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  • OU player accused of concealing stolen property bonds out of jail

    NORMAN, Okla. – A football player at the University of Oklahoma who was suspended indefinitely turned himself over to authorities. According to court records, junior safety Will Sunderland is charged with concealing stolen property. Sunderland is accused of selling an XBOX One, a PlayStation 4 gaming console and controllers to CDR Electronics for $499 in March, according to the affidavit. Police obtained surveillance video of Sunderland in the store allegedly selling the equipment. They also have a receipt showing he […]

  • Experts warning families to stay away from wild parsnip

    DES MOINES, Iowa – Wildlife experts across the country are warning those who like to spend time outdoors of a pesky and poisonous plant. Wild parsnip typically grows very tall and can be found in fields and ditches across North America. However, experts say it can wreak havoc on your skin. “It is nasty to get into,”  Black Hawk County Conservation Board Educator Katie Shelton told KWWL. “It’s the sap on the plant that actually causes the reaction on your […]

  • Oklahoma Supreme Court suspends license of attorney accused of improper behavior with client

    YUKON, Okla. – A Yukon attorney had his license suspended following allegations of improper behavior toward a client. In 2016, Mark Hixson was arrested after detectives stumbled upon inappropriate texts he sent to a client. Investigators say that they were looking into another case and found text messages from Hixson on the victim’s phone. During a text chat, officers claim Hixson asked the woman “What would you charge for just straight sex? What else are you willing to do and […]

  • Firefighters release list of Fourth of July firework displays in Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – While many families will be celebrating Independence Day in a couple of weeks, firefighters are warning Oklahoma City about the law surrounding the holiday. While firework stands seem to pop up on every corner in the country, the Oklahoma City Fire Department warns that it is illegal to buy, sell, manufacture or use consumer-grade fireworks within the city limits. Instead of creating your own display, officials say there are several professional displays that you can safely enjoy. […]

  • Teenage driver who severely injured woman in drunk driving crash arrested again

    APTOS, Calif. – A California teenager who was convicted of a hit-and-run accident that left a young woman paralyzed has been arrested again. Two years ago, Nicole Brown was standing on a sidewalk outside her home when police say 17-year-old Trevor Maddy jumped the curb and hit her with his car. He fled the scene but was later arrested. “He admitted he was smoking weed and was drunk when he hit me. He never went to jail, he just went […]

  • OU reversing decision to charge students for parking at Lloyd Noble Center

    NORMAN, Okla. – It seems that students at the University of Oklahoma will likely be paying more starting in the fall. On Tuesday, the OU Board of Regents approved a 5 percent increase to tuition and fees for in-state graduate and undergraduate students. The board also approved a tuition and fee hike on out-of-state undergraduate students by 6.5 percent. The increase will be 4.3 percent for out-of-state graduate students. According to the university’s website , tuition and fees for an […]

  • Valedictorian’s graduation speech cut off by school administrators

    EXETER, Penn. — One Pennsylvania valedictorian’s graduation speech is grabbing national attention after he was stopped from finishing his monologue. Peter Butera donned his green and gold for one final time last Friday, preparing to address his class and leave them with his final thoughts. As their valedictorian, Butera prepared a speech he hoped would garner himself attention, but he couldn’t have dreamt exactly how much attention it would get him. Butera started out his speech by thanking his family […]

  • Investigators release findings after latest incident with Silver Bullet at Frontier City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – For the third time in less than a year, a popular roller coaster did not run properly at an Oklahoma City amusement park. In June of 2016, the Silver Bullet stalled about 100 feet in the air and several passengers had to be rescued from the ride by firefighters. The ride returned to normal after an inspection determined that a “momentary power drop” caused a sensor fault. In a similar incident in May of 2017, riders had […]

  • Police searching for man, pregnant woman following theft at Oklahoma City store

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities are searching for a couple who  is accused of stealing several boxes of ammunition from an Oklahoma City store. On June 15, officers were called to Academy Sports and Outdoors after employees called dispatchers to report a theft. Witnesses told police that a pregnant woman and a man came into the store and allegedly stole 15 boxes of ammunition. The female was described as a pregnant white woman, between 20 and 30-years-old with long brown hair. […]

  • Oklahoma company donates pet food to help abandoned pets at Oklahoma City shelter

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma company is donating thousands of pounds of pet food for abandoned animals at Oklahoma City Animal Welfare. Officials say the Shawnee Milling Company has pledged to donate 50 tons of its HI-POINT pet food to the shelter this year. “This gives us a consistent, high-quality food source to feed our animals and helps us use our budget to meet other needs of homeless pets,” said Animal Welfare Superintendent Jon Gary. “We care for more than […]

  • California man dies with 109 degree temperature during first night of electric carnival

    LAS VEGAS, Nevada – The Electric Daisy Carnival is supposed to be a massive party, but one California family is blaming the event for a death. Jennifer Marshall says her husband, 34-year-old Michael Morse, died on the first night of the festival. “It was the worst call of my life because, as I told you, this was supposed to be his last rave that he was going to,” Marshall told KSNV. Marshall says she learned something was wrong when her […]