprise her husband, a member of the U.S. Army. When she boarded her flight, her infant daughter, Rylee, began to cry. “I noticed that the 2 seats next to me […]

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    Business owned by pair of ‘street outlaws’ targeted by gunman

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A few local ‘street outlaws’ are picking up the pieces after being targeted by an alleged gunman. Midwest Street Cars features members of the popular Discovery show “Street Outlaws,” which is often filmed in and around Oklahoma City. Two of the members of the show, Justin Shearer and Shawn Ellington, opened their own business in Oklahoma City, Midwest Street Cars Automotive. On Tuesday, the group took to Facebook to talk about a crime that occurred at the business. […]