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    Health officials: Six Oklahomans die of the flu, hundreds hospitalized

    OKLAHOMA CITY – As we get closer to Christmas, more people are being diagnosed with the flu. Since Dec. 10, 30 Oklahomans have been hospitalized with influenza. So far this year, 143 people have been hospitalized with the virus and six people have died. Deaths have been reported in Carter County, Garfield County, Oklahoma County, Payne County and Stephens County. According to the Oklahoma Department of Health, all the patients who died from the flu were over the age of […]

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    Canadian County man arrested for allegedly downloading, trading child pornography

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities say a Canadian County man confessed to downloading and trading child porn following an investigation by a local sheriff’s department. Investigators arrested 34-year-old Walter Miller III after he allegedly downloaded a pornographic video of under-aged children being sexually molested by men. Authorities say they learned a pornographic image was shared from Miller’s computer, which sparked an investigation. After being confronted, authorities say Miller gave a full confession. He told investigators that he was trying to satisfy his […]

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    “I was the devil and he was God,” Man allegedly high on drugs arrested on various charges

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities say an Oklahoma City man is facing several charges after he allegedly ran around a neighborhood naked. On Dec. 17, officers were called to a disturbance after callers said a man was running around naked and screaming. According to the police affidavit, the caller said the man was acting like he was shooting at passing cars. Authorities were forced to tase 35-year-old Marco Johnson before being able to take him into custody. According to the report, Johnson’s clothes […]

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    Still buying Christmas presents? Thousands of companies celebrate ‘Free Shipping Day’

    NEW YORK – With seven days before Christmas, many families are working to get all those presents under the tree before Dec. 25. If you still have a bit of holiday shopping to complete, several companies are hoping you head to a website to finish off those wish lists. Dec. 18 has been named ‘Free Shipping Day’ with more than 1,100 retailers offering free shipping to customers who make online purchases on Thursday. There is no minimum purchase required to […]

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    Homeless man empties pockets to help student get home, she’s working to repay the favor

    PRESTON, England (BBC) – After a homeless man tried to help a college student get home safe, the student is returning the favor and trying to help find the man a home. Dominique Harrison-Bentzen, a student at the University of Central Lancashire, lost her bank card and had no money for a cab ride home. After realizing she didn’t have the money, Harrison-Bentzen says she was approached by a homeless man. The man, whose name is Robbie, tried to give […]

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    UPDATE: Interstate reopened after high-speed chase, crash

    UPDATE: Northbound I-35 has been reopened to traffic following a high-speed chase. OKLAHOMA CITY – Drivers along I-35 northbound may need to find an alternate route following a chase and crash. After 9 p.m. on Wednesday, officers in northwest Oklahoma City tried to pull over a vehicle. The alleged suspect refused to stop and sped down I-40 near MacArthur Blvd., heading east. Throughout the pursuit, speeds reached over 80 miles per hour, according to scanner traffic. The driver then attempted […]

  • Pay It 4Ward surprises generous pop up shop owner

    MIDWEST CITY, Okla. – During the month of December, it is pretty common to find pop up shops around town. However, one pop up store in Midwest City is very different from all the others around the block. “Christmas had become so commercialized and I just wanted to do something in the true spirit of Christmas,” said Katherine Silva. So, Silva decided to open “Christmas Must be Something More,” during the month of December. “Everything in our store gives back […]

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    Oklahoma man’s singing group wins ‘The Sing-Off’

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma man was recently crowned a champion on an NBC reality show. On Wednesday night, the world watched as the “Melodores” were crowned winners of “The Sing-Off.” Ted Moock, a member of the group,  attended Casady right here in Oklahoma City from elementary school through high school. “The most surreal moment of my life. Like there’s confetti falling from the ceiling and Nick Lachey, the host, is looking at us and smiling at us and we’re […]

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    OU athletes come together for special rendition of “I’ll Be Home for Christmas”

    NORMAN, Okla. – While many people send out Christmas cards, a group of Sooner athletes took a different approach to spreading their message of cheer. A handful of athletes at the University of Oklahoma, representing a number of sports, joined together to create a very special message this season. The group created a different rendition of “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” and posted the video to YouTube.

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    Agency seeking radioactive gauge stolen from Oklahoma City hotel

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality is asking for help locating a gauge that was stolen from a parking lot in Oklahoma City. Authorities say the gauge contains radioactive material and was stolen from the parking lot of an Oklahoma City hotel, located near I-40 and Meridian. The gauge was inside a construction trailer, which was also stolen. The trailer has Kentucky license plate “624-274.” The Humboldt Scientific 5001 EZ is used to measure physical properties of […]

  • Priceless family heirlooms worth big bucks

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A few family heirlooms turned out to be worth a few dollars on Wednesday’s Trash or Treasure segment. A pair of butter dishes turned out to be worth near $50, but one lamp made around World War I was worth near $600. Bring your antiques to local antique expert Matt McNeil, ISA CAPP, and he will determine if they are Trash or Treasure. You may have two of your family heirlooms, antiques or prized possessions appraised for […]