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“It felt like my skin was on fire,” Oklahoma officer recovering after being dragged 55 feet
ALTUS, Okla. – It was a terrifying moment for an Oklahoma police officer, and it was captured on his body worn camera.
Two arrested following undercover investigation in Canadian County
According to the Canadian County Sheriff’s Office, Sontag asked the deputy about her sexual history, asked for photos of her in a bathing suit and was persistent about meeting her for sex.
Inmate stabbed Thursday at Oklahoma County jail
The stabbing happened about 1 p.m. on one of the jail’s floors, said Mark Opgrande, Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office spokesman.
Officials: Mustang school district buses target of prank on first day of school
“We have had an unexpected development this morning. Someone managed to sneak political bumper stickers onto some of our buses’ back bumpers. We will be walking around all the buses as soon as they return from their morning runs and removing these bumper stickers. We expect the possibility of pranks
Three in custody after police chase ends in northeast OKC
OKLAHOMA CITY —Three people are in police custody after leading officers on a pursuit that ended early Thursday morning in northeast Oklahoma City.According to police, the chase started when an officers tried to pull over the vehicle for a traffic stop near Northeast 30th Street and Prospect.Adverti
Man arrested after allegedly exposing himself at Oklahoma City car wash
According to an affidavit, an officer was assigned to conduct a follow-up investigation in reference to an indecent exposure that occurred at a car wash near NW 39th Expressway and Willow Springs Drive on November 4, 2017.
Canada's Wonderland: Record-breaking Yukon Striker coaster announced
Yukon Striker’s riders will stare down a 245-foot, 90-degree drop that will accelerate them to 80 mph. What a dive, indeed.
Person injured in shooting in southwest Oklahoma City, police say
A passerby called police about a shooting near a convenience store near the intersection of Southwest 22nd Street and South Portland Avenue. When officers arrived, they found a victim with a gunshot wound to the leg, officials said.
Yukon could be sued if City Council passes medical marijuana ordinance, attorney says
However, if the Yukon City Council passes aproposed ordinance, she might not be able to. The ordinance would not allow marijuana dispensaries from being put within 1,000 feet of a church, museum, library, child care center, jail or another dispensary.
Tiny Oklahoma City restaurant named ‘America’s Best New Restaurant’
Nonesuch, a 20-seat tasting-menu restaurant, opened in the 800 block of N. Hudson Ave. in Oklahoma City in October of 2017. While it remains relatively under the radar, it has now been blasted into the spotlight by the recent ranking.
Thieves break into multiple cars in Yukon, drive off in Jeep
“We found my car had been buried in the mud up to the fenders. The inside of my car was destroyed, it was covered in mud, things were ripped apart and opened,” she said.
Rodeo bull runs wild in Oklahoma City, dies in Midtown
The escapee was described as 4 feet tall, with brown hair and black eyes, thick build and weighing 2,000 pounds, according to the Oklahoma City police report.The suspect, identified in police reports as Rodeo Bull, whose residence was listed at 2501 Exchange Avenue, managed to escape the Oklahoma Ci
Oklahoma City police officer found not guilty in theft ring case
Oklahoma City police officer Weston Slater admitted to making a dumb mistake.He never should have checked that vehicle ID number for a casual friend, he said. And he should have done more when he got a "hit" from the national law enforcement database that the pickup was stolen."I made a dumb mistake
Proposed Oklahoma medical marijuana bill would protect employees, change tax rules
FILE - In this Jan. 1, 2018, file photo, different types of marijuana are displayed at Harborside marijuana dispensary in Oakland, Calif. An Oklahoma advocacy group for medical marijuana patients unveiled a model bill over the weekend. (AP Photo/Mathew Sumner, File)
On Monday, teachers in the Edmond district ratified a labor agreement that will pay first-year teachers $40,000 annually, an increase of $5,384 from the previous year.
Putnam City Schools is the latest metro-area district to propose paying its first-year teachers a $40,000 annual salary.The school board will consider an agreement with teachers when it meets Monday night, spokesman Steve Lindley toldThe Oklahomanon Tuesday."That figure was announced yesterday at a
Court documents reveal new details in El Reno child’s hot car death
EL RENO, Okla. – Court documents are revealing new details in the death of an El Reno child, who was left in a hot car.
Man armed with gun shot, killed by Oklahoma City officer, police say
Officers arrived and saw a man with a gun. Police said that man then ran away, heading toward the intersection. He pointed the gun at an officer while he was running, according to police.
2-year-old dies after being struck by vehicle in northwest Oklahoma City
OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) —A child is dead after being struck by a vehicle Monday morning in northwest Oklahoma City.The Oklahoma City Police Department confirms that a 2-year-old was struck and killed just before 6:30 a.m. Aug. 13 just west of NW 23 and Meridian.The circumstances of the incident have no
Man killed in deadly officer-involved shooting identified
After a short chase, investigators say the suspect turned around and pointed a gun at the officer. At that point, investigators say the officer shot and killed the suspect.
Police: Toddler dies after being hit by car in Oklahoma City
Officials with the Oklahoma City Police Department tell News 4 that a woman and her 2-year-old daughter were walking near the Mira Vista Apartments, near N.W. 23rd and Meridian Ave., on Monday morning.