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  • Girl Scouts unveil name, branding for camp in Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Congresswoman Kendra Horn, Ward 7 City Councilwoman Nikki Nice and Tony Doye, Chief Operating Officer for Girl Scouts USA were all in attendance for a groundbreaking and unveiling ceremony for Camp Trivera, a first-of-its-kind STEM camp set to open in 2020 in Oklahoma City. “The Girl Scouts have pledged to get 2.5 million girls into the STEM pipeline by 2025,” Doye said. “We are building the STEM workforce through the lens of leadership for girls. The workforce is demanding […]

  • Rape case involving former Bixby football players dismissed, sources say

    BIXBY, Okla. – Sources tell KJRH the case accusing four former Bixby football players of sexually assaulting another teammate was dismissed Friday. Fifteen months ago, four former Bixby football players were charged with rape by instrumentation. Documents say they used a pool stick to assault a 16-year-old teammate at the home of former superintendent Kyle Wood, who resigned amid the incident. The school handed down consequences to Isaiah Lakin, William Thomas, Colton Cable and Joe Wood three days after the […]

  • Boo the Pomeranian has died

    SAN FRANCISCO, Cali. – Boo, “the world’s cutest dog,” crossed the rainbow bridge on Friday, at the age of 12. In March of 2016, he had over 17.5 million likes on his Facebook page. His popularity led to Good Morning America appearances, four picture books and a stuffed animal. “My name is Boo. I am a dog. Life is good.”

  • ODOC searching for Tulsa fugitive

    TULSA, Okla. – Oklahoma Department of Corrections officials are searching for a man who walked away Oct. 9, 2018, from Tulsa Transitional Center halfway house. Jacob R. Hester, 34, was serving a 5-year sentence for felony drug possession and manufacturing a controlled dangerous substance out of Mayes County. He is described as white, 5′ 10″, weighing about 161 pounds, with brown hair and hazel eyes. Anyone with information can call our escapee hotline at 866-363-1119 or email All calls […]

  • Stay warm this weekend at the Oklahoma City Home and Garden Show

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It was a comfortable 72 degrees inside the Bennett Event Center for the Oklahoma City Home and Garden Show at State Fair Park. Outside however, the temperature was below freezing. But the cold weather didn’t dampen the enthusiasm for visitors for this exciting event showcasing brilliant ideas for your home and garden. From exciting landscaping methods, to kitchen transformations, indoor spas and storm shelters, you could find something nice to add to your home. Joleen Chaney and Eli […]

  • Arctic blast brings snow, storms, and damage across Oklahoma

    EDMOND, Okla. – A blast of cold, wintry weather and high winds toppled trees and mail boxes in Edmond. @kfor our trampoline in the neighbor’s yard after last night’s wind #WarrAcres — Nicky Logue Ryan (@only1mrsryan) January 19, 2019 Temps will remain in the 20s and 30s this afternoon with north winds 25 to 35 mph with gusts over 40 mph. The cold temps and strong winds combine to produce wind chills in the teens and single digits! Tonight […]

  • First responders on scene of a critical wreck in NW OKC

    OKLAHOMA CITY – First responders are on the scene of a critical wreck near NW 39th and Lake Hefner Parkway Friday evening. Officials say this is a single-car accident. The condition of the driver is life-threatening. Authorities are investigating the cause of this incident. There is no other information available at this time.

  • 4 the Weekend: Home and Garden Show

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It will be cold, there might be snow, but it’s still the weekend. Escape the winter blues, and get inspiration for spring at the Oklahoma City Home and Garden Show. You can get cooking demonstrations from America’s Test Kitchen. The hosts of “Tiny House Builders” and “Extreme Small Spaces” will be featured as well. It runs through Sunday. Adult tickets are $12 and kids 12-and-under are free. The International Finals Rodeo is going on at the State Fair […]

  • Kay County Health Department investigating case of active tuberculosis in Ponca City High School student

    PONCA CITY, Okla. – The Kay County Health Department announced today that it is investigating a case of active tuberculosis (TB) in a student who attended Ponca City High School. Health officials confirmed the student was recently diagnosed with active tuberculosis and state and county health department officials have initiated an investigation including providing TB testing of household contacts and other close contacts to the student. Ponca City Public Schools released the following statement: “The school district is cooperating fully with […]

  • OU officials respond to racist video involving a student circulating social media

    NORMAN, Okla. – The University of Oklahoma looking into a racially charged video originating on Snapchat of an apparent sorority member posting a video of another student allegedly using the n-word. Some girls that attend OU thought it would be funny (especially Olivia Urban and Francis Ford) to put black paint on their face and say “I am a nigger” @UofOklahoma #whatareyougoingtodo ???? — gabby (@GabbyHahaa) January 18, 2019 One of the girls in the video is said to be […]

  • Sulphur man found guilty of sexual battery

    SULPHUR, Okla. – A Sulphur man was found guilty of sexual battery of a 16-year-old in Murray County court on Thursday. Court documents say Daniel Floyd James, now 49,  inappropriately touched a 16-year-old girl with both his hand and a massager on December 2, 2016 at James’ home in Sulphur. “Any time a child is involved, it’s just, it’s just, sickening to me,” Sulphur Police Chief David Shores told KXII. James, a licensed professional counselor candidate, formerly worked for Southern Oklahoma Family […]