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  • OKC hotel clerk robbed

    Oklahoma City — Police are searching for a man they say robbed a Best Western in NE Oklahoma City. The man robbed the hotel clerk at gunpoint just after midnight Friday morning, the clerk was not injured. Officials do not have a clear description of the suspect other than he was wearing fishnet hose over his face. It is unclear if he fled the scene on foot or by vehicle.  

  • Three people injured in drive-by shooting

    Oklahoma City — Three people shot while walking down the road in a drive-by shooting. Officials say 2 males and 1 female were rushed to local hospitals with non-life threatening injuries. It happened near SW 22nd and Penn. Avenue just after 5 a.m. this morning after a disturbance between the victims and suspect. Police are unclear what started the attack and said they do not have a clear description of the suspect at this time.    

  • Overnight fire forces family out of home

    Oklahoma City — An overnight fire forces a family out of their home around 1 a.m. this morning. Neighbors called 911 to report the fire that happened on Lindley Avenue near Villa. When crews arrived they found a storage shed in the backyard engulfed in flames which then spread to the house. The family made it out of the house safely but the damage was significant. The Red Cross was called to help find the family a place to stay. […]

  • Water outage reported on south side Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A water outage has been reported Saturday morning on the south side of Oklahoma City. Officials with the city have confirmed there was a break in a water line near S.E. 164th and East Air Depot. The outage reportedly extended west to May Avenue, south to Indian Hills Rd and east to Sooner Rd and I-240. Around noon, officials said they replaced the broken pipe and it should be up to full capacity within a few hours. This […]

  • Taxi driver robbed at gunpoint then assaulted

    OKLAHOMA CITY — An Oklahoma City taxi cab driver was robbed at gunpoint and then assaulted Sunday morning around 3:30 a.m. in NW Oklahoma City. This all happened near NW 23rd and N. Ann Arbor Avenue. Initially, this was called in as a shooting, when officers arrived on scene they said the victim believed he was shot but was actually struck with an object during the assault. Officers confirmed they are searching for two male suspects who left the scene […]

  • Silver Alert canceled, Caroll Lawson found

    AZLE, Texas — Good news this morning for the family of Caroll Lawson, he was found safe this morning just after 4 a.m. in Azle, Texas. The Perry Police Department confirmed the news that the 83-year-old Perry resident has family currently on the way to Texas to bring him back home to Oklahoma. Officials thought Lawson was possibly on his way to Oklahoma City from Perry when he disappeared Friday morning around 10 a.m. leaving his home. Lawson suffers from dementia […]

  • Female rushed to hospital after being stabbed in the ear

    OKLAHOMA CITY — One woman is in the hospital this morning after being stabbed in the ear at an apartment complex by another female. Officials confirmed the incident happened just after 3 a.m. this morning, the victim was transported to OU Medical Center. Her condition at this time is unknown. Police said the suspect, who is a white female is currently on the run and no one is in custody at this time.  The altercation took place at Glen Arbor […]

  • Shooting in SE Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY —  Police in Oklahoma City responded to a shooting near SE 44th and Stiles Avenue around 11 p.m. Friday night. Officials confirm a male and female victim both shot, one in the head. According to police two transients approached a vehicle with two people inside when the driver and passenger demanded property from the transients. After they had nothing of value to give the suspects, the shooting occurred. No word on the victims’ condition at this time or […]

  • Silver alert issued for Perry man en route to Oklahoma City

    PERRY, Okla. — The Perry Police Department have issued a silver alert for an 83-year-old Perry man, Caroll Lawson. Officials said Lawson was possibly on his way to Oklahoma City from Perry when he disappeared Friday morning around 10 a.m. leaving his home. Lawson suffers from dementia and was last seen wearing a tan jacket, blue jeans and a baseball cap. He was driving a 2011 silver Chevrolet Equinox with Oklahoma tag number 455JWG, he also has a “Navy Retired” sticker […]

  • Former NFL star Dennis Byrd killed in car crash

    CLAREMORE, Okla. —  Dennis Byrd the former Jet’s defensive end whose career was cut short due to a neck injury, was killed Saturday morning in a two-vehicle collision. He was 50. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol said the crash happened just after 11 a.m. between Oologah and Claremore in Rogers County.  A 17-year-old driving a 2000 Ford Explorer northbound on Oklahoma Highway 88 veered into the oncoming lane, striking the 2004 Hummer H2 that Byrd was driving. He was pronounced dead […]

  • Galaxy 7 Note phones banned from all U.S. flights

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. Department of Transportation and Federal Aviation Administration announced an emergency order on Friday. The ban went into effect Saturday at 1 p.m.  (Central Standard Time).  Government officials warn that anyone caught trying to fly in a passenger plane with a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 could have their phone confiscated and “may face fines.” If passengers take their Note 7 phones into checked luggage to avoid getting caught, they could face “criminal prosecution.” Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said: “We […]