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New Bills Could Raise Oklahoma's Minimum Wage
OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma - Oklahoma's minimum wage could go up if state lawmakers pass two new bills. One proposal would bump the minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.50 per hour for everyone.
Reba McEntire Drops 'No U in Oklahoma' From Upcoming 'Stronger Than the Truth' Record
Surprise! Reba McEntire just dropped a new song, "No U in Oklahoma," from her upcoming Stronger Than the Truth record. McEntire co-wrote the song with Ronnie Dunn and Donna McSpadden.
Edmond Gym Helping To Fight Parkinson's Disease
EDMOND, Oklahoma - Oklahoman's who are struggling with Parkinson’s disease may have found a treatment plan. Not in a hospital room, but rather a gym. Roughhouse Boxing and Fitness in Edmond trains all levels of fighters, but their newest venture is opening the gym doors to men and women who struggle
Oklahoma Aryan Brotherhood Prison Gang Leaves Behind Carnage, Sheriff Says
TULSA, Oklahoma - Prosecutors say an Oklahoma prison gang ran a drug trafficking organization and ordered violent crimes from inside prison walls. An indictment says the Universal Aryan Brotherhood was involved in numerous violent crimes, including nine murders, kidnappings and assaults, spanning ov
Attempted kidnapping ends in crash, two suspects in custody
OKLAHOMA CITY – Police say two suspects are now in custody after a reported kidnapping and subsequent car chase Friday afternoon. Shortly before 1 p.m., officers responded to a call of a kidnapping in SE OKC.
Beta Sigma Phi showcases hats from the '70s
The Beta Sigma Phi Sorority meeting was held Feb. 5 at the Home Extension Center at the Agri-Plex, with a high tea luncheon hosted by Donna Gillihan of Sulphur and Debbie Quinn of Edmond.
Sister fights for justice after Britney Tiger’s body found in remote Oklahoma reserve
Britney Tiger “had a heart of gold,” according to her sister Jessica Tyson. Jessica told Dateline that, as a mother, sister, daughter, aunt and friend, Britney always wore a smile and forever lent a helping hand.
Candidates speak out during forum
Dan O’Neil Dan O’Neil, 72, served previously as mayor of Edmond, and said he wants Edmond to keep its small town charm even though it is now a city. A proponent of a quiet zone in Edmond he said he will be supporting additional development along the U.S. Interstate 35 corridor as well as development
Life In Prison Didn't Stop Oklahoma Inmate From Running Meth Ring, Prosecutors Say
A man serving life in prison for the murder of Pawnee County Sheriff Dwight Woodrell has been indicted in federal court this week for racketeering. Federal prosecutors say far from going to prison to learn his lesson, James Taylor became a powerful member of the Universal Aryan Brotherhood gang and
Oklahoma CBD, Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Required To Obtain Food Licenses
Oklahoma City, OK - The Oklahoma Department of Health is notifying CBD and medical marijuana dispensaries they'll need a food license to be able to sell certain products. The department is encouraging current businesses manufacturing or selling food products infused with or containing CBD and/or med
More than 100 cattle stolen in northeast Oklahoma
PRYOR, Ok. - The Mayes County Sheriff's Office says 107 cattle were stolen from a pasture east of Pryor, OK. The Sheriff received the larceny report on Thursday, February 21st.
Cara Bowerman is EPS Teacher of Year
Edmond North High School art teacher Cara Bowerman has been selected as the 2019-2020 Edmond Teacher of the Year. Superintendent Bret Towne made the announcement today during the district’s Celebration of Excellence sponsored by the Edmond Public Schools Foundation.
NE OKC shooting victim dies, police search for suspect
Oklahoma City – Police say the victim in yesterday afternoon’s shooting on NE 10th and Bryant died today as a result of his injuries and now police are searching for the suspect.
First pediatric flu death reported in Oklahoma
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK - The Oklahoma Department of Health is reporting its first pediatric flu death of the year. The flu has already claimed the lives of 30 adults in the state. The death occurred in an Oklahoma County resident between the ages of 5-17.
Officials Working To Keep Deer Disease Out Of Oklahoma
Oklahoma officials are working to keep a disease affecting deer out of Oklahoma. Nicknamed, “zombie deer disease,” Chronic Wasting Disease has showed up in deer and elk in every state bordering Oklahoma.
Woman accused of ramming, setting fire to mother’s barn, assaulting deputy, was out on bond for assault
GARVIN COUNTY, Okla. - The investigation into a barn fire near Lindsay now includes ongoing investigations in Oklahoma County. Kelsey Swinford faces charges for third degree arson, malicious injury to property and assault and battery on a police officer, after a bizarre series of events in rural Gar
Oklahoma man stole Pepsi truck to look for girlfriend, police say
An Oklahoma man stole a Pepsi truck to look for his girlfriend earlier this week, authorities said. Steven Hart, 45, is accused of stealing the truck around 8:30 a.m. Tuesday as the driver was unloading soda in the back, Tulsa police Officer Jeanne Pierce told the Tulsa World.
4 the Weekend: Friends of the Library sale and Exotic Animal Show
OKLAHOMA CITY – Here are this weekend’s events, brought to News 4 by Discover Oklahoma. If you love reptiles, this is your weekend at Oklahoma State Fair Park. It’s time for Repticon Reptile and Exotic Animal Show both Saturday and Sunday.
Oklahoma City purchases 240 Sports Complex
The City of Oklahoma City Parks Department (OKC Parks) today announced the purchase of the 240 Sports Complex in south Oklahoma City. The site will undergo a 12-month renovation with plans to re-open the site in time for Spring 2020 softball and baseball play.
Oklahoma School Leaders Concerned About 5-Day School Week Bill
This week, the Senate Education Committee approved Senate Bill 441, which would restore the five-day school week. But some districts say the change would hinder the progress they've seen.