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  • Oklahoma Forestry Services brace for extreme fire danger in Western Oklahoma

    OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – Officials with Oklahoma Forestry Services (OFS) are preparing for potentially extreme fire danger in western Oklahoma Thursday and Friday. Current fire weather forecast is also calling for elevated fire danger across the remainder of Oklahoma, except for southeastern Oklahoma. High wildfire danger is expected TODAY and THURSDAY across the southwest US and Plains. In this video, @fema offers some great tips on how to prepare for a wildfire: #WeatherReady — NWS (@NWS) April 11, […]

  • One dead and a suspect missing after early morning shooting

    OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – Police say a homicide occurred around 2 A.M. near 3300 NE 20th and the police are still on the search for the suspect involved. An Oklahoma City officer arrived on the scene and began performing CPR on the victim but couldn’t save them. The scanners reported that the officer saw multiple empty bullet casings lying on the ground. The suspects fled the scene and officers are still searching for them. If you have any information, contact […]

  • 4.6 magnitude hits northwestern Oklahoma early this morning

    OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – The U.S. Geological Survey has recorded a 4.6 magnitude earthquake that shook the ground at 7:16 early this morning near the northwestern part of the state. The epicenter of the quake was four miles ESE of Covington, eight miles ENE of Douglas and 56 miles North of Oklahoma City. This comes only a day after two separate earthquakes hit near Covington Friday morning. Thousands of earthquakes have been recorded in Oklahoma in recent years, with many […]

  • Silver Alert canceled for man last seen near Big Cabin

    UPDATE: Bill Enkey has been found.  OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – An 84-year-old man, Bill Enkey went missing Friday near the town of Big Cabin, his family told police that he is possibly headed to Missouri to visit his fathers grave. Enkey is a white man, last seen wearing a blue checkered shirt with dark pants and is blind in his right eye. The Cherokee County Sheriffs Office sent the alert early Saturday morning, it read that Enkey also suffers from […]

  • Music and Comedy line-up for this Spring at Riverwind Casino

    NORMAN, Okla. – As Spring starts to bloom outside, so does the music and comedy line-up of entertainment at the Riverwind Casino, releasing their list of shows, starting with Oak Ridge Boys on April 7. I actually won something at #RiverwindCasino — Snyman (@iamsnyman) March 23, 2018 Additionally, Ronnie Milsap and Foreigner will perform. Coming in May, Gabriel Iglesias will be joining Riverwind for some good laughs with his famous comedic style. Then in June, REO Speedwagon will be […]

  • Oklahoma City health counselor charged with 224 counts of Medicaid fraud

    OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – At a sentencing later this year, Samuel Okere, 61, of Oklahoma City, faces up to of 10 years in federal prison, followed by three years’ probation and up to $250,000 in fines after a federal grand jury charged him with 224 counts of Medicaid fraud last November. Attorney General Mike Hunter and acting U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Oklahoma Robert J. Troester announced that the Oklahoma City behavioral health counselor has pleaded guilty to Medicaid […]

  • Kona Ice is offering free shaved ice during its National Chill Out Day

    OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – Kona Ice will be offering free shaved ice April 17, with what the company is calling National Chill Out Day, encouraging the nation to take a step back, relax and enjoy a Kona. Kona Ice treats us well on teacher development days! #whywadsworth@cencebaugh — Joanna Hughes (@KinderTeachWES) March 30, 2018 This will be the shaved ice company’s fifth-annual Chill Out day and will have the island-themed truck giving away the free shaved ice at Moore Chamber of […]

  • Elvis Tribute bands to play in Norman during a two-day festival

    NORMAN, Okla. – May 11 kicks off the two-day Jeff Lewis & Friends Festival which is hosted at the historic Sonner Theatre in Norman, it will be featuring many of the top Elvis tribute artists. Elvis fans can enjoy this this inaugural Jeff Lewis & Friends Oklahoma Festival that will take place from May 11-12. It’s an offshoot of the popular Jeff Lewis & Friends Festival in Helen, Georgia which was a perpetually sold out event, attracting  hundreds of Elvis […]

  • Car care advice during National Car Care Month

    OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – April is National Car Care Month and Moran Family of Brands, one of the nation’s leading franchises of general automotive repair, transmission repair and driver safety products, is celebrating National Car Care Month in April by providing advice to motorists on how to keep their cars in top condition this spring. The harsh effects of winter weather can take a toll on the exterior of a car, from snow and ice to rock salts and anti-freezing materials.  […]

  • Raising Cane’s will donate $1 for every lemonade purchased April 10

    OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – The restaurant chain Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers will be donating one-dollar of every lemonade purchased at their stores April 10, they are also launching a national partnership with Lemonade Day, a non-profit organization that teaches youth how to start, own, and operate their very own business. Raising Cane’s Founder & CEO Todd Graves helped bring Lemonade Day to Louisiana in 2011. Since then, Raising Cane’s restaurants across the state have been actively involved in supporting and promoting the organization. Congrats to […]

  • Oklahoma demonstrates commitment during National Child Abuse Prevention month

    OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month and the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH), along with its community partners  across the state are working together to host events that demonstrate their commitment to preventing child abuse. OSDH along with its community partners, are working to raise awareness about the importance of ensuring great childhoods for all Oklahoma children. April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. It’s not too late to raise awareness with a Blue Ribbon Tree at […]

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