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  • Chickasha police: Software update may affect non-emergency calls

    CHICKASHA, Okla. – A local police department is warning citizens that a software update may cause some issues for its 911 call system. On Tuesday, the Chickasha Police Department says it will be updating its 911 call system software. During the update, officials say there could be interruptions on the non-emergency lines. “We are anticipating the update to take several hours, but do not have an absolute as to a completion time. This update will not affect 911 service, and […]

  • Renovations almost complete on iconic Tiffany apartments

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A building that has been a part of the Oklahoma City area for more than 50 years is set to reopen with a new look. The Tiffany Apartments, located at 5505 N. Brookline near N.W. Expressway, were originally built in 1966. The complex was originally known as Tiffany House, and was one of only three mid-century high-rise apartment buildings in Oklahoma City in the early 1960s. However, the 12-story building had not been renovated until it was […]

  • Oklahoma City Animal Welfare hosting free adoption event to save 200 animals

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Summer is a busy time for animal shelters, which is why many are working to find abandoned pets a loving home. On Saturday, Oklahoma City Animal Welfare is hosting a free adoption event. The goal is to save 200 animals that will be euthanized if they aren’t adopted. “We need the community’s help to save lives. It’s that simple,” said Superintendent Jon Gary. “The summer is a busy time, and we have to clear space for more […]

  • Turner Turnpike to close between Oklahoma City and Wellston overnight

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A busy turnpike will be closed early Saturday morning as construction on the new Eastern Oklahoma County Turnpike continues. Officials with the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority say the Turner Turnpike will have overnight closures early Saturday morning between Oklahoma City and Wellston. The closures are part of a project to install bridge beams near Luther Rd. on the new interchange that will connect the new turnpike to the Turner Turnpike. Westbound construction will take place on Saturday as […]

  • Construction begins on MAPS 3 Convention Center

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Construction has started on the new MAPS 3 Convention Center in downtown Oklahoma City. “Three of the MAPS 3 projects are right in the heart of downtown – the OKC Streetcar, Scissortail Park and the convention center,” said Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt. “With today’s groundbreaking, construction is underway on all three and dreams are becoming reality. As much as everyone talks about how far our downtown has come, the opening of these three projects will dramatically […]

  • Rescued pit bull in South Carolina makes history in Oklahoma

    WETUMKA, Okla. – A rescued dog is making history with an Oklahoma police force. This week, the Wetumka Police Department announced that it has a new addition to the force- Officer Wildflower. Officer Wildflower was a stray pit bull who was found wandering the streets of South Carolina until she was captured and sent to “Throw Away Dogs Project.” Once there, she spent six months learning how to detect narcotics. This week, Officer Wildflower became Oklahoma’s first rescue pit bull […]

  • Former Oklahoma high school coach charged with rape, sexual battery

    MOUNDS, Okla. – A former coach in an Oklahoma town has been charged with raping a former student. According to court documents obtained by KJRH, 31-year-old Callen Brett Brooksher was charged with second-degree rape after he allegedly raped a 17-year-old female student in 2012 and 2014. Documents allege that Brooksher was also charged with sexual battery after he inappropriately touched another female student, and even put his mouth on her chest. According to the probable cause affidavit, the investigation began […]

  • Oklahoma firefighter injured in natural gas explosion

    TULSA, Okla. – A veteran of the Tulsa Fire Department is recovering from injuries he sustained from a natural gas explosion on Thursday afternoon. Authorities say it all started when a crew hired by the Housing Authority was digging with a backhoe and clipped an unmarked natural gas line. Investigators say the leaking gas ignited around 3:45 p.m. on Thursday, causing an explosion and sending flames about 20 feet into the air. Officials say Tulsa Fire Capt. Greg Delozier and […]

  • Police: Father, son held hostage during violent home invasion

    TULSA, Okla. – Authorities are searching for three men who allegedly broke into a home in Tulsa and held a family hostage. According to KJRH, the suspects kicked in a door to a home near 31st and Sheridan in Tulsa just after midnight on Friday. Investigators say a father and son were inside the home, and were held hostage while the suspects ransacked the home. At one point, the son was actually shot in the leg. The victim told FOX […]

  • Patients at Children’s Center celebrate prom

    BETHANY, Okla. – It was an afternoon of fun and dancing for children in Bethany on Thursday. KFOR’s Scott Hines served as the honorary ‘ringmaster’ at the Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital in Bethany. “These kids are special. They’re unique and they bring so much value to the world and to our lives,” Hines said at the event. The kids got grand introductions and specials escorts from the Oklahoma City Thunder, University of Oklahoma football team and several hospital volunteers. They […]

  • Firefighters: 10-year-old boy saved toddler who fell in pool

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A young Oklahoma boy is being credited for his quick-thinking when he saw a toddler struggling to swim. The Oklahoma City Fire Department says 10-year-old Will was at a neighborhood pool party when he spotted a 2-year-old girl fall into the water. Amazingly, the boy pulled the girl to safety and made sure she was breathing. On Thursday, firefighters welcomed Will and his little brother to Fire Station 37.