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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      

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    One child is dead, others jump from windows to escape Guthrie apartment complex fire

    GUTHRIE, Okla. – An 8-month-old child is dead and three other people are injured following a morning fire in Guthrie, Okla. According to fire crews on the scene, the fire broke out around 3:30 a.m. Wednesday in an apartment complex in the 900 block of N Pine St. Officials say the complex, which was built in the 1980s, had no firewalls or sprinklers. Firefighters say the fire quickly consumed six units, forcing multiple people to jump out of second story windows […]

  • Standoff near OU ends peacefully, one man in police custody

    NORMAN, OKLA. – A three-hour long standoff with police near the University of Oklahoma ended with an arrest. Norman officials say an armed person had barricaded themselves inside of a home near S. Berry Rd. and Magnolia St., about a mile west of the University of Oklahoma just before 3 a.m. Tuesday. “This intersection was packed with police, fire crews and even the SWAT time. Thankfully the three-hour standoff ended peacefully,” Sources on scene said the man got into a fight with […]

  • Update: Homeless man’s space heater to blame for storage unit fire, one injured

    OKLAHOMA CITY – One man was taken to the hospital with second-degree burns after a fire at a storage unit in the metro. Just after 2 a.m. on Wednesday,  fire crews responded Sentry Self Storage, located on the 4700 block of N. Meridian Ave. When they arrived, the fire had already burned through six upstairs units and two downstairs units. Fire officials said a homeless man, who rented a unit downstairs, was staying inside it. They say a space heater he […]

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    Update: Almost all the power restored in the metro

    UPDATED 11/11/14   7:07 a.m. – OKLAHOMA CITY – OG&E reports all but 100 customers are without power.  Around 1,600 outages have been restored in the metro.   Original story: OKLAHOMA COUNTY – OG&E has reported over 1,700 outages currently affecting customers in the metro. Most of those outages are in Norman. However, there are some outages across Oklahoma City as well. Crews are out trying to restore power, but there’s no word yet on when the lights will be back on. This […]

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    Police: Shots fired from OKC elementary school into a home

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Police are investigating after someone shot into a home from the parking lot of Coolidge Elementary School. Just before 1 a.m. Friday, officers say residents of a home in the 2400 block of SW 51st St. called police about someone shooting into their home. When police arrived the suspect was gone. They found several bullet holes in the house as well as shell casings in that parking lot of the elementary school. This is a developing story. Please […]

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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 […]