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  • Lawyer plans to ‘detail mental illness’ of man charged in parents’ murders

    EDMOND, Okla. –  An attorney for a 19-year-old man accused of killing his parents is being described as mentally incompetent, according to the Associated Press. Shortly after 2:30 a.m. on March 4, police received a 911 call about shots fired inside of a home near E Covell Rd. and N Bryant Ave. As authorities went inside the home, they found the bodies of 50-year-old Michael Logan Walker and 44-year-old Rachel May Walker. Both had been shot multiple times. Officials say […]

  • Oklahoma City Animal Welfare celebrating ‘St. Pet-rick’s Day’ with reduced adoption fees

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Celebrating the luck of the Irish could save you a little green this weekend if you want to add a pet to your family. The Oklahoma City Animal Welfare says that guests who stop by the shelter on Sunday wearing green will be eligible for free or half-price dog or cat adoptions in celebration of “St. Pet-rick’s Day.” Officials say pets with a green shamrock on their kennel can be adopted for free, and every other dog […]

  • Gov. Stitt signs medical marijuana ‘unity bill’ into law

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A bill aimed at providing Oklahoma with regulatory framework for the medical marijuana industry has been signed into law. House bill 2612, which has been called the “unity bill.” includes sections specifically related to packaging and labeling guidelines or restrictions, along with “safety-sensitive jobs.” According to the legislation, no employer may refuse to hire or penalize an applicant or employee “solely on the basis of a positive test for marijuana components or metabolites.” An exception, however, would […]

  • Puppy born with upside-down paws getting stronger after corrective surgery

    LUTHER, Okla. – An adorable Coonhound puppy who was born with upside-down paws is on the fast track to recovery after undergoing surgeries to correct his birth defect. Milo was just 5-weeks-old when he was surrendered to Oliver and Friends Farm Rescue and Sanctuary. Veterinarians knew something had to be done when they noticed that Milo’s front paws were turned upside down. “We evaluated Milo with our state-of-the-art CT scanner and identified his problem to be congenital dislocation of both […]

  • One person injured in southwest Oklahoma City shooting

    OKLAHOMA CITY – One person was taken to a local hospital following a reported shooting in southwest Oklahoma City. Around 12:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oklahoma City police and paramedics were called to a reported shooting near S.W. 22nd and Independence. When crews arrived, they realized that one person was injured. Authorities say one person has been taken to a nearby hospital for treatment, and S.W. 22nd St. was blocked off as officers investigated the scene. At this point, no other […]

  • Seiling hunter becomes new record holder with massive bull elk

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A bow hunter has been recognized after he killed a massive elk in Dewey County. Bowhunter Tyson Hiebert, of Seiling, was named the new record holder in the nontypical elk category of the Oklahoma Cy Curtis Awards Program. On  March 5, a panel of judges measured the massive rack on a 9-by-9 bull elk, and realized that it beat the previous record by 21 inches. In all, it became the second-place elk overall in the state’s Cy […]

  • Officials: Thieves steal fire truck from volunteer department, break into Oklahoma home

    OKMULGEE COUNTY, Okla. – A local volunteer fire department says that it has been targeted by thieves. On Thursday morning, the Liberty Volunteer Fire Department has reported that a 2007 Ford F-350 Firetruck was stolen from an Okmulgee County Fire Station. Around 8 a.m. on Thursday, investigators say that the stolen fire truck was seen on surveillance video being used to break into a home in Muskogee County. If you see the truck, you are asked to call 911 immediately.

  • Regional Food Bank helping feed Oklahoma City students during spring break

    OKLAHOMA CITY – While many kids are excited to be out of school for spring break, a local organization is working to make sure that no student goes home hungry. Through March 22, the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma is providing free meals and snacks to Oklahoma City Public School students who usually rely on free or reduced meals on school days. Any student who is 18-years-old or under can receive a free meal and snack through the Regional Food […]

  • Officials: Over 2,000 Oklahomans hospitalized because of the flu this season

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The number of Oklahomans who died or were hospitalized as a result of the flu continues to increase, according to data from the Oklahoma State Department of Health. On Thursday, the Oklahoma State Department of Health announced that the flu has claimed the lives of 53 Oklahomans and led to more than 2,148 hospitalizations statewide. Most of the deaths occurred in patients who were over the age of 65. Last month, health experts announced that one child […]

  • Russell Westbrook launches new basketball shoe honoring Oklahoma City Thunder fans

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It’s no secret that Russell Westbrook loves fashion. The Oklahoma City Thunder superstar is known for his personal sense of style almost as much as his ability to earn triple-doubles. In the past, Westbrook has created a fashion line designed to honor his childhood in Los Angeles. Now, the father of three is launching a new shoe created with Oklahoma City Thunder fans in mind. The ‘Why Not Zer0.2’ shoe by Jordan, known as “The City” was released […]

  • Police still searching for answers after young mother’s murder

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities are still searching for answers following the murder of a young mother. Around 3 a.m. on Oct. 27, officers rushed to the Redbud Landing Apartments after neighbors heard a series of gunshots nearby. “I was awakened by gunshots,” recalled Brea’s mother, LaKeesha, who was asleep upstairs the night of the shooting. Oklahoma City police discovered 24-year-old Brea Robinson on the ground in front of a stairwell, suffering from a gunshot wound. Another victim, Devin Hill, was […]

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