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    KFOR’s Linda Cavanaugh speaks about 39 years at television station during seminar

    EDMOND, Okla. – It was an exciting day on the campus of the University of Central Oklahoma. NewsChannel 4’s Linda Cavanaugh spoke to faculty and staff during lunchtime seminar called, ‘LeaderShift: Leadership in the Age of Seismic Change.’ Cavanaugh told fascinating and funny stories from her 39 years of working at KFOR and revealed how to deal with the tremendous change in the fast-paced world we live in. After she spoke, she sat down for a question and answer session, […]

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    Police investigating homicide in SW OKC

    OKLAHOMA CITY – At around 5:00 AM Sunday morning police were dispatched to a shots fired in 900 block of SW 24th street. When officers arrived on scene, they found one Hispanic male apparently shot to death and was pronounced dead at the scene. The ID of the victim has not yet been released, and the suspect is still at large. Anyone with information is asked to call CrimeStoppers at 405-235-7300. This a developing story.

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    Police investigating homicide in N.W. Oklahoma City

    Oklahoma City Police are investigating a shooting that left one man dead and another injured. Around 10 p.m. Saturday, officers responded to a call in reference to a shooting in the 300 block of N. Klein Ave., near N.W. 2nd St., after two men were apparently shot outside of an apartment complex. Both victims were transported by EMSA to a nearby hospital where one was pronounced dead. Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at (405) 235-7300. This […]

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    Three suspects in custody following police chase

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Three people are in custody following a pursuit in southwest Oklahoma City. At about 10:30 PM an Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics officer attempted to pull over a vehicle that was believed to have been transporting drugs. During the traffic stop, the suspects pulled away and a chase ensued. The chase ended around the 5800 block of SW 54th street, where a male and female were taken into custody. Authorities then set up a perimeter in an effort […]

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    Update: Oklahoma City man dead after head on collision

    OKLAHOMA CITY – One man is dead after a head on collision on I-35. At about 2:30 Saturday, Tyler Thompson, was driving northbound in the southbound lanes of I-35 when he struck the car of Anthony Morales and Aaron Flores head on. Thompson and Morales were rushed to Baptist Hospital in Oklahoma City and are in stable condition. Flores, age 25, from Oklahoma City died on the scene with internal injuries. The accident is under investigation by OHP.

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    Employees crawl through debris to get to shelter as storm hit Carney

    CARNEY, Okla. – One day after severe storms hit Oklahoma, the owners of a trailer ranch in Lincoln County near Carney are assessing the damage to their shop and barn. “A bunch of rain. It got really loud. You could kind of hear stuff banging around outside,” said Lena Swanson, an Oklahoma Trailer Ranch employee. Swanson said that’s what she heard when the storm rolled into the county. “The electricity went off right like that, and we were in the dark, and […]

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    One man dead after shooting in Comanche County

    CACHE, Okla. – OSBI is investigating an incident that happened in Comanche County that left one man dead. Just before midnight, the Comanche County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call about a suicidal subject. When police arrived on scene, they found 52-year-old David Swatsky in his bedroom with a gun, and threatening to shoot officers.  Police eventually were able to talk Swatsky out of his room, but he refused to put down his gun. After a brief standoff, a  deputy fired […]

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    Update on Gas leak near S. Penn and SW 104th

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An early morning gas leak near South Penn and SW 104th Street at 10128 Bromley Court has been repaired. A gas line was hit by post-hole diggers at about 8:30 this morning. Oklahoma City fire crews were dispatched along with a Haz-Mat unit. Crews were on standby, but no one was evacuated. ONG was notified and had the leak fixed at around 10:15 this morning.

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    Updates on wildfires in Woodward and Canadian counties

    WOODWARD, Okla. – The massive wildfire that has burned over 57,000 acres in northwest Oklahoma is now 70 percent contained. According to the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food, and Forestry air attack planes flew over the fire, known as the 350 Complex, today to monitor hot spots but no aerial suppression was needed. Departments from Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Tennessee, and Texas have assisted crews from Woodward and Mooreland, and Texas crews still remain in place for further assistance.  The cause of the […]

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    One man dead after house fire at S. Lee and Walker

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Just before 7:30 a.m., a fire broke out at a home at 3212 South Lee Avenue. Fire crews were able to knock it down quickly but then discovered there was one adult male in the home they thought was vacant. According to the Oklahoma City Fire Department, the man was just inside the door right by the couch. He was the only person in the house. Fire crews and EMSA worked on the victim at the scene, but he was […]

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    Gas leak in south Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A 3-inch gas line was hit by an excavator at 8320 S Pennsylvania Avenue. Around10:19 a.m., the Oklahoma City Fire Department and Hazardous Materials Unit were on scene and are evacuating several buildings to the east of the building. Fire hoses are deployed and on standby in case of fire. Oklahoma Natural Gas was contacted. Fire crews plan to keep the area safe as ONG responds and shuts off the gas.