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    Moore changes policy to help parents get in touch with students sooner

    MOORE, Okla. – Imagine your child being in the path of destruction and not being able to get a hold of them. For Lany Cox, that nightmare was a reality. “Sitting at home, knowing a tornado is heading that direction, where both of my children could have been in the line. The worse thing ever,” Cox said. Her daughter’s daycare was destroyed by the tornado that hit Moore on May 20, 2013. It took Cox an hour before she knew her […]

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    Manhunt in The Village, at least one on the loose

    OKLAHOMA CITY – One person was placed in custody and at least one other is on the loose following a traffic stop overnight in The Village. Oklahoma City Police attempted to pull over a vehicle around 1 a.m. That vehicle stopped just inside The Village around Sunnymeade Place and Kent Dr. That is when at least one person took off, leading police on a manhunt that lasted for at least an hour and involved both a helicopter and K-9 units, […]

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    Troopers: child killed after hit by driver smelling of alcohol

    SAYRE, Okla. – A 4-year-old boy was killed Friday afternoon when a man Oklahoma Highway Patrol Troopers described as having an “odor of alcohol beverage” struck the child with his vehicle. OHP identified the driver as 26-year-old Brandon Ryan Dowler. The accident didn’t happen on a road or street, but in a pasture south of Sayre,  according to troopers. That child was pronounced dead at the scene. Troopers have not said if the driver and child are related. The incident is still under […]

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    UPDATE: Over 21,000 Oklahomans without power

    UPDATE 8/11/14 11:38 AM – Power is restored to the customers who lost power because of the crash. UPDATE 8/10/2014: Crews have restored power to over 15,000 customers, with more to follow. According to Karen Kurts with OG&E, the power outage was caused by a driver running into a power pole. That pole then took down multiple transmission lines. Crews on the scene said that the driver had fallen asleep at the wheel. OKLAHOMA COUNTY – More than 23, 000 […]

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    UPDATE: One injured after a convenience store shooting

    UPDATE: Police believe that the shots originated from a housing project on SE 15th St. and S High Avenue across from the store. A second vehicle was hit, but no one inside was injured, according to Master Sgt. James Kennedy with the Oklahoma City Police. Police believe the suspects to be juveniles, according to Kennedy. However, they have no other descriptors of the suspects. OKLAHOMA CITY – One victim was injured after a shots rang out in a 7-Eleven parking lot. The […]

  • Two in custody following high-speed chase

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Two men were arrested Sunday following an early morning high-speed chase that ended near 39th and Frankford. It started around 3 a.m. when an officer noticed an act of lewdness in a car, according to Sgt. Sinue Zepeda with the OKC Police. When the officer approached the car, the driver backed into the police cruiser and sped away. The following chase reached speeds of almost 100 mph before the men were arrested, according to Zepeda. The driver, […]

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    Officials: Deputy’s vehicle sparks arson investigation

    ENID, Okla. – Enid Fire officials are working an arson investigation involving a Garfield County deputy’s car, according to Sheriff Jerry Niles with Garfield County. The car was at the deputy’s home in the 1700 block of Pawnee when the fire erupted, according to Enid Police Capt. Jack Morris. The flames were large enough to cause damage to a neighboring van. No injuries have been reported. The Garfield County Sheriff’s Office is assisting with the investigation, according to Niles. No information on […]

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    Man shot in his own yard, suspect on the loose

    DEL CITY, Okla. – Just before 11 p.m. Friday night police arrived to the 3500 block of S.E. 27th St. to find a man lying in the road. The man had been shot twice, according to Capt. Jody Suit. The victim claimed that he had gotten out of his car and was walking towards his door when a man approached him. Following an altercation, the suspect pulled out a gun and shot him, according to Suit. His injuries are non-life […]

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    OSBI investigating Delaware County assualt

    GROVE, Oklahoma City. – A man is behind bars tonight after beating his brother with a firearm, according to OSBI Officials. Delaware County Sheriff’s responded to an assault call around 2 a.m. Sunday morning. When deputies arrived, they arrested Gary Murry, 52, for assault and battery with a deadly weapon.. His brother, Randy Murry, 54, was flown to a hospital in Joplin. Officials have not released the cause of the assault or the extent of the victims injuries. OSBI is involved […]

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    Wandering toddler leads neighbor to deceased mother; suspect being extradited

    GARBER, Okla. – Deputies are investigating a suspicious death following a neighbor’s discovery around 2 p.m. on Saturday. The neighbor had seen a four-year-old child wandering the streets around the 400 block of E. Ponca. When they took the toddler home, they discovered her mother dead in the apartment, according to Garfield Sheriff Jerry Niles. The victim’s boyfriend, Christopher R. Sparks, was named as the suspect and was picked up around 10 p.m. Saturday. He was found in the Phoenix, Arizona area after […]

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    Motorist reportedly shot at, suspects taken into custody at gunpoint

      OKLAHOMA CITY – Police say at least one suspect is in custody following a shooting on Broadway Extension Saturday night.  The suspect reportedly shot four times into a motorists vehicle on northbound Broadway, said Lt. Kevin Parton with the Oklahoma City Police. The suspect then exited on Britton Road, where police arrested them at gunpoint just before 10 p.m. Multiple officers are still on the scene. No injuries were reported. This is a developing story. Refresh this page for updating information