Pelosi calls for law to be able to indict presidents

WASHINGTON –  House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called on Friday for legislation to ensure sitting US presidents can be indicted for crimes. “I do think that we will have to pass some laws that will have clarity for future presidents. (A) President should be indicted if he’s committed a wrongdoing — any president,” Pelosi told NPR’s […]

North Carolina father arrested after allegedly killing daughter 

A North Carolina father walked into the Union County Sheriff’s Office Sunday and told the dispatcher that he had killed someone, the sheriff’s office said. The victim was his daughter. Joshua Lee Burgess, 32, told the dispatcher he was there to turn himself in after killing someone in his Monroe home, about 20 miles southeast […]

A bank manager stole $4.3M and almost got away with it

Gerardo Adan Cazarez Valenzuela knew the KeyBank branch in Anchorage, Alaska, well. He worked there as the bank’s cash vault services manager and was aware of the security setup—which didn’t include armed guards. And so a plan was born: In July 2011, he enabled the ability for one person to access the bank’s vault; on […]

Attorney, businessman appointed OU regent by governor

OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma City businessman and lawyer has been appointed to the University of Oklahoma Board of Regents. Republican Gov. Kevin Stitt announced the appointment Tuesday of Gary Pierson to the panel that oversees the state’s flagship university as well as Cameron and Rogers State universities. Pierson’s appointment follows the February death of […]

24 years later: Remembering the 168 lives lost in the Oklahoma City bombing 

OKLAHOMA CITY – April 19, 1995. 168 lives were lost when a bomb went off outside the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in downtown Oklahoma City. While the scars have healed since that day, the memories are still fresh in the minds of so many. Each year, Oklahomans gather to honor and remember the victims. […]

Foreclosed Stillwater retirement community sold for nearly $20M 

STILLWATER, Okla. – A retirement community in Stillwater was sold for nearly $20 million and will open this year. Last Spring, News 4 reported that “The Ranch,” was under construction and more than 70 percent complete when investors had foreclosed on the property. The retirement community was designed to accommodate those who are 62 and […]

“He is just a menace,” Indiana man arrested seven times in six months

JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind. – One Indiana man has enough mugshots to populate an Instagram account. They’re all recent, and law enforcement is not happy about it. Johnson County Sheriff Duane Burgess said this repeat offender was arrested this week and is not leaving his jail anytime soon. “He is just a menace to Johnson County […]

Proposed bill that would honor fallen Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper clears Senate

OKLAHOMA CITY – A proposed bill that would honor a fallen Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper has cleared the Senate is now in the House. On July 14, 2017, officials originally stopped D’Angelo Burgess along I-35 near Tecumseh Rd. for following too closely. At some point, he fled the scene and led troopers on a chase. […]

Jury finds Oklahoma man guilty of murder in trooper’s death

NORMAN, Okla. – An Oklahoma man has been found guilty of murder related to the death of an Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper. Jurors returned that verdict Monday afternoon. On July 14, 2017, officials originally stopped D’Angelo Burgess along I-35 near Tecumseh Rd. for following too closely. At some point, he fled the scene and led […]

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