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  • Officials clear bomb squad scene in Pottawatomie County

    MACOMB, Okla. – Officials are clearing a scene in Pottawatomie County after a woman thought she found dynamite in her barn. Authorities responded to the barn near Macomb Thursday evening. Officials say a woman was cleaning out an old barn when she found what appeared to be dynamite in a wooden box. Upon closer inspection, deputies found that it was leaking, sweating and unstable. Homes in the area were evacuated at the time as officials believed it to be dynamite. […]

  • Four armed robbery suspects arrested in N.W. Oklahoma City after hours-long search

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Four armed robbery suspects were taken into custody after two barricaded themselves inside a home on the city’s northwest side Tuesday evening. Oklahoma City Police say four suspects were involved with the robbery of a jewelry store in the 6500 block of N. May Avenue earlier in the day. Police say two black males entered the store, produced a weapon and made off with cash and product. Police said late Tuesday evening that a vehicle was found […]

  • Crews respond to high-rise fire in northwest Oklahoma City old city jail

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City fire crews are on scene of a high-rise fire in the old city jail near Robert S Kerr and Shartel. Police called it in at about 9:45 p.m. When crews arrived, there wasn’t very much smoke on floors one through five, but they reported a lot of smoke on the sixth floor. Crews are searching the building now. There is a lot of smoke in this structure. — Oklahoma City Fire (@OKCFD) May 22, 2018 […]

  • Governor Mary Fallin signs controversial adoption bill

    OKLAHOMA CITY — Governor Mary Fallin has signed a bill opponents have criticized as discriminatory in the adoption process. Senate Bill 1140, authored by Sen. Greg Treat, R-Oklahoma City, states child-placing agencies do not need to place a child or provide related services if doing so would violate the agency’s religious or moral beliefs. In a statement sent Friday night, Governor Fallin said she does not believe the bill would restrict LGBTQ individuals and couples from fostering or adopting. For months, […]

  • Police on the lookout for repeat kidnapper

    PURCELL, Okla. – Police are on the lookout for a suspect with a nation-wide felony arrest warrant who is believed to have kidnapped a previous victim of his. Floyd Joseph Ball Jr. showed up to a Subway in Purcell just before 10 p.m. tonight and kidnapped the same victim, Joanna Higgins, he had kidnapped just weeks before. Ball and the victim left the restaurant in an unknown direction in a green, four door Toyota Camry. The license plate was Oklahoma […]

  • Emergency crews responded to a train vs. vehicle accident in SE OKC

    OKLAHOMA CITY- Emergency were on scene of a train vs. vehicle accident near SE 51st and High. Police say a BNSF employee called in the accident saying their train had hit a car.   Officials on scene say two cars were involved in a road rage incident when one car blew a tire and became disabled on the train tracks. The other car left the scene. The driver of the damaged car attempted to change his tire when a train […]

  • Two people injured after fire at hair salon

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Two adult males sustained second degree burns to their hands and arms after a fire at Kreations Hair Salon in the 3100 block of N. Drexel. Oklahoma City Firefighters say the fire started due to acetone being too close to a heating source, which caused a small explosion. Firefighters quickly extinguished the fire. Officials say there was not a lot of damage to the salon and that it did not lose power. Both patients were transported to […]

  • Shifting winds making western wildfire tough to battle

    DEWEY COUNTY, Okla. –  A charred wasteland developed southeast of Seiling along Hwy 270 on Tuesday.  Black as far as the eye can see, flames and smoke still billowing up along the horizon. Crews from all over the state and region sent in to battle the blazes. The wildfires in western Oklahoma continue to destroy land and lives. “Its terrible.. afraid we are going to lose this place,” said Lisa Newell. The Newell family is hoping it won’t destroy their livelihood. […]

  • Minor pulled from Lake Stanley Draper Tuesday evening

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma City teenager was rescued by police officers after she was found in Lake Stanley Draper earlier this week. On April 17, emergency crews were called to the lake following a report of an attempted suicide. When police officers arrived at the lake, they heard a girl screaming for help. According to the police report, one Oklahoma City officer was already in the water keeping the girl’s head above water as another officer ran to help. […]

  • Oil rig explosion in Wewoka injures two

    WEWOKA, Okla. – An oil rig caught fire today injuring two workers. This happened in Wewoka on Highway 56. The Seminole County Sheriff’s office say two workers were injured. One of those workers was taken by medical helicopter to a hospital in Oklahoma City. The rig is still burning off natural gas at this time according to the Seminole Police Department. The cause is under investigation.

  • Residents displaced after fire at duplex, triplex in southwest Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Fire crews were on the scene of a grass fire that spread to a duplex and a triplex in Oklahoma City Friday evening. It happened near S.W. 89th and Western. Fire officials say when they arrived on scene, they saw a fire between two buildings. The fire then spread to the buildings, a duplex and a triplex. All five units were occupied, and one unit had several animals. Thankfully, there were no injuries to residents or animals. […]