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  • Rodeo bull charges at pedestrians, police cruiser after escaping from Oklahoma City Stockyards

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Officials say a rodeo bull wreaked havoc on the streets of Oklahoma City late Monday night. Around 9:50 p.m. on Monday, Oklahoma City police received a call about a vicious animal running loose near Reno and Classen Blvd. Authorities soon learned that a rodeo bull escaped from the Oklahoma City Stockyards and was running loose on the streets. At one point, a witness was nearly trampled by the bull and was forced to jump into the Oklahoma […]

  • One person injured after being hit by train in Edmond

    EDMOND, Okla. – Authorities are investigating after a person was hit by a train in Edmond. Around 4 a.m. on Tuesday, emergency crews were called to an accident involving a train near Broadway and Thatcher, near downtown Edmond. Investigators say one person was walking along the train tracks when they were hit by a train. Authorities say the train operator told officers that he sounded his horn multiple times, but the man on the tracks didn’t turn around or step […]

  • Oklahoma fire chief dies days after wife of 49 years

    OKTAHA, Okla. – An Oklahoma family is in shock after losing both their mother and father suddenly in a matter of weeks. For the past 49 years, Leonard Stevens was always by the side of his wife, Donna. Sadly, Donna passed away unexpectedly earlier this month. Her death came as a shock to loved ones, but they had no idea that they would be mourning another loss so soon. “I asked him, ‘Are you ready to go home?’ He looked […]

  • Tiny Oklahoma City restaurant named ‘America’s Best New Restaurant’

    OKLAHOMA CITY – In recent years, many new restaurants have decided to skip out on the big cities and call Oklahoma ‘home.’ Now, one Oklahoma City restaurant has been named ‘America’s Best New Restaurant’ by Bon Appetit. Recently, Bon Appetit released its ‘Hot 10: America’s Best New Restaurants 2018’ and an Oklahoma City establishment was at the top of the list. Nonesuch, a 20-seat tasting-menu restaurant, opened in the 800 block of N. Hudson Ave. in Oklahoma City in October […]

  • Officials: Aerospace company bringing hundreds of jobs to Oklahoma

    OKLAHOMA CITY – State leaders say hundreds of high-paying aerospace jobs will be coming to Oklahoma in the coming years. On Tuesday, Gov. Mary Fallin announced a partnership between the state of Oklahoma and Valkyrie Systems Aerospace to bring manufacturing facilities and flight operations to the Sooner State. “Oklahoma is one of the world’s premier destinations for the aerospace and defense industry. The new Valkyrie facility will continue to elevate this industry in our state,” said Fallin. “By bringing aircraft […]

  • New Oklahoma City restaurant to give first responders free lunch before grand opening

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A restaurant that has been named one of the nation’s ‘top emerging restaurant chains’ plans to open its doors next month in Oklahoma City. However, first responders will be able to enjoy some of the delicious food before it actually opens to the public. Firebirds Wood Fired Grill will open its first location in the Sooner State in mid-September. The restaurant will be located at Chisholm Creek, just south of the John Kilpatrick Turnpike and W. Memorial […]

  • Fifth person arrested in connection to Garvin County home invasion, robbery

    GARVIN COUNTY, Okla. – A fifth person has been taken into custody in connection with a home invasion in Garvin County. Around 3:41 a.m. on Aug. 2, dispatchers with the Garvin County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call, saying that a male had been stabbed. The caller told dispatchers that her son and his 16-year-old friend were at her house and in need of medical attention. Once emergency crews arrived, they rushed the 22-year-old victim to the hospital. Investigators say […]

  • Del City police investigating armed robbery of Family Dollar store

    DEL CITY, Okla. – Authorities in Del City are hoping to speak with a man about a recent robbery of a Family Dollar store. On Aug. 13, Del City police officers were called to the Family Dollar store, located in the 3000 block of S.E. 44th St., following a reported robbery. Investigators say a man, armed with a pistol, robbed the store clerk before leaving the area in a black or dark blue Ford F-150. Police say the suspect is […]

  • Oklahoma City officer acquitted of charges related to federal investigation

    OKLAHOMA CITY-  An Oklahoma City police officer charged with concealing a federal crime and lying to investigators looking into an interstate theft ring has been acquitted of the charges. News 4 first learned about the case in January of 2017 when Amanda Czermak was charged with conspiracy to sell items she stole outside of Oklahoma, in the state. Then in March and again in June, several more defendants were added to the case, including Dakota Epperly, Auston Slater, Dakotah Henderson, David […]

  • Metro city council seeking to restrict medical marijuana dispensaries

    YUKON, Okla. – A local community is hoping to put restrictions on where medical marijuana dispensaries are located within the city limits. City council members in Yukon are expected to vote on a proposed ordinance next Tuesday. According to the Yukon Review, it would only allow medical marijuana retailers to open on Garth Brooks Blvd., just south of I-40. Dispensaries would be prohibited from setting up shop near places like schools, playgrounds and churches. The proposal also would ban anyone […]

  • Surveillance video released after Oklahoma City store clerk violently attacked

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City police have released surveillance video from a violent attack on a convenience store clerk. Late last week, officials say three men attempted to rob the U.S. Foods Quick Stop, located near N.W. 31st and Drexel. During their attempt to rob the store, the men brutally attacked the clerk. They didn’t get away with any cash, and police say they ran off after they were unable to open the cash register. All three suspects are described […]