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  • Ex-boyfriend of woman found dead in Okfuskee County dated missing Minnesota woman

    OKFUSKEE CO., Okla. – A mother is speaking out. Her daughter has been missing for nearly a decade – and has a connection to the two bodies found earlier this week in Okfuskee County. The bodies are those of Jenna Scott and Michael Swearingin – who have been missing since early this month from Temple, Texas. The Oklahoma State Medical Examiner’s Office confirmed their identities Thursday. “I’m hoping that I’ll finally find out where my daughter is,” Dottie Pease told […]

  • “The car sped away,” Passenger describes hit-and-run accident involving Oklahoma City streetcar

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Just one month after service began, the streetcar in downtown Oklahoma City has been involved in its first crash. The crash happened at the roundabout near N.W. 10th and Walker. A man who was on board at the time of the crash told News 4 that he’s thankful it was just a minor wreck, but hopes this will serve as a teaching moment for other drivers in the area. “It’s just another kink they have to work […]

  • “We need this to end,” Oklahoma domestic violence shelters share impact of government shutdown

    OKLAHOMA CITY – While the longest partial government shutdown in the history of our nation continues, many people are affected in many different ways, including some of our most vulnerable. “If we miss one victim, that’s a life and death situation right there,” said Candida Manion, the executive director of the Oklahoma Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. The coalition represents Oklahoma shelters and victims on a national level, advocating for legislation and policy, as well as funding. “Currently, […]

  • Group gathers in Edmond rallying around bill to abolish abortion

    EDMOND, Okla. – It’s a push to criminalize abortion in our state. Senate Bill 13, authored by Sen. Joseph Silk, R-Broken Bow, would abolish abortion in Oklahoma, taking past efforts against abortion a step further by criminalizing it. In the past, pro-life measures have regulated abortion, but now, this group is seeking to end it. Senate Bill 13 states “Any abortion procedure that results in the death of an unborn child is subject to the same laws governing homicide, manslaughter, […]

  • Government shutdown affecting the wallets of non-government employees in Oklahoma

    LUTHER, Okla. – We know the partial government shutdown is affecting countless government employees and their families, but now others are feeling the trickle-down effect. “When you’re the breadwinner and you’re used to bringing in the bread, and the bread goes from a slice to crumb, it’s hard to deal with,” said Danny Scott, who runs Danny Scott’s Custom Concrete in Luther. He says his business and employees are taking quite a hit already as government employees are now having to […]

  • Oklahoma City police look for two women suspected in armed robberies

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities are asking folks to be on the lookout for two women, one of them armed, as they appear to be on what police are calling a “mini crime spree.” Police say the first of the two robberies happened at the Family Dollar on N.E. 10th Street. They say staff was closing up for the night when they were confronted by a woman with a gun. “In the robberies, there’s two women that show up, however only […]

  • Fans, employees of Empire Slice House hoping for safe return of ‘Ellie’

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Another colorful “animal” is on the lam in Oklahoma City. Last week, a purple penguin was stolen from a downtown business, and now investigators are on the hunt for a pink elephant. This isn’t the first time “Ellie” has been stolen from Empire Slice House in the Plaza District, but patrons and staff hope it’s the last. Since day one, even at their old location, a beloved pink elephant named “Ellie” sat outside Empire Slice House. Over […]

  • $1K reward offered after rash of package thefts in NW Oklahoma City neighborhood

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Residents are hoping surveillance video and a $1,000 reward will help stop a porch pirate problem in their neighborhood. Those who live in the area near NW 63rd and May say they love their quiet neighborhood, but lately they’ve formed a bit of an unlikely friendship on NextDoor,  as many of them have fallen victim to a porch pirate or pirates. Now they’re banding together in hopes of finding whoever is responsible. “The response has been overwhelming,” […]

  • Greyhound bus passengers left stranded in Oklahoma City with no answers for more than 3 hours

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Abandoned in an unfamiliar city with no one around to answer their questions – that’s what dozens of folks said happened to them at an Oklahoma City Greyhound bus stop. The bus was traveling from Kansas City, Kansas to Dallas, Texas, but there was no one at the stop who could tell passengers when their next ride would be. They said multiple calls to the company left them with no answers, as well. Those left behind said […]

  • Man accused of trying to steal ambulances, biting EMSA employee

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It was a scary scene outside an Oklahoma City hospital as one man tried to steal two ambulances and allegedly assaulted paramedics and an officer. However, police say it wasn’t the first run-in with the law he had that day. An officer says he was helping another person outside St. Anthony’s Hospital when the alleged suspect first approached him, asking to be admitted to the hospital. The next thing he knew – chaos ensued. “For unknown reasons, […]

  • Oklahoma Dept. of Wildlife Conservation asks for input on proposed rule changes

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Calling all hunters and fishers – the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation is asking for your opinion on some proposed rule changes. There are 40 total proposed changes. Some of these changes include removing harvest and possession limits on private ponds, changes to legal firearms and archery specifications for deer hunting and changing raccoon season to open year-round. You can view a full list here. You can submit your input several ways, including attending two public hearings […]