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 [...]

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 [...]

OK Gov. Kevin Stitt Signs Bill to Test Thousands of Untested Rape Kits

Oklahoma has a backlog of over 7,200 untested rape kits in the state and Governor Kevin Stitt has signed a bill that will tackle this problem for the state. Last week, Gov. Kevin Stitt signed a bill that will create a statewide tracking system for collecting sexual assault evidence, which s the first of several [...]

Former Nowata County Detention Officer Out on Bond Following Rape Allegations

Cody Lowen Nowata, Oklahoma- A former Nowata County Detention Officer is currently out on bond following an accusation of raping an inmate according to the OSBI. Deputies of Nowata County say that the jailer was fired the same day the investigation started. According to the Oklahoma Beauru of Investigation (OSBI), Cody Lowen [...]

New Witness Comes Forward in 1984 Ada OK Murders Featured in the Netflix Doc ‘The Innocent Man’

Netflix For decades Karl Fontenot and Tommy Ward have proclaimed their innocence from prison in the infamous "Dreams of Ada" murder case. Now there is a new witness that has come forth that says the two men are guilty, not innocent. Both Karl Fontenot and Tommy Ward are again challenging their convictions for [...]

Edmond Medical Marijuana Dispensary Targeted Twice by Thieves

A dispensary owner in far north Edmond said his shop has been targeted twice in the last month because of the large amounts of cash they have on site. "We believe he lives somewhere near the area," said Kent Malave, talking about a man caught on camera brazenly stealing products from his dispensary. "Another customer [...]

‘Scooter Mom’ Reportedly Flees Country After Being Charged in Scooter Death of 5-Year-Old Son

Facebook Negligent homicide and child neglect charges have been brought against the mother of a 5-year-old boy killed while riding a scooter at 31st and Riverside April 23. The Tulsa County District Attorney's Office filed the charges Friday, April 26. They also filed charges against the driver who hit him, Renier Davison. An [...]

Governor Stitt Signs Senate Bill 926 Requiring Consent be Taught in Sex Education

Oklahoma City Seal Gov. Kevin Stitt signed a bill this week that would change the sex education curriculum being taught in Oklahoma schools. The new curriculum deals with consent, which, at the moment, is not required to be taught in sex education classes. "These topics consume their daily lives, and yet no one's [...]

Oklahoma State Highway Speed Limit Officially Increased by Gov. Stitt

Gov. Kevin Stitt signed a bill into law Thursday that will increase the speed limit on Oklahoma turnpikes from 75 to 80 miles per hour and on certain state highways from 70 to 75 miles per hour. Rep. Daniel Pae, R-Lawton, is the House author of House Bill 1071. Sen. John Michael Montgomery, R-Lawton, is [...]