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  • Those wrongly given citizenship higher than initially reported

    WASHINGTON (CNN) — The number of individuals who were supposed to have been deported but were instead granted citizenship is far higher than initially reported. On Monday, the Inspector General reported that 858 individuals from “special interest countries” — meaning countries that are considered to be “of concern to the national security” of the US — were supposed to have been deported but were instead granted US citizenship. But the truth is even worse than reported, with more than 1,800 […]

  • Oklahoma joins 20 other states in challenge of U.S. Department of Labor new overtime rule

    OKLAHOMA CITY– Attorney General Scott Pruitt announced Tuesday that Oklahoma has joined 20 other states in filing a complaint in federal court challenging the The United States Department of Labor’s new overtime rule. The new rule will more than double the minimum salary overtime threshold for both public and private workers without Congressional authorization. All employees who earn less than $913 a week would be entitled to overtime, including state and local government employees. It also contains a ratcheting mechanism to automatically […]

  • Authorities hunt for man in connection to early morning homicide

    MIDWEST CITY, Okla.—Police are searching for a man in connection to an early Saturday morning homicide. Around 7:45 a.m. an African American male walked into the GI’s Market at 10001 NE 10th Street. The suspect is described as being in his late teens or early twenties with dreadlocks and dressed in black pants and a dark hooded jacket. The suspect loitered inside the store for a while before withdrawing a semi-automatic handgun with an extended magazine, and demanding money. The store clerk, Salman Tahir, […]

  • Protesters, supporters line the street during Trump event in Norman

    NORMAN, Okla.– OU versus Ohio State is one of the biggest games of the year for Sooner fans, but it is also a big day for Trump Supporters. Donald Trump put aside campaigning for a few hours and attended a packed event at a home in Norman. Protesters and supporters lined the streets of Chautauqua Avenue all Saturday afternoon.  

  • Viewer submissions of Saturday’s weather

    OKLAHOMA– As storms roll through Oklahoma Saturday, there have been some incredible photos and videos taken of the clouds, rain, hail, and lightening. If you have any photos or videos of the storms, please share with us on Facebook, Twitter, or at  

  • GAME DELAY: OSU/Pitt match-up is experiencing a delay due to weather

    STILLWATER, Okla.– The OSU/Pitt match-up is experiencing a weather delay due to lightning. The game has 12:55 left to play. Fans are being asked to leave the stands and seek shelter. We are now in a lightning delay.#OKState and Pittsburgh are tied, 38-38, with 12:55 left to play. — Cowboy Football (@CowboyFB) September 17, 2016

  • Crews responding to apartment with damaged roof in Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY– Emergency crews responded to the Country Club Apartments on South Agnew just after 4:40 p.m. A roof has been damaged on one of the complex’s buildings. No one was injured, but it is anticipated families from four or five units will be displaced. Authorities are speculating wind as the cause of the damage to the roof.  

  • GAME DELAY: The OU and Ohio State match-up has been delayed due to weather

    NORMAN, Okla.– The anticipated match of the Sooners versus the Buckeyes has been delayed due to weather. Oklahoma Football said via Twitter the game will be starting closer to 8 p.m. GAME DELAYED: Based on weather projections, tonight's game against Ohio State is now projected to start at approximately 8 p.m. CT. — Oklahoma Football (@OU_Football) September 17, 2016

  • First child dies by euthanasia in Belgium

    BELGIUM– A terminally ill minor has become the first child to be euthanized in Belgium since age restrictions were lifted in the country two years ago, according to several sources. A Belgian lawmaker told CNN affiliate VTM that the physician-assisted suicide happened within the past week. The child, who was suffering from an incurable disease, had asked for euthanasia, Sen. Jean-Jacques De Gucht told VTM. The identity of the child and age are unknown. “I think it’s very important that […]

  • NewsChannel 4 has fun with fair-goers

    OKLAHOMA CITY– Beautiful and warm weather brought out thousands of visitors to the State Fair in Oklahoma City. The food, fun, and music are part of a tasty mix of things to do when you walk the fair grounds. Also, NewsChannel 4 anchors and reporters were on hand to meet visitors, sign autographs, and take pictures with fair-goers. Linda Cavanaugh met folks from Woodward to Norman. She also sampled some of the food including a pizza topped with scorpions. Yes, you […]

  • New rape allegations, new scrutiny for UNC misconduct policy

    CHAPEL HILL, N.C.– Frustrated with the University of North Carolina’s handling of sexual violence reports, five women took matters into their own hands in 2013 by going public with their stories and pursuing justice through other means. Sound familiar? Maybe to those following the story of Delaney Robinson this week. The UNC Chapel Hill sophomore went public with allegations that the school failed to conduct a thorough investigation when she accused a football player of raping her on Valentine’s Day. […]

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