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    UPDATE: Power has been restored to over 4,000 customers

    NORMAN, Okla. –  Shortly before 4 a.m. more than 4,000 OG&E customers in Norman lost power. According to Norman Police, the outage happened after a transformer blew on the southeast side of town. Customers were without power for just under two hours.

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    Police: OKC man held at gunpoint and robbed

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An investigation is underway after a metro man was held at gunpoint and robbed in his own front yard shortly after midnight. Police say the man had just pulled into his driveway in the 6000 block of N. Warren Ave. when two men walked up to him and ordered him out of his vehicle. The robbers put a gun to the man’s head and forced him to lie down while they stole from him and ransacked his vehicle. According […]

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    Update: Bomb Squad called to an OKC hotel, police find grenade during robbery

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Four people are behind bars after allegedly robbing a man of his cell phone while he was walking home. That crime led police to another discovery – an explosive in one of the suspect’s vehicles. “It’s really terrifying,” said George Ray. When George Ray arrived at work, he found police, fire crews, and the bomb squad. “To know that we have a lot of lives that are at risk over one small incident, it just goes to show […]

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    Update: Police identify man found dead on OKC Street

    UPDATED 10/21/2014 11:00 AM: OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City Police are investigating after a man was found dead on a southwest Oklahoma City street around 2 a.m. Tuesday. According to Lt. Clint Teel of the Oklahoma City Police Department, Lance Canter, 26, of Blanchard, Okla.,  was found dead on the east side of Pennsylvania Ave. just off of SW 56th St. Police say Canter was pronounced dead at the scene and it appears he was shot to death. There are […]

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    Update: Update: All clear given to Moore Schools’ students and employees after superintendent’s announcement

    Update: 10/20/2014 – The all clear was given to Moore Public Schools’ employees and students involved with the cruise ship passenger who is a medical technician from Texas. All students and staff members can return on Tuesday. Moore’s Superintendent, Dr. Robert Romines, released the following statement Monday afternoon:  To the Patrons of Moore Public Schools Early this morning, October 20th, a team from Moore Public Schools met with the Regional Director of the Cleveland County Health Department relative to our […]

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    Officials: Pilot involved in aircraft accident at Tinker AFB

    TINKER AIR FORCE BASE- Tinker Air Force Base officials announced an aircraft accident late Saturday evening. Officials say the accident occurred at approximately 12:15 p.m. Saturday afternoon. According to the press release a P-59 aircraft was involved in an accident during take-off. The extent of the damage is being determined at this time. Officials were forced to close down the runway. Authorities have not stated the cause of the accident.    

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    Fall break lunch program offers food for hungry students

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma is offering a free meal to all students 18 years and under during fall break to help curb childhood hunger, according to Angie Gaines with the organization. The food bank is offering 17 sights in the metro for students to snag a meal between Oct. 13th through Oct. 24th. Students can get a sack lunch and a snack at the following locations: Douglass Recreation Center, located at 900 ML King Ave. in Oklahoma City. Lunch […]

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    Police work train accident on popular OKC street

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Police responded to an early morning crash involving a vehicle and a train at the intersection of West Britton Road and North Western Avenue. A witness contacted police around 12:56 a.m. to report a vehicle on the tracks with two people trying to push it. Not sixty second later, the caller informed the operator that a train had crashed into the vehicle, said Sgt. John Stacy with the Oklahoma City Police. Emergency crews responded to the scene but have not been able […]

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    America’s Favorite Cities 2014

    Travel + Leisure Survey http://www.travelandleisure.com/articles/americas-favorite-cities-2014

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    Painting for a Purpose

    Tickets are a minimum donation of 60 dollars and include dinner, drinks and painting! Friday, October 3rd 7pm – 80’s themed! Saturday, October 4th 7pm – Halloween themed! Both nights will have a costume contest!  Paint N Cheers  1614 N Gatewood Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73106  Click here to register. 

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    Temperatures to drop into the 50s tonight

    OKLAHOMA –  A few showers and thunderstorms are possible overnight and tomorrow in northwestern and north central Oklahoma.  Temperatures will drop to the 50s once again tonight. There is a better chance for showers and thunderstorms Wednesday, mainly in Northern Oklahoma. Isolated showers and thunderstorms are possible for central Oklahoma. Temperatures will continue to climb the rest of the week and by the weekend, we will see highs in the upper 80s and lower 90s.