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    Police: one in custody after chase leads to manhunt

    NORMAN, Okla. – Police have one man in custody following a short chase that ended at an apartment complex. According to Norman Police, the man stole a white GMC pickup truck that the owner had left running in the parking lot of a gas station in the 1200 block of East Lindsey. Police caught up to the suspect near Hwy 9 and SE 12th St. He led them on a short vehicle chase ending at the at the Cardinal Creek Apartments, according […]

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    Updated: Police Crews no longer working non-injury accidents

    Update: 01/01/15 1:30pm EMSA reports they have responded to 61 accidents since Midnight,  18 were rollovers. Officials are also reporting they have responded to three falls on ice. OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City Police will only be working injury accidents Thursday morning. This announcement came shortly after 7:30 a.m. .@OKCPD is not responding to non-injury accidents and urges drivers to slow down. Be sure to exchange insurance and contact info. #okwx — City of OKC (@cityofokc) January 1, 2015 Crews […]

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    Update: I-35 back open after morning shutdown

    Updated 9:00 a.m., 01/01/2015: I-35 is back open following an early morning shutdown. Officials advise everyone to stay off the roads if possible. OKLAHOMA CITY – Northbound I-35 between Wilshire and NW 63rd St. is closed due to icy road conditions. Oklahoma Highway Patrol has not released when that road will open back up. There have been multiple traffic accidents reported in the area. This is a developing story. Please refresh the page for information.   

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    OKC Police: Stretch of SW 44th reopens after head on collision

      UPDATED 12/29/14 10:12 A.M. OKLAHOMA CITY – The stretch of SW 44th between MacArthur and Council is now open.   UPDATED 12/29/14 7:57 A.M. OKLAHOMA CITY – One person is in the hospital after a head on collision in the metro early Monday morning. The accident involved a Mustang and a Chevy truck, and it happened near SW 44th and Rockwell Avenue around 4:00 a.m. Police say 44th eastbound from MacArthur to Council is closed, and officers are turning traffic […]

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    Silver Alert canceled for Caddo County man

    UPDATE, 12/25/2014 at 8:40 a.m. Caddo County officials have confirmed that Ishel Sears was found safe and well Christmas morning. CADDO COUNTY, Okla. – Caddo County officials issued a Silver Alert for a missing elderly man on Christmas Eve. When he was last scene, 83-year-old Ishel Sears was wearing a beige hooded coat and Levi blue jeans, according to officials. Officials did not give a physical description, other than Sears is a white male. He is believed to be driving a grey […]

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    Family homeless after Christmas Eve fire

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma City family is homeless on Christmas Eve after a fire destroyed most of their home. The fire started shortly before 6 a.m. at the home in the 3800 block of S Harvey. When fire crews arrived, they reported seeing heavy visible flames coming from the home. There were three or four children and one adult inside the home at the time. All of them made it out safely, according to Battalion Chief Brian Stanaland with […]

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    Police: Suspect on the loose after overnight shooting

    OKLAHOMA CITY – One man is in the hospital after he was shot just after midnight in the 2500 block of SE 47th St. According to police, the man’s sister called 911 saying her brother had been shot and the suspect had taken off, going westbound. The suspect is described as around 22-years-old, approximately 5’8″, 145lbs and wearing camo. Police warn that he may be armed with a revolver. This is a developing story. Please refresh the page for more […]

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    Police: One dead, one in serious condition after train hits car

    OKLAHOMA CITY – One person is dead, another in the hospital with serious injuries after a train slammed into a car near the intersection of Meridian and Newcastle Road just after midnight. According to police, the car was going southbound on Meridian when the car was hit by the train heading northeast. Police are still investigating the incident. They say at this time, they aren’t sure if the driver was trying to beat the train or the car had stalled on […]

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    Norman police looking for two men accused of robbing Buffalo Wild Wings

    UPDATED 12/17/14 6:42 A.M. NORMAN, Okla. – Authorities are searching for two men after an armed robbery at a Buffalo Wild Wings in Norman, Okla. It happened last night at the restaurant on Classen Blvd.  near Hwy 9 and Hwy 77 around 3 a.m. Wednesday. Norman police say two men wearing ski masks walked in the back door of the restaurant, pointed a gun at employees, and demanded money. The duo grabbed the cash and took off running, and police […]

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    Disturbing details: Man charged for violent attack on nurses, guard at Oklahoma City hospital

    UPDATE: Charges were officially filed against a man accused of attacking three nurses and a security guard at a local hospital. District Attorney David Prater filed five charges against Keith Bain after he allegedly stabbed medical professionals at Deaconess Hospital. Bain is being charged with two counts of assault and battery with a deadly weapon, one count of assault with a dangerous weapon, one count of assault and battery upon an emergency medical care provider and one count of malicious […]

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    OU kickoff delayed because of weather

    NORMAN, OK-       The kickoff for OU vs. Kanasas has been delayed due to weather. The game was scheduled for 11 a.m. this morning. Lightning in the area has prompted the delay. The anticipated start time of the game is 12:30 p.m. this afternoon.   Any additional updates will be made available via @OU_Athletics and @OU_Football