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  • “You never think it’ll hit this close to home,” Two Oklahomans killed in road rage shooting

    CUSTER COUNTY, Okla. — The driver accused of killing two people on a shooting rampage on I-40 will go before a Custer County judge Friday. Jeremy Doss Hardy, 36, is being held on a DUI charge. Authorities say his blood alcohol level was above the legal limit when the shootings happened. The deadly shooting spree has so many people wanting answers. “It’s unimaginable, it’s very unbelievable,” Julie Menge said. The first victim killed, near Hydro, was 45-year-old Jeffrey Kent Powell. Julie Menge […]

  • UPDATE: “Common Law” husband arrested on neglect charges. Neighbors don’t believe it

    OKLAHOMA CITY – What started as an investigation into a car accident turned into an arrest for alleged abuse in southeast Oklahoma City. Oklahoma City police were called to a home on Thursday night after 70-year-old Truman Dodson allegedly hit a fire hydrant and left the scene. But officers weren’t prepared for what they allegedly found when they went to Dodson’s front door. “Our officers arrived at this residence and knocked on the front door, and when the man opened the […]

  • “It makes my service worth it,” Dental office provides free care to veterans

    OKLAHOMA CITY — Aspen Dental showed thanks to about 3,000 veterans nationwide Saturday with free dental care. Sixteen of those veterans got help at the office on West Memorial Rd. in Oklahoma City. It was part of the Healthy Mouth Movement, an initiative launched in 2014 aimed at helping people who cannot afford dental care. Saturday, Dr. Jerry Wyatt gave Karen Morgan a new smile. Morgan was in the U.S. Navy Hospital Corps and served during the Vietnam War. About […]

  • Emergency managers urge you to make a plan before a tornado strikes

    This time of year, residents without an underground shelter need to think about their options long before severe weather strikes.  If a tornado threatens her home, Virginia Prince has a plan.  “Well I’d probably go to my son’s, four streets away, and go to his storm cellar,” says Virginia.  Emergency management experts urge you to know where you would take shelter, at work and at home. If you live in a mobile home or an upstairs apartment, find a safer […]

  • Animal welfare director with controversial history takes OKC job

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City is in the middle of an animal overpopulation crisis. As many as 700 are cared for daily at the only city-run shelter. Julie Bank is the new animal welfare superintendent. “I hope that we are a caring loving organization here who’s going to look at every single animal and do everything we can in our power for that animal,” Bank said. But some in the rescue community wonder why Bank was chosen for the job […]

  • Dash-cam video released in OHP trooper involved shooting

    GUTHRIE, Okla.– We got our first look at dash-cam video Tuesday of a Guthrie shooting that took place after a traffic stop. OHP says Trooper Swickey shot Kenneth Brown, 18, when Swickey felt his life was in danger. The dash-cam video shows Swickey pulling over Brown for allegedly not having his headlights on. It appears to be just a routine traffic stop, letting Brown off with just a written warning. However, the mood changes when Trooper Swickey begins questioning Brown. […]

  • Oklahoma City motel residents left high and dry with no water

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Residents of the Route 66 Inn in Oklahoma City say they’ve had no running water for several days. About 30 people call the motel at I-40 and Meridian home.Tracie Kaiser says she pays a thousand dollars a month to rent two motel rooms there. It’s supposed to be all bills paid, but she says they have no running water. “And there’s no water, no water, still no water,” said Kaiser. Kaiser says the problem has been going […]

  • Traffic Alert: Accident on Britton Rd. near Oklahoma Ave. slows morning traffic

    UPDATED 1/12/15 8:37 A.M. OKLAHOMA CITY – A two car crash in Oklahoma City is slowing down the morning commute. It happened after 7:30 a.m. in the middle of Britton Rd. Near Oklahoma Ave. The accident involves a car and a SUV. Police say the driver SUV was heading east on Britton Road and was waiting in a turn lane to head south and was rear ended by the driver in a silver car. The driver of the silver car […]

  • Dryer sparks house fire in OKC

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Some scary moments for an Oklahoma City family after a fire. It happened around 7:00 a.m. Monday at a home located at 213 NW 92nd, which is in northwest Oklahoma City. Firefighters say the people inside were running laundry in a dryer inside a detached garage. According to investigators, they forgot to clean out the dryer vent and the built up lint sparked a fire. There were no injuries. Firefighters estimate there is about $2500 worth of […]

  • Generous Oklahomans support ‘Holidazzle’ event, Warmth 4 Winter

    OKLAHOMA CITY –  An overcast sky didn’t dampen the holiday spirit at the Holidazzle event, presented by Paycom. Children and their parents came to the Buy For Less on N.W. Expressway to take pictures with Santa, enjoy a toy train ride and hot chocolate. This family friendly event also brought in donations of new coats for Brad Edward’s Warmth 4 Winter program. The coats are then sent to The Salvation Army for distribution. Also, NewsChannel 4’s Galen Culver, Tara Blume, Lucas Ross and […]

  • Flames or feast: simple tips for a safe thanksgiving

    OKLAHOMA – The last thing anyone wants is to burn Thanksgiving dinner, much less the house you’re eating it in. Deep fryers are known to be especially dangerous when it comes to frying turkeys. Brian Stanaland with the Oklahoma City Fire Department says if done wrong, it could cost you more than the price of the bird. “What you’ve got to think about is you’ve got an open flame below a large pot of grease.” Stanaland said. It could either […]