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EDMOND, Okla. – A lot of kids find their way in high school. But, for the kids in Mr. McMillan's class, the path can be a complicated... [Read More]
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In Oklahoma, immunizations are required for school and for daycare. But, parents do have a choice when it comes to how and when and if... [Read More]
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We are excited to roll out a brand new program at News 4. It's a partnership between the station and Air Comfort Solutions. All summer,... [Read More]
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This week marks an important milestone in the Oklahoma civil rights movement. It has been 60 years since the first lunch counter sit-in in Oklahoma... [Read More]
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Mega, athletic spa Life Time is coming to Oklahoma City. Life Time is a massive athletic resort; part gym, part spa, part yoga studio. Construction... [Read More]
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The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals has denied Daniel Holtzclaw's latest motion to unseal secret documents in his ongoing appeal. Those sealed documents were the... [Read More]
The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals has denied Daniel Holtzclaw's latest motion to unseal secret documents in his ongoing appeal. Those sealed documents were the... [Read More]
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The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals has ordered secret documents unsealed in the ongoing appeals case of a former Oklahoma City police officer, convicted of... [Read More]
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An Edmond man accused of faking his own cancer to score tens of thousands of dollars in donations from church members is in trouble with... [Read More]
Last weekend marked five years since the Moore tornado, and five years since the conversation about school safety changed dramatically. Tuesday night at 10 p.m.... [Read More]
Sunday is May 20. That was a dark day in Oklahoma. Twenty four people lost their lives in the Moore tornado. One-hundred fifty people were... [Read More]
For many Oklahomans, it's hard to believe it has been five years since the deadly Moore tornado on May 20. For others, like E.H. Pittman, it's... [Read More]
Oklahoma voters took a gamble on the lottery in 2004. The measured creating a statewide lottery passed overwhelmingly by a vote of the people under... [Read More]
Thousands of Oklahoma families trust a nursing home or skilled care facility to take care of fragile family members, the elderly or those recovering from... [Read More]
Oklahoma City Police are on the lookout for a one-man crime spree accused of shoplifting, carjacking and selling off a stolen car to a family of... [Read More]
The family of a man who was shot and killed by a bail bond agent is speaking out for the first time. It happened last year in... [Read More]
Friday morning, the lights dimmed in the auditorium at Washington Irving, and the students settled in for a real treat. They went to Neverland for Miss... [Read More]
The victims of an Edmond man's fake-cancer scheme are one step closer to getting their money back. Oklahoma County District Judge Cindy Truong has ordered Lifetouch Inc. to release the... [Read More]
Earlier this month, NBC News Chief Foreign Correspondant Richard Engel went public with his family's battle against an unusual childhood disease. You may have seen Engel's heart-breaking... [Read More]
OKLAHOMA CITY — In an era of dirty politics, there is a new day on the horizon. There were some hotly contested races throughout the state... [Read More]
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