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Oklahoma family loses everything in massive house fire
GUTHRIE, Okla. - An Oklahoma family is without a home after it caught fire early Saturday morning. No one was injured but the home is a total loss. Neighbors told News 4 the family was inside the home when the fire started, but they made it out just in time.
Oklahoma ranked 12th 'most sinful' state in United States, study says
Oklahoma has been ranked as the 12th "most sinful" state in the United States, according to a study from WalletHub . The report ranked states based on their anger, jealousy, excesses and vices, greed, lust, vanity and laziness.
Oklahoma committee advances bill to strip licenses of doctors who perform abortions
A bill that would strip the medical licenses of doctors who perform abortions passed out of a House committee Tuesday. House Bill 1182 would direct the Oklahoma Medical Board and the Oklahoma State Board of Osteopathic Examiners to revoke the licenses of doctors who perform abortions except in cases
Oklahoma woman convicted after allegedly confessing to sexual abuse of a child
PONTOTOC COUNTY, Okla. – An Oklahoma woman has been convicted of sexually abusing a boy in 2017. In March of 2018, authorities arrested Jake Few and Twila Few after investigators looked into remarks made by Twila Few after a domestic disturbance in Cleveland County.
Two men accused in Guthrie man’s murder plead guilty to charges
GUTHRIE, Okla. – Two men accused of shooting a man dozens of times in front of a Guthrie home have pleaded guilty to charges in connection with the murder. Police say 24-year-old Joseph Angelo was shot 36 times in the face and torso outside a home in the 300 block of S. Oak St. in Guthrie in 2017.
Two women charged with murder in connection to deadly shooting
OKLAHOMA CITY – Two women have been charged in connection with a deadly shooting earlier this month. On Feb. 10, Oklahoma City police were called to the area near N.W. 16th and Meridian after neighbors reported hearing gunshots in the area.
Guthrie-Edmond Regional Airport Board to meet Tuesday
Agenda posted on the bulletin board in the lobby of City Hall before 4:30 pm on Friday, Feb. 8. The City of Edmond encourages participation from all its citizens. To request an accommodation due to a disability, please allow at least 48 hours prior to the scheduled meeting. Contact the ADA Coordinat
Black History Month: 13 historic all-black towns remain in Oklahoma
The all-black towns of Oklahoma represent a unique chapter in American history, according to the Oklahoma Historical Society website. Nowhere else, neither in the Deep South nor in the Far West, did so many African-American men and women come together to create, occupy and govern their own communiti
Oklahoma House approves bill that would let you have phone out while voting
OKLAHOMA CITY — Soon, Oklahomans may not have to keep their cellphones away in the voting booth. Right now, Oklahomans cannot legally share photos of ballots on social media.
Oklahoma SNAP customers to receive food benefits March 1
OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma Department of Human Services will release all March SNAP food benefits on March 1. All eligible customers will automatically receive their benefits on March 1.
Guthrie battalion chief, Cashion fire lieutenant battle vehicle fire together before crews arrive
GUTHRIE, Okla. - When an emergency call about a vehicle engulfed in flames came into the Guthrie Fire Department, there was only one person at the station, and she didn’t hesitate to do her job.
Oklahoma student passes away from bacterial meningitis
WOODWARD, Okla. – An Oklahoma community is mourning the loss of a student who recently passed away from bacterial meningitis. Woodward Public Schools Superintendent Kyle Reynolds told the Enid News and Eagle that a seventh-grade student died over the weekend from the bacteria.
Photos: Winter Weather in Oklahoma
OKLAHOMA- A new winter storm sweeps across Oklahoma brining, snow, ice, sleet, and cold temperatures. Upload your pictures or videos through the 4WarnMe app.
'Rain Man,' the only movie to film in Oklahoma and win best picture, won Oscars 30 years ago
Wide-open spaces. The heart of America. Friendly people. Filmmakers found all that and more in Oklahoma when they decided to film portions of “Rain Man” in the state. The upcoming 91st Academy Awards marks 30 years since the movie took home the best-picture Oscar — the only film shot in Oklahoma to
Warr Acres Police Department mourning loss of one of their own
WARR ACRES, Okla. – The Warr Acres Police Department is mourning the loss of one of their own. The department announced on Facebook Wednesday that Det. David Richardson passed away.
Oklahoma pastors welcome Southern Baptist president's 'call to action'
A set of proposed reforms designed to combat sexual abuse in the Southern Baptist Convention was affirmed Tuesday by several Oklahoma Baptist preachers. "I think it's long overdue. As I've said in times past, I believe in accountability at every level," the Rev. Blake Gideon, senior pastor of First
5 to find: Moments in KISS history as band comes to Oklahoma on farewell tour
Here’s a promo blurb from endoftheroadtour.com: “While KISS have a habit of launching a farewell tour every half decade or so, they swear that their End of the Road trek really is their last one ever.”
The price of marijuana in Oklahoma
TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — "You push your flower to the front, you’re ready to light it and consume," said Isaac Caviness. For many, Caviness became the face of the medical marijuana campaign through Green the Vote, and now, he's about to have the grand opening of his medical marijuana dispensary within
Family home of 30 years burns down on E. Noble
An early Saturday morning fire destroyed a house that a family had called home for 30 years. Five fire departments (Guthrie, Sooner, Woodcrest, Coyle and Oak Cliff) responded to the 500 block of E. Noble just before 3 a.m.
Oklahoma Senate committee passes bills limiting 4-day school weeks
OKLAHOMA CITY - An Oklahoma state Senate committee passed two bills Tuesday to limit and possibly eliminate 4-day school weeks. Senate Bill 441 requires schools to go back to 5-day weeks. Any school that wants to stay on a 4-day schedule would be able to plead its case to the state board of educatio