Oklahoma Teens Find a Severed Human Leg While Frog Hunting

A group of Oklahoma teens found a lot more than frogs while exploring the woods near the north Tulsa creek area in Tulsa, Oklahoma.  The teens were doing as teens in Oklahoma do, exploring the woods and hunting for frogs when they stumbled upon a grizzly discovery - a human leg with the owner's shoe [...]

OKC Mayor Wecomes Immigrants in Oklahoma Following POTUS Trump’s Tweet

POTUS Donald Trump set the Twitterverse ablaze Sunday by tweeting that four nonwhite women in Congress should "go back" to their countries. Following POTUS' tweet, which some are claiming is racists rhetoric, Oklahoma City Mayor Davis Holt tweeted his support of the city's immigrant community. “Oklahoma City is a diverse community where 60 percent of [...]

OKC Police Issue Warning About New Crime Trend – Preventing Bank Jugging

Oklahoma City police are warning citizens about "bank jugging," a crime officers are saying they are starting to see more often in the metro. Her is what you need to know, and how to prevent it. Preventing Bank Jugging What is “Bank Jugging?” Bank Jugging occurs when a thief parks outside of a bank and [...]

OHP Increasing Patrols Throughout 4th of July Weekend

Oklahoma Highway Patrol and ENDUI team will be increasing their patrols across Oklahoma during the 4th of July weekend, OHP officials said. The OHP is teaming up with law enforcement agencies all across Oklahoma for impaired driving checkpoints Thursday, July 4 through Sunday the 7. According to officials, law enforcement in Cherokee County will kick [...]

Cement Interim Police Chief Accused Of Child Sex Crimes

A Cement Police Officer is being charged with soliciting child prostitution from a minor in Chickasha, Oklahoma. The alleged victim did tell Burger she would participate in sexual activity, and he left the home that day. However, law enforcement reports the suspect contacted the victim on social media and sent text messages after visiting her [...]

New Law Takes Effect July 1 Regarding Oklahoma License Plates and Registration

New Law Takes Effect July 1 Regarding Oklahoma License Plates and Registration A new Oklahoma law that was passed last year will go into effect on July 1, 2019, changing the handling of license plates after the sale of a car. Starting next month, those who sell their vehicles will KEEP their license plate, instead [...]

Gunman Killed After Opening Fire on Dallas Courthouse

Authorities in Dallas, Texas say that a masked gunman who attempted an attack on the Earle Cabell Federal Courthouse in downtown Dallas on Monday was indeed shot and killed by officers. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has identified the gunman as Brian Isaack Clyde, 22, a former United States Army private who served for [...]

Oklahoma Man Found Guilty of Kidnapping Stepdaughter and Holding Her Captive for 19 years

An Oklahoma man kidnapped his stepdaughter, repeatedly raped and abused her, fathered nine children with her and held her captive under the threat of violence for close to two decades authorities say. Henri Michelle Piette, 63, was found guilty last Thursday by a federal jury of kidnapping and traveling with intent to engage in a [...]

After 28 Years in Prison is Corey Atchison of Tulsa Innocent of Murder?

After serving 28 years in prison, the fate and freedom of a convicted Tulsa man, Corey Atchison, will be decided in July. Stephanie Harris said she will never forget the man who shot and killed James Warren Lane 28 years ago in the morning early hours in north Tulsa. Harris vividly remembers the man was [...]

Baby in Missouri Dies After Being Left in Hot Car for 15 Hours

Last week, a Missouri baby died after being left in a hot car for as long as 15 hours police said. When first responders arrived on the scene, they tried desperately to revive 11-month-old Joseline Eichelberger on Sunday afternoon. Tragically, it was too late for little Joseline. There are over 40  similarly related deaths suffered [...]