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  • Officials: Threat to Norman North High School not credible 

    UPDATE 3:37 P.M.: The Norman Police Department has determined that the threat to Norman North High School is not credible.  NORMAN, Okla.- The Norman Police Department is investigating a potential threat to Norman North High School. Investigators are currently working to determine the validity of the threat. Right now, there will be an increased police presence at the school and surrounding area for the rest of Friday. No other details have been made available at this time. Two men were […]

  • Summary of NEW Emergency Medical Marijuana rules

    Here is a link to the summary of the revised medical marijuana rules for Oklahoma. The State Board of Health must vote on these issues and is set to do so August 1, 2018.  

  • Groundbreaking in Piedmont benefits fallen & disabled service member’s families

    PIEDMONT, Okla.-A special ground-breaking on a new Piedmont home will benefit a fitting organization. Neal McGee homebuilder broke ground Tuesday in Windmill Park Estates. While groundbreakings for homes happen daily across Oklahoma, this one is extra special for a local group. Proceeds from the sale of this house will go to the Oklahoma City Chapter of Folds of Honor. Folds of Honor provides educational scholarships to America’s fallen and disabled service member’s spouses and children. The home features 4 bedrooms, […]

  • Earthquakes rock Oklahoma City metro

    OKLAHOMA CITY- Multiple earthquakes rattled parts of Oklahoma Tuesday afternoon. The USGS reports several quakes striking parts of the Sooner State. The first was an M2.6 just south of Herman, Oklahoma hitting around 2:43 p.m. Then there were two within one-minute registering close to Edmond. Those are recorded as an M2.5 at 4:09 p.m. an M2.8 at 4:10 p.m. Then a larger M3.4 was reported about 4 miles ENE of Edmond at 5:35 p.m. The 4WarnMe app tracks Oklahoma earthquakes, download […]

  • Fresh Cantaloupe Cucumber Salad recipe

    OKLAHOMA CITY-Looking for an interesting and different way to use fresh cantaloupe? This salad has a fresh, zippy taste and combines the usual with the unexpected. It’s delicious! This recipe serves 4-6 and is delicious! • ½ cup olive oil • ¼ cup white wine or 1/4 cup white wine vinegar • 1 teaspoon dried tarragon • 1 teaspoon salt • ¼ teaspoon black pepper • ½ large cantaloupe, rind and seeds removed, flesh cut into 1-inch pieces • 1 […]

  • Things to do! August in the Myriad Gardens

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma! Sing-A-Long, Cat Video Fest, Ice Cream, Carousel Opening, Dancing in the Gardens, Classes for Children and Adults, and more The summer fun continues at the Myriad Botanical Gardens in the month of August. Events Community FREE Barre3 in the Gardens The Devon Lawn and Band Shell Monday, August 6, 7-8pm Bring yoga mat and water FREE Barre3 continues at the Gardens for another season of FREE community outdoor fitness. Barre3 mixes athleticism, grace and the latest […]

  • Easy dark chocolate rum cake recipe!

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Here is an easy and chocolate-y recipe you can whip up in no time. 1 box Super Moist Triple Chocolate Fudge Cake Mix 1 package (3.9oz) Chocolate pudding mix 4 large eggs 1/2 C water 1/2 C vegetable oil 1/2 C golden or spiced rum 1/2 C semi sweet chocolate chips, lightly dredged in flour 1/2 C chopped nuts (optional) Glaze: 1 stick butter (1/2 C) 1 C sugar 1/4 C water 1/4 C rum Preheat oven […]

  • 12 Russians indicted for 2016 hacking in connection with U.S. elections

    WASHINGTON-The Justice Department announced indictments in special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election against 12 Russian nationals and accused of them of engaging in a “sustained effort to hack into the computer networks” of the DCCC, the DNC and “the presidential campaign of Hillary Clinton and release that information on the internet under the names DCLeaks and Guccifer 2.0 and through another entity.” All 12 defendants are members of the GRU, a Russian Federation intelligence […]

  • Heat Alert: More than 100 people have been treated for heat-related illness

    OKLAHOMA CITY- Emergency calls in the Oklahoma City metro have tipped the century mark for the number of people who’ve become sick from the smoldering heat. Since the summers’ first “Heat Alert” was activated May 31st, 101 people have called 9-1-1 dispatchers to tell them the heat was making them ill. On Wednesday alone, five more patients have already been transported by paramedics to local ERs because of the effects of the extreme heat and humidity. EMSA’s “Heat Alert” will remain […]

  • Easy Squash Salad Recipe

    OKLAHOMA CITY- Oklahoma grows amazing yellow and zucchini squash. Here is an easy squash salad recipe 1 yellow squash, cut into rounds or peeled into strips 1 zucchini squash, cut into rounds or peeled into strips I Roma or 12-14 cherry tomatoes (optional – cut Roma’s into thin slices or half cherry tomatoes) Juice of one medium lemon 1/4 C white vinegar 2 T sugar 1 T dried dill Few leaves fresh basil, chopped (I use 4 T) 4 T […]

  • Flash Point: Legalized medical marijuana and other election results

    OKLAHOMA CITY- The Sunday after the Oklahoma primaries and the Flash Point team analyze the results. Legalized medical marijuana passing, education candidates surprise many as they advance to general or a runoff, and some of the upsets. Mickey Dollens filled in for Mike Turpen. Original air date 7/1/18