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  • In your car when severe weather hits? Here’s what you need to know, AAA says

    OKLAHOMA CITY – During severe weather in Oklahoma, storms can strike at any time, and some people may be caught on the road when it happens. AAA is offering drivers advice on how to stay safe if you’re caught on the road during severe weather. Heavy Rain and Flooding Turn around, don’t drown. Avoid driving in floodwater. If visibility is severely limited during heavy rain, drivers should reduce their speed and if they can safely do so, pull off the road […]

  • Cleanup continues near Devon Tower following terrifying ordeal

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Cleanup continues in downtown Oklahoma City following a dramatic rescue last week. On May 15, around 7:45 a.m., two window-washers were stuck in their cradle at the top of the tower while the wind repeatedly smashed them into the Devon Tower. As the Oklahoma City Fire Department and Devon Energy employees worked their way to the roof, Oklahoma City Police blocked off roads as glass from the broken windows fell about 900 feet to the ground. “It […]

  • Father allegedly shoots, kills son in NW Oklahoma City, police say

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City police are investigating a homicide on the city’s northwest side. Oklahoma City police say they responded to the scene near Hefner and Council around 9:30 p.m. Sunday for a shooting call. When police arrived, they found the body of the victim, 20-year-old Brayden Roberts. Police say it appears he was shot to death. According to police, Roberts became involved in a physical altercation with his father. Police say the father allegedly shot his son. The […]

  • Liberal leave authorized for all shifts at Tinker Air Force Base due to severe weather

    MIDWEST CITY, Okla. – The Tinker Installation Commander has authorized “liberal leave” for all shifts at Tinker Air Force Base for Monday due to severe weather conditions. Tinker officials say all shifts, beginning with 1st shift on Monday, for Tinker Air Force base personnel, except those designated weather essential/emergency, are authorized liberal leave. The policy will remain in effect for remaining shifts, swing/mid(grave). Military members should coordinate with supervisors, but liberal leave is recommended, Tinker officials say. Employees using liberal […]

  • OSBI: Woman killed in officer-involved shooting in Blackwell

    BLACKWELL, Okla. – An investigation is underway following an officer-involved shooting in Blackwell overnight. Around 3 a.m. Monday, Blackwell police received calls that shots were fired and a vehicle had been struck in the 1300 block of South Main. When officers arrived at the scene, dispatch received another call about more reports of shots being fired from a white pickup truck at different locations around town. Officers found the pickup and a pursuit began, “and shots were fired,” officials with […]

  • Six years later: Remembering the May 20, 2013 Moore tornado

    MOORE, Okla. – Six years ago, a devastating EF-5 tornado hit Moore, killing more than 20 people, including children. The tornado was just one part of a three-day severe weather event. On May 20, 2013, the touchdown first started near Chickasha and began to rapidly intensify. It then produced a tornado on the west side of Newcastle and moved east/northeast into the city of Moore and parts of south Oklahoma City. The tornado tore through a 17-mile long path before it […]

  • Multiple school districts closed Monday due to risk of severe weather

    UPDATE: Mid-Del school officials say Midwest City High School’s graduation will no longer be held Monday, May 20. It has been moved to Wednesday, May 22, at 7 p.m., at the Cox Convention Center.  MOORE, Okla. – Multiple school districts have announced they will be closed Monday, May 20, due to anticipated severe weather. Moore school officials said they “believe this is the best decision for our students, staff and families as their health and safety are priority. Please ensure […]

  • Woman killed in Tulsa County crash

    TULSA COUNTY, Okla. – The Oklahoma Highway Patrol is investigating the cause of a crash that claimed the life of a Sand Springs woman. It happened Saturday just after 10:30 a.m. near Sand Springs. According to a trooper’s report, the crash involved two vehicles. 40-year-old Erin Hausam, of Sand Springs, was pronounced dead at the scene due to her injuries. The driver of another vehicle was not injured. What led up to the crash is still under investigation.

  • ‘Road Closed’ signs being stolen near areas of high water, Wagoner County officials say 

    WAGONER COUNTY, Okla. – Officials in Wagoner County are investigating after “Road Closed” signs near high water areas are being stolen, leading to the rescue of one driver. According to the Wagoner County Sheriff’s Office, on Sunday, around midnight, dispatchers received a call that someone had driven into high water near Hall Ranch Road and S. 280 Road. The caller told dispatch water was getting into the vehicle and help was needed. Two deputies and a fire chief responded, wading […]

  • Teachers, school personnel get in free during June at Silver Dollar City

    BRANSON, MO. – Silver Dollar City is celebrating teachers and school personnel during the month of June with free admission! From June 1-30, teachers and school personnel from an accredited public or private K-12 school or college/university in the United States will receive complimentary Silver Dollar City one-day admission. Teachers and school personnel can also buy half-price ($34 plus tax) one-day tickets for up to four members of their immediate family or one guest of their choice. Teachers and school personnel […]

  • Oklahoma man suspected of fatally shooting his roommate

    BARTLESVILLE, Okla. – A man suspected of fatally shooting his roommate is expected to appear in an Oklahoma courtroom on a murder complaint. Bartlesville Police Department Capt. Jay Hastings says 45-year-old Shawn Lynch was arrested on a first-degree murder complaint following the fatal shooting of 29-year-old Kolton Joshua Edwards. Authorities say Lynch is expected to appear Monday in Washington County District Court. Hastings says the shooting was reported about 10:16 p.m. Friday at a residence in Bartlesville, about 41 miles […]

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