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  • Norman Animal Welfare to hold free dog adoption event

    NORMAN, Okla. – Norman Animal Welfare will be holding an free dog adoption event for the rest of the week. All dog adoption fees will be waived from September 19 through September 22. The goal of the event is to empty the shelter. You can adopt a new furry friend at the Norman Animal Welfare, located at 3428 Jenkins Avenue, in Norman, Wednesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. To view […]

  • Baby born with heart outside her body preparing to go home

    Warning: Some parts of the video below contain graphic images.  A baby born with her heart outside her body and survived surgery to insert it back into her chest is preparing to go home – for good. Vanellope Hope Wilkins, now nine months old, was delivered by a team of 50 medical professionals at Glenfield Hospital in Leicester, UK, on November 17, 2017. She was born with ectopia cordis, a rare congenital condition that caused her heart to grow outside her […]

  • Westbound I-40 narrowed to one lane at SE 15th due to hole in bridge

    OKLAHOMA – Westbound I-40 has been narrowed down to one lane between SE 15th St. and Sunnylane Rd. over Crutcho Creek due to a hole in the bridge. The Oklahoma Department of Transportation says crews discovered the 1ft. X 2ft. hole Wednesday afternoon. Lanes are expected to reopen by 3:30 p.m. Drivers should use a different route and avoid the area, or expect delays.

  • Del City firefighter who died in the line of duty honored at memorial ceremony in Colorado

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Co. – Family, friends and members of the Del City Fire Department Honor Guard traveled to Colorado a fallen Del City firefighter at a memorial ceremony. Sgt. Steven A. Townsend, a member of the Del City Fire Department, died in the line of duty on November 11, 1999. Townsend was honored at the IAFF Fallen Firefighter Memorial Ceremony in Colorado Springs, Colorado, on September 15. 271 names of firefighters who died in the line of duty were placed […]

  • Gas line struck in northwest Oklahoma City, fire crews say

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A gas line struck in northwest Oklahoma City caused a nearby gas station to be evacuated. Oklahoma City fire crews responded to the area near NW 23rd St. and Penn. Wednesday before 9 a.m. According to the Oklahoma City Fire Department, a gas line was struck by a trencher at a new construction site. A nearby 7Eleven was evacuated as a precautionary measure. Fire officials say no streets have been closed at this time, but encourage drivers […]

  • Cashion police investigating after student allegedly makes threat against high school

    CASHION, Okla. – An investigation is underway after a student allegedly made a threat against Cashion High School. Police say late Tuesday night, they were warned that a student was making threats against the high school in a chat room. Officials identified the student who was then taken into custody. Police are at the high school Wednesday following the incident. Authorities are still investigating.

  • Chickasha man arrested after allegedly shooting roommate in leg

    CHICKASHA, Okla. – A Chickasha man was arrested after he allegedly shot his roommate in the leg. Officials responded to the area near 22nd and Dakota Tuesday around 7:10 p.m. after receiving a 911 call from someone who said he had been shot in the leg. When officers arrived, they found the victim, 52-year-old Kendall Dunn, of Chickasha, in the front yard. He was transported to the hospital where he is expected to be OK. An investigation reveals Dunn has […]

  • Oklahoma man arrested after keeping, spending GoFundMe money raised for toddler who died from accidental drowning

    FAIRVIEW, Okla. – A man who set up a GoFundMe campaign in the name of a toddler who died from an accidental drowning was arrested after he kept and spent the money on hotels rooms and more. According to the Major County Sheriff’s Office, 36-year-old Michael Winner, of Fairview, allegedly set up a GoFundMe account under the pretenses of helping family friends, and raised more than $1,100 in donations. Cash jars were also set up in various locations around Fairview, […]

  • Father arrested for child neglect after children tell police about poor living conditions

    TULSA, Okla. – A Tulsa father was arrested his children went to police and said they were living in poor conditions. Police say Wayne Allen’s 12-year-old daughter and 14-year-old son went to police about their living conditions, prompting an investigation. When police responded to the home, they found the family had had no running water for months, were using buckets as toilets and mattresses and floors were covered in urine and feces. Allen told FOX 23 he was saving money […]

  • Tulsa authorities make arrest in woman’s brutal murder

    TULSA, Okla. – Officials in Tulsa say they have made an arrest in the brutal murder of a woman that happened last year. Employees of a restaurant who were going to work on April 25, 2017, found blood on the walkway, leading to a dumpster where they found the body of 43-year-old Amy Robertson. An investigation revealed Robertson had been sexually assaulted before a suspect beat her to death. “This is one of those type of cases that definitely was […]

  • OU Medicine becomes official healthcare partner of the Oklahoma City Thunder

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma City Thunder announced on Wednesday that OU Medicine will be the team’s officials healthcare partner. Under the agreement of the “unique and innovate” 10-year partnership, OU Medicine will join with the team on a number of organizational, medical and community initiatives. “This is a dynamic and significant fusion of two of our state’s leaders in innovation and excellence. Going beyond the traditional and transactional sports partnerships, it’s a collaboration centered on research, technology, cross-learning and creative […]