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  • Man’s Apple Watch calls 911 for him after crash leaves him unconscious

    SPOKANE, Wash. – Bob Burdett ended up unconscious after a bike crash earlier this month in Spokane—and his Apple Watch called 911 for him. ]Burdett, 62, flew off his bike as he approached a curve at the bottom of a hill, and the ensuing hit was so hard his watch detected it, the Seattle Times reports. The fall-detection feature alerts emergency medical services if the wearer is immobile for a full minute after the fall—which is why, by the time Burdett came […]

  • Man charged after allegedly attacking, groping realtor on camera during open house

    ENCINO, Calif. – A suspect has been taken into custody after a real estate agent reported being attacked and groped during an open house in Encino, California authorities said Wednesday. The incident, which was caught on security camera, happened just outside the home in the 5700 block of Zelzah Avenue on Sunday afternoon, said the realtor, who did not want her name released. Video shows a man apparently chatting with the victim by the doorway and shaking her hand before […]

  • 4Warn Storm Team attends Severe Weather Awareness Expo

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It’s that time of year to start thinking about severe weather in Oklahoma. Penn Square Mall hosted the fifth annual Severe Weather Awareness Expo featuring the  4 Warn Storm Team along with Chopper 4 and storm chasing vehicles. A crowd of enthusiastic shoppers took time out to meet our meteorologists and storm trackers who were on hand to sign autographs and take pictures with fans. They also shared weather related stories. The 4 Warn Storm team  is […]

  • Gunman kills deputy, wounds 4 other deputies and 2 civilians in shootout near Denver

    HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo. — A gunman shot and killed a deputy, and injured four other deputies and two civilians at an apartment complex early Sunday morning, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office said. **Copper Canyon OIS Update**- Deputies responded to a domestic disturbance resulting in shots fired. 5 deputies shot by suspect. 1 deputy confirmed deceased. 2 civilians also shot by suspect. Suspect shot & believed to be dead & no longer a threat. #CopperCanyonOIS — DC Sheriff (@dcsheriff) December 31, 2017 […]

  • Oklahoma drama students tackle tough topic

    MOORE, Okla. – Drama students at SouthMoore High School are putting on a powerful and emotional stage play. It is called ‘Nora’s Lost,’ and it is about an older woman with Alzheimer’s Disease who follows a vision of her husband into the woods. As she wanders, the audience sees memories of her family, her husband, and her younger self. “It is personal to me. It was something that I felt that I could help them understand and learn from. And […]

  • McClain County 911 center phone system has been restored

    PURCELL, Okla. — The McClain County 9-1-1 phone system has been Restored. The McClain County Community Emergency Response Team previously issued a statement about the emergency number not working on their Facebook page.

  • Thousands attend third annual Severe Weather Expo at Penn Square Mall

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The third annual Severe Weather Awareness Expo was held today at Penn Square Mall. Thousands of 4 Warn Storm Team fans gathered to meet the team and get autographs and share weather stories with chief meteorologist Mike Morgan along with Emily Sutton, John Slater, Matt Posgai, Sarah Libby and our team of 4 Warn Storm chasers. Outside the mall, attendees could also see Bob Moore Chopper 4 and talk with pilot-reporter Jon Welsh. Dominator 4 also drew […]

  • A show of support for the Confederate flag at the Oklahoma State Capitol

    The stars and bars were flying from the backs of pickups at the Oklahoma State Capitol Saturday. The video above shows supporters of the flag rallying on the capitol grounds. We’re told about 90 people met near I-40 and MacArthur and caravaned to the capitol to show their support for the Confederate flag. As you know, flying the flag has been under scrutiny since the deadly shooting at a South Carolina church that killed 9 people. The alleged gunman was […]

  • Thousands celebrate America’s birthday at Edmond’s LibertyFest

    EDMOND, Okla. — Tens of thousands of spectators lined the streets of downtown Edmond for the LIbertyFest 2015 Parade. LibertyFest is recognized as one of America’s best 4th of July events with a variety of parade floats from dozens of organizations. People showed their patriotism by wearing colorful hats and tee shirts to eye catching socks and shoes and by waving flags, signs and anything red, white and blue.  Even dogs got a chance to show off their 4th of July […]

  • Gallery: Thousands turn out for The Voice auditions in OKC

    OKLAHOMA CITY–  Thousands of aspiring singers with dreams of super-stardom in their eyes shuffled into the Chesapeake Arena for auditions for NBC’s wildly popular show, The Voice. The warm and muggy weather brought out people wearing everything from hot pants, to high heels, cowboy hats, to leather vests, skinny jeans, mini skirts as well as a rainbow of hair colors. People could be heard singing and rehearsing throughout the long line wrapped around Chesapeake Arena. “Ultimately I’d love to win. There are […]

  • Protecting your garden all summer long

    All the rain is good, but it can also bring along some problems for our gardens. With sunshine in the forecast, now is a great time to tackle some of those issues. Our gardening guru, Linda Vater, has some great tips and tricks that are on her radar right now. See them in the video above.

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