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  • “They’re not different, they’re just kids,” Oklahoma man creates t-ball league for special needs children

    KAY COUNTY, Okla. – Life can sometimes throw curve balls, and the playing field is not always even. It is often not how you play a game, but why? These are lessons far greater than any number on the scoreboard. “If you go to anything in this community, a baseball game, a football game,” Jayme Moss said. “Those kids are the kids you see in the bleachers cheering the loudest and the happiest, and he just thought there was a […]

  • Proposed bill would allow Oklahoma science teachers to freely share their opinions on theories

    OKLAHOMA – A new law to let Oklahoma science teachers freely share their opinions on theories such as climate change or evolution is grabbing attention, but not from who you might expect. The proposed law has been floating around the state capitol for years, but this year it is gathering steam. A high school student is speaking out and is concerned Oklahoma students will not be prepared for national testing if common science theories are omitted or watered down. “This […]

  • ‘She is an amazing lady,’ Woman collects, donates dresses to girls in need

    PONTOTOC COUNTY – Just outside of Ada, down a few country roads, lives Monnie Smith. “She is an amazing lady,” LeRhonda said. “She’s been doing this for about three years. She’s been collecting and having dresses donated for girls who are in high school, father daughter dances. She even has wedding dresses. She loans them out to them for free and doesn’t second guess their situation or nothing. Just lets them borrow them.” No cost. Nothing in return. And the smile […]

  • America Hooked: Oklahoma children impacted by addiction

    OKLAHOMA – There is a silent epidemic in Oklahoma, and while it is often hidden behind closed doors, the effects can be seen in some of Oklahoma’s most vulnerable – children. Not only are countless women hooked by the grip of opioid addiction, but their children are often along for the ride as innocent victims. Down an old renovated hall in the most unlikely of places is a nursery. It is not where you would typically find one. A dated […]

  • Senator proposes bill to prevent inappropriate relationships in school

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A lawmaker is taking action to help put a stop to inappropriate relationships between school staff members and students. Senator Kyle Loveless keeps a board inside his office documenting cases across the state but said the types of relationships have happened so many times over the last couple years he does not have enough room to document them anymore. “This one here is actually one that Channel 4 helped on. It was six counts of second-degree rape,” […]

  • Five people charged in smuggling scheme at Oklahoma County Jail

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma County Jail officials uncovered a contraband smuggling plot that led to five people charged with multiple crimes. One of the suspects, Reginald Moore, is accused of helping a dangerous fugitive during his time on the run. Michael Vance was shot and killed in a shootout with troopers following a manhunt last October, and Moore was charged for helping him hide. Now, Moore is accused of another crime while behind bars. During a recent search of inmate […]

  • Oklahoma lawmakers push to allow guns on city buses

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Lawmakers are pushing a move to allow guns on board city buses. Right now, it is against the law even for people with concealed carry permits. “I don’t believe that the second amendment stops at the steps of the city bus,” said Senator Kyle Loveless. Loveless is proposing to change that with Senate Bill 397. “I think people should be able to defend themselves, if they have a license to carry, they should be able to carry […]

  • Oklahoma woman goes above and beyond for children in need

    OKLAHOMA – An Oklahoma woman is on a mission inspired by a message at church and her own child’s birthday. “She does this every lunch break,” Stephanie Smith said. “ Every time off work.” Stephanie Smith and other coworkers of Natalie Kinsey take notice. “Every minute of every day is trying to help others,” Smith said. “Then she found out about these kids who are in the shelter not by their choice or their mother’s choice. They’re in a rough […]

  • Police release surveillance video after 20 guns stolen from sporting goods store in Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Police have released surveillance video from a burglary at a sporting goods store in Oklahoma City where at least 20 guns were stolen. It happened early Saturday morning at the Dick’s Sporting Goods near Penn and Memorial. Someone broke inside and stole an arsenal of guns. “They found a window that had been broken and a large rock lying inside the store,” said Oklahoma City MSgt. Gary Knight. “As it turns out, there are more than 20 […]

  • Several guns stolen from sporting goods store in Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – At least 20 guns were stolen from a metro sporting goods store. It happened early Saturday morning at the Dick’s Sporting Goods near Penn and Memorial. Someone broke inside and stole an arsenal of guns. “They found a window that had been broken and a large rock lying inside the store,” said Oklahoma City MSgt. Gary Knight. “As it turns out, there are more than 20 long guns that are missing from the store. Obviously, this is […]

  • Loved ones remember second woman killed after New Year’s Eve DUI crash in Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A deadly crash caused by an accused drunk driver claimed a second life over the weekend. Friends and family are now saying goodbye to 18-year-old Nhu Huong. Huong was a former foreign exchange student who was riding in a vehicle driven by 37-year-old Amanda Carson of Yukon. Carson was also killed, and her two daughters were injured. The driver of the vehicle that hit them is 30-year-old Craig Maker. Maker faces a charge of second-degree murder and […]