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  • Motorist upset about pothole and disconnected number

    OKLAHOMA CITY- A metro driver says a pothole damaged his car, and when he went to report it to the city, the phone number was disconnected. “Probably a foot and a half by a foot and a half, I didn’t even see it as I was driving,” David Morris said about a pot hole in far west Oklahoma City. He says he hit it Friday on the way back from taking his kids to school. “The car almost bottomed out. […]

  • One day before voter registration deadline, Edmondson and Stitt debate

    OKLAHOMA CITY – 26 days remain until Oklahomans will name a new governor. Thursday night in South OKC,Kevin Stitt and Drew Edmondson made a push to the next generation of voters. “Day one in office everyone will know that Oklahoma is open for business,” said Kevin Stitt, Republican candidate for Governor. “You have the have the courage to take on special interest …to do what you think is right,” said Drew Edmondson, Democratic candidate for Governor. With less than a […]

  • Physician sues state over medical marijuana rules

    CLEVELAND COUNTY, Okla. –  A lawsuit has been filed in Cleveland County by a D.O. from Moore, claiming the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA) is using ‘legalese’ to prevent Oklahomans from getting medical marijuana. “There are a number of poison pills designed to defeat the intent of 788,” said attorney Chad Moody. He claims there are loopholes in Oklahoma’s emergency medical marijuana laws. Moody’s client, Dr. Scott Evans, claims he has given recommendations to a number of his patients for […]

  • 16-year-old girl fatally shot in McLoud

    MCLOUD, Okla. – Mcloud Police Chief Tom Pringle identified the Friday’s shooting victim as Kaylen Thomas. The 16-year-old girl was shot in the head. She was taken to OU Medical in Oklahoma City, where police say she passed away. It happened around 5 p.m. Friday at a southwest McLoud neighborhood just north of McLoud High school. Police are still gathering information on the shooting, but Pringle said a gun was recovered from the scene. He went on say there were […]

  • Mom accused of bringing teenage son along with her to break-ins

    CHOCTAW, Okla. – Police arrested 38-year-old April Calkins along with Cody Gotowala on burglary charges. Calkins, also facing a charge of contributing to the deliquency of a minor, accused of taking her 13-year-old son along with them on the crime spree. The 13-year-old boy told authorities he went with his mom multiple times, Taking items like little girls clothing and in one case bullets for a gun. The boy told police his mom had done more than a hundred burglaries in […]

  • Pastor issues apology after sermon includes Kavanaugh

    EDMOND, Okla. –  A popular metro pastor is coming under fire for using the Kavanaugh hearings as a tool in a sermon. “I think this past week you were given the opportunity to see how angry and divisive things can be. As we watched the processes for interviewing our possible next supreme court justice judge Kavanaugh and then hearing accusations from a Doctor Ford…” said Pastor Bob Long. A Sunday sermon at St.  Luke’s United Methodist church launches a social […]

  • Choctaw landmark stays open through funding woes

    CHOCTAW, Okla. – Old Germany Restaurant has been in Choctaw for over four decades but, earlier this year, it closed its doors. After struggling to find funding two different times and undertaking a huge construction project, the staple of Choctaw is almost ready to roll. “I was sad when I got a call from Mike saying he had to shut the doors. This was like home, everybody knows everybody here so I was upset.” said Anthony Unale, a loyal Old […]

  • Rain delays Edmond cinema open

    EDMOND, Okla. – “Right now, they are saying they are a month behind,” said Janet Yowell with the Edmond Economic Development Authority about construction on the new ShowBiz Cinema being built in north Edmond. Record rainfalls in August and September have left crews scrambling to stay on schedule. Massive rains last week had pumps running for days just to get water out of the building itself, not to mention the water on site that made it difficult to run the […]

  • Hundreds welcome back troops in Mustang

    MUSTANG, Okla. – 350 members of the Oklahoma Army National Guard returned home on Tuesday after spending almost a year in Afghanistan. Hundreds gathered at Mustang High School Stadium to welcome back their loved ones. One family was especially anxious to see their solider. “I get to start my life, finally. It’s been on pause for a year,” said wife Hayley Chavez. The Chavez family was waiting for Adam, the Humvee gunner who got married a week before he deployed. “This […]

  • County commissioner battles county sheriff’s officer over school resource officer

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Police officers in schools is currently a hot button issue. Oklahoma City officials are battling with police over exactly how it will be accomplished. “This is something that has to be addressed, it has to be addressed fast, everybody needs to get on the same page,” said Larry Grant of the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office Fraternal Order of Police. County police are talking about school resource officers. In the last two months, the Oklahoma County sheriff department […]

  • Claims of illegal TV box at State Fair

    OKLAHOMA CITY-  A former Tinker AFB computer tech claims a device that basically provides free tv, being sold at the State Fair, is illegal. “If it sounds too good to be true it probably is.” Aaron Adkins is talking about a Free Streaming TV box . The company claims for a one time fee of $350 and an internet connection, you can hook up the device to your home TV and watch any and all programming you want including TV […]