Norman, OKKFOR

Norman Police investigate string of car break-ins

NORMAN, Okla. (KFOR) – Police say car crooks are on the loose in East Norman with at least eight vehicles break-ins this weekend alone. The problem has gotten so bad that one resident said he held one of the alleged thieves at gunpoint. It’s not an uncommon sight these days...
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Oklahoma City, OKKFOR

Driver crashes into Oklahoma City apartment after being shot

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Oklahoma City police are investigating a shooting at an apartment complex in the metro. Just before 10 p.m. on Monday night, Oklahoma City police officers were called to the Stratford Apartments, located near N.W. 122nd and Pennsylvania Ave. Authorities say a man was shot inside his...

'He's Got A Machete': 911 Calls Depict Armed Confrontation In Edmond

A wild confrontation unfolded in Edmond as police scramble to stop a confrontation from escalating into a deadly incident. A SWAT team ordered a man out of his apartment at gunpoint. Edmond police responded just north of the University of Central Oklahoma stadium where they were told two men armed with weapons were arguing.
Oklahoma City, OKNews On 6

District Attorney Requests AG Investigate Oklahoma City Police Detective

The Oklahoma County District Attorney is requesting the acting state attorney general investigate an Oklahoma City police detective. District Attorney David Prater sent a letter to the attorney general’s office requesting they open an investigation into the conduct of investigator Bryn Carter after he recanted his findings in the police shooting of Bennie Edwards.
Oklahoma City, OKTulsa World

Turnpikes moving to cashless toll payment method

OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma Turnpike Authority is moving toward a cashless toll payment system, with the Creek, Kilpatrick and H.E. Bailey turnpikes the first to transition to cashless tolling, said Jack Damrill, OTA spokesman. The Turner and Will Rogers turnpikes will be the last to be converted, he said.
Oklahoma City, OKKFOR

Oklahoma woman dies from injuries suffered in 6-car crash

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Officials say an Oklahoma woman who was critically injured in a six-car pileup in Oklahoma County has died from her injuries. Shortly before 1 p.m. on June 14, troopers with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol were called to a crash along westbound I-40 at Eastern Ave. When...
Warr Acres, OKKFOR

Dog left tied to pole outside closed shelter in summer heat

WARR ACRES, Okla. (KFOR) – Authorities in Warr Acres are asking for the public’s help after a dog was left abandoned in high temperatures. Warr Acres Animal Control says someone abandoned a black and white dog, tying him to the handicap sign in front of the shelter. Officials say the...

Norman PD investigates multiple car break in's

Norman, Okla. (KOKH) — Norman Police are investigating several reports of car break in's on the east side of town. During their investigation, police found that the break in's were happening along Lindsey Street, where most of the city's apartment complexes are located. Right now it's unclear if all these...
Oklahoma City, OKKFOR

Critical race theory debate slows down church project

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Critical race theory is a hot topic in politics both nationally and locally in Oklahoma. Earlier this year, the Oklahoma Legislature passed a measure banning this type of race curriculum. A number of community leaders spoke out against House Bill 1775, but there was also support,...