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  • Chief Meteorologist Mike Morgan

    Chief Meteorologist Mike Morgan to be honored for keeping others safe in tornadoes

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Our own Chief Meteorologist Mike Morgan will be honored with the Lee Allen Smith Spirit of Oklahoma Award Thursday. Oklahoma Christian will present Morgan with the award for his tireless efforts to keep others safe and informed during the May tornadoes. Gary England and Damon Lane will be also be honored. According to Oklahoma Christian, the award is given annually to individuals who has devoted themselves to the betterment of Oklahoma. The honor is named after Lee […]

  • Semi rollover Yukon

    Roads back open after I-40 semi rollover accident in Yukon

    UPDATE: All roads are back open after a semi rollover accident Thursday morning. YUKON, Okla. – You may run into traffic issues in Yukon on I-40 near Garth Brooks Blvd. on your way to work. At least one lane is closed on I-40 westbound at Czech Hall Rd. where a semi rolled off the road and into a ditch early Thursday morning. Authorities said the semi driver told them a car in front of him slammed on its breaks which […]

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    Top 4 complaints about new i OS7 update

    Downloaded the new i OS7 update? What do you think? Many are saying the newness has worn off and the honeymoon is over. Here are the top 4 complaints about i OS7: The New Keyboard Is Hard To Use: The space bar button is much smaller. The Huffington Post reported many users complained they usually missed the key.  Reduced Battery Life: Many reports have cited a shorter battery life as one of the bigger issues plaguing iOS 7. According to the Huffington Post, […]

  • United States of Shame

    United States of Shame; Most screwed up thing in each of 50 states

    What is the “most screwed up thing” about Oklahoma? We now know thanks to the University of Alabama. They have complied a list and each of the 50 states are at the bottom of the list in some cringe-worthy or unsavory category. The university’s rankings list the Sooner State as the one with the highest rate of female incarceration and we tied with Alabama for the most strokes. Imprisoning the most women is not something to be proud of, however, […]

  • Baby Veronica horse

    Gov. Fallin asking South Carolina to drop charges in ‘Baby Veronica’ case

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Mary Fallin is now asking South Carolina to drop the charges against “Baby” Veronica’s biological father, Dusten Brown. Veronica, who is now 4, left Oklahoma with her legal adoptive parents days ago and is now back in South Carolina. Gov. Fallin’s communications director, Alex Weintz, said the governor’s office is working with South Carolina on the possibility of dropping the extradition order for Brown. He said the governor said she hopes Dusten Brown will not have […]

  • Trying to evacuate grandmother from her home of 35 years in Moore.

    Weather Channel looking for ‘Hero Next Door’ who helped you in storms

    Do you have a “hero next door” who helped you through a recent storm? The Weather Channel is teaming up with Chevrolet to find your “Hero Next Door.” Officials said they are looking for your “heartwarming stories about everyday heroes who drop what they’re doing to help their neighbors or their community.” You can nominate your hero to be featured on one of The Weather Channel’s upcoming shows. The deadline to submit your hero is Oct. 31. NOMINATE: Submit your […]

  • Hot Dog stuck

    Real-life hot dog finds self in bit of a pickle

    A real-life hot dog found itself in a bit of a pickle. Only firefighters could save the animal after it became trapped in a hole beneath a rock. It took more than two hours of digging for this moment. A 4-year-old Dachshund named “Precious” is back in the arms of her owner. One trip outside to use the bathroom all turned into a serious issue for the pup. Precious took off from the front of the house to the backyard, […]

  • Weatherford place emergency landing

    UPDATE: Engine failure may be cause of Weatherford plane crash

    UPDATE 1:08 p.m. – The single-engine plane that crashed landed in a Weatherford baseball field near the airport is registered to Daniel G. McClendon, III in Flower Mound, Texas. Authorities have not confirmed how many people were in the plane at the time of the crash landing. No one was injured but the plane has minor damage. UPDATE: Weatherford authorities said engine failure may be to blame for a small plane crash just north of the Weatherford Stafford airport Wednesday afternoon. Officials […]

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    Flaming Lips front man Wayne Coyne banned from Instagram?

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Has Oklahoma’s own Flaming Lips front man Wayne Coyne been banned from Intagram? It would appear that way according to the singer’s tweets.   However, Coyne tweeted Wednesday he had created a new account to beat the system.   According to TheFutureHeart.com, Instagram shut down his account over the weekend and deleted over 1,000 sexual, odd and otherwise “normal-for-Wayne-Coyne” photos his fans have come to expect. So far, Coyne’s new account is active.

  • Official carrying lunch box that was previously reported as a suspicious package.

    ALL CLEAR: Edmond North ‘suspicious package’ turns out to be lunch box

    UPDATE 10:13 a.m. – The bomb squad has determined the reported “suspicious package” is not a threat. Authorities said the threat turned out to a lunch box with food containers inside. EDMOND, Okla. – Authorities are investigating a reported suspicious package at Edmond North High School Wednesday morning. Officials said the suspicious package was found outside the school near a drain near Danfourth and Broadway. Students have not been evacuated because officials said they are not in danger. Administrators have […]

  • Bartlesville Chavez

    GUILTY: Bartlesville student convicted of plotting deadly attack

    BARTLESVILLE, Okla. – A Bartlesville student accused of plotting to shoot his classmates has been found guilty. A jury announced the verdict for 19-year-old Sammie Chavez Tuesday. He is now convicted of planning or threatening a violent act. Prosecutors said Chavez planned to lure students into Bartlesville High School’s auditorium, chain the doors and open fire. They also said he planned to leave bombs at the school’s entrances to kill responding officers. Sentencing for Chavez is now set for November. […]