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Mother arrested after children hospitalized for high carbon monoxide levels, neglect

Officers made contact with Rebekkah Sterling, who was holding a three-year-old child. The doors of her maroon Chrysler were open, the windows were up. An eight-year-old child was laying down on the folded down seat of the third row of the vehicle. The child's arms were clinched tightly to his chest,

CHICKASHA NEWS - 2018-11-13 22:40:00

HSI Sensing contributes to food security of USAO students

Celebrating their 50th anniversary of operations in Chickasha this year, HSI Sensing has organized a different charitable project each month in order to give back to the community. In October, employees were challenged to fill at least five large boxes of items for USAO’s Campus Co-Op. In the end, m

CHICKASHA NEWS - 2018-11-12 21:34:00

Area teams advance in playoffs

In fact, three other teams advanced to the second round. Tuttle, Blanchard and Minco all picked up wins last week to stay alive in the playoffs.

CHICKASHA NEWS - 2018-11-13 22:52:00

Northbound I-35 Closed North Of Purcell Due To Jack-Knifed Semi

Officials are responding to an accident involving a semi in McClain County.Officials report all lanes of I-35 northbound are closed at Johnson Road (mile marker 98) just north of Purcell in McClain County. The closure will likely last through the morning commute and drivers are advised to avoid the

NEWS9.COM - 2018-11-14 12:14:00

Unsinkable: Duncan dominates meet

Facing another set of tough competition, the Duncan Demons swim team blew through the water in the pool to win first place against Bishop McGuiness, Chickasha and Yukon Thursday evening.

DUNCAN BANNER - 2018-11-13 01:00:00

Fatal crash reported Wednesday near Newcastle

A fatal wreck has been reported Wednesday on the H.E. Bailey Turnpike near Newcastle in McClain County, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported.Traffic is being diverted from the area. Several vehicles were involved in the crash in the eastbound lanes.I-44 eastbound lanes blocked just south of Newcastl

DAILY OKLAHOMAN - 2018-11-14 14:37:00

Man Accused Of Assault, Exposing Himself, Trying To Break Into NW OKC Homes

Then, the man went to NW 34 Street, pulled down his pants, exposed his penis and started humping the ground, another person told police.

NEWS9.COM - 2018-11-13 17:02:00

OU student groups sign open letter to have 'Covered Wagon' statue removed from campus

NORMAN, Okla. - A student group at the University of Oklahoma is asking school officials to remove a controversial statue that now resides outside one of the school's most well-known buildings. Last month, students took notice after a bronze statue titled 'Covered Wagon' appeared outside of OU's Gay

KFOR - 2018-11-13 13:35:01

New Leaf Medicinals dispensary takes root in Chickasha

New Leaf Medicinals, LLC is cultivating about 140 different strains of cannabis, with close to 55 ready or almost ready for mass production, owner and operator, Eric Hernandez said.


Arrest made in connection to man's death, El Reno police say

EL RENO, Okla. - El Reno police say an arrest has been made in connection to a man's death. Officers were called to a home in the 2600 block of Stone Glen Drive at around 4:00 p.m. Sunday, October 28, for a report of an unresponsive man. When officers arrived, they found 28-year-old Matthew Little E

KFOR - 2018-11-12 21:55:41

“It looks bad on Norman, it looks bad on Stillwater,” OSU student allegedly writes racial slur on receipt

NORMAN, Okla. – An Oklahoma State University student allegedly left a racial slur on his receipt in place of his signature, which is now at the center of a viral tweet.

KFOR - 2018-11-12 21:25:34

Vehicle crashes into business in southeast Oklahoma City

OKLAHOMA CITY – A vehicle has crashed into a business on the city’s southeast side.The crash was reported Wednesday morning in the area near SE 74th and Sooner Rd.No injuries have been reported, however both the building and the vehicle were damaged.Officials are still investigating what led up to t

KFOR - 2018-11-12 17:22:33

Superintendent Accused Of Assault, Battery To Continue Working For Ninnekah Schools

According to a police report, on October 11, the woman said she was sleeping in the home that she shared with Bunch when she says he attempted to smother her.


Several Accidents Reported Across Oklahoma City

OKLAHOMA CITY -Several accidents have been reported as slick roads cover much of the state Monday.Both lanes of I-40 are currently closed at Choctaw Road following a rollover accident involving a semi.


Man who shot, maimed Chickasha Police Officers found guilty

On Monday, Klingler was charged with three counts of assault and battery with a deadly weapon, six counts of shooting with intent to kill and one count of maiming, Jason Hicks, Grady County District Attorney, said.


Rain And Snow Impacting Several Portions Of The State Monday

With winter weather on the way, the Oklahoma Department of Transportation has their trucksready for the roads. ODOT has 500 trucks, and crews across the state ready to work 12-hour shifts in case Monday’s storms wreak havoc.


16-year-old Oklahoma girl shot by mother dies, organ donation helps 8 people

Toliver’s mother,Amy Hall, told officials that she shot Kloee early Nov. 1 at their home in Okmulgee, about 35 miles southwest of Tulsa. Hall alsofatally shot her 18-year-old son, Kayson Toliver, and tried to shoot her 14-year-old daughter.


Authorities investigating fatal crash in SW Oklahoma City

OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities are investigating a fatal crash involving a motorcycle in southwest Oklahoma City.Emergency crews responded to the area near SW 53rd and McKinley Sunday afternoon.Police tell News 4 the crash is fatal and does involve a motorcycle, but did not release any other details.Th


Program leads to arrests, drug seizures in Oklahoma City

In this file photo from February, Oklahoma City Police Lt. Freddy Herrera, left, and Master Sgt. John Ricketts review information as they go door to door talking with residents along Douglas Avenue in Oklahoma City. [Photo by Bryan Terry, The Oklahoman]



TULSA, Okla. – A 36-year-old resident of Grove has pleaded guilty to possession of an unregistered destructive device discovered at a residence in Afton, announced U.S. Attorney Trent Shores.