True courage in the face of adversity was awarded Friday night at the annual Integris Jim Thorpe Rehabilitation Center Courage Award Gala. The event was held at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum.
Scenes from veteran war correspondent and Oklahoman Mike Boettcher's film the Hornet's Nest show the violence and chaos of war.It documents the dangers for troops overseas and the reporters that cover them."People think we're addicted to war or we're addicted to conflict. Really, I think, I'm not," Boettcher said.This week, Boettcher is remembering a friend and colleague James Foley---brutally executed at the hands of ISIS in Syria."He was just a very calm guy. And there is a certain trait th... More>>
There were stacks and stacks of shoes for the 500 students to take their pick.
Caleb McLemore, who is accused of accessory after the fact in JaRay Wilson murder, waived his right to a preliminary hearing today. More>>
Police arrested a man after a woman told them he hit her in the face so hard, she urinated herself. More>>
Police are asking for help identifying a person who stole a car from a local convenience store on Monday.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Oklahoma officials are beginning the process of authorizing $120 million in bonds to renovate the state's nearly century-old Capitol.The Oklahoma Capitol Improvement Authority has scheduled a public meeting on Monday to begin the planning process and discuss ways to raise the multi-million dollar bond proceeds that will fund the repairs. More>>
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- An Oklahoma oral surgeon whose filthy clinics led to the testing of thousands of patients for HIV and hepatitis has surrendered his professional license. More>>
The parents of a convicted killer are heading to court this morning to learn their own fate. Linda Beletzuy and stepfather Carlos Beletzuy-Lopez will be sentenced Friday. The two are charged with child neglect, after their teenage son was found guilty in 2012 of killing his nine month old baby sister. Court documents show the teenager confessed to hurting his baby sister while baby-sitting and playing video games at his family's apartment in Oklahoma City. He said he “picked her up and sho... More>>
If you're raising kids in Norman you're making a wise financial decision. According to Time Magazine, Norman is the #1 least expensive city in the country to raise a child. More>>
An Oklahoma City police officer has been arrested after several complaints of sexual misconduct. More>>
Oklahomans join the race rallies. Hundreds gathered at the State Capitol Thursday to show their support for Ferguson, Missouri and to demand change back at home. "Hold Your Hands Up, Don't Shoot," was the rally cry. More>>
In the security footage you can see the man carrying the equipment from around the back of the building. More>>
Protestors continue to take to the streets in Ferguson, Missouri, to call for justice for the shooting death of unarmed 18 year old Michael Brown. Now, the protests are coming to Oklahoma.
An RV owned by Governor Mary Fallin and a handful of others were vandalized overnight. More>>
Chickasha Police Chief Eddie Adamson has officially resigned from office.
TULSA, Okla. (AP) -- Health officials in Tulsa have confirmed a second human case of the potentially fatal West Nile virus in Oklahoma this year. More>>
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- A defense attorney is opposing prosecutors' request for a mental evaluation for a man accused of sexually abusing children at an orphanage in Kenya. More>>
As concern grows over concussions in football, Oklahoma high school coaches are trying to get ahead of the problem to protect their young athletes. New rules are on the way to limit just how much contact players have during practice. More>>
A woman is robbed at gunpoint on NW Expressway near MacArthur. Now police need the public's help tracking down the suspect.
It is a serious warning coming from Oklahoma Senator Jim Inhofe as he warns of the potential of another attack on American soil More>>
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin have toured the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum. More>>
Oklahoma County Sheriff's deputies have brought back a man from Texas to face murder charges in a case dating back to 2012. More>>
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol is asking drivers to find another route as they work a crash in Midwest City on I40. More>>
The Archbishop in Oklahoma City has filed a lawsuit to halt the "desecration of a stolen Eucharistic host" during the planned "Black Mass" at a theater at Oklahoma City's Civic Center Music Hall. More>>
The Oklahoma City Police Department is asking for the public's help finding a man wanted on abuse charges related to a call earlier this month. More>>
Thousands of kids head back to school in Norman on Wednesday and police in the area plan to be out in full force. For the first time ever, Norman police say they'll be visiting every single school in the district. More>>
Authorities say one woman is dead following a shooting at a southwest Oklahoma City apartment complex Monday.
An Amber Alert has been canceled for a missing 5-year-old boy out of Enid.
Police in Oklahoma City say a mom in SE Oklahoma City was arrested Sunday night after she abused and even bit her child after the kid refused to babysit. More>>
The FBI is searching for suspects after a bank robbery in Warr Acres Tuesday afternoon. More>>
One Oklahoma family is turning their advocacy for their murdered daughter into action to help the families of other crime victims. More>>
A Tulsa police officer has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder in the off-duty shooting death of his daughter's boyfriend. More>>
School is back in session for multiple school districts around the Metro. Mi-Del, Edmond and Putnam City all begin classes on Tuesday, as well as Moore, where students will be heading to the new Plaza Towers Elementary for the first time.
The U.S. Geological Survey reports an earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 4.2 Tuesday morning.
Fire crews say a faulty air conditioning unit may have sparked an early morning house fire in northeast Oklahoma City.
Community Health Systems, which operates 206 hospitals across the United States, announced on Monday that hackers recently broke into its computers and stole data on 4.5 million patients. More>>
The University of Oklahoma running back accused of assaulting a woman at a Norman cafe last month has been arraigned on charges and will be released on his own recognizance. More>>
The fight to make sure every school in Oklahoma has a storm shelter continues as we begin a new school year. Take Shelter Oklahoma says it's not a matter of 'if' but 'when' another tornado hits and a school does not have the proper protection in place. More>>
The Oklahoma City Police Department and emergency responders are rushing to a home on the SW side after 3-year-old girl was bit in the face by a rottweiler. More>>
The suspect who lead police on a chase in Yukon Sunday that ended with a Yukon officer crashing into an uninvolved pickup has been identified and is in custody. More>>
OU running back Joe Mixon is expected to turn himself into police on Monday for assault charges.
Police have arrested a suspect in the weekend murder of an Oklahoma City man.
A high-speed chase through the metro ends with one man behind bars Monday morning. Officers say just before 3 a.m. on Monday, a woman called 911 from a gas station near I-35 and 122nd saying she had been raped.
For many folks it's been years but a weekend long event at the state fair grounds offered a chance to get things going in the right direction again. More>>
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is investigating the death of a female inmate at the Oklahoma County Jail.
A Yukon Police Department officer suffered minor injuries after crashing his vehicle during a pursuit Sunday afternoon.
The United States Geological Survey reports six earthquakes in Oklahoma since midnight. More>>
One man is dead and another is in critical condition following a plane crash in southern Oklahoma Saturday. More>>
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation says final repairs have been completed to the James C. Nance Memorial Bridge connecting Purcell and Lexington.
The Oklahoma City Fire Department says it has extinguished two car fires that began after a car struck a gas pump Saturday afternoon. More>>
Hundreds of people participated in candlelight vigil through Memphis to mark the 37th anniversary of Elvis Presley's death Saturday. The huge flock of fans to Graceland shows just how wide Presley's super-stardom spread. But when Bill Dumont, an Oklahoma City native, knew him, he says he didn't realize Presley's reach.
Tulsa police say a suspect wrapped in gauze robbed a cash advance store early Saturday morning. More>>
A Minco Police Department reserve officer has been released from duty after being arrested Friday evening in Oklahoma City. More>>
LAWTON, Okla. (AP) -- The emergency management director for Comanche County has been charged with engaging in inappropriate sexual conduct with a 14-year-old boy. More>>
A group fighting to legalize medical marijuana in Oklahoma hopes to get the issue on the November ballot.
Prosecutors in Cleveland County will charge a University of Oklahoma football player with a misdemeanor charge in the wake of his involvement in an incident in Norman last month. More>>
In Norman, signs had the simple message, "no justice, no peace" at a rally held outside a lecture hall at OU.Brittani Jackson, one of the organizers, said the event was an opportunity to have an important voice in the discussion over what happened in Missouri."I think it's an important issue, regardless of race, that someone can be shot down in the middle of the street unarmed," Jackson said.The group at OU today was peaceful and had a prayer and moment of silence in contrast to protests in M... More>>
The Midwest City Police Department said a 13-year-old died Thursday afternoon when a rifle accidentally discharged and shot him in the chest. More>>
The Oklahoma City Police Department says a woman who put two decks of cards in an iPhone box and returned it to an Oklahoma City Walmart did the same thing at another Walmart. More>>
The Midwest City Police department is on the scene of a shooting Friday afternoon. More>>
The Oklahoma City Police Department has closed part of SW Grand Blvd. after a fatal accident Friday morning. More>>
Oklahoma City authorities were called to investigate what they called a "suspicious white powder" found in an envelope at a children's organization. More>>
Firefighters battled a business fire southwest of the metro. Crews reported heavy black smoke and flames coming from a building on southwest 29th between Council and MacArthur.
Oklahoma City Police are reporting a car stolen from a convenience store southeast of the Metro.
The next time you buy something in Logan County and Guthrie, you could end up shelling out some extra bucks. That's because citizens are preparing to vote on a sales tax hike.
"It was very exciting, we're really excited about it." Millie Wind is very excited about a new opportunity. It's called Natives Raising Natives and it's a first-ever program for the 900 Thlopthlocco Tribal Members to establish businesses as butterfly farmers. More>>
Parkinson's Disease can be a scary diagnosis. Thursday, Robin Williams' wife announced the actor had been diagnosed with early stage Parkinson's shortly before his death. A local doctor and members of a support foundation for Parkinson's said they are hopeful the revelation will help bring awareness to the disease and help others. More>>
It's been a long time since these gates at the Airline Drive-In have been open for anyone to see a movie on the big screen. The old projector sits outside the old projection room, which is full of old movie reels. More>>
The Canadian County Sheriff's Office announced Thursday that a 32-year-old mother of three confessed to investigators that she molested and raped a 15-year-old boy. More>>
A new study is revealing more about genetic risk factors for breast cancer. Because of that study, genetic counselors at Mercy Hospital are expanding testing. More>>
The Oklahoma City Police Department said Thursday that one temporary worker stabbed another temporary worker during an argument about taking out the trash. More>>
A Comanche County official was arrested Tuesday for allegedly having an inappropriate relationship with a 14-year-old boy. More>>
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol has reopened the I35 and I40 interchange after a semi flipped over Thursday morning. More>>
NORMAN, Okla. (AP) -- An Oklahoma City man who was shot by an officer after a car chase has been charged with illegal firearm possession. More>>
A police chase in Northwest Oklahoma City ended in a single car crash at Northwest Expressway and Council around 8 p.m.
As the kids head back to class, a little technology at their fingertips can go a long way. We've got the must have gadgets and apps for little ones all the way up to college students. More>>
A former doctor in Oklahoma who was charged with murder and drug distribution charges in connection to patients of his who overdosed and died has pleaded guilty. More>>
Norman's city council has voted rezone an industrial site to a commercial one, making way for a new Walmart Super Center. The decision came in a late night meeting Wednesday that ended at 1 am. The decision has the community divided.“Walmart is controversial,” said councilman Robert Castleberry.People are upset because they believe this third Walmart will bring more traffic, pollution and crime to the city.“We have children playing outside,” said neighbor Jessica Robinson. “We don't want peop... More>>
The Oklahoma City Police Department said Wednesday it is searching for a man they say poked his head underneath a shower curtain at an Oklahoma City RV park as a woman was showering. More>>
In Norman, like any town, every little crime on every street is not reported on the news.But still, information about small crimes can be helpful so you can take action to protect yourself.That's the idea behind Norman's online crime-tracking system."Ultimately, what it does, is it puts the tools there in everybody's hands," said Capt. Tom Easley.Each day, all the reports from most crimes are loaded onto the system, down to your street or neighborhood.You can even check all the reports on a m... More>>
Governor Mary Fallin is calling on lawmakers to work with her in the next legislative session in support of medicinal cannibidiol oil (CBD) on a limited, medically supervised, trial-only basis. More>>
Police in North Carolina have arrested two men and charged them with human trafficking and kidnapping in connection with the reported abduction of two North Dakota sisters. More>>
Edmond authorities say a man is dead after being hit by a train Tuesday afternoon. More>>
It started with a meeting and turned into an afternoon one local business won't forget. Then people in Mustang pile into a shuttle and surprise a store manager with a group of willing customers. More>>
The Oklahoma City Police Department says a woman pulled a switcheroo when she turned in what she said was an unopened iPhone but was actually playing cards. More>>
Traffic on the westbound lands of Turner Turnpike near N Indian Meridian is down to one lane after a semi-truck rollover accident.
Police are searching for a suspect who they believe shot a man in the leg.
A Seminole County farmer says a contractor hired by the Canadian Valley Electric Company destroyed his crops with herbicide. He says it happened when the contractor was spraying the right-of-way around the power lines. More>>
In less than one week, nearly 400 hundred students will enter the new Plaza Towers Elementary School in Moore for the new school year. School officials told FOX25 this marks the end of an old chapter and the beginning of a new. More>>
Timmi Baker's ranch in Lincoln County is empty Tuesday but sometime last week the Baker family says 10 horses were taken off the property near Sparks. More>>
The tributes to Robin Williams flow from around the world as stunned friends and family search for answers about why the comic legend would take his own life. Investigators believe Williams, 63, used a belt to hang himself from a bedroom door sometime between late Sunday and when his personal assistant found him just before noon Monday, according to Marin County Assistant Deputy Chief Coroner Lt. Keith Boyd. More>>
The Oklahoma City Police Department said a 31-year-old man stabbed a dog twice Sunday evening after the dog wouldn't stop barking. More>>
Students at Bridge Creek High School headed back to class on Tuesday after their school was targeted by vandals. More>>
A homeless man was arrested Monday afternoon after Oklahoma City Police say he attacked a female postal worker while she was on her route. More>>
A husband speaks out, calling his wife's death a murder. And he says he knows exactly who committed the crime. More>>
It's just the beginning of what promises to be a wonderful new school year. A top and a bottom can cost upwards of twenty five dollars and at Christmas Connection they're making sure each child that walks through the door leaves with at least two uniforms
In light of the death of actor and comedian Robin Williams, there are options for those here in Oklahoma struggling with severe depression or thoughts of suicide. Experts say it's often getting your loved one to accept the help that's given that's the most difficult part. More>>
One man is in custody following a stolen car pursuit in southwest Oklahoma City late Monday. More>>
The number of homicides in Oklahoma City is down nearly 30%. At this rate, 2014 could potentially have the lowest number of homicides we've seen in the last ten years.As of August 11th there have been 35 homicides. That number is nearly 30% down from 2013 and 35% down from 2012. In 2012 the city had 99 homicides, the highest number in the last decade."It's unclear what's causing it,” said Msgt. Gary Night. "It's unclear if it's us doing something or if there's another factor involved."Oklahom... More>>
Celebrated actor and comedian Robin Williams has been found dead in his home at the age of 63. More>>
The teenager who says he witnessed the murder of JaRay Wilson and helped bury her body in a shallow grave north of Weatherford is formally facing adult charges. Prosecutors filed one felony county of accessory after the fact against Cody Godfrey Monday morning in the Custer County courthouse in Arapaho More>>
A man convicted of hiring another person to kill his estranged, pregnant wife has been sentenced to death. More>>
Authorities have identified a body found in the North Canadian River as that of a woman who had been reported missing. More>>
Police investigate an office fire that happened near S Shields Blvd and SE 60th Monday morning.
Police are searching for a suspect who led police on a chase through NW Oklahoma City.
Shawnee police are searching for a couple after a woman's body was recovered from the Canadian River late Friday. More>>
The deadline for Oklahoma's medical marijuana signature drive is coming up and the group Oklahomans for Health has been at the forefront of the movement.
In Norman, there's no little league, something most towns have, or at least most towns think they have. More>>
The trailer alone for 'Into the Storm' leaves you breathless, sirens roar as school children drop to their knees. More>>
Oklahomans are familiar with the destruction after a storm and the rush to install storm shelters afterwards. Shelter experts say customers need to make sure that what they're getting is what they're paying for.Research out this month from Texas Tech University shows a woman's death in an Arkansas tornado, was likely due to bad door on a safe room. More>>
A large outage left thousands without power in the Oklahoma City metro area Sunday evening after a car struck transmission lines. More>>
Tulsa police say two are dead and two are in critical condition following a wreck just after 11 p.m. Saturday night near 21st Street and Highway 169. More>>
The Norman Police Department has identified the suspect in the officer involved shooting Saturday afternoon. More>>
An overturned semi shut down all three lanes of westbound traffic on Interstate 40 in Midwest City Saturday evening. More>>
In the immediate aftermath of the Moore storms, large-scale rescue and recovery and security was needed across huge areas of central Oklahoma. More>>
Shortly after 11:00 a.m. the Oklahoma City Fire Department and the Oklahoma Highway Patrol (OHP) were called out to a report of a semi rollover accident at NE 50th St. and I-35. More>>
Norman police say a suspect is in the hospital following a pursuit and officer-involved shooting Saturday afternoon. More>>
There is outrage on social media over Facebook's messenger app. Some users say the app is asking them to sacrifice too much of their privacy. More>>
The Better Business Bureau of Central Oklahoma has issued a warning about a growing scam that is hitting residents across the state. More>>
The Edmond teenager accused of sexually abusing children at a shelter in Kenya has pleaded not guilty in federal court. More>>
Several emergency crews are on the scene of an accident in SE Oklahoma City involving a train and a pedestrian. More>>
The Cleveland County Sheriff's Office announced Friday that a 30-year-old convicted sex offender wanted for violating his parole was arrested in El Paso, Texas, this week. More>>
The Oklahoma City Police Department said a woman was arrested early Friday morning on DUI charges after they say she crashed into two police units. More>>
Last September, two cars were pulled out of Foss Lake in Custer County. Inside the cars were six bodies and officials at the time said they believed they knew who they were. On Friday, the medical examiner released autopsy results and identified two of the victims. More>>
Police say a man broke into and robbed a home in the 1700 block of Eagle Lane in northwest Oklahoma City. More>>
An Oklahoma man accused of sexually abusing children at an orphanage in Kenya will enter a plea on Friday.
Zipping down the turnpike with a Pikepass is getting easier when driving to Texas.The Oklahoma Turnpike Authority is working together with the North Texas Tollway Authority so your Pikepass works on North Texas roads, or your Tolltag will work here.But having both---will cause you problems."What we're stressing is one tag, one vehicle," Jack Damrill, spokesman for OTA said.Damrill says make sure you don't drive with both---because doing so will could mean more money out of your pocket."Having... More>>
Nathaniel Parker has been playing piano since he was five and playing violin since he was almost three. He's now 13 and well on his way to stardom. But he doesn't play alone. His 11 year old brother Gabriel also started playing piano at the age of five.
The Oklahoma City Police Department said it is searching for at least three men they say may be responsible for a string of burglaries in the city in one week. More>>
Law enforcement in the city of Hobart say a 9-year-old girl died Wednesday after she accidentally shot her herself with her father's gun. More>>
Oklahoma could be the next state to require homebuilder registration. Representative Mark McBride is leading an interim study into the idea. It's something that the city of Moore is really pushing for. More>>
The reigning MVP of the NBA and Oklahoma City Thunder forward announced Thursday that he will not be continuing his journey on Team USA. More>>
By 4 p.m. Thursday, EMSA had reported six patients had called 911 after suffering symptoms due to the heat, prompting a third heat alert to be issued. More>>
The Del City Police Department said a man who robbed a clerk at the Walmart Money Services counter last month may have done the same a week ago. More>>
The Oklahoma City Police Department said Thursday that a man wanted for the murder of a man in NW Oklahoma City turned himself in Wednesday. More>>
A lawsuit involving drivers whose licenses were revoked because of a faulty affidavit, goes before a judge today. An Oklahoma county district judge will decide if the case... deserves class action status. The suit... seeks refunds for an estimated 40-thousand drivers. Their licenses were revoked after being cited for alcohol-related offenses between 2003 and 2008. Last year, a court ruled that an affidavit used by the department of public safety did not comply with state law. The affidavits h... More>>
The McClain County Sheriff's Office and Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation are investigating a fatal shooting in Blanchard Wednesday morning. More>>
Vandals left the team without uniforms, equipment and even footballs. More>>
How would you like to watch a live animal surgery at the Oklahoma City Zoo? Visitors at the zoo will be able to do that and more at a brand new animal hospital. More>>
A fundraiser for a small county's Republican Party created a big stir. The Garvin County Republicans put out a flyer advertising its second annual ‘GOP Bean Feed.”
The Oklahoma City Police Department and EMSA are on the scene of a head-on accident involving a semi truck and a car. More>>
A federal judge has ordered an Edmond 19-year-old accused of sexually abusing children while on a mission trip to Kenya to remain in custody. More>>
The Oklahoma City Police and Fire Departments are on the scene of a dump truck that rolled over on the southwest side. More>>
The U.S. Supreme Court is being asked to decide whether Oklahoma's ban on gay marriage is constitutional. More>>
Two Tulsa Police officers are in jail on murder charges after investigators say they shot and killed their daughter's boyfriend in north Tulsa. More>>
An incredible act of human strength helped free a man who got stuck when his foot slipped and his leg got stuck in the narrow space between a commuter train and a platform in Australia on Wednesday. More>>
The Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office said Wednesday that a bus driver for the Edmond school district was arrested for multiple charges including lewd acts with a child and possession and distribution of child pornography. More>>
Today, a woman accused of abuse at a metro nursing home will go before a judge and learn her fate. Elizabeth Kibler is accused of abusing a nursing home patient.She was reportedly caught on camera trying to silence a patient by putting her hand over the woman's mouth. The incident, allegedly happening at grace living center back in 2012. Kibler has entered a blind plea in the case.She's facing a felony charge of abuse or neglect by a caretaker.Her sentencing is set for 1:30 this afternoon. W... More>>
The Midwest City Fire Department was called to help two people who were hurt after a minivan crashed through the front wall of a Midwest City home. More>>
Dr. Tim Trojan doesn't mean to be the bearer of bad news but at the Oklahoma Institute for Allergy and Asthma they are already gearing up an influx of patients. More>>
The Pizza Planet restaurant on the corner of Northwest 16th Street and North May Avenue was already rebuilding Tuesday afternoon following a tragic accident Monday night. Police told FOX25 a woman driving a van crashed into the building. More>>
Oklahoma City Public Schools is taking the safety of elementary students one step further by adding resource officers. More>>
A 19-year-old Edmond man is still in custody after a judge granted a request from the U.S. Attorney's office, granting a stay in his release. More>>
An American major general was shot to death Tuesday in one of the bloodiest insider attacks of the long Afghanistan war when a gunman dressed as an Afghan soldier turned on allied troops, wounding about 15 including a German general and two Afghan generals. More>>
"Mary on the Move" is rolling into communities all across Oklahoma. That's the title of Governor Mary Fallin's re-election campaign push that hit the road Tuesday morning. It is a chance for the governor to promote her successes during the last three-and-a-half years in office. More>>
The Oklahoma Medical Examiner's Office has released information about one victim found in Foss Lake last fall saying the victim died from drowning and the cause of death was an accident. More>>
One person is dead after a vehicle crashed into a building in northwest Oklahoma City Monday evening.
Officials in Cleveland County say a 17-year-old high school student is responsible for a string of bank robberies while wearing the disguise of an elderly man. More>>
When it comes to a stroke, every minute counts. A special program at Integris is making the most of those minutes in rural communities. More>>
Oklahoma City schools are officially back in session. More than 40,000 students made their way into classrooms all over the district Monday. More>>
The federal government announced Monday that emergency shelters in place at military bases and forts across the country will be closed. More>>
A federal judge says a 19-year-old man charged with sexually abusing boys and girls while volunteering at an organization in Kenya that assists neglected children can be confined at his family's home while the case is pending. More>>
The Oklahoma City Police Department says two men found murdered over the weekend have been identified but no arrests are have been made in either case. More>>
The Oklahoma City Police Department said a homeless man was arrested Sunday night for public drunkenness, lewd acts, and public indecency. More>>
Today some 40-thousand children head back to the classroom.With the start of a new school year, its also the very first day of school for new Oklahoma City Public Schools superintendent, Rob Neu.Neu officially took the job July first and has been learning about the school and community over the past month.He replaces former interim superintendent David Lopez, who stepped in when Karl Springer resigned in August of 2013.With kids heading back to school, here are a few important reminders:First... More>>
A Norman's man journey from regular guy to hero happened unusually.Then May 20, 2013 happened."That was a day that changed my life. And my children's life. We almost lost him," said his wife.Sergeant E.H. Pittman served in over 500 combat missions overseas. Each, with nothing more than a scratch.At home, he fought a new enemy--- one that left him paralyzed. But in his mind, not permanently."Working on trying to walk again, doing rehab. Doctors appointments... and everything else right now tha... More>>
Empty lots, officers and aircraft hangers are all things you're paying to keep. They all top the list of underused or sometimes just plain vacant property that's on the books for the state of Oklahoma. The worst part, until recently no one in the state really knew we owned them.