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  • Thieves target large equipment in Lincoln County

    Thieves steal large, obvious equipment from Lincoln County agency

    CHANDLER, Okla. – Authorities in Lincoln County are searching for several pieces of large equipment that were stolen this week. Officials with the Lincoln County Conservation District says the district’s property was targeted by thieves on Sunday night or early Monday morning. They say the thieves made off with several pieces of large equipment including a white extended cab Ford truck with the words “State of Oklahoma” on the doors. Also, officials are looking for a John Deere Skid Steer with […]

  • Oklahoma graduate walks to accept diploma

    “I never give up,” Oklahoma graduate surprises classmates by walking at graduation

    OKMULGEE, Okla. – It was a moment that grasped at heartstrings across the country. “I wasn’t nervous at all. I was all right,” Micah McDade told KJRH. McDade, like his fellow graduates at Okmulgee High School, gathered at Harmon Stadium on Friday night for their commencement ceremony. However, McDade did something none of his classmates suspected. “I just wanted to walk across the stage and get my diploma instead of being on stage in my chair,” he said. McDade, who […]

  • School room testing

    Representatives pass measure to reduce number of tests, end-of-instruction exams

    OKLAHOMA CITY – While lawmakers are still trying to create a budget for next year, the Oklahoma House of Representatives passed a measure that would reduce the number of tests public school students take. “Testing is an education policy problem we have discussed for years,” said Rep. Lee Denney. “Not only are we required to test students by the federal government, but testing is tied to a number of accountability systems we have in place. However, there is reasonable debate […]

  • Steven Adams kicked by Draymond Green

    Sources: NBA announces Draymond Green’s fate after kicking Oklahoma City Thunder’s Steven Adams

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It was the foul heard around the arena. During the first half of Game 3 against the Golden State Warriors, fans erupted after Draymond Green kicked the Oklahoma City Thunder’s Steven Adams in the groin. Although Green says the kick was an accident, others believe it was intentional and he should have been ejected from the game. He received a flagrant-one foul, and was allowed to stay in the game. “I followed through on a shot,” Green said after […]

  • Prison overcrowding

    Two inmates discovered hanged in Oklahoma County Jail

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Jailers say two inmates were found dead inside the Oklahoma County Jail. On Friday, a jailer discovered 30-year-old Joseph Carter Wilson hanging from his cell. Wilson was arrested for numerous felony complaints including assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, indecent exposure, assault and battery on a police officer and a plan to perform act of violence involving serious bodily injury. Wilson was taken to a nearby hospital where he was pronounced dead. Two days later, jailers […]

  • Oklahoma State Capitol

    Oklahoma senator blames media for bringing attention to social issue bills

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Time is ticking at the Oklahoma State Capitol. As the minutes go by, many Oklahomans are wondering what is being done by our lawmakers. In less than one week, the Legislature must present the state budget for the next fiscal year, which begins July 1. In February, state leaders announced that Oklahoma was facing a $1.3 billion, which amounts to nearly 20 percent of last year’s budget. Since that time, state agencies across the state have been […]

  • Fentanyl blamed for death of man in SW OKC

    Medical officials: Fentanyl, oxycodone blamed for man’s mysterious death in Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Almost two months after the mysterious deaths of three people in an Oklahoma City home, officials know what killed one of those victims. In March, three people were found unconscious inside a home in the 8700 block of S.W. 36th. A man called 911 when he says he was getting ready for work and no one was getting up. “He starts to check on his family members, and that’s when he realized something was terribly wrong when he couldn’t […]

  • Cooking with Kyle

    Cooking with Kyle: Creating a delicious summer treat from scratch

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Summer is here, kids are out of school and looking for something to do, and the hot weather will begin soon! This recipe does not require an ice cream freezer or rock salt, takes minutes to prepare and is a great diversion for bored children (or hungry adults). This will yield 1 quart of Ice Cream Recipe: 1 14 ounce Sweetened, Condensed Milk 1/2 Cup Peanut Butter (I prefer Honey Roasted Smooth) 1 t Vanilla Extract 1 […]

  • Child beaten by babysitter

    Parents frustrated by law that they say protects child abuser

    SHERWOOD, Ore. – A mother in Oregon is furious after she says a babysitter abused her child but has not been arrested. Alicia Quinney and her boyfriend decided to go on a date in March. Quinney said she asked a family friend to care for her 1-year-old son, Jacob, during that date. When she got home, she told KATU that Jacob was hysterically crying and the babysitter was asleep on the couch. The next day, Quinney says she was shocked. […]

  • girl shoots herself with gun

    5-year-old girl shoots, kills herself with her father’s gun

    LAPLACE, La. – A 5-year-old girl is dead after shooting herself with her father’s gun. Police told WDSU that Haley Moore was spending the weekend at her dad’s house with her older siblings. “The father said he was taking a shower when he heard a gunshot,” said Lt. Greg Baker, with the St. John the Baptist Parish Sheriff’s Office. “He got out of the shower, and that’s when he discovered that his daughter had accidentally shot herself.” Immediately, he called […]

  • Trinity Academy student agreement

    Christian school’s pledge claims it can deny student’s enrollment if a family member is gay

    WICHITA, Kan. – A private Christian high school is being criticized for its policy regarding students and the LGBT community. Dustin Deckard, a former student of Trinity Academy, says that it is common practice for students to sign contracts with the school. “We were required to sign a lot of forms, but most of them are very silly. Stuff like abstinence only, a pledge to not use any tobacco products, or drink,” Deckard told KSNW. However, a paragraph in the […]