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  • Sooners fans bring energy & appetite to Texas State Fair ahead of Saturday’s big game

    DALLAS, Okla. – In less than 24 hours, thousands of fans will head to the Cotton Bowl to see one of the greatest rivalries in college sports – the Oklahoma Sooners versus the Texas Longhorns – play out on a big stage. Before taking a seat at the stadium and roaring on their team, many fans took their enthusiasm… and appetite… to the Texas State Fair. Fans of both teams will meet at the fair to test out some of […]

  • Oklahoma man facing charges after allegedly soliciting prostitution

    PERKINS, Okla. – An Oklahoma man is facing charges after he allegedly attempted to get a high school student to send him graphic photos. Earlier this month, an 18-year-old female went to the Perkins Police Department to report disturbing text messages and Snapchat messages that she had with a man. She says she met Gassan Alneama after applying for a job at an automotive shop in Perkins. According to the probable cause affidavit, Alneama contacted her on Facebook and asked for […]

  • Oklahoma City among first cities to fly revolutionary aircraft

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Travelers who are flying out of Will Rogers World Airport may soon have the chance to fly in a revolutionary aircraft. United Airlines announced that Will Rogers World Airport will be among the first cities to experience the carrier’s CRJ 550 aircraft. The new Bombardier CRJ 550 is the world’s first 50-seat regional aircraft that has a larger airframe to accommodate first-class seating. Officials say the aircraft has space for every customer to bring a roller […]

  • Monster Dash raising funds for Junior League through costume contest, 5k

    NORMAN, Okla. – Families in Norman will take part in a costume contest and family-friendly activities in an effort to raise funds for the Junior League of Norman. The organization is hosting its annual Monster Dash 5k and 1-mile Fun Run on Sunday, Oct. 27 at Reaves Park in Norman. “Monster Dash is one of the League’s annual fundraisers that helps to support our community programs, such as Food for Kids and Baby Steps”, said Bradi Blanco, Monster Dash Chair. […]

  • Family-friendly event planned for opening of new lake trail

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – City officials are encouraging families to explore the great outdoors with the opening of a new lake trail. A grand opening celebration is scheduled for the MAPS 3 Lake Draper Trail on Oct. 26. The 13.5-mile Lake Draper Trail loops the lake in southeast Oklahoma City. Due to the hills along the side of the lake, it has more elevation changes than other trails in Oklahoma City. While exploring the trail, you can find three pieces […]

  • Man identified after deadly officer-involved shooting

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR)  – Authorities are releasing more information about an officer-involved shooting that left one man dead on the city’s northwest side. Police say it all started as they were following up on a separate incident from Wednesday. “Yesterday, officers had responded to 925 Cedar Lake Blvd. investigating a suspicious vehicle. During that investigation, a subject had backed a van into an officer’s police car and then fled the scene. That subject was not located yesterday,” said Capt. Larry […]

  • Oklahoma law enforcement organizations team up to tackle illicit sex industry

    TULSA, Okla. (KFOR) – State leaders say they have made several arrests connected to an organized crime ring related to the illicit sex industry. “These arrests have delivered a decisive blow to the illicit sex industry in our state,” Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter said. “We must do everything we can to eliminate this threat to our society. Human trafficking, drug smuggling, robbery and sexual assault are only a handful of the horrific crimes bred out of these criminal networks. […]

  • Visitation reinstated for several medium-security correctional center units

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Visitation has been reinstated at several medium-security units of correctional centers nearly a month after gang fights broke out in six prisons across the state. On Friday, the Oklahoma Department of Corrections announced that it is reinstating visitation this weekend at the medium-security units of Joseph Harp Correctional Center, James Crabtree Correctional Center, Lexington Correctional Center and Oklahoma State Penitentiary. The following facilities have already resumed normal operations, including visitation: Jackie Brannon Correctional Center Eddie Warrior Correctional […]

  • Police: One person in custody after stabbing at Oklahoma City apartment complex

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Officials say one person is in custody following a stabbing at an Oklahoma City apartment complex. On Friday morning, Oklahoma City police were called to a reported stabbing at the Putnam Green Apartments, located near W. Wilshire Blvd. and N. Rockwell. When officers arrived, they found one person suffering from a stab wound. Officials tell News 4 that one person has been taken into custody at this time. So far, the identities of the victim and […]

  • After torrential rain destroyed cornfield, Oklahoma farmer takes to the skies to plant cover crops

    SOUTH COFFEYVILLE, Okla. (KFOR) – After torrential rains and flooding hit Scotty Herriman’s farm in May, it seemed like there wasn’t much left of the crops he planted. Herriman has been farming along this spot in South Coffeyville for over 50 years. In the spring, Herriman signed up for the Environmental Quality Incentives Program that promoted cover crop adoption because he was going to have 650 acres of corn. “It was going to be in the bottoms and prairie too,” […]

  • Oklahoma family raising funds for murder victim’s funeral service

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma family is still searching for answers after their loved one’s body was found in a field last month. Around 5:30 p.m. on Sept. 26, Oklahoma City firefighters were called to a field near N.E. 50th and Sooner Rd. regarding a suspicious fire. The caller told 911 dispatchers that a couch was on fire in the field. When fire crews arrived, they were able to quickly douse the flames. At that point, they discovered a body […]

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