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  • Residents displaced after fire at duplex, triplex in southwest Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Fire crews were on the scene of a grass fire that spread to a duplex and a triplex in Oklahoma City Friday evening. It happened near S.W. 89th and Western. Fire officials say when they arrived on scene, they saw a fire between two buildings. The fire then spread to the buildings, a duplex and a triplex. All five units were occupied, and one unit had several animals. Thankfully, there were no injuries to residents or animals. […]

  • Giuliana and Bill Rancic speak at Oklahoma City Junior League

    OKLAHOMA CITY-  Celebrity power couple, Giuliana and Bill Rancic were in Oklahoma City last night at the Criterion to share their life stories and to inspire Oklahomans. Giuliana is a popular cable television host and Bill appeared on the first season of the hit NBC show,  The Apprentice with Donald Trump. The couple came to OKC as part of the Oklahoma City Junior League Speaker in the City, speaker series. Hundreds of people were on hand to hear their stories. […]

  • Emergency crews respond to house fire in northwest Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY- Emergency crews responded to a house fire near NW 23rd and May. Firefighters reported seeing flames upon arrival. Fire officials tell us a UPS worker saw smoke coming from the home and alerted a neighbor.  That neighbor then called in the fire. Nobody was home at the time and there were no injuries reported. Fire officials say there was about $30,000 in damages. The cause of the fire is unknown at this time.

  • Police respond to stabbing in NW OKC

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City police responded to a stabbing near NW 23rd and Ann Arbor. Police say one person was stabbed with non-life threatening injuries. There is no suspect description at this time.

  • Coast Guard searching for missing Oklahoma City plane

    FREEPORT, Tx. – The Coast Guard is sending out search and rescue for a missing Oklahoma City aircraft. The FAA confirms the plane left Wiley Post Airport this afternoon and filed a flight plan to Georgetown, TX. The Coast Guard received word of a possible plane crash in the Gulf of Mexico due to an unresponsive pilot. The FAA says the pilot did not land, but kept on the same course and was unresponsive to air traffic control instructions. “We […]

  • Sooner fans ride roller coaster of emotion

    NORMAN, Okla-  Sooner fans they were all eyes on the screen on News Year’s Day. Tons of Crimson and Cream seen on Campus Corner in Norman, OU faithful filled up O’Connell’s to the brim to watch the Rose bowl against Georgia. Lots of “Boomer Sooner” heard early as OU led big at the half. “I love the Sooners and I’m soo proud of what they are doing.. Go Sooners!” said Elaine from Norman. But second half, Georgia rebounds to take […]

  • Police respond to fatal auto-pedestrian accident on city’s southwest side

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Emergency crews responded to an auto-pedestrian accident at SW 42nd and May around 7:45 p.m. Police say a person in a dark wheel chair was crossing the street when a vehicle traveling northbound on May hit that person. The victim was transported to the hospital where they were pronounced dead. Police say the victim was not crossing at a crosswalk. There is no word on any possible charges.  

  • Officer shoots man threatening to commit suicide by lighting himself on fire in S.W. Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Police are investigating after an officer shot a man who was threatening to commit suicide by lighting himself on fire in southwest Oklahoma City. Three officers responded to a call around 2:40 a.m. Wednesday near S.W. 22nd and Pennsylvania on reports of a suicide attempt. When officers arrived, they found a male in the courtyard area attempting to cover himself in some type of flammable liquid. When officers approached the suspect, officials say he tried to ignite […]

  • Arson investigation underway after resident threatened

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Fire crews responded to a house fire near SW 36th and S Penn Ave. early Wednesday morning. The fire was contained to the outside of the house and no residents were found inside. Police are investigating this as arson after a resident of the home said she was threatened with a gun to her head last week. That suspect told the resident they would return to burn the house down and kill her. The house sustained around […]

  • Homicide investigated after early morning crash

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Police are investigating a homicide after they found one person dead from a gunshot wound early Wednesday morning. Police responded to a disturbance near NW 27th and Roff Ave. and found a car crashed into a pole with the deceased male inside. Officials believe the shooting occurred a block south of where the vehicle crashed. The two females who were in the car with him are not cooperating with police. There is no suspect description at this […]

  • Two dead in early morning fatal crash

    EDMOND, Okla. – Two people are dead after a fatal crash early Tuesday morning. One vehicle crashed near I-35 and 2nd St. near a construction zone. Right now there is no word on what caused the crash. A third person in the car was transported to the hospital. That person’s condition is unknown at this time. This is a developing story. Check back with News 4 for updates.