• Medics rushed nearly two dozen people to hospitals in Chattanooga on Monday after a school bus crashed in the Tennessee city, officials said. The bus appears to have slammed into a tree and looks like it was split apart.

    Chattanooga bus crash: What we know — and don’t know

    Local officials and the National Transportation Safety Board are investigating the deadly school bus crash in Chattanooga, Tennessee, that killed five children and wounded dozens. Here’s what we know about the crash. What happened? What we know: Around 3:30 p.m. Monday, a school bus carrying 37 children slammed into a tree, flipped over and split apart. Families are mourning the five victims and several children remain hospitalized in intensive care. The driver has been charged with vehicular homicide and reckless […]

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    Joe Mixon Releases Statement of Apology

    OU running back Joe Mixon has apologized for the incident in which he punched a female outside a Campus Corner restaurant in Norman in the summer of 2014. Mixon sent a statement,  saying “For the last two years, my lawyers have advised me against speaking publicly about an incident that occurred very shortly after I arrived in Norman.  Today, I want to say what everyone deserves to hear from me about this matter: I am sorry.” The incident occurred in July […]

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    “He adored his family,” Friends say Oklahoma man may have been murdered by wife’s former boyfriend

    SAYRE, Okla. – Police said a fire that sparked inside a home in Sayre was set to hide a heinous homicide. On Tuesday morning, firefighters and officials found the body of Jerry Essary inside his burned home. Investigators said it may be the result of a deadly love triangle between the victim, his wife and a man she dated while she was separated from her husband. “If the guy couldn’t have her, nobody was gonna have her,” said Vania Payne, a family […]

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    Oh deer! Hunter’s highway prank goes viral

    GRAND HAVEN, Mich. – As Jeremy Roomsburg jetted down I-96 on his way back from a high school football game in Michigan on Saturday, he had to do a double take. After all, it’s not often you see a deer cruising down a major highway. “We were all stunned and were like ‘Did we really just see that?’” said Roomsburg over the phone with FOX 17. “We had to slow down and actually drive past the guy again to get […]

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    Ex-USA Gymnastics doctor charged with sexually assaulting minors

    A former USA Gymnastics and Michigan State University doctor was arrested Monday and accused of sexually assaulting female minors throughout his career. Former USA Gymnastics physician Dr. Larry Nassar was arrested and charged with three counts of criminal sexual assault of a person under 13 years old, according to court documents. A conviction could result in a life sentence. He is scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday morning, according to 55th District Court Magistrate Mark Blumer’s office. Nassar’s attorney, Matthew Newburg, […]

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    OKCPS board shuts down plan to return to traditional school year

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma City Public Schools board voted to keep so-called year-round school Monday night. Superintendent Aurora Lora recommended the board keep year-round school and, ultimately, the members did. The board voted to keep the continuous calendar year with a vote of 6-1, after a heated discussion over whether the cost of the program is really paying off. “What we didn’t hear tonight was the plan. We heard the promise,” said District 1 Board member Bob Hammack. It’s […]

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    Oklahoma City school board considers going back to traditional calendar

    Update: Monday night, the board approved to keep the continuous learning calendar by a vote of 6 to 1. OKCPS approves continuous learning calendar 6-1 @kfor — Abby Broyles (@abbybroyles) November 22, 2016 OKCPS Board Votes to Approve Continuous Learning Calendar — OKC Public Schools (@OKCPS) November 22, 2016 — OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma City school board voted to go to the so-called year round calendar in 2010. The continuous learning calendar sends students back to class two weeks early […]

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    Cooking with Kyle: Fantastic, fast snacks or gifts for the holidays

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Need a quick gift or “take along” for a party? These sweet crowd pleasers don’t take a tone of time or money, and the results are delicious! Holiday Cinnamon Sugar Spiced Pretzels: 1 – 1lb bag mini pretzel twists 2/3 C vegetable oil 2 t ground cinnamon 1/4 t ground allspice 1/2 C sugar (plus 1 T for additional sprinkling) Preheat oven to 300 degrees and spread pretzels evenly in a large roasting pan. In a bowl, […]

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    Judge tosses parts of civil lawsuit against OU running back Joe Mixon

    NORMAN, Okla. – A judge has agreed to dismiss parts of a civil lawsuit that was filed against OU running back Joe Mixon following a fight at a Norman deli two years ago. As we reported in July, Amelia Molitor filed a civil suit against Mixon for negligence, wanton and willful conduct and intentional infliction of emotional distress. Last month, Mixon’s attorneys told NewsChannel 4 that they believed the case should be thrown out, claiming that Molitor filed the wrong […]

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    Experts: Trump may be able to get $25 million tax write-off for Trump University settlement

    WASHINGTON – Less than a week after agreeing to pay $25 million to settle three lawsuits against Trump University, experts are looking at the fine print of the deal. Last week, President-elect Donald Trump agreed to settle three lawsuits, including two federal class-action cases against the program. Trump University is the defunct, for-profit real estate seminar business Trump created in 2005. It promised to teach students investing techniques they could use to get rich on real estate, just like Trump. “I am pleased […]

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    Obamacare: What should stay, and what should go?

    Calling it “a fraud,” “horrible” and “a disaster,” President-elect Donald Trump said that rolling back Obamacare and replacing it with a “much less expensive” alternative is top priority for his administration. But Americans are divided on what should happen next. One-third of all voters recently polled want the law expanded, one-third want it repealed, and only 9% want the administration to scale back what it offers, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation Health Tracking Poll from October. The law has […]