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  • Two people killed in fiery crash on bridge over Lake Texoma

    LAKE TEXOMA, Okla. – Two people were killed after a fiery crash on the Roosevelt Bridge over Lake Texoma. Officials responded to the scene just before 2 p.m. on U.S. 70. Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers say a vehicle was burning on the bridge when it collided with a semi-truck, sending the tractor trailer into the water that’s about 50 to 60 feet deep. Two people were killed in the crash – the driver of the vehicle and the semi-truck. Authorities were […]

  • Scene cleared at I-44 NB near N.W. 36th after multi-vehicle accident

    UPDATE: The roadway is now clear.  OKLAHOMA CITY – A part of I-44 is blocked due to a multi-vehicle accident. Officials say I-44 northbound, just south of N.W. 36th St, is blocked after an accident in that area. Eight cars are involved, according to the Oklahoma City Fire Department. Officials say ambulances are on scene, but it is unknown if anyone is injured. Drivers are asked to avoid the area.

  • 4-year-old boy found wandering alone in Edmond streets, police say

    EDMOND, Okla. – A 4-year-old boy was found wandering alone in the streets of Edmond, police say. Early Wednesday morning, a motorist called 911 after seeing the child in the area of Edmond Road and Santa Fe. The boy was found safe by police who then took him back home. “The kid climbed out the window while his parents were sleeping,” Jenny Wagnon, Edmond police spokesperson, told The Edmond Sun. “By the time the person called and we had him home, […]

  • Norman police looking for missing, possibly endangered couple

    NORMAN, Okla. – Norman police are looking for a missing couple who may be in danger. On June 20, Norman police received a report of a missing, and possibly endangered person, Elizabeth Tevault. Family members said they had not heard from her since the early evening of June 18. They tell police they are concerned for her safety due to recent medical issues. Officials say Elizabeth may be with her husband, Kyle Tevault, who was reported missing on June 20 by […]

  • Officials investigating after 24 head of cattle stolen from Oklahoma livestock auction

    STILWELL, Okla. – Officials are investigating after 24 head of cattle were stolen from the Stilwell Livestock Auction. According to Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association (TSCRA) Special Ranger John Cummings, it is believed the suspect, or suspects, entered the Stilwell Livestock Auction barn by cutting a padlock during the overnight hours between June 5 and June 6. Officials believe the suspect, or suspects, then loaded the animals onto a trailer for transport. The stolen cattle all had yellow ear […]

  • Scene cleared after OHP Bomb Squad investigates explosive device in Garvin County

    GARVIN COUNTY, Okla. – Officials are investigating after an explosive device was found in Garvin County. Authorities say Department of Transportation workers mowing near exit 74 on NB I-35, near Pauls Valley, ” found what appears to be an explosive device.” Garvin County deputies were called to the scene and confirmed it was “an improvised explosive device with a fuse protruding from the end.” Officials said it appeared the item had been discarded at the edge of the roadway. The […]

  • Police investigate stabbing in southwest Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Police are investigating a stabbing in southwest Oklahoma City. Officials responded to the area near S.W. 15th and Agnew Wednesday evening. Oklahoma City police tell News 4  three transients were drinking when one pulled out a pocket knife and swung it at the other two, hitting one woman in her abdomen. She was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The suspect is in custody.

  • OKC Zoo announces death of premature red panda cub

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma City Zoo has announced the death of a premature red panda cub. On Monday, at approximately 8 a.m., first-time mom Leela gave birth to a female cub at the Oklahoma City Zoo’s red panda habitat. Zoo officials say the cub was delivered eight to 10 days before full gestation and was underweight. Staff measured the newborn’s weight at 67 grams compared to the typical red panda cub’s birth weight of 100 grams. Sadly, the cub […]

  • Police investigating after fireworks allegedly explode inside Ardmore mailbox

    ARDMORE, Okla. – Police are investigating after fireworks reportedly caused an explosion in a mailbox in Ardmore. It happened early Monday morning in the 1000 block of 8th Ave NE. “It appeared to be fireworks placed in a mailbox,” said Capt. Keith Ingle with the Ardmore Police Department. Police say the damage estimate was approximately $50. Fortunately, there were no reports of any injuries. According to The Daily Ardmoreite, no suspects have been named. Officials are still investigating.

  • Oklahoma City police looking for man accused of stealing from home improvement store

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Police are looking for a man who is accused of stealing from a store in Oklahoma City. Officials say it happened near N.W. 37th and May Ave. at a home improvement store. Police say the man stole a drill from the store. If you have any information, call Crime Stoppers at 405-235-7300 or submit a tip online here.

  • “It was a loud explosion and started to pull,” What you should do before traveling this summer

    OKLAHOMA CITY – You’ve probably seen them on the road – treads of blown tires littering the asphalt. May through October is “tire blowout season” According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, tire blowouts are estimated to cause more than 400 deaths and more than 78,000 crashes every year. It happened to Steve Johnson, who works at News 4, and his family along I-44. “It was a loud explosion and started to pull,” Johnson said. “My biggest concern was […]