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  • UPDATE: Power restored to local water plant but could take time before its back to normal

    OKLAHOMA CITY – After more than 4,000 OG&E customers were without power Saturday, officials with the company say relief should be coming soon. The electricity outage affected residents in south Oklahoma City, Norman and Choctaw. Kristy Yager, a spokeswoman for Oklahoma City, said residents across the metro are also reporting low water pressure or no water at all. Yager said once the power is restored, customers will receive water normally. OG&E says power has been restored to the Draper plant […]

  • UPDATE: Judge denies clemency for Oklahoma man on death row

    UPDATED 12:09 p.m. The Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board voted 4-1 to deny clemency for Clayton Lockett, who confessed to shooting and burying alive a teenager in Perry in 1999. Lockett has been on death row for more than a decade for the 1999 murder of Stephanie Neiman, whom Lockett shot twice and buried alive. OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma County judge next week will consider whether to delay the scheduled executions of two death row inmates. The two convicted […]

  • Caught on tape: OK fundraiser admits not playing by the rules

    DEL CITY, OKLA. – For decades S.H.O. & Associates of Del City has been raising money for local charities. We reviewed the tax returns from 2008 through 2012. During that period, S.H.O. & Associates made $2,094,763 in the name of veterans, children and firefighters. Only 23 percent of your donations, $633,260 actually went to the charities. We tracked down Ted Howard, owner of S.H.O. & Associates. Here’s the thing. He isn’t breaking the law. There’s no limit on how much […]

  • In Your Corner Investigation: OK Fundraiser makes millions off your donations

    DEL CITY, OKLA. – Sallie Seagrave wanted to support her local firefighters. “They save so many lives and we depend on them,” she said. The salon receptionist received a call from someone soliciting donations on behalf of the Metro Firefighters Association.  Sallie says, “I gave him $30 and he gave us the paper and [a] nifty little sticker.” What the solicitor failed to mention was only about $.33 of every dollar Sallie’s salon donated would actually go to the firefighters. […]

  • UPDATE: Man was asleep during standoff; woke up and surrendered

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma City man is in jail after a four-hour standoff came to an end with police in the southwest part of the city. Kelley James lives in an apartment across the street from where the standoff took place, near Grand and Western. James said, “I woke up to helicopters flying all over the place and I’m saying, ‘Lord, what’s going on?” She watched the situation play out for hours, and says she was relieved to see […]

  • ’67 glorious years’ later, Oklahoma couple shares their secret to a lasting marriage

    OKLAHOMA CITY — Many of us spend Valentine’s Day remembering key moments in a relationship. From first crushes to the moments love was certain, but how would you spend the day if you knew it was the last? John and Dean Osborne have shared 67 years of marriage together and with John entering hospice care, the couple is celebrating the time they have together. In 1947 at a café in Mineral Wells, the two met on a blind double-date. “After […]

  • Former Rep. State Senator announces bid for Governor

    OWASSO — Former Oklahoma State Senator Randy Brogdon announced plans today to run for Governor. Brogdon said on his website he will file the necessary paperwork and challenge Gov. Mary Fallin for the Republican nomination in the primary election. He lost the nomination to Gov. Fallin in the 2010 election. Before his gubernatorial race, he served as an Oklahoma State Senator for the 34th district between 2002 and 2011. He is the first well-known Republican candidate to announce plans to […]

  • UPDATE: Missing El Reno girls found with father Friday

    UPDATE 8:31 a.m. – Officials said the missing El Reno girls have been found Friday morning. Authorities said the girls’ father was supposed to bring them home before midnight but never did. The father does not have custody of 4-year-old Olivia Yvette-Estelle Silva and 11-year-old Cionna Laray Garcia. The girls were found safe Friday morning. EL RENO, Okla. – Police are searching for two cousins and the family member who was last seen with the girls. Olivia Yvette-Estelle Silva, 4, and […]

  • UPDATE: Tecumseh police find missing teen’s body not far from home

    UPDATE 9:50 a.m. – Tecumseh officers said they found the missing 15-year-old boy’s body down the road from his home. They said he was shot but wouldn’t say if the gunshot was self-inflicted or suspicious. Authorities said they are investigating the incident. TECUMSEH, Okla. – Multiple agencies are searching for a missing 15-year-old boy in Tecumseh. Tecumseh police said the family of Brandon Roy Santino reported him missing about 9 p.m. Tuesday night. They returned home from a basketball game […]