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  • Train hits truck, no injuries

    OKLAHOMA CITY–Occupants of a truck stalled on railroad tracks are safe Saturday morning after escaping their vehicle. It happened near NW 89th and Western. Oklahoma City Police Lt. Michelle Henderson said the people inside the vehicle made it out safely and unsuccessfully attempted to flag down the train before it hit the truck. A tow truck was called to the scene to remove the vehicle from the tracks. BNSF spokesperson Joe Sloan said they are investigating the matter. Nobody was […]

  • Oklahoma boy with autism recovering after being hit by car while walking home from school

    BETHANY, Okla. – A young boy with autism is recovering after he was hit by a car while walking home from school in Bethany. “It was about 3:58 when I got the call from dispatch,” said mother Christina Pohocsucut. “I usually don’t even answer cell phone numbers I don’t know but, for some reason, I did and, the minute the dispatcher said the officer was requesting me at 18th and Rockwell regarding my son, I just knew.” She immediately left work. […]

  • “This is taking it to a whole new level,” Authorities make unusual discovery in Canadian County

    CANADIAN COUNTY, Okla. – Authorities in Canadian County made an unusual discovery along Interstate 40, including 66 four-ounce bottles of cannabis cough syrup and bottles of Sriracha hot sauce. A deputy noticed a semi hauling a trailer of vehicles and, upon closer inspection, he found one of those vehicles was loaded down with duffel bags of drugs. “This is taking it to a whole new level,” said Canadian County Sheriff Chris West. “We believe that these products were being overproduced […]

  • Oklahoma driver comes to crashing halt in softball complex

    PURCELL, Okla. – A wild ride through a small Oklahoma town came to a crashing halt at a Purcell softball complex. Like many places in Oklahoma right now, there is a blanket of snow on the ground. It has given a lot of people on the road headaches and in some cases, has led to several accidents. That was not the case police say in a crash that ended in the city’s softball field after a car went airborne and […]

  • Del City police investigating twist in murder-suicide, arrested man for allegedly luring victim

    DEL CITY, Okla. – Del City police are investigating a twist in a murder-suicide that happened over the weekend and arrested a man for allegedly luring the victim to the scene of the crime. Just minutes after midnight on New Year’s Day, police found a man dead outside a home along Mallard Drive. Later that day, they were involved in a standoff with the suspect who ended up taking his own life inside a home on Del Road. “Del City […]

  • Multiple lakes down by several feet in the metro

    OKLAHOMA – Have you noticed Lake Hefner looking a little low lately? That large area water source is not the only one. The Oklahoma Climate Survey tweeted December “was a cold month for many Oklahomans, a dry month for most, and a memorable one for all.” "Dec. was a cold month for many Oklahomans, a dry month for most, and a memorable one for all." Dec press release at https://t.co/T1H4CBlBsC — OK Climate Survey (@OKClimate) January 3, 2017 Bob Moore […]

  • Oklahoma teacher surprised with award after starting community program

    ELGIN, Okla. – Christmas may be over, but for middle school students in one Oklahoma town, the meaning of the season will be with them long after the holidays. They say it is better to give than to receive. Sometimes that might not always be easy for children to understand, but you won’t see that at Elgin Middle School. “I’ve been watching them give coats to other kids,” Susan O’Hara said. “Other kids have been making the wishes for each […]

  • Charges filed against Logan County deputy caught up in burglary investigation

    LOGAN COUNTY, Okla. – Charges have been filed against a Logan County deputy who is caught up in a burglary investigation. Court documents state the victim and the deputy knew each other, the deputy helped the man with a side business and allegedly knew where he placed a large sum of money. It was not a typical smash and grab, which is how thieves usually break into cars. Whoever got into this one did not need to use force. Police […]

  • Officials investigate Oklahoma high school coach allegedly sending inappropriate text message to student

    PURCELL, Okla. – There are disturbing allegations, involving a high school coach. The Purcell School District along with police in Garden City, Kansas are investigating an inappropriate text message allegedly sent to a student during a recent tournament. The allegations happened over the weekend, and the coach has since turned in his resignation. The marquee sign outside the school still displays the announcement of the basketball tournament in Garden City, Kansas. However, what allegedly happened there forced one coach’s resignation. […]

  • Man arrested after allegedly shooting at Oklahoma City officers

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A dramatic arrest late Monday afternoon led to a man police said fired at officers during a traffic stop late last week. One of those officers was grazed by gunfire, and he later found the bullet inside his pocket. Authorities issued an arrest warrant for Samuel Carolina. The 27-year-old was wanted on four counts of shooting with intent to kill. Monday afternoon, Bob Moore Chopper 4 was the only news camera flying overhead, when police and U.S. […]

  • Authorities investigating possible hate crime after pig carcass discovered in front of mosque

    LAWTON, Okla. – Muslim leaders in Oklahoma are calling on the FBI to investigate what they are calling a hate crime after a dead pig was dumped outside a Lawton mosque. It is hard to make out what exactly fell from the back of a truck, but some believe it sent a clear message. “We decided it was important to call upon law enforcement to look at it as a possible hate crime, because it seems very clear that somebody […]

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