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  • Homeless man who cleans Oklahoma streets to earn money reunited with son

    TULSA, Okla. –  If you see Brian Freeman along the side of the road, he is likely picking up trash. Freeman has been homeless for several years, but decided to turn his life around and began picking up trash to make a living. In July, he spoke to FOX 23 and told them that his only wish was to reunite with his teenage son. Freeman said he hadn’t seen his son, Tyler, for two years and wanted to prove to […]

  • Tulsa teen facing 26 charges after allegedly raping woman, murdering Oklahoma teacher

    TULSA, Okla. – Prosecutors say a 16-year-old who is accused of murdering a teacher in front of his wife and children is facing dozens of charges. On Oct. 1, Tulsa police say 44-year-old Shane Anderson was shot and killed by 16-year-old Deonte Green in front of his wife and children inside their home. Investigators say Green had already robbed and sexually assaulted an elderly woman in the hours before he found Anderson’s wife and two daughters outside their house. Green […]

  • ‘American Pickers’ seeking leads for Oklahoma episodes

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A lot of people enjoy going to antique shops to find ‘hidden treasures’ but a couple of well-known ‘pickers’ are willing to do the dirty work to find diamonds in the rough. Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz, the hosts of History Channel’s “American Pickers,” will be stopping by the Sooner State within the next couple of months. The pair travel around the country to find fascinating pieces of history that may be hidden in junk piles or […]

  • “We were just dropped for nothing,” Oklahomans stunned after receiving Medicare plan cancellation notices

    TULSA, Okla. – More than 8,000 elderly residents across northeastern Oklahoma learned that they will be losing their health insurance. Thousands of Oklahomans on Medicare received cancellation notices this week, alerting certain beneficiaries that their current Medicare Advantage plans won’t be available in 2018. “Community Care Senior Health Plan won’t offer your Medicare plan in Rogers County in 2018,” Betty Short read from a letter she received in the mail. It is a notice that sent fear through her household. […]

  • Oklahoma State hosting ‘pass the bucket’ fundraiser to honor homecoming crash victims

    STILLWATER, Okla. –  It has been almost two years since several people were killed and dozens of others were injured in a crash during OSU’s homecoming parade. Authorities said Adacia Chambers drove her car into an unmanned police motorcycle before plowing straight into the crowd of onlookers during Oklahoma State’s homecoming parade on Oct. 24, 2015. In all, authorities said four people were killed and 46 others were injured in the crash. Officials said 2-year-old Nash Lucas, 23-year-old Nikita Nakal, 65-year-olds Dr. Marvin and […]

  • Thousands of Oklahomans receive Medicare cancellation notices

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Insurance officials say there are options available for those who learned their policies were canceled. Thousands of Oklahomans on Medicare received cancellation notices this week, alerting certain beneficiaries that their current Medicare Advantage plans won’t be available in 2018. The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services determined that their existing plans could not be offered in some counties because those plans were unable to meet the network adequacy standards in those areas. “It is important that beneficiaries […]

  • By the numbers: Most Oklahoma 10th graders deemed ‘below basic’ in science, math

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Officials say a change in academic standards has had a drastic impact on recent test results. Educational leaders said that many Oklahoma high school graduates were struggling in college courses, so they decided to change current academic standards. According to officials with the Oklahoma State Board of Education, 39% of Oklahoma students are forced to take remedial courses in college, and 81% of community college students fail to graduate in three years. “We have set a goal […]

  • Oklahoma City Thunder waives former OSU standout, Oklahoma City native

    OKLAHOMA CITY – As the Oklahoma City Thunder is preparing for its first game of the regular season, the team is tightening up its roster. On Wednesday, the Thunder announced that it has waived guards Bryce Alford and Markel Brown, and forward Rashawn Thomas. Officials say the three originally signed with the team on Sept. 25 but did not appear in any games this preseason. After finishing his college career at Oklahoma State University, Brown was drafted by the Minnesota […]

  • Oklahoma City police investigating say ‘suspicious’ briefcase was simply left behind

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities say a ‘suspicious package’ that was found at an Oklahoma City store was just accidentally left behind by the owner. Around 9:20 a.m., officers with the Oklahoma City Police Department were called to the Walmart at I-240 and Santa Fe on a suspicious item. Investigators say someone noticed a briefcase left in the parking lot. Officials say they were at the scene when the owner of the briefcase showed up. Investigators say he accidentally left it […]

  • Police searching for alleged burglar who targeted multiple homes on same block

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities are searching for a man who allegedly tried to break into at least two homes in northwest Oklahoma City. On Oct. 6, officers were called to a home in the 1300 block of N.W. 19th St. after the homeowner told dispatchers that a man had attempted to get into their house. The victim’s security camera was activated by someone moving on the east side of the house. According to the police report, the victim says she […]

  • “It was an accident,” Student suspended after bringing weapon to school officials

    TWIN FALLS, Idaho – A student says he was suspended for trying to do the right thing when it came to a weapon at school. “Fourth period was P.E., so I went into the locker room and I grabbed my shorts out of my bag and that’s when I saw the knife,” Joseph McDrummond told KMVT. Knowing that his school had a no weapons policy, he immediately took his backpack with the knife to his teacher. McDrummond says he didn’t […]