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  • There could be a problem with your specialty license

    STILLWATER, Okla. – A new federal law is causing headaches for nearly 30,000 commercial drivers in our state. Their driver licenses are being downgraded after they failed to validated their medical cards. Some CDL holders say they didn’t know about the law until it was too late. There are less commercial drivers on Oklahoma roads as of Tuesday afternoon and two of them used to work at Richards Construction and Paving in Stillwater. “My husband and my son cannot work,” […]

  • Purcell man leads police on chase after a reported hit and run incident

    PURCELL, Okla. – Purcell police say a case of road rage along I-35 led to a hit and run incident last weekend. Police arrested and booked Brian Williams, 30, on several charges including reckless driving, assault, and obstructing an officer. A 15-second cellphone video capturing William’s arrest is making the rounds across social media. The Purcell Police Department has been fielding calls about the video amid concerns of excessive force. Officers say they didn’t do anything wrong and that they were […]

  • OU Medical doctors perform life saving heart surgery on two month old baby

    OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – An Oklahoma City baby is beating the odds. He was born with a rare heart problem. His blood flowed in the opposite direction. Levi Carter’s mother was 37-weeks into her pregnancy when she found out there was something wrong with her son’s heart. Held in the arms of his dad Rory Carter Friday afternoon, two month old Levi doesn’t have a clue about the life and death situation he experienced in his short life. His mother […]

  • U.S. Marshals arrest two more people in connection to Norman murder

    NORMAN, Okla. – Detectives arrested two more people in connection to the murder of Justin Barnard, 24. A total of six people have now been arrested on a number of charges including first degree murder, burglary, and robbery. U. S. Marshals arrested two people Gary Harris, 29 and Montie Jones, 45 Wednesday evening in 10000 block of DJL Drive in Jones. Barnard was shot and later died at the hospital after a home invasion. Detectives say Barnard was home with […]

  • Blanchard man gets car stolen after chasing suspected thieves

    NEWCASTLE, Okla. – A Blanchard man took the law into his own hands after he caught a man trying to break into his car in the middle of the night. Instead of calling police he ended up chasing the suspects nearly 30 miles before calling it quits. It happened near the 2000 block of Oak Court in Blanchard and ended near N.W. 16th and Jordan in Newcastle. The car owner was getting ready to go to bed when he saw […]

  • Former Canadian County CASA executive director accused of embezzlement

    CANADIAN COUNTY– A Yukon woman is accused of stealing from some of Oklahoma’s vulnerable children. The Canadian County Sheriff’s Office say the executive director of the county’s CASA program took off with more than $70,000. CASA is an organization that advocates for abused and neglected children caught in the court system. Traci Owens, 45 was appointed in 2010 to run the local chapter, but resigned in 2013 after coming under fire for not showing up to work. “All in all […]

  • Campaign efforts to save businesses after Lexington-Purcell bridge closure

    LEXINGTON, Okla. – A desperate cry for help from business owners in the town of Lexington. Locals say they have lost out on so much revenue because of the bridge closure. The highly traveled bridge connecting Lexington to Purcell was closed for repairs after officials found cracks in the support beams. A Lexington man is hoping to raise just enough money to buy ad space in several local newspapers to encourage readers to shop local and to spend money in […]

  • U.K. girl battling cancer seeks treatment in Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY –  A family from England traveled more than 4,500 miles to Oklahoma City to save their daughter’s life. The family wanted to save their 2-year-old from a growing tumor with a treatment not available in the U.K. “We thought what the hospital thought that it was a cyst,” said Lesley Barsby, Bethany’s mother. “Then for the news to come back that it was an actual tumor your world just come crashing down.” Doctors said Bethany is fighting a […]

  • Police: Oklahoma man admits killing family cat because it ‘urinated in his boots’

    MOORE, Okla. – A man from Moore let his temper get the best of him after police say he admitted to killing the family cat. The Cleveland County District Attorney’s Office charged 43-year-old Kevin Dewayne Grace with one count of animal cruelty. Earlier in March police responded to a call at a home near the 200 block of S.E. 2nd St. The woman living at the home told police her husband had killed the family cat and took off. Court […]

  • Victims killed in 1918 Norman hospital fire found buried in mass grave site

    NORMAN, Okla. — It’s a burial mystery that went unsolved for decades. 40 hospital patients burned to death in 1918 and now archaeologists believe they have found the mass grave site. The fire happened almost 100 years ago at the Oklahoma State Hospital, now known as the Griffin Memorial Hospital. Communication was different back then and it took a very long time to receive and send any letters so families wanting to bury their loved ones didn’t get a chance. […]

  • Oklahoma man arrested for allegedly burning cross into family’s yard, fighting officer

    EDMOND, Okla. – An Edmond man is in custody after allegedly burning the shape of a cross into an Edmond family’s yard and fighting an officer. According to police, 31-year-old Shawn Crail is now facing arson charges among others after the altercation Sunday. Officers said surveillance video shows Crail burning a cross into a family’s grass near W. Coffee Creek Rd. and N. Kelly Ave. Police said Crail also poured gasoline on cars in the driveway. When crews arrived, they […]

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