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  • Rose Bowl tickets go on sale for OU students

    NORMAN, Okla. – After capping the regular season with a Big 12 Championship, the University of Oklahoma’s football team is preparing to spend the New Year in California. The No. 2 ranked Sooners are set to meet the No. 3 ranked Georgia Bulldogs in the Rose Bowl on Jan. 1. The other national semifinal game will feature No. 1 Clemson taking on the surprising No. 4 Alabama in the Sugar Bowl. The winners from those games will then meet for […]

  • Officials: Oklahoma City firefighter arrested for public intoxication

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities say an Oklahoma City firefighter found himself in trouble with the law recently. According to officials with the Oklahoma City Fire Department, Cpl. Terry Scott Allen was arrested by troopers with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol on several complaints. On Dec. 2, officials with the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office say Allen was arrested on complaints of public intoxication, failure to notify DPS of changes and possession of a firearm while intoxicated. Allen has been with the Oklahoma […]

  • Former Sooner star, coordinator named as head coach for University of Central Florida

    ORLANDO, Fla. – A former Sooner star and OU coach has been named as the new head coach for the University of Central Florida. Josh Heupel is a name that is well-known to Sooner fans across the state. He spent two years as a quarterback at OU, leading the team to a perfect 13-0 season in 2000. The undefeated season ended with a national title against Florida State in the Orange Bowl, and Heupel finished as the runner-up for the […]

  • Delta Cafe closing all Oklahoma locations later this week

    SHAWNEE, Okla. – A popular diner in Shawnee announced that it is closing its doors for good later this week. Dixie Restaurants, Inc. announced that it is closing all 17 of its Dixie Cafe and Delta Cafe restaurants in Arkansas, Oklahoma and Tennessee. “After over 35 years in business, we have decided that we must close our restaurants. It’s a very difficult operating environment for full-service, family-oriented restaurants. We have seen declining sales combined with increasing costs that has made […]

  • Oklahoma man shot in the neck during road rage incident

    TULSA, Okla. – Authorities say one man was rushed to an Oklahoma hospital following a road rage incident on Tuesday morning. Investigators in Tulsa say they were called to an area near 36th St. and Sheridan after a man called 911 to report that he had been shot. Officials tell FOX 23 that it all started when the victim and a driver in a blue Ford pickup truck became involved in a road rage incident. The victim says when he […]

  • Oklahoma man claims kids are using Snapchat to buy, sell drugs

    BIXBY, Okla. – An Oklahoma parent is warning others after he discovered that teenagers are using a popular app to buy and sell drugs. Snapchat is an app that allows users to send messages and photos that usually disappear within 24 hours. However, one Oklahoma man says he fears that some messages are going to get local kids in trouble. The parent told FOX 23 that he started to take a closer look at the Snapchat app after learning that […]

  • Preliminary hearing set for four men charged in murder of OU student

    NORMAN, Okla. — Four people charged in connection with the murder of an OU student will go before a judge later this week. In April, police were called to the scene of a shooting at an apartment complex near S.E. 24th and Lindsey St. in Norman. When police arrived, they found 20-year-old Nathaniel Ewing lying in the parking lot with a single gunshot wound to the abdomen. After arriving at a local hospital, Ewing was pronounced dead from his injuries. A few […]

  • Police warning of ‘secret shopper’ scam targeting Oklahoma families

    OKLAHOMA CITY -The holiday season is in full swing, and many Oklahomans have a long list of presents to get before Christmas Day. However, detectives with the Oklahoma City Police Department are warning residents about a scam that is too good to be true. Recently, several local residents have fallen victim to a popular ‘secret shopper’ scam. On Dec. 4, officers were called after a man said that he received an email about being a secret shopper. The victim says […]

  • House Speaker blaming Medicaid provider cuts on Gov. Fallin’s budget veto

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma lawmaker is calling out Gov. Mary Fallin, blaming her for recent Medicaid provider cuts. On Friday, the  Oklahoma Health Care Authority voted to reduce reimbursement rates for its providers. The board passed a 6% reduction for medical care and 1% for nursing facilities Friday. Carrie Evans, chief financial officer for OHCA, says the rate reductions are due to the revenue the Oklahoma Health Care Authority lost from the cigarette tax being ruled unconstitutional and not being fully funded […]

  • Cooking with Kyle: Two easy holiday recipes to make with children

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Nothing compares to the magic in the eyes of children during the holiday season. These two recipes are perfect gifts or treats, and are designed to include the little ones in the magic of the season. White Chocolate Mint Muddy Buddies 10-12 oz white chocolate chips 1 C crushed candy canes 5 C Chex Rice cereal 1 C powdered (confectioners) sugar Place cereal in mixing bowl. Microwave chips until smooth and melted; I suggest 50 seconds on high […]

  • A deal is a deal: Will Baker Mayfield get to be a backup dancer for Justin Timberlake?

    NORMAN, Okla. – It was a deal that producers of the Dan Patrick Show didn’t think they would have to keep. In August, OU quarterback Baker Mayfield was a guest on the Dan Patrick Show and discussed his favorite celebrity, Justin Timberlake. “How about I try to set it up where you’re a backup dancer for Justin Timberlake in one of his shows?” Patrick said. “I’d kill it,” Mayfield responded. The stipulation for the deal was that Mayfield would have […]