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  • Investigators, technical officers testify against Moore beheading suspect

    NORMAN, Okla. – Investigators and technical officers testified against a Moore beheading suspect Tuesday. As of 12 p.m., five witnesses took the stand including police officers who were on the scene in September 2014 when Alton Nolen allegedly beheaded a coworker and stabbed another inside Vaughan Foods. Colleen Hufford died as a result of her injuries. Traci Johnson was critically injured but survived. The jury of 12 was shown graphic photos Wednesday captured at the scene of the crime, including […]

  • GRAPHIC: Survivor testifies about moment she was attacked by Oklahoma beheading suspect

    NORMAN, Okla. – Nine witnesses took the stand, including an attack survivor, and testified against an Oklahoma man accused of beheading a co-worker. Alton Nolen is accused of beheading Colleen Hufford inside the Vaughan Foods distribution center, now Fresh Creative Foods, and stabbing Traci Johnson in September 2014. Hufford died as a result of her injuries, but Johnson survived. In her testimony Monday afternoon, Johnson recalled in graphic detail what she remembered about the attack. She told the jurors she didn’t […]

  • GRAPHIC: Witnesses testify about ‘horrific’ attack in Moore beheading trial

    NORMAN, Okla. — Six witnesses took the stand Friday on the second day into the trial of a man accused of beheading a coworker nearly three years ago. Alton Nolen stands accused of stabbing 54-year-old Colleen Hufford multiple times and beheading her inside the Vaughan Foods distribution center on September 25, 2014. After attacking Hufford, Nolen allegedly stabbed 43-year-old Traci Johnson numerous times before he was shot by Mark Vaughan, the former CEO of the company and a reserve sheriff’s deputy. […]

  • Opening statements begin in trial of Moore beheading suspect

    NORMAN, Okla. — Officials say 12 jurors and three alternates have been seated in the trial of beheading suspect Alton Nolen. Nolen stands accused of beheading a former coworker and stabbing another in September 2014. Authorities say Nolen stabbed 54-year-old Colleen Hufford multiple times and beheaded her inside the Vaughan Foods distribution center on September 25, 2014. After attacking Hufford, Nolen allegedly stabbed 43-year-old Traci Johnson numerous times before he was shot by Mark Vaughan, the former CEO of the […]

  • Ada man arrested for kidnapping family members looking for will

    ADA, Okla. – An Ada man has been arrested on a slew of charges after police said he locked two family members in their garage and threatened to kill them. It happened in early August when police said a woman called 911 and reported Bobby Stone, 45, had kidnapped her after entering her home. Pontotoc County Sheriff John Christian tells News 4 there were a total of two victims held captive. “He locked them in the garage area and, for […]

  • Oklahoma City woman says she’s battling bed bugs in new rental

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma City woman is demanding answers from her landlord after she claims her rented home has been infested with bed bugs. Leigha McDonald moved into the home September 1 on Minnie Lane with her son. According to McDonald, she was only there for a week when she noticed bed bugs in her son’s room while they were moving in pieces of furniture. “Immediately, I scream and freak out, but I had my boyfriend here, and I went […]

  • “This is to protect the investment we’ve made,” City leaders, critics discuss Oklahoma City election

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Residents will head to the polls Tuesday in the ‘Better Streets, Safer City’ election to consider bond and sales tax initiatives. Voters will decide whether or not to approve a $967 million general obligation bond package to fund basic infrastructure needs. The bond package consists of 13 different propositions, with projects including: – Streets and sidewalks ($491 million) – Traffic control ($28 million) – Bridges ($27 million) – Parks/recreation ($138 million) – Drainage control ($62 million) – […]

  • “It’s not clear whether she’s going to survive or not,” Victim in coma after hit by truck identified

    UPDATE: As of Friday night, police identified the woman as 18-year-old Kristin Weeks. OKLAHOMA CITY – Nearly a week after a woman was struck by a car, police are still asking for the public’s help in identifying her. The crash happened early Saturday morning near NW Expressway and N. Mustang Road when a truck struck a bicyclist. The victim was riding a gold BMX bicycle in the westbound lanes when she was struck. Sergeant Gary Knight of the Oklahoma City Police […]

  • Authorities searching for several Texas chase suspects in Oklahoma

    ELK CITY, Okla. — Authorities are asking residents to stay vigilant as they search for seven to eight suspects who led officers on a pursuit that began in Texas. According to the Beckham County Sheriff’s Office, the pursuit began just after midnight Thursday in Wheeler County, Texas and ended southwest of Elk City on  I-40. Beckham County Sheriff Derek Manning said the entire car chase stems from a traffic stop. “They ended up in a ditch down by the fence […]

  • Oklahoma authorities asking residents to be vigilant after 8 suspects evade police after high-speed chase

    ELK CITY, Okla. – Authorities in Elk City are asking residents to be vigilant after 8 suspects evaded police after a high-speed chase. Shortly after midnight, officials with the Beckham County say a pursuit that started in Wheeler County, Texas ended just southwest of Elk City on I-40. Authorities say approximately 8 to 10 suspects ran away from the vehicle and are still at large. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Beckham County Sheriff’s Office and Elk City police are searching the […]

  • Researchers in Norman work to determine where Hurricane Irma will make landfall

    NORMAN,  Okla. – Researchers and forecasters around the country are hard at work tracking Hurricane Irma, including officials at the National Weather Service. A weather balloon, which expands to about 40 feet in diameter, was launched Wednesday from the National Weather Center in Norman. Attached at the bottom of the balloon is a package of weather instruments, which measure temperature, humidity, wind and pressure. Rick Smith, warning coordination meteorologist at NWS Norman, said about 50 weather service offices across the country are launching two […]