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  • Three car wreck sends five people to the hospital

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Five people were transported to the hospital following a three vehicle wreck near NW 16th and MacArthur. Officials say the crash was caused when a stolen Toyota Sequoia ran a red light, striking a Chevy Tahoe. The stolen vehicle then spun out, hitting a red truck nearby. Two people from the Chevy Tahoe were transported to the hospital, one of them with extremely critical injuries. A man and his pregnant wife, who were in the red truck, […]

  • One person transported after auto-pedestrian accident in NW OKC

    OKLAHOMA CITY – One person was transported to the hospital for observation after being hit by a vehicle near NW 26th and Ann Arbor. Police say a female wearing all black clothing was walking in the street when she was hit. The driver of the vehicle stayed on scene and is cooperating with police.  

  • Silver Alert issued for missing Norman woman

    NORMAN, Okla. – Norman Police have issued a silver alert for 64-year-old Virginia Dillon. Dillon was last seen near the 600 block of 24th Avenue SW around 5 p.m. today. She is believed to be on foot and wearing a short brown coat. If you see Dillon or have any information on her whereabouts, call police immediately.

  • Police chase ends with power outage on city’s southwest side

    UPDATE: Power has since been restored.  OKLAHOMA CITY – A police chase ends with a power outage near SW 17th and Robinson. Oklahoma City police were in pursuit of a vehicle when the suspect crashed the vehicle into a power pole and possibly blowing a transformer. Power is reported out on many streets in that area. Police confirm that suspect is in custody.

  • Wagoner County Sheriff’s Office: Missing 11-year-old girl with autism found following search

    UPDATE: According to FOX 23, Lily has been found.  BROKEN ARROW, Okla. – An 11 year-old girl is missing after being dropped off by a school bus earlier this afternoon near the area of S 216th Ave and E 33rd St. The Wagoner County Sheriff’s Office said Lily Buffington was last seen wearing a blue dress, black ballerina shoes, a purple coat, and a purple backpack. Officials say the girl suffers from autism and could be in danger. Fox 23 […]

  • One in custody, one on the run after short pursuit on city’s NW side

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Police were involved in a short pursuit that ended near Britton and Western Thursday night. One suspect is in custody, but police are still searching for a second suspect. Officials say there are no injuries.

  • Police respond to shooting in NW Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Emergency crews responded to the area of NW 10th and Portland after a man called police saying he was shot. That man was transported to the hospital but is expected to be okay. There is no suspect information at this time.

  • Moore family escapes flames after child spots smoke

    MOORE, Okla. – A family safely escaped their burning home Wednesday evening after one of the children spotted smoke coming from underneath a garage door, officials said. The Moore Fire Department was called at around 7:30 p.m. to a home in the 1200 block of Glenwood Drive near SW 19th and Tower Drive. The first crews on scene were met with flames and heavy smoke coming from the two car garage. Moore Fire Deputy Chief Greg Herbster said a woman […]

  • Police: Misunderstanding leads to attempted shooting

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities in Oklahoma City say a man has been taken into custody following a bizarre misunderstanding near SW 59th and Penn. It all started on Thursday evening when a man driving down Rockwood Ave. began having car trouble. The victim got out of his vehicle to see what was wrong when a nearby homeowner spotted the man. Police tell News 4 the homeowner believed the victim was trying to steal his car, so he began shooting at […]

  • Police respond to wreck in Moore

    MOORE, Okla. – Moore police are responding to a wreck near SW 4th and Telephone Rd. Reportedly, a vehicle hit a pedestrian and drove off, leaving the pedestrian in critical condition. Police ask you avoid the area while they investigate. No other details have been released at this time.

  • Police gave an all clear and opened S. Oklahoma Ave. and the Bricktown Canal to vehicle and pedestrian traffic Wednesday, July 4, 2018, after a suspicious bag was found on a canal stairwell that evening. (KFOR/Bill Miston)

    Police give all clear after suspicious bag in Bricktown brings in bomb squad

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Police gave an all clear and opened S. Oklahoma Ave. and the Bricktown Canal to vehicle and pedestrian traffic early Wednesday evening after a suspicious bag was found on a canal stairwell. Oklahoma City Police closed off Oklahoma, between Reno and Sheridan at around 5:30 p.m., as well as halted the Bricktown Water Taxi and canal foot traffic as bomb squad members were called in. Police said the bag was found on a stairwell that leads down […]

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