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  • Graphic: Police release video showing officer shoot dog that attacked woman in N.W. Oklahoma City

    Warning: The videos in this story contain graphic content. Viewer discretion is advised.  OKLAHOMA CITY — Police have released a graphic video showing an officer shooting a pit bull that was attacking a woman in northwest Oklahoma City. Just before 9 a.m. Thursday, police responded to a home on the 400 block of Pumpkin Circle. A woman was trying to save her cat from two pit bulls, when police say the dogs turned on her. The woman’s neighbor, Kelly Babbit, said […]

  • Body recovered of 18-year-old Oklahoma man who jumped off cliff and into lake

    CHEROKEE COUNTY, Okla. – An 18-year-old Oklahoma man who jumped off a cliff and into a lake has been found dead. Around 8 p.m. on Thursday, officials say an 18-year-old Muskogee man jumped from a 15-foot cliff and into Lake Tenkiller when he started to struggle. After jumping, witnesses told authorities that the man resurfaced, started struggling and then went under the water. Other swimmers attempted to help the man, but were not able to bring him to the surface. […]

  • ODOT: Campaign signs on highways costing taxpayers money

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Officials with the Oklahoma Department of Transportation say putting campaign signs on highways cost taxpayers money. ODOT officials say one of the big expenses for political candidates in Oklahoma is one that unfortunately also costs taxpayers money. The illegal placement of campaign materials along state highways is considered littering by state law. While spots along highways, interstates or even along bridges and overpasses may seem like an ideal place to advertise for a candidate or cause, state […]

  • Third person arrested after bizarre chain of events left 1 victim dead, 1 person injured in Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A third person has been arrested after a bizarre chain of events led to two crime scenes, one dead and another injured. Police say it all started around 5:15 p.m. on May 29th when officers were called to a stabbing in the 300 block of S. Council. When officers arrived, they discovered one person dead.  Police say the man, identified as 27-year-old Henry Vicente, appeared to have been stabbed to death. They also found another person who was […]

  • Mother charged in death of disabled 13-year-old said she ‘couldn’t remember’ last time she fed daughter

    APPLETON, Wis. – A Wisconsin mother has been charged in the death of her 13-year-old daughter who was unable to walk, talk or care for herself. Thirty-seven-year-old Nicole Gussert, of Appleton, faces one count of child neglect resulting in the death of Brianna Gussert. A criminal complaint says Brianna had infections caused by unsanitary conditions and died primarily of sepsis after her mother left her alone for days during Memorial Day weekend last year. In court Monday, Outagamie County District […]

  • Man dies in N.W. Oklahoma City house fire

    OKLAHOMA CITY – One man has died after a house fire in northwest Oklahoma City. Around 1:40 p.m. Tuesday, fire crews were called to a house fire near N.W. 36th Place and Sara Rd. Initial reports indicate firefighters were told there may be a disabled man trapped inside the home. Sadly, fire officials confirm that an adult male died in the fire. He was pulled from a front bedroom. At this time, the cause of the fire is unknown. TAC […]

  • Dogs attack woman trying to save cat in Yukon

    YUKON, Okla. – A woman suffered minor injuries after she was attacked by two dogs in Yukon on Thursday morning. Around 9:15 a.m. on Thursday, a woman let her cat out in the 400 block of Pumpkin Rd. when a pack of three dogs, including two pit bulls and a husky was nearby. Police tell News 4 that the pit bulls began to attack the cat. When the woman tried to step in to save her cat, the dogs then […]

  • Officials identify victim found buried in backyard of Oklahoma City home

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Police have identified the victim found buried in a shallow grave in the backyard of a northwest Oklahoma City home. Last week, investigators with the Oklahoma City Police Department say they were called to a home in the 2200 block of N.W. 34th St. after receiving a report of a body in the backyard. Investigators say the body found was buried in a shallow grave and covered with tires. According to court documents, Jimmy Vongphakdy, 36, says he was digging […]

  • Streetcar vehicles to begin testing along Bricktown Loop

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The Streetcar project in Bricktown is moving along! Streetcar vehicles will begin testing along the Bricktown Loop next week. Officials say some testing will take place during the day, and some of the testing will be done after 5:30 p.m. and into the night. During testing, the streetcars may be moving very slowly along the tracks because multiple components are being tested at one time. You also may see a streetcar sitting in the same spot for […]

  • Convicted sex offender charged again with child pornography

    FAYETTEVILLE, Arkansas — An Arkansas man who is a convicted sex offender is back in jail for allegedly possessing child pornography. Joshua Box, 35, of Fayetteville, was indicted last week by a federal grand jury for receiving and possessing child pornography. According to KFSM, Box is accused of receiving images and videos of child pornography on four occasions. He is also accused of possessing a hard drive that contained pornographic images of children under the age of 12. Box moved […]

  • Cut fiber line to blame for Verizon Wireless outages across Oklahoma

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Verizon Wireless customers across Oklahoma reported outages Wednesday morning. Verizon Wireless customers in the Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Duncan areas are experiencing outages, according to DownDetector, a site that tracks outages. Officials with Verizon told News 4 that a fiber line in Tulsa was cut, and they are working to fix the issue. They expect full service to be restored around 3 p.m. on Wednesday. Tweeting this from my computer because I have Verizon issues right now… anyone […]