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  • Officials prepare for dam failure at Falcon Lake

    PIEDMONT, Okla. – Police, fire, and water resource officials have been working since 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Falcon Lake dam, northwest of Piedmont. “It has drastically increased in the time we have been here,” said Andy Logan, Piedmont Fire Chief. Record rains overnight have made the water in Falcon Lake break through the dam around the main drain on the north side of the Falcon Lake housing addition. The Falcon Lake subdivision is hiring their own crew to make […]

  • Thieves break into multiple cars in Yukon, drive off in Jeep

    YUKON, Okla. – The garage was broken into and a car was stolen off their drive – that’s what a Yukon couple woke up to in the morning. “He went to get in his car and realized mine wasn’t sitting in the driveway anymore,” said Heather Grauberger. Grauberger said her husband realized at 5:45 Monday morning that her black Jeep had been stolen right off their front drive. Talking with neighbors, she learned as many as six other cars had […]

  • Oklahomans hopeful about verdict against chemical giant Monsanto 

    OKLAHOMA – On Friday, a California court awarded a 42-year-old San Francisco city groundskeeper almost $330 million in damages in a lawsuit against the chemical giant, Monsanto, deciding the glyphosate-based Roundup herbicide caused the man’s Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. “We are going to make it right and your verdict will be heard around the world,” said attorney Brent Wisner. Back in August 2017, News 4 talked to two Oklahomans, both with cancer, who claim their exposure to Roundup is to blame. “I […]

  • Young couple facing long road to recovery after shooting accident

    LEXINGTON, Okla. –  A young couple faces a long road to recovery after a gun accident in June left 18-year-old Landon Buss in a wheelchair. “I’ve had two more surgeries. I’m on six now,” he said. Landon continues to heal from the gunshot wounds in both feet. On June 6, a loaded Winchester 3030 rifle fell to the floor of his family’s RV in Lexington, firing a round that went through both of his feet. “It’s still not healed up […]

  • Oklahoma City police searching for man wanted for allegedly shooting his neighbor

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Police are looking for a man they say shot his neighbor several times after an argument in southwest Oklahoma City. Officials are now on the hunt for 36-year-old Louis Ruiz. Ruiz and another man, his neighbor, allegedly got into an argument Monday night. That’s when police say Ruiz pulled a gun out and shot the man five times in the arm and chest. The victim’s pregnant fiance drove him to the hospital. “Officers responded to Southwest Medical […]

  • Legal, safety questions still surround motorized scooters 

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The first confirmed injury on a Bird scooter, along with a major downtown park, who confirms it’s not legal to ride the motorized scooters at their facility, keep the buzz about the rental rides strong. “I think they are pretty cool. They are really convenient and I think you can get around faster,” said Grayson, Edmond resident. That’s pretty much the prevailing opinion of most people in the Oklahoma City metro area. The electric scooters are getting […]

  • Northeast Oklahoma City residents say mountain lion roaming area

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Residents of a northeast Oklahoma City neighborhood said they have seen a large, unidentified cat in their area. “I was driving down my parents’ street; it’s in a wooded area by a creek and, suddenly, a big animal flashed across the street. It was probably about the size of a large dog, not the size of a cat at all but had a very catlike body and a long tail,” said Sarah Dawson. Dawson is not alone. […]

  • FBI looking to hire hundreds of men, women nationwide 

    OKLAHOMA CITY – FBI agents invited members of the media Friday to a fun morning of push-ups, sit-ups and sprints, basically going through the same test that potential agents take. The FBI is looking to hire 800 agents nationwide in the coming year. Officials want to let potential applicants know what to expect when they attend a recruiting seminar on August 16. “Physical fitness is a huge, huge part of what it takes to be an agent for those that […]

  • Democratic gubernatorial, attorney general candidates discuss medical, recreational pot in Oklahoma 

    EDMOND, Okla. – With marijuana legislation a hot topic and on the minds of many Oklahomans, News 4 decided to talk to two Democratic politicians running for office in the November elections. “I voted yes,” said Democratic gubernatorial candidate Drew Edmondson. “I announced ahead of time that I thought the science was in on, that there are legitimate medical uses for cannabis and extracts.” Mark Myles is a lawyer from Oklahoma City who is running for attorney general. Myles voted […]

  • Future of dockless scooters in Oklahoma City in question

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Dockless scooters are now a reality in Oklahoma City, but for how long? “It was fun, quicker than you thought it would be,” said Michael Just. Just is one of the first in Oklahoma City to take a ride on the Bird dockless scooters. “I heard about it on social media, so we pulled up the app and found one a couple blocks away and went and grabbed it,” said Just. About 50 of the motorized scooters […]

  • State audit shows big problems at Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs

    OKLAHOMA CITY – “A culture of fear and intimidation exists at ODVA.” That’s a direct line from a state audit released Wednesday on the Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs. The 75-page document outlines major problems in the agency from communication issues to lackluster medical care for veterans. The ODVA is a state-run department that provides medical and rehabilitative services for veterans and their families. This is the third audit in five years for the ODVA. State Auditor Gary Jones said in […]