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  • Holidazzle offers free admission to Science Museum of Oklahoma for donated coats

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Looking for something to do with the kids on Friday? Bring your family and friends to Science Museum of Oklahoma for Holidazzle,  presented by Paycom. For each coat donated today to Brad Edwards’ Warmth 4 Winter, you get a free entry to Science Museum of Oklahoma and a picture with Santa Claus. Also, meet News 4’s Brent Skarky. The fun kicks off Friday at 10 a.m. and lasts until 2 p.m. Come on out and enjoy the festivities of […]

  • Gathering Place host ‘Trucktoberfest’

    TULSA, Okla. — The Gathering Place is hosting “Trucktoberfest” today, October 12 from 4 to 9 p.m. on the QuikTrip Great Lawn. Officials say Trucktoberfest, sponsored by Bob Hurley RV, will be bringing some of the most popular and unique food trucks to one location. The festival will also have truck-themed activities, lawn games and music for the entire family, officials say. “Trucktoberfest is going to be a family favorite event that will bring food truck fanatics from all over […]

  • Deputies rescue endangered bat stuck in Tulsa county courthouse

    TULSA, Okla. – Tulsa County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a not-so-typical situation after finding a bat at the Tulsa County Courthouse. Deputies say they found the baby bat near the entrance and noticed it was unable to fly during a perimeter check. After taking measures to get the small bat inside a box, they were able to contact a local bat rescue group who will take care of the small animal. Officials say the brown bat was actually an endangered […]

  • Pittsburg County deputies involved in deadly shooting

    PITTSBURG COUNTY, Okla. – Pittsburg County deputies were involved in a fatal shooting when they say that they tried to pull over 19-year-old Sayven Rowland just after 7pm on October 11. Pittsburg Co. Sheriff’s Department says they were patrolling the area in the town of Pittsburg due to complaints of ATV’s driving erratic in the area. Deputies say they were told that the ATV’s were possibly involved in help commit burglaries. Deputies say they tried to pull over an ATV […]

  • Sand Springs outlaws being topless in public, regardless of gender

    SAND SPRINGS, Okla. – The Sand Springs City Council passed an emergency ordinance Wednesday to outlaw the act of being topless in public regardless of gender. The ordinance does not apply to children under 10, women who are breastfeeding or to those suffering a medical emergency. Click here for the full story.

  • Police search for suspects after pizza delivery driver is pistol whipped, robbed in south Tulsa

    TULSA, Okla. – Tulsa police are searching for two suspects who they say pistol-whipped and robbed a pizza delivery driver near 61st and Memorial Friday night. Police say it happened at 8700 E. 60th Place about 11:45pm Friday. The pizza delivery driver told police that two men walked up to him in the street, struck him in the face with a gun and demanded his property. Click here for the full story.

  • Federal Jury Awards Man $4 Million In LeFlore County Excessive Use Of Force Case

    POTEAU, Okla. — A federal jury on Friday (Oct. 4) awarded a man $4 million in an excessive use-of-force case against a former LeFlore County sheriff’s deputy accused of ramming the man’s motorcycle and striking him during the arrest. The jury awarded Chad Ousterhout $3 million for compensatory damages and $1 million for punitive damages against Kendall Morgan, who resigned as undersheriff from the department in August 2018. Sheriff Rob Seale said an appeal is pending and had no further […]

  • Cooke County woman celebrates 100th birthday with 100 roses, several honors Friday

    GAINESVILLE, Tex. – A Cooke County woman celebrated her 100th birthday in style Friday morning. A greeting from The Oak Ridge Boys was just one of many surprises for Elvira Flusche. Flusche’s nephew, Steve Eberhart, is the general manager of KGAF radio in Gainesville. He had her on the morning show to celebrate her 100th birthday, which is on Sunday. Eberhart said he made a promise four years ago to get his aunt 100 red roses if she lived to […]

  • Determined 10 year old walks to end Alzheimer’s

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Serenity Gaines is 10 years old and she has an important reason to join The Walk To End Alzheimer’s in Oklahoma City. Pastor Emeritus Dr. James H. Tucker of her church, Greater New Zion Baptist Church, is suffering from the debilitating disease. “I’m out to support Alzheimer’s, the cause, that’s why we do this,” said Serenity (pictured above, front left) . She and members of her church were among the crowd of thousands gathered in Bicentennial Park […]

  • Hazmat crews respond to chlorine leak at Norman Water Treatment Plant

    NORMAN, Okla. – Hazmat crews have contained a chlorine leak at the water treatment plant in Norman. Crews responded to the 3000 block of East Robinson before 2 p.m. Friday. Norman Fire Chief Travis King said that a valve malfunctioned on a cylinder that was being connected, and it began leaking chlorine. Officials placed a valve cover on the cylinder, containing the leak, and briefly closed off Robinson between 34th and 36th avenues. The road is back open and the […]

  • Local couple takes to the skies after skydiving plan taken from them

    CUSHING, Okla. – An engaged Oklahoma couple took a big leap of faith over the weekend, jumping out of a plane from 12,000 feet in the air. Last year, Carly Benson surprised her fiance Eric with his and her tandem jumps from Scissortail Skydiving. Eric is in the military and could be deployed at anytime. So Carly went ahead and purchased a gift certificate for the jumps. However, that flight never took off. Scissortail Skydiving went out of business. With […]

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