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    Firefighters: man trying to start classic corvette sparks SE OKC fire

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    Nobody was injured after a fire started at a storage unit in SE Oklahoma City on Friday. More>>

    OKCPD: bumbling crook steals cash register from smoke shop

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    The Oklahoma City Police Department is hoping someone recognizes a man they say stole a cash register from a smoke shop when the clerk turned his back. More>>

    Cigarette sparks house fire in NW Oklahoma City Video included

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    A house fire broke out near 10th and Penn Ave in NW Oklahoma City.
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    President Obama to meet with Central American leaders over immigration crisis Video included

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    Government officials say more than 200 unaccompanied immigrant children in Oklahoma have been placed with sponsors so far this year.
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    Clinic veterans call a "life-saver" in danger of closing by end of the week Video included

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    FOX 25 highlighted the Patriot Clinic in S. Oklahoma City in our military town hall meeting in May. Patients of all kinds go there to get a prescription to use hyperbaric oxygen treatment for a number of illnesses and injuries.  More>>

    "Botched" execution in Arizona familiar issue in Oklahoma Video included

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    An all too familiar case is raising more questions about death penalty procedures Oklahoma and across the country.The Arizona Department of Corrections said Thursday Joseph Wood's execution was not botched. Officials say Wood was comatose during the two hour ordeal Wednesday. They say noises witnesses described as gasping and struggling for breath, was actually Wood snoring.Witnesses said something was clearly wrong.Related: Controversy brews over drawn out execution in Arizona"It was tough f... More>>

    Teachers begin preparing classrooms for new standards Video included

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    Across Oklahoma classrooms, new standards are on the way. As teachers throw out old plans, there are question about what teachers should get ready for in the coming days.State superintendent Janet Barresi says at least a portion is up to your local district."The real curriculum that is how they are taught, is determined by the teacher in their classroom or by the school," Barresi said.Barresi says the state standards will transition off common core starting this year and teach the PASS standa... More>>

    NFL team supports Former OSU player arrested for possession of marijuana Video included

    Former OSU football player Justin Blackmon arrested for marijuana Former OSU football player Justin Blackmon arrested for marijuana
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    Former Oklahoma State University football player and current NFL player Justin Blackmon is arrested him Wednesday night for possession of marijuana. His NFL team says they won't cut him from the roster.
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    Oklahoma City Police say they served warrant, found filthy home Video included

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    Police in Oklahoma City say when they served a search warrant at a home in south Oklahoma City, they found a home in deplorable conditions and now, the suspects they were seeking, are facing additional charges of child neglect. More>>

    Former OSU star Justin Blackmon arrested again Video included

    Former OSU football player Justin Blackmon arrested for marijuana Former OSU football player Justin Blackmon arrested for marijuana
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    Jacksonville Jaguar receiver Justin Blackmon was arrested Wednesday night in Edmond and charged with possession of marijuana.  Edmond police stopped  Blackmon on a traffic violation and said they smelled marijuana from inside the car. More>>

    Canadian County Sheriff says 50-year-old raped 13-year-old

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    The Canadian County Sheriff's Office announced Thursday that a 50-year-old Yukon man was arrested after they received information that man sexually assaulted a teen late last year. More>>

    Enid police: woman calls police to report her meth is "laced"

    54-year-old Lynette Sampson faces two drug charges after police said she called to complain that someone laced her meth. 54-year-old Lynette Sampson faces two drug charges after police said she called to complain that someone laced her meth.
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    A woman in Enid is charged with two drug crimes after police there say she called police to tell them her meth was laced. More>>

    A check is in the mail for 6.8 million people

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    More than 6.8 million Americans will get a refund from their health insurer this summer.

    Total value of the rebates will be $332 million, with an average of $80 going to each family. They'll be issued by August 1.
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    Police chief in NE Oklahoma city arrested on molestation charges

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    The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says a police chief has been arrested and accused of two counts of molestation of a child. More>>

    Ramp from WB I240 to NB I35 reopened after semi accident in OKC

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    State officials are asking drivers to avoid the intersection of WB I240 and NB I35 after an accident with a semi. More>>

    Former OSU football player arrested in Edmond on drug charges

    Former OSU football player Justin Blackmon arrested for marijuana Former OSU football player Justin Blackmon arrested for marijuana
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    Former Oklahoma State football player Justin Blackmon has been arrested in Edmond for possession of marijuana. More>>

    Greer County authorities search for escaped inmate

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    Authorities say an Oklahoma inmate is on the run after escaping from the Oklahoma State Reformatory in Granite.
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    Cash register taken from NE OKC smoke shop

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    Police are searching for the suspect in a robbery of a NE Oklahoma City smoke shop Thursday morning. More>>

    Oil and gas execs give alternative explanations to surge in OK quakes Video included

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    Wednesday members of the oil and gas industry publicly spoke out. They gave their side of the debated connection between injection wells and the state's recent surge in earthquakes over the past five years. More>>

    Controversy brews over drawn out execution in Arizona Video included

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    FLORENCE, Ariz - Controversy is brewing once again over lethal injections in the country. This comes after a drawn out execution in Arizona on Wednesday.
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    FDA warns against using caffeine powder Video included

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    A new warning from the FDA urges you to stay away from powered caffeine. It's easy to get. It's powerful. But as we recently learned, even a small amount can be deadly. The substance responsible for killing a high schooler in Ohio can easily be bought online. And now the FDA warns everyone to avoid caffeine powder."You get overstimulated, and in the worst case scenario, it can cause your heart to stop," said Dr. Rachel Franklin, medical director of OU Physicians Family Medicine. 18-year-old L... More>>

    Having trouble cooling off? It's not just heat, it could be your medicine too Video included

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    As the mercury rises in Oklahoma, people taking some over the counter medications and prescription drugs may find it harder to cool down. More>>

    Prosecutors continue investigating missionary Video included

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    19-year-old Matthew Durham is charged with 4 counts of leaving the country to engage in "illicit sexual conduct."In a federal court filing, agents say Durham volunteered with the Upendo Children's Home in Kenya.It reads that "in early June 2014, the live-in caretaker at Upendo began to notice odd behavior... and found Durham late at night lying beside some of the children..."When the live-in caretaker asked Durham about it, the "children stated Durham often touched them in a sexual manner" an... More>>

    Sensitive Payne County Documents go un-shredded, treasurer is responsible Video included

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    The names and social security numbers of some Payne County residents end up in an outside dumpster.
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    Oklahoma City Police search for possibly armed suspect in NW OKC Video included

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    Police in Oklahoma City say they're searching for a suspect who may be armed after an apparent shoplifting incident. More>>

    Fox at Five: as Okla. heats up, some medicine may make it harder to cool off Video included

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    With those temperatures on the rise, people taking some over the counter medications and prescription drugs may find it harder to cool down. More>>

    Midwest City man turns self in on animal cruelty, bonds out

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    A man wanted on two counts of animal cruelty in Midwest City turned himself in to Oklahoma County authorities only to bond back out shortly after he arrived. More>>

    Arkansas man wanted on child sex charges arrested in OKC

    Leon Cohen was arrested on two outstanding warrants out of Arkansas. One of which was a sex crimes against children charge. Leon Cohen was arrested on two outstanding warrants out of Arkansas. One of which was a sex crimes against children charge.
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    The Oklahoma City Police Department said when they were called to a report of a man who was drunk and threatening his wife, they found a man wanted on several sex crimes charges in Arkansas. More>>

    Custer County does it again: almost 15 lbs of crystal meth found on I40

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    The Custer County Sheriff's Office has topped Saturday night's bust where they said they found 12 lbs of crystal meth by finding almost 15 pounds in another bust. More>>

    Solar Cars Pit Stop In Oklahoma Video included

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    Karen Haubert just spent hours on Oklahoma roads under that Oklahoma sun piloting a car collecting energy from that sun. "It's hot, it's somewhat claustrophobic, but it's a lot of fun!" Haubert said. More>>

    New Custer County deputy helps in $500,000 crystal meth bust Video included

    Justin Fritz was arrested by Custer County authorities Saturday night. Deputies say he was carrying $500,000 in crystal methamphetamine. Justin Fritz was arrested by Custer County authorities Saturday night. Deputies say he was carrying $500,000 in crystal methamphetamine.
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    To say Marcus Williams is new to the Custer County Sheriff's Office may be a bit of an understatement. But this new deputy, just a few days on the job, made a massive crystal methamphetamine bust Saturday night. More>>

    Norman firefighter saves man's life at Outback Steakhouse Video included

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    A man from Moore says he owes his life to the quick thinking of an off-duty Norman firefighter. More>>

    Warr Acres police searching for missing truck driver

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    Warr Acres police are searching for a 55-year-old man who went missing early Tuesday morning. More>>

    Warrant issued for Midwest City man accused of abandoning pit bulls

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    Authorities have issued issued an arrest warrant for a Midwest City man accused of abandoning two pit bulls because they needed to be bathed. More>>

    Report shows drop in Oklahoma's child well-being ranking Video included

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    Oklahoma drops in a new report about how states care for children.  The report by the Annie E. Casey Foundation says Oklahoma took one of the biggest dives in child well-being of any state in the country.  The Kids Count Data Book says Oklahoma dropped from 36th place to 39th in the latest research released by the foundation. More>>

    Fox at Five: undocumented children move in then out at Fort Sill Video included

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    While hundreds of illegal immigrant children have been removed from Fort Sill, their spots are quickly being taken by other kids. More>>

    Teacher shortage has administrators hustling before school begins Video included

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    In Oklahoma City the first day of school is in less than two weeks and the district still has more than 150 open teacher positions. More>>

    Edmond man charged with child abuse in Kenya

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    An Edmond man has been charged in Oklahoma Court with sexually abusing boys and girls while he volunteered at an organization in Kenya that assists neglected children. More>>

    Gov. Fallin: Oklahoma pro-growth policy drops state unemployment rate

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    Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin is touting Oklahoma's pro-growth policies as the reason the Sooner State is enjoying one of the largest increases in employment in the nation and the reason the state's jobless rate is 4.5 percent, the lowest in six years. More>>

    Appeals court rejects key part of Obamacare

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    The battle over Obamacare took a dramatic turn Tuesday with a federal appeals court rejecting subsidies paid by the government to millions of new enrollees. More>>

    Kids Count: A quarter of Oklahoma children live in poverty Video included

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    It's a sad state of affairs for children in Oklahoma- nearly one in four children in the state live in poverty.
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    Fire breaks out at mobile home park in Spencer Video included

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    Firefighters battled a fire at a mobile home park in Spencer Tuesday morning.
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    Man collapses in front of officers from apparent gunshot wound

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    Oklahoma City police say a man collapsed in front of officers Tuesday morning after he had apparently been shot. More>>

    Oklahoma County Jail kitchen forced to close as sewer line collapses Video included

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    Two hot meals a day. That's the requirement from Oklahoma code for jail inmates. But the Oklahoma County Jail was unable to follow that for several weeks. More>>

    Fox 25 Exclusive: Accused murder offers deal to federal investigators Video included

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    A man accused of three brutal murders says he can help solve other crimes, but there’s a catch.  Kevin Sweat tells Fox 25 he wants an agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation to listen to his concerns about the investigation into his alleged crimes first.  In exclusive communication with Fox 25 Sweat says he has evidence that will lead to “federal indictments” and help the FBI solve other federal crimes. More>>

    Proposed city ordinance cracks down on Uber and Lyft Video included

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    Popular rideshare apps like Uber and Lyft are being challenged by local taxi and limousine companies. A new ordinance was approved by the Oklahoma City Transportation Commission that would place regulations on Uber and Lyft drivers. More>>

    Motorcyclist leads Warr Acres, other police, on high-speed pursuit

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    Police in several agencies worked to pull over a motorcyclist weaving in and out of traffic in NW Oklahoma City Monday afternoon. More>>

    Pit bull puppy left in MWC apartment, dies from injuries

    Sarge was one of two pit bulls found abandoned and emaciated at a Midwest City apartment on July 11. On July 21, MWC police said he died from his injuries. Sarge was one of two pit bulls found abandoned and emaciated at a Midwest City apartment on July 11. On July 21, MWC police said he died from his injuries.
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    Last week, the Midwest City Police Department and Bella Foundation announced that a pair of pit bulls had been found abandoned and emaciated. On Monday, Midwest City Police said the younger of the pit bulls died from his injuries. More>>

    Thunder: Grant Long resigns from broadcast team

    Grant Long has resigned from his position as the color analyst of Thunder games with Fox Sports Oklahoma. Grant Long has resigned from his position as the color analyst of Thunder games with Fox Sports Oklahoma.
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    The Oklahoma City Thunder said Monday that TV analyst Grant Long will not return to FOX Sports Oklahoma for next season. More>>

    Fox at Five: city considers ordinance for Uber and Lyft ride-sharing Video included

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    A new ordinance regulating two ride-sharing companies doing business in the Metro is headed to the Oklahoma City city council. More>>

    Police, FBI respond to bank robbery at N OKC Bank of America

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    The Oklahoma City division of the FBI is hoping you recognize a woman caught on camera during a bank robbery in NW Oklahoma City. More>>

    Local group helps refugees caught in growing border crisis Video included

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    With so many people trying to leave their home countries, many get stuck on the Mexico side of the border and are forced to live in camps or on the streets without basic necessities. More>>

    Sheriff: man swallowed bag of meth before traffic stop

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    The Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office said a man who was pulled over for an illegal lane change swallowed a bag of methamphetamine before pulling over. More>>

    Tucker McGee back in court

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    An Oklahoma man accused in the death of a Weatherford teenager will be in court Monday. The formal arraignment for Tucker McGee is scheduled to begin at 1:30p.m. Monday afternoon.
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    New laws on tap for drones? Video included

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    By now most of us have seen an unmanned aerial vehicle or drone, they aren't just the stuff of science fiction anymore. More>>

    Oklahomans say goodbye to native son, James Garner Video included

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    Oklahoma says goodbye to the original maverick and native son, James Garner. Garner was found dead of natural causes at age 86 Saturday at home in Los Angeles. In Oklahoma, some gathered Sunday to pay their respects in Garner's his hometown. More>>

    James Garner, reluctant hero in TV's 'Maverick,' 'Rockford Files,' dies at age 86

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    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Actor James Garner, whose whimsical style in the 1950s TV Western "Maverick" led to a stellar career in TV and films such as "The Rockford Files" and his Oscar-nominated "Murphy's Romance," has died, police said. He was 86. More>>

    Fasting Muslims help sort food at Food Bank Video included

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    Volunteers sorted through food at the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma. While it's a task that could be considered a chore, not only were these volunteers all smiles, they completed the task with an extra challenge.The group of 130 volunteers is practicing Muslims on a food and drink fast for Ramadan. More>>

    New plan on city bike lanes disappoints riders Video included

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    New bike lanes criss-cross OKC's landscape, with more on the way. More>>

    Protesters, counter-protesters clash on Overpasses for America Video included

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    Across the country, protesters gathered as part of Overpass for America, to speak out against the surge of illegal immigrant children who have made it past the American border and who are now in the care of the U.S. government at places like Ft. Sill. More>>

    Mustang police arrest four after burglary and high-speed pursuit

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    Four men were arrested following an early morning pursuit Saturday in Mustang. More>>

    Tahlequah woman accused of killing 8-year-old

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    A 53-year-old woman has been arrested in connection with the killing of an 8-year-old child last year while driving under the influence of synthetic cannabinoids and marijuana.
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    Forbes ranks Oklahoma highly in best states for recent grads Video included

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    Rewind back to 2008 and it wasn't uncommon to find recent grads searching for work for months on end. More>>

    Environmental unit cleans up Canadian County Video included

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    If you travel almost anywhere in rural Oklahoma you are bound to come across a not-so-hidden secret; illegal dump sites.  From broken furniture to old appliances, they are more than a eyesore in some cases they can be a danger to crops, cattle and even people. More>>

    Amber Alert: why the misinformation, delays in getting Thursday's alert? Video included

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    A 5-month-old taken from her grandparent's home near Cashion Thursday was found safe in Texas after an Amber Alert was issued in the case. It was a good outcome to an Amber Alert process that was delayed and sounded with some misinformation.
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    At least one killed in multi-car accident in SE Oklahoma City

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    Oklahoma City Police say one person is dead and at least two people are injured after a four-car crash in far SE Oklahoma City. More>>

    Oklahoma's Band-Aid Boy: A Superhero For Sick Children Video included

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    Easton Wall is all smiles these days. Especially when it's raining boxes of Band-Aids on top of his head. This young boy has worked very hard to collect all kinds of Band-Aids for young patients at The Children's Hospital. More>>

    Fox at Five: Oklahoma's same-sex marriage ban ruled unconstitutional Video included

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    A three-judge panel of the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver on Friday has found a ban on same-sex marriage in Oklahoma violates the U.S. Constitution. In a Utah case, the court ruled June 25 that gay couples have a constitutional right to wed. More>>

    Texas police: suspects had legal power of attorney to take child in Amber Alert

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    Law enforcement in Texas say the former step-mother of child who was the subject of an Amber Alert had legal power of attorney and the woman who was accused to abducting the child was bringing the infant to her. More>>

    Police: neighbors spot man masturbating, simulating sex acts in driveway

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    Police in Oklahoma City say a man was booked into the Oklahoma County Jail on a charge of public indecency after a neighbor told them she saw him touching himself in the driveway of his home. More>>

    Appeals court says Oklahoma must let same-sex couples wed Video included

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    Appeals court again rules for gay marriage, says Oklahoma must let same-sex couples wed. More>>

    Governor Mary Fallin's statement on same-sex marriage ruling Video included

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    Governor Mary Fallin is responding to the ruling by the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals that strikes down the gay marriage ban in Oklahoma. More>>

    OKPTA: students were used as guinea pigs Video included

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    In the high stakes world of student testing---much has been said about how effective the testing is.But now new claims from the Oklahoma Parent-Teacher Association that Oklahoma children were used as test cases for companies that would then turn around and sell products based on that testing."The testing companies are using our children as guinea pigs," said OKPTA president Jeffery Corbett.Corbett will introduce two resolutions tomorrow from the state group, made up of 61,000 parents and teac... More>>

    OKC Police: trucker shoots out other trucker's window in road rage

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    Police in Oklahoma City say one semi-truck driver shot out the window of another semi-truck driver in a road rage incident. More>>

    Fox at Five: Amber Alert still active for missing Cashion infant Video included

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    Agencies across the state continue to search for a missing 5-month-old infant from Cashion after a relative of the child walked into the home where the girl was living and abducted her.
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    Capitol repairs will include earthquake retrofit Video included

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    It was July 20, 1914.  Thousands gathered on the site Oklahoma had selected to build the capitol building.  With a swing of a golden pickaxe, Governor Lee Cruce broke ground for the cornerstone of the capitol building.  Never, in the 100 year history of the building, has construction of that magnitude happened at the capitol; until now. More>>

    Police investigate bank robbery at NW Oklahoma City bank

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    Police in Oklahoma City and the FBI are investigating a bank robbery reported at a bank at NW 122 and May. More>>

    Dive team investigates car reported submerged in Oklahoma River

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    Rescue crews are searching a vehicle that was found submerged in the Oklahoma River Thursday afternoon. More>>

    Family Matters: Spotting a child stuck in a hot car Video included

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    So far this summer, 17 children across the country have died from being stuck in hot vehicles. One of those deaths happened here in Oklahoma. Imagine spotting a dire situation- a child alone in a locked vehicle in sweltering heat. "I would probably call 911," said Kelee Ochs. "Just get help as soon as I could." "I would call 911 and get the police to come help us," said Kathy Richardson. "Even if it was just for a moment. It's not safe," she said. But earlier this week, shoppers in Texas took... More>>

    Sisters fight off carjacking attempt in Shawnee grocery store parking lot Video included

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    They had just wrapped up their grocery shopping at the Shawnee Homeland when it happened: a man came out of nowhere with plans to steal their car. He picked the wrong women to mess with. More>>

    OBN bust yields child's footprint in cocaine block Video included

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    Held in it's cellophane packing by duct tape, not far from it's brown evidence bag, a block of cocaine---a kilo---taken off the streets in a drug bust by the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics.It's not the packaging that makes this unique---it's the so-called signature of the drugs---this one, a child's foot.It took agents by surprise."It is unusual to see a baby's footprint. We don't know the story behind that," said bureau spokesman Mark Woodward.Woodward says they see signatures on drugs all the... More>>

    Pit Bulls found abandoned, emaciated; cruelty charges filed against MWC man Video included

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    The Midwest City Police Department said one man has been charged with two counts of animal cruelty after two severely emaciated dogs were found abandoned at an apartment. More>>

    Safest OK cities named, Yukon takes top spot Video included

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    A new top ten list shows the safest places to live in Oklahoma More>>

    Fox at Five: unbelievably cool temps usher in rain, glorious days and nights Video included

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    The rain is finished for Wednesday with totals ranging from .02" to .10" in Oklahoma. But we're not done with rain yet. There's more rain in the forecast for your Thursday and some of it could be heavy. More>>

    Oklahoma City Police investigate bomb threat on SE side

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    The Oklahoma City Police Department says they're investigating a bomb threat at a home on the SE side. More>>

    Update: two dead after shooting at NW Oklahoma City apartment complex

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    The Oklahoma City Police say two men are dead after a shooting at an apartment complex Wednesday morning. More>>

    Burning body found inside car on fire in SW Oklahoma City

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    Oklahoma City police and firefighters are now saying that a body found inside a burning car in SW Oklahoma City is not suspicious in nature. More>>

    Oklahoma Supreme Court upholds Common Core repeal Video included

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    The Oklahoma Supreme Court acted quickly on the state legislature's repeal of Common Core in Oklahoma and has ruled in favor of the state. More>>

    Mixed emotions about City Council decision on mental health facility Video included

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    Oklahoma City City Council has approved a special permit for a mental health facility to house adults. The decision however, comes with mixed emotions.
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    Oklahoma City Police respond to shooting on NW side

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    The Oklahoma City Police Department says it's on the scene of a shooting at an apartment complex in NW Oklahoma City. More>>

    OKCPD investigates seven thefts in two days Video included

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    Mariely Blanco saved for months to buy her 2013 GMC Sierra pick up truck.She calls it her baby and couldn't hold back the tears when she saw the shape it was left in Tuesday morning. More>>

    One killed in Norman motorcycle crash on Highway 9

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    Norman Police say one person is dead after a motorcyclist rear-ended a trailer on Highway 9. More>>

    Fox at Five: State Supreme Court upholds Common Core repeal Video included

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    Common Core is officially out in Oklahoma after the State Supreme Court ruled in favor of the law that repeals the educational standards. More>>

    OSBI: gun applicant process will affect gun Oklahomans Video included

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    The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is urging Oklahomans who have taken the gun safety training course to get their application process started as soon as possible before a new law goes into effect. More>>

    Edmond Police release names in apparent murder-suicide

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    The Edmond Police Department has announced the names of the man and woman found dead in an Oak Tree home Monday morning. More>>

    Semi truck, car collide in Midwest City

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    First responders are investigating an accident between a car and a semi truck in Midwest City. More>>

    Two-year-old breathing after near drowning in Edmond

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    Police and emergency personnel were called to the scene of a possible drowning in a swimming pool in Edmond. More>>

    Damage reported from early morning earthquakes in central Oklahoma Video included

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    Several earthquakes rock central and northern Oklahoma early Tuesday morning. The U.S. Geological Survey reports the first happened near Harrah around 2:20 a.m. It was a 3.8 magnitude. The second earthquake measured a 3.9 magnitude happened around 4:10 a.m. in the same general area. We had several calls to the newsroom of people who felt the quake.
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    Car crashes into Oklahoma River, driver blames sneeze

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    The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says a man whose car went into part of the Oklahoma River Tuesday Morning said a sneeze caused the accident. More>>

    Oklahoma Supreme Court Takes Up Common Core Debate Video included

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    Just one month before school starts, the state’s highest court takes up the legislature’s repeal of common core on Tuesday. The Oklahoma Supreme Court will consider a lawsuit that challenges the legislature’s repeal of common core. Justices will be asked to decide whether or not the state should keep common core standards in place. Some parents, teachers and four members of the Oklahoma Board of Education say lawmakers violated the board’s constitutional authority when they passed a law to r... More>>

    Oklahoma Sheriff Needs Detention Officers - Stat! Video included

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    "I'd take 75 or 80 if I could hire them." Sheriff John Whetsel is in desperate need of people. He's running low on man power at the jail. More>>

    Edmond Police investigate murder-suicide near Oak Tree National Video included

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    The Edmond Police Department said they're on the scene of a murder-suicide near Oak Tree National. More>>

    DNA evidence leads to new suspect in 1982 rape case Video included

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    There is new information in a 32-year-old rape case out of Norman. After the wrong man went to jail for 14 years, police think they've finally found the right suspect. More>>

    Fox at Five: Mustang's smelly sewage problem Video included

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    What if your backyard smelled like sewage? Your days outside would likely be limited and the property of your home and land would drop. More>>

    Mustang to combat sewage smell in neighborhoods Video included

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     The City of Mustang is working to fix a smelly problem that's angered people who live near the town's center.  More>>

    Motorcyclist leads OHP, Oklahoma City Police on high-speed chase

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    The Oklahoma Highway Patrol and Oklahoma City Police Department are chasing a man on foot who lead law enforcement on a high speed chase in NE Oklahoma City. More>>

    Police say bicyclist hit by car in NW Oklahoma City

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    Police in Oklahoma City say they're investigating an accident where a car hit a bicyclist on the NW side. More>>

    Sheriff: Mail carrier arrested for DUI after crashing USPS truck into ditch

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    The Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office said a USPS mail carrier was arrested Saturday on suspicion of DUI after she crashed her truck into a ditch. More>>

    Police: Witness, Walmart employees hold pharmacy robbery suspect

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    Police say they arrested a woman they believe to be responsible in two robberies of SW Oklahoma City pharmacies on Sunday after they say she tried to rob one inside a Walmart. More>>

    Two arrested for murder of man found nude in OKC in June; one wanted

    Police said Lloyd Strain was found dead in NW Oklahoma City Sunday morning. Police said Lloyd Strain was found dead in NW Oklahoma City Sunday morning.
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    Oklahoma City Police say they have two people in custody on charges that they killed a man police say was found naked in NW OKC last month. More>>

    Earthquakes continue to shake Oklahoma

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    Oklahoma’s shaky weekend continues into the week with an earthquake hitting northern Oklahoma Monday morning. More>>

    OKC Firefighters: House complete loss, power line down Video included

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    Investigators are trying to figure out the cause of a Monday morning fire in downtown OKC.
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    Live, learn, eat, play: OU announces plans to add "residential colleges" Video included

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    Nestled in with the current buildings, OU plans for new growth. Part of the plan is recently announced "residential colleges. More>>

    Lake El Reno plays host to 'Smoke on the Water' Video included

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    Lake El Reno played host to the 14th Annual Smoke on the Water drag boat races July 12-13. More>>

    UPDATE: Girl leads neighbors to murder scene, victim's name released Video included

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    The Garfield County Sheriff has released the name of a victim found murdered in Garber this weekend.Sheriff Jerry Niles says Cassidy Hancock, 26, of Garber died late Friday night or Saturday morning. Her boyfriend, Christopher Sparks in the suspect in the case.
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    Man dies after ATV accident at Lake El Reno

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    El Reno police say a 26-year-old man has died after an ATV accident at Lake El Reno Sunday. More>>

    Suspect in Garber death to be extradited from Arizona

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    The Garfield County Sheriff's Office (GCSO) and the Oklahoma Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) are looking into the death of a woman in Garber, Okla. More>>

    OHP trooper under investigation for inappropriate photo

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    An Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper who was disciplined following a highly publicized altercation with a paramedic in 2009 is now under investigation for allegedly showing an inappropriate photo to another trooper during a recent Cadet Lawman academy in Burns Flat. More>>

    Summer Feeding Program Video included

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    The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma's Summer Feeding Program has 71 locations in 15 different counties throughout our state. More>>

    Congressman allowed access to immigrant housing facility Video included

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    Saturday Rep. Jim Bridenstine got his first look at the Ft. Sill barracks house 1,200 children caught illegally crossing the border by themselves. He was given a tour after being turned away at the gates on July 1st. More>>

    OSBI investigates shooting by Ada off-duty officer

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    The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) has been called in to investigate an officer involved shooting by an Ada police officer. More>>

    USGS: Three earthquakes near Guthrie

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    The United States Geological Survey (USGS) is reporting two earthquakes near Guthrie on Saturday.The first was registered at 12:11 p.m. and had a magnitude of 4.3. The epicenter was eight miles east of Guthrie and four miles south-southwest of Langston.A second temblor was reported 23 minutes later and rated at 3.0. That earthquake was centered four miles east-southeast of Guthrie and 16 miles north-northeast of Edmond. A magnitude 2.9 quake was also reported at 11:47 a.m.The epicenters of th... More>>

    Briarwood Elementary gets new playground

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    Volunteers came out Saturday morning to help build the playground at Briarwood Elementary School in Moore. More>>

    Stillwater doubles parking fines, requires payment in 48 hours Video included

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     New rules in Stillwater change the price of parking tickets, and it's the amount of time you have to pay that's catching some by surprise. More>>

    Metro college student kicked out of school for being gay Video included

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    A senior at Southwestern Christian University in Bethany says a letter was sent to her home telling her she is no longer welcome at the university due to her same-sex relationship. More>>

    Golfers battle heat at U.S. Senior Open Video included

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    While golfers are burning up the course at Oak Tree National, the heat is burning up everyone else. Temperatures at the US Senior Open are sky high and pro-golfers and spectators alike are trying to stay cool. More>>

    Oklahoma City Police: four kids took water tanker truck on joyride Video included

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    Police in Oklahoma City say four kids hopped into a water tanker truck and drove it around the parking lot of a central Oklahoma City business. More>>

    Oklahoma City Police investigate decomposed body in NE OKC

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    Police say they're investigating a body found in NE Oklahoma City that has decomposed. More>>

    Report: Oklahoma City PD arrests man for defecating on bus bench

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    Oklahoma City Police arrest a man they say undressed and defecated at the Greyhound bus station downtown. More>>

    Fox at Five: police say four kids take joyride in water tanker truck Video included

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    A family and their dog are safe but their home is gutted after a fire ignited early Friday morning in Moore. Police in Oklahoma City say four kids hopped into a water tanker truck and drove it around the parking lot of a central Oklahoma City business. More>>

    At least three injured in double rollover in SE Oklahoma City

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    Emergency responders in SE Oklahoma City say three people are headed to the hospital after two cars collided and rolled over. More>>

    Police: stolen tractors, ATV's, taxidermy and narcotics found on ranch Video included

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    Oklahoma law enforcement officials say they've seized dozens of illegally hunted animals, stolen ATVs, tractors and narcotics from a ranch in southeasten Oklahoma. More>>

    Norman PD: liquor store employee posed as cop, held victim for $200 Video included

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    Police in Norman say they're investigating a unique case of a man they say was impersonating an officer. More>>

    Fort Sill, HHS, open immigrant housing for tour Video included

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    For the first time, Health and Human Services (HHS) has allowed media inside immigrant housing at Fort Sill in Lawton. More>>

    Jury: Justin Hammer guilty of 2012 murder, dismemberment Video included

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    The jury has spoken in the case of an Elmore City man who admitted to killing and dismembering his girlfriend's ex.  More>>

    Fox at Five: Authorities search for missing teen, ask for help Video included

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    The man who admitted in Garvin County court on Wednesday to shooting and killing Brandon Duran and then cutting up his body, putting him into buckets of cement, and then dumping the buckets in a pond has been convicted of first degree murder. More>>

    Forecasters test technology to better predict flash floods Video included

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    National Severe Storms Lab researchers are working on an experiment in Norman, meant to increase flash flood warning times and possibly save lives.  More>>

    Lake Hefner Parkway reopened after police check suspicious bags

    Police investigate two suspicious bags reported south of Lake Hefner. Police investigate two suspicious bags reported south of Lake Hefner.
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    The Oklahoma City Police Department is has reopened Lake Hefner Parkway after the bomb squad investigated bags they say were suspicious. More>>

    Police: couple had sex in front of Oklahoma City church

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    The Oklahoma City Police Department says a man and woman are in custody on lewd acts, indecent exposure, and public drunkenness after police say they found them having sex in front of a church on the southwest side. More>>

    Health officials: Oklahoma resident has West Nile Virus

    The OSDH says West Nile Virus is spread through the Culex mosquito, which on infected birds and transmits the virus when biting humans, horses, and some other mammals. The OSDH says West Nile Virus is spread through the Culex mosquito, which on infected birds and transmits the virus when biting humans, horses, and some other mammals.
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    The Oklahoma State Department of Health says the first case of West Nile Virus has been confirmed in Major County. More>>

    Man behind bars after leading OKC police on 5 mile chase

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    A man was taken into custody Thursday morning after leading police on a five mile chase through NW Oklahoma City. Police arrested 24-year-old Justin Bertschy around 2 a.m. on Thursday.
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    Media allowed to tour temporary housing on Fort Sill Video included

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    Federal Officials will allow members of the media to tour the temporary shelters being used to house over 1,000 illegal immigrant children at Fort Sill on Thursday. This will be the first time the heavily restricted area will allow media access.
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    Warr Acres veteran says landlord tried to kill his dog Video included

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    An Army veteran in Warr Acres says his dog was intentionally poisoned and nearly killed by his landlord. More>>

    Keeping pets healthy in the summer Video included

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    These hot summer months mean extra care for the furry members of our families. They need protection from the heat, from parasites, and even allergies. "He likes swimming in the lake," said Laura Lorenzo, as she showed off the family's dog, Duke.Giving your pet plenty of cool water is key in preventing heat stroke."They'll be out there. They'll be perfectly normal. Then they seem to suddenly overheat," said veterinarian Brett Boatsman. "So it's more of a collapse." Dr. Boatsman has already thi... More>>

    Fox at Five: 3-year-old hit and killed by car in McDonald's parking lot Video included

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    A 3-year-old boy was killed early Wednesday afternoon after police say he broke free from his mother's grip and was hit by a car in a McDonald's parking lot. More>>

    Police: driver was impaired before fatal accident in Bethany

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    Bethany police say a man who caused a five car accident that resulted in the death of one person was on drugs at the time of the crash. More>>

    Gruesome details as Justin Hammer takes stand in trial Video included

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    The man accused in a graphic murder of a man in 2012 in Elmore City took the stand Wednesday and gave some grisly details of the crime. More>>

    NE Oklahoma City home considered total loss after lightning hit

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    Authorities say an act of nature led a NE Oklahoma City house to go up in flames.
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    Caught on cam: man robs 3 SE convenience stores in one week Video included

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    The Oklahoma City Police Department has released video of a man who robbed a gas station on the SE side and say this is one of three robberies he committed in one week. More>>

    Authorities locate missing boy in NE OKC

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    Oklahoma City police say they found a 10-year-old boy who was reported missing Tuesday night. More>>

    Authorities fight blaze at Nichols Hills mansion Video included

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    A fire breaks out at a Nichols Hills mansion early Wednesday morning.
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    • Baby dies after being left in hot car in Kansas

      Baby dies after being left in hot car in Kansas

      Friday, July 25 2014 4:59 PM EDT2014-07-25 20:59:50 GMT
      A 10-month-old Kansas girl died after being strapped for more than two hours inside a sweltering car, and police arrested a foster parent who said he'd forgotten about her until something on TV jogged his memory, an official said Friday.
      A 10-month-old Kansas girl died after being strapped for more than two hours inside a sweltering car, and police arrested a foster parent who said he'd forgotten about her until something on TV jogged his memory, an official said Friday.
    • 80-year-old man says he shot burglar who said she was pregnant

      80-year-old man says he shot burglar who said she was pregnant

      Friday, July 25 2014 1:33 PM EDT2014-07-25 17:33:47 GMT
      Police said Thursday they're deciding whether to arrest an 80-year-old man who shot a fleeing, unarmed burglar despite her telling him she was pregnant, but they have arrested the woman's accomplice on suspicion of murder for taking part in a crime that led to her death.
      Police said Thursday they're deciding whether to arrest an 80-year-old man who shot a fleeing, unarmed burglar despite her telling him she was pregnant, but they have arrested the woman's accomplice on suspicion of murder for taking part in a crime that led to her death.
    • 116 passengers and crew perish in Air Algerie flight

      116 passengers and crew perish in Air Algerie flight

      Friday, July 25 2014 8:20 AM EDT2014-07-25 12:20:05 GMT
      ALGIERS, Algeria (AP) -- Authorities say a flight operated by Air Algerie carrying 110 passengers and a crew of six has crashed over northern Mali
      ALGIERS, Algeria (AP) -- Authorities say a flight operated by Air Algerie carrying 110 passengers and a crew of six has crashed over northern Mali

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