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  • Emergency crews respond after propane truck catches fire on I-40 near El Reno

    EL RENO, Okla. – Emergency crews are responding after a propane truck has caught fire Monday afternoon on I-40 west of El Reno. The Daughety Brothers Propane truck was reportedly rear-ended by another vehicle and can now be seen engulfed in flames. Multiple small grass fires have also sparked as a result, however crews have been able to keep them under control. Lanes of I-40 around the exit for the town of Calumet are now shut down as crews are waiting for the […]

  • Son died trying to protect his mom, who was also killed in Virginia shooting

    HENRICO COUNTY, Va. – Grief counselors were on hand Monday at a Virginia high school after a student and his mother were killed over the weekend, according to WTVR. Jaishaun Williams, 15, who attended Highland Springs High School in Henrico County, died after he was shot while trying to protect his mother, Renita Wells, early Saturday morning inside a Fayette Circle home, said family members. Renita’s parents believe they were both killed by her husband and Jaishaun’s father, Derrell Williams, who […]

  • Police investigate reported shooting in northwest Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Police are investigating a reported shooting in northwest Oklahoma City. Police responded around 3:30 p.m. on Monday to the London Square Village Apartments in the 7600 block of N.W. 6th Street. 911 callers reportedly said they heard gunshots and saw people run away from the scene. Officials said two people were hit and transported to be treated. Their injuries are not life-threatening. News 4 and Bob Moore Chopper 4 are at the scene gathering more information.

  • KFC is selling an ‘Internet Escape Pod’ – and it can be yours for $10,000

    KFC wants to help you escape the internet for only $10,000. The fast food chain’s latest viral marketing strategy involves a $10,000 ‘Internet Escape Pod’ that apparently forms an impenetrable wall against the internet and a return to a much simpler time. “Yup, this dome is like a magic force field designed to disrupt the internet coming to and from your devices. We were going to sell this for the ridiculously high price of $96,485.34, but in the spirit of […]

  • Pedestrian hit by vehicle in southeast Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A pedestrian was hit by a vehicle in southeast Oklahoma City. The crash was reported just before 6 p.m. on Sunday near S.E. 59th and Sunnylane Road. He was on a skateboard when hit, according to officials. Initial reports said he was in serious condition, but the victim is reportedly alive and has been transported to a local hospital. However, his current condition is unknown at this time.

  • Flash Point team discusses special session’s budget bill

    OKLAHOMA – The Flash Point team tackled some of the biggest topics in politics this week. Rep. Leslie Osburn and Sen. Jason Smalley joined Mike Turpen and Kevin Ogle to discuss the special session’s budget bill (before Gov. Mary Fallin’s veto). The team also talked about the decision to lower lawmaker pay, among other subjects. Flash Point is sponsored by Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores.

  • Boil advisory issued for Minco due to water main breaks

    MINCO, Okla. – A voluntary and precautionary boil advisory has been issued for the city of Minco. According to Minco City Hall, there are multiple irreparable water main breaks in the area of S.W. 6th and 10th Street. A temporary water main has been installed to bypass the problem area in the water system as well as the potential for contamination. The drinking water supplied by the city of Minco may be unsafe for consumption, according to Minco City Hall. […]

  • Deadly sugar addiction – why carbs, not fats, are the problem

    ST. LOUIS – Some doctors said sugar may be the number one killer in America right now. That may sound like a stretch, but you can see why they make that claim. Diabetes, heart disease, stroke and obesity can all be partially attributed to too much sugar. Mike Norton, 51, had been an athlete most of his life. He thought he was doing everything right with diet and exercise, but then he suffered a heart attack just over five years […]

  • ‘I will kill you,’ Neighbor recalls California shooter’s threats

    Volunteer firefighter Johnny Phommathep could hear the trouble next door loud and clear. The screaming. The threats. The gunfire. It was all too clear what could happen. And, then, it did happen – a deadly rampage in his small, remote California community of Rancho Tehama. Four or five days before Tuesday’s shootings that left five people dead and 12 others injured, Phommathep remembers a heated conversation between a husband and wife who lived next door. “We heard a scream,” he said. […]

  • School cancels Muslim speaker after community backlash

    What was intended to be an educational presentation about Islam turned into a controversy when threatening comments prompted school officials to cancel the event. A teacher at Northeast Middle School in Bristol, Connecticut invited a Muslim woman to speak this month to her social studies class about Islam, as part of the school’s curriculum covering world religions. Safety concerns for the school’s students and faculty arose after angry comments surfaced on social media, and complaints were filed to the Bristol […]

  • Colorado trains K-9 police to save their dogs from opioid overdoses

    Officer Brian Laas remembers the scene with vivid clarity: it was earlier this fall, and he – along with his four-legged partner, Rudy – had been called to a home in suburban Denver with a warrant for the arrest of one person who lived there. Inside, the Arvada police officer found a home so disheveled it was difficult to take a single stride without stepping on the piles of clothes, food, trash and dog feces strewn across the floor. Rudy […]