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Nonprofit works to curb gun violence after 3 shot in northeast Oklahoma City
OKLAHOMA CITY — An Oklahoma City nonprofit sounded the alarm Friday after a shooting sent three people to a hospital. Live Free OKC has a mission to curb gun violence, and the organization said it was important to show up for the community after the shooting near Northeast 36th Street and Kelley Avenue.
New documents reveal woman was shot in head after breakup
OKLAHOMA CITY — New documents outline the moments before a shooting that left a woman fighting for her life. "It looked like there was maybe a confrontation with an argument and a gun and stuff," a witness said. According to new court documents obtained Friday, the suspect and victim...
Southside shooting victim identified — suspect in custody
Southside shooting victim identified — suspect in custodyA man was found dead with gunshot wounds in a southside OKC hotel room early Tuesday morning. A suspect is in custody in the Okla County Jail. Get more Oklahoma City news: Oklahoma City Free Press
Trooper’s cruiser struck for 6th time: ‘Stop hitting me’
(KOCO) - An Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper was irritated when his cruiser was hit during a traffic stop over the weekend. That’s because it wasn’t the first time that it has happened. In fact, it was the sixth time!. Trooper Russell Callicoat’s dash camera was rolling when a...
Police arrest suspect, seize several pounds of drugs during Oklahoma City traffic stop
OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma City police arrested a suspect and found several pounds of drugs during a traffic stop earlier this week. Open the video player above to see some of the headlines KOCO 5 is following. According to the Oklahoma City Police Department, officers found more than 3...
Suspect arrested in 2012 cold case investigation
MOBILE, Ala. (WPMI) — Twelve years after Brittany Robinson's disappearance, which led her mother to file a missing person report on June 22, 2012, her case has remained an active cold case investigation. Brittany was last seen with her biological father. Through the ongoing commitment of the Cold Case...
Experience Authentic Mexican Flavors: 3 Unforgettable Restaurants in Bethany
In this article, we'll be exploring three enticing Mexican restaurants located in Bethany. Have you had the chance to sample any of their delightful dishes yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
OKC man sentenced to 36 months for lying to purchase firearm
OKC man sentenced to 36 months for lying to purchase firearmAn Oklahoma City man was sentenced to serve 36 months in federal prison for making a false statement during the attempted purchase of a firearm. Get more Oklahoma City news: Oklahoma City Free Press
Spring Storm Outlook: What does the newest rain outlook mean for severe weather chances?
Chief Meteorologist Damon Lane shows the newest rain outlook for this spring and what it means for severe weather chances. A strong El Nino has been impacting our winter weather across The Plains with waves of rain chances and making this winter wetter than normal. However, El Nino is weakening, and it's likely that we will swing into a La Nina very quickly, possibly as early as this summer.
The Slaughter Mansion is now a proud, restored landmark of Oklahoma City’s Black history
OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – To be clear, the Slaughter Mansion – close to 5,000 square feet, 4 bedrooms, balconies, and all the rest – is named for Wyatt Slaughter, the city’s first Black Physician, who arrived in 1903 with a degree from Meharry College in Tennessee and little else.
Nonbinary student’s death prompts anger at Oklahoma state board meeting
This story originally appeared on Oklahoma Voice. OKLAHOMA CITY — The death of a 16-year-old nonbinary student in Oklahoma cast a cloud of mourning and frustration over Thursday’s gathering of the state’s top school board. Meetings of the Oklahoma State Board of Education have become a nexus point of contention over issues affecting public schools […] The post Nonbinary student’s death prompts anger at Oklahoma state board meeting appeared first on Alabama Reflector.
OKC family's fake story about toddler dialing 911, prompting SWAT response gets millions of views
OKLAHOMA CITY — An Oklahoma City metro family's video is getting millions of views on TikTok after telling a fake story claiming that their toddler caused a SWAT team response. Late Wednesday night, the family posted a nearly 5 1/2-minute video on TikTok saying their 1-year-old toddler accidentally "dialed"...
4 suspects charged in deadly Las Vegas teen beating will stand trial in the Summer
LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — The trial date for the four teens charged with murder in the fatal beating of a Las Vegas teen was set. Damien Hernandez, Dontral Beaver, Gianni Robinson and Treavion Randolph are charged with second-degree murder in connection to 17-year-old Jonathan Lewis' killing. All four appeared,...
Suspect in custody after Oklahoma City chase involving troopers ends in crash
OKLAHOMA CITY — A suspect was taken into custody early Friday morning after a pursuit with Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers ended in a crash in southeast OKC. Get the latest news stories of interest by clicking here. The park near Southeast 37th and Santa Fe was swarmed with troopers...
Truck or store, Taqueria Mi Ranchito Makes every day Taco Tuesday
Truck or store, Taqueria Mi Ranchito Makes every day Taco TuesdayHungry? You will be once you read Greg Elwell's review of this amazing taco truck on Northside OKC that is so good it's "Taco Tuesday" every day! Get more Oklahoma City news: Oklahoma City Free Press
FORECAST: Sunny and mild today
KOCO 5 Meteorologist Jonathan Conder says you should try to get outside this weekend. He has your updated forecast.
How Martin Luther King Jr. made his mark on Oklahoma City
OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – While many know about the overall impact the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King had on civil rights in America, the push for equality and justice for all, and the world-renowned “I Have a Dream” speech, fewer people know about his unique connection to Oklahoma City.
Oklahoma City Feb 22 Weekly Crime Report
During the last week, Oklahoma City saw an uptick in crime with a total of 5 incidents reported. The most common crime was vehicular pursuit, accounting for 3 of the 5 incidents. This was followed by a single incident each of shooting and theft. The shooting incident occurred on February 20th at 5:24 AM, while the theft was also reported on the same day. The three vehicular pursuits happened in quick succession on February 19th, between 1:10 AM and 1:14 AM. The sudden surge in vehicular pursuits is concerning, indicating a potential increase in reckless driving or evasion of law enforcement in the place. The single shooting incident also poses a significant concern, given its severity.
Multi-vehicle crash delays traffic on I-240
A multi-vehicle crash caused traffic delays on I-240 Thursday morning.
This Insane Oklahoma Condo is Listed for Over One Million Dollars
It's a vibrant destination for tourists and Oklahoma City residents now, but back in the mid-to-late 90s Bricktown was just a wild idea. While they were building the ballpark, still mulling over the idea of a canal, politicians and developers were desperately trying to attract investors to buy into a vision that was hard to see at the time.