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  • Grass fires flourish in dry conditions

    Grass fires flourish in dry conditions

    Friday, July 28 2017 12:02 AM EDT2017-07-28 04:02:05 GMT
    (Source: KSWO)(Source: KSWO)

    Local volunteer fire departments dealt with several pop-up grass fires on Thursday.

    Local volunteer fire departments dealt with several pop-up grass fires on Thursday.

  • Marlow nursing home celebrates 60th anniversary

    Marlow nursing home celebrates 60th anniversary

    Thursday, July 27 2017 11:48 PM EDT2017-07-28 03:48:36 GMT
    Source: KSWOSource: KSWO

    A nursing home that's been a longstanding part of the Marlow community celebrated its 60th birthday and invited everyone to the party. 

    A nursing home that's been a longstanding part of the Marlow community celebrated its 60th birthday and invited everyone to the party. 

  • 12-Year-Old Creates Bucket List After Diagnosed with Brain Cancer

    12-Year-Old Creates Bucket List After Diagnosed with Brain Cancer

    Thursday, July 27 2017 9:07 PM EDT2017-07-28 01:07:34 GMT
    (Source Facebook)(Source Facebook)

    A Lawton boy battling a malignant brain tumor has drawn up a bucket list of things he wants to do before he dies.

    A Lawton boy battling a malignant brain tumor has drawn up a bucket list of things he wants to do before he dies.

  • Fire at Quartz Mountain triples in size

    Fire at Quartz Mountain triples in size

    Thursday, July 27 2017 8:45 PM EDT2017-07-28 00:45:22 GMT
    (Source KSWO)(Source KSWO)

    The wildfire tearing through Quartz Mountain has more than tripled in size in just the last 24 hours and has now burned around 2,400 acres.

    The wildfire tearing through Quartz Mountain has more than tripled in size in just the last 24 hours and has now burned around 2,400 acres.

  • Bray-Doyle Public School adds new three-year-old program

    Bray-Doyle Public School adds new three-year-old program

    Thursday, July 27 2017 7:00 PM EDT2017-07-27 23:00:34 GMT
    [Source KSWO][Source KSWO]

    MARLOW, OK (KSWO)-If you're looking to get a jump start on your child's education, you may want to consider Bray-Doyle Public Schools.

    MARLOW, OK (KSWO)-If you're looking to get a jump start on your child's education, you may want to consider Bray-Doyle Public Schools.

  • Oklahoma woman charged in death of newborn found in trash

    Oklahoma woman charged in death of newborn found in trash

    Thursday, July 27 2017 6:07 PM EDT2017-07-27 22:07:21 GMT

    A woman has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of a newborn boy whose body was found in April in a trash bin in northern Oklahoma.

    A woman has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of a newborn boy whose body was found in April in a trash bin in northern Oklahoma.

  • OK charter schools sue Board of Ed over funding discrepancies

    OK charter schools sue Board of Ed over funding discrepancies

    Thursday, July 27 2017 4:54 PM EDT2017-07-27 20:54:01 GMT

    Charter schools across the state are demanding equality in funding. The Oklahoma Public Charter School Association is suing the State Board of Education over inequities. The suit requests "funding between all public schools be equalized to assure equal education opportunities. The school association argues that charter schools are receiving hundreds of dollars less in state-issued funding that public schools. 

    Charter schools across the state are demanding equality in funding. The Oklahoma Public Charter School Association is suing the State Board of Education over inequities. The suit requests "funding between all public schools be equalized to assure equal education opportunities. The school association argues that charter schools are receiving hundreds of dollars less in state-issued funding that public schools. 

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    Ft Sill’s commanding general is leaving for Ft Bragg

    Ft Sill’s commanding general is leaving for Ft Bragg

    Thursday, July 27 2017 4:52 PM EDT2017-07-27 20:52:43 GMT
    Major General Brian McKiernan (Source U.S. Army)Major General Brian McKiernan (Source U.S. Army)

    Maj. Gen. Brian McKiernan, who was welcomed to Fort Sill FIRES Center of Excellence as commanding general in July of 2016, will be leaving. Maj. Gen. McKiernan has been selected to be the Deputy Commanding General of 18th Airborne Corps at Fort Bragg. Maj. Gen. Brian McKiernan has served as commanding general for the last year. 

    Maj. Gen. Brian McKiernan, who was welcomed to Fort Sill FIRES Center of Excellence as commanding general in July of 2016, will be leaving. Maj. Gen. McKiernan has been selected to be the Deputy Commanding General of 18th Airborne Corps at Fort Bragg. Maj. Gen. Brian McKiernan has served as commanding general for the last year. 

  • Former correctional officer says he’s being targeted after capturing explicit videos of jailers

    Former correctional officer says he’s being targeted after capturing explicit videos of jailers

    Thursday, July 27 2017 4:32 PM EDT2017-07-27 20:32:17 GMT

    We are hearing from a former Oklahoma correctional officer who says he's now in trouble with the law for trying to be a whistle blower. Back in May, the Oklahoma Department of Corrections launched an investigation into video that was captured at the Lexington Assessment and Reception Center. That video was caught by a now former correctional officer, who is facing possible jail time.

    We are hearing from a former Oklahoma correctional officer who says he's now in trouble with the law for trying to be a whistle blower. Back in May, the Oklahoma Department of Corrections launched an investigation into video that was captured at the Lexington Assessment and Reception Center. That video was caught by a now former correctional officer, who is facing possible jail time.

  • Academy and YMCA take kids on back to school shopping spree

    Academy and YMCA take kids on back to school shopping spree

    Thursday, July 27 2017 3:57 PM EDT2017-07-27 19:57:26 GMT

    LAWTON, OK (KSWO)- Academy Sports and Outdoors helped several local children get ready for the new school year today. They joined with the YMCA  to select 30 kids to take on a shopping spree. Each child received a $100 Academy gift card. 8th grade Student Colin Gabriel says today was a great opportunity. “It feels great to go shopping with like you guys, you guys helping me get the school supplies that I need.” Academy sports and outdoors does this yearly at...

    LAWTON, OK (KSWO)- Academy Sports and Outdoors helped several local children get ready for the new school year today. They joined with the YMCA  to select 30 kids to take on a shopping spree. Each child received a $100 Academy gift card. 8th grade Student Colin Gabriel says today was a great opportunity. “It feels great to go shopping with like you guys, you guys helping me get the school supplies that I need.” Academy sports and outdoors does this yearly at...

  • Man caught tossing contraband over Lawton Correctional Facility’s wall

    Man caught tossing contraband over Lawton Correctional Facility’s wall

    Thursday, July 27 2017 3:30 PM EDT2017-07-27 19:30:41 GMT

    A man has been arrested after guards at Lawton Correctional Facility caught him throwing packages over the prison wall. According to witnesses, Demetrius McClendon threw numerous packages of contraband over the wall. GEO employees monitoring the phone systems were well aware of the crime and knew multiple parties were involved. 

    A man has been arrested after guards at Lawton Correctional Facility caught him throwing packages over the prison wall. According to witnesses, Demetrius McClendon threw numerous packages of contraband over the wall. GEO employees monitoring the phone systems were well aware of the crime and knew multiple parties were involved. 

  • Transgender Tulsa veteran speaks out about Trump tweet

    Transgender Tulsa veteran speaks out about Trump tweet

    Thursday, July 27 2017 3:24 PM EDT2017-07-27 19:24:02 GMT

    A transgender veteran in Tulsa is speaking out against President Trump's tweet, stating that he plans to ban transgender service members from the military. She says she had served in the Navy for more than 20 years as a man. After retiring in 2009, she says her life changed, though she struggled with her identity while in the military. She says President Trump's recent tweets on transgender service members undermines progress they had made in the past year."To...

    A transgender veteran in Tulsa is speaking out against President Trump's tweet, stating that he plans to ban transgender service members from the military. She says she had served in the Navy for more than 20 years as a man. After retiring in 2009, she says her life changed, though she struggled with her identity while in the military. She says President Trump's recent tweets on transgender service members undermines progress they had made in the past year."To...

  • First Alert Forecast

    First Alert Forecast

    Thursday, July 27 2017 3:22 PM EDT2017-07-27 19:22:52 GMT
    Source KSWOSource KSWO

    Scattered storms, cooler air heading into the weekend...

    Scattered storms, cooler air heading into the weekend...

  • Sonic receives assistance from US Dept of Labor to comply with federal labor laws

    Sonic receives assistance from US Dept of Labor to comply with federal labor laws

    Thursday, July 27 2017 3:21 PM EDT2017-07-27 19:21:15 GMT

    The U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division and Oklahoma City-based franchisor Sonic Industries Services Inc. signed a voluntary agreement to help SONIC’s independently owned and operated franchise locations comply with federal labor laws. The agreement provides a forum and the resources needed to assist in educating SONIC Drive-In...

    The U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division and Oklahoma City-based franchisor Sonic Industries Services Inc. signed a voluntary agreement to help SONIC’s independently owned and operated franchise locations comply with federal labor laws. The agreement provides a forum and the resources needed to assist in educating SONIC Drive-In...

  • Voters in Cement to decide on PSO contract renewal Sept 12th

    Voters in Cement to decide on PSO contract renewal Sept 12th

    Thursday, July 27 2017 2:56 PM EDT2017-07-27 18:56:35 GMT
    (Source KSWO)(Source KSWO)

    On September 12th, there will be a Cement Municipal Special Election. Voters in Cement will decide whether or not to renew a 25-year contractual franchise with Public Service of Oklahoma to continue to deliver electrical services to the area. 

    On September 12th, there will be a Cement Municipal Special Election. Voters in Cement will decide whether or not to renew a 25-year contractual franchise with Public Service of Oklahoma to continue to deliver electrical services to the area. 

  • Family speaks out about Fort Cobb attempted rescue, drowning

    Family speaks out about Fort Cobb attempted rescue, drowning

    Thursday, July 27 2017 2:07 PM EDT2017-07-27 18:07:10 GMT

    We're hearing from the family of an Oklahoma City father and son who drowned over the weekend at Fort Cobb Lake. The man's niece says the single father of four took his kids to the lake over the weekend when one of his sons slipped into deep water. That's when the father went in to help him, and they both disappeared.

    We're hearing from the family of an Oklahoma City father and son who drowned over the weekend at Fort Cobb Lake. The man's niece says the single father of four took his kids to the lake over the weekend when one of his sons slipped into deep water. That's when the father went in to help him, and they both disappeared.

  • New program may release prisoners to relieve overcrowded prisons

    New program may release prisoners to relieve overcrowded prisons

    Thursday, July 27 2017 1:53 PM EDT2017-07-27 17:53:54 GMT
    (Source KSWO)(Source KSWO)

    To address the issue of overcrowded prisons, officials with the Oklahoma Department of Corrections are considering a new program that would release certain inmates. The program is still being developed but would allow a select group of nonviolent inmates to leave state prisons and finish their sentences in community supervised programs. Currently, there are more than 26,000 inmates in the state's prison system. 

    To address the issue of overcrowded prisons, officials with the Oklahoma Department of Corrections are considering a new program that would release certain inmates. The program is still being developed but would allow a select group of nonviolent inmates to leave state prisons and finish their sentences in community supervised programs. Currently, there are more than 26,000 inmates in the state's prison system. 

  • In an effort to rebuild, Moore offers incentives for home buyers

    In an effort to rebuild, Moore offers incentives for home buyers

    Thursday, July 27 2017 1:45 PM EDT2017-07-27 17:45:39 GMT
    (Source City of Moore)(Source City of Moore)

    The City of Moore is offering up to $40,000 to potential home buyers in neighborhoods that have been slow to rebuild following a devastating tornado in 2013. The city, along with the department of Housing and Urban Development is giving out a total of $1-million to potential homeowners in eighteen selected neighborhoods. The money comes as part of a larger, $52-million Community Development Block Grant.

    The City of Moore is offering up to $40,000 to potential home buyers in neighborhoods that have been slow to rebuild following a devastating tornado in 2013. The city, along with the department of Housing and Urban Development is giving out a total of $1-million to potential homeowners in eighteen selected neighborhoods. The money comes as part of a larger, $52-million Community Development Block Grant.

  • OSBI searches for a male suspect with arm injury in Cordell murder case

    OSBI searches for a male suspect with arm injury in Cordell murder case

    Thursday, July 27 2017 1:08 PM EDT2017-07-27 17:08:33 GMT

    A week ago, a home invasion in Cordell left a 36-year-old woman dead and her 14-year-old son injured. The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is now asking for the public’s help identifying the suspect who believed to have sustained a specific injury during the crime. OSBI agents have not identified a suspect but believe that the man they are searching for suffered blunt force trauma to his right forearm during the scuffle.

    A week ago, a home invasion in Cordell left a 36-year-old woman dead and her 14-year-old son injured. The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is now asking for the public’s help identifying the suspect who believed to have sustained a specific injury during the crime. OSBI agents have not identified a suspect but believe that the man they are searching for suffered blunt force trauma to his right forearm during the scuffle.

  • Back to school bash preparations

    Thursday, July 27 2017 12:56 PM EDT2017-07-27 16:56:30 GMT
    Source: KSWOSource: KSWO

    Lawton Parks and Recreation is looking to make sure area children have the school supplies they need as they head back to class. 

    Lawton Parks and Recreation is looking to make sure area children have the school supplies they need as they head back to class. 

  • Lawton seeks officers for Wards 6, 7, and 8

    Lawton seeks officers for Wards 6, 7, and 8

    Thursday, July 27 2017 12:37 PM EDT2017-07-27 16:37:24 GMT
    (Source KSWO)(Source KSWO)

    City of Lawton Wards 6, 7, and 8 are accepting applications for municipal officer candidates beginning July 31st and ending August 2nd at the County Election Board office. The election is scheduled for September 12th. 

    City of Lawton Wards 6, 7, and 8 are accepting applications for municipal officer candidates beginning July 31st and ending August 2nd at the County Election Board office. The election is scheduled for September 12th. 

  • Oklahoma sheriff indicted in inmate's death remains on job

    Oklahoma sheriff indicted in inmate's death remains on job

    Thursday, July 27 2017 11:10 AM EDT2017-07-27 15:10:20 GMT
    Sheriff Jerry NilesSheriff Jerry Niles

    An Oklahoma sheriff who was indicted with five others in the death of an inmate remains on the job, but two other employees have been placed on administrative leave.

    An Oklahoma sheriff who was indicted with five others in the death of an inmate remains on the job, but two other employees have been placed on administrative leave.

  • Lawsuit: Trafficking scheme lured Filipinos to Oklahoma

    Lawsuit: Trafficking scheme lured Filipinos to Oklahoma

    Thursday, July 27 2017 11:09 AM EDT2017-07-27 15:09:23 GMT
    Source RNNSource RNN

    The ACLU and other groups have filed a federal lawsuit alleging that Oklahoma business owners engaged in a human trafficking scheme that lured workers from the Philippines promising good wages, but instead used...

    The ACLU and other groups have filed a federal lawsuit alleging that Oklahoma business owners engaged in a human trafficking scheme that lured workers from the Philippines promising good wages, but instead used them as...

  • Anadarko Police: Councilman tried to bargain way out of DUI arrest

    Anadarko Police: Councilman tried to bargain way out of DUI arrest

    Thursday, July 27 2017 9:00 AM EDT2017-07-27 13:00:24 GMT

    Anadarko police say they captured a city councilman on video trying to bargain his way out of a D-U-I arrest.

    KFOR TV reports that Jeffery Jason, or J.J. Vance was brought in early yesterday morning, following a traffic stop when an officer saw his pickup swerve and run a red light.
    After failing a field sobriety test, Vance was taken to the police station where he was recorded making offers, asking officers to let him go.
     

    Anadarko police say they captured a city councilman on video trying to bargain his way out of a D-U-I arrest.

    KFOR TV reports that Jeffery Jason, or "J.J." Vance was brought in early yesterday morning, following a traffic stop when an officer saw his pickup swerve and run a red light.
    After failing a field sobriety test, Vance was taken to the police station where he was recorded making offers, asking officers to let him go.
     

  • More joining fight against fire near Quartz Mountain

    More joining fight against fire near Quartz Mountain

    Thursday, July 27 2017 8:30 AM EDT2017-07-27 12:30:28 GMT
    Source: KSWOSource: KSWO

    Oklahoma Forestry Services says National Guard aircraft and additional County Wildland Task Forces are joining the fight against a wildfire burning near Quartz Mountain State Park.

    Oklahoma Forestry Services says National Guard aircraft and additional County Wildland Task Forces are joining the fight against a wildfire burning near Quartz Mountain State Park.

  • Church collecting clothes for back-to-school drive

    Church collecting clothes for back-to-school drive

    Wednesday, July 26 2017 11:40 PM EDT2017-07-27 03:40:18 GMT
    (Source: KSWO)(Source: KSWO)

    With less than a month before school starts, First Baptist Church in Walters is collecting clothes for a clothing drive to help families get ready for the upcoming year. 

    With less than a month before school starts, First Baptist Church in Walters is collecting clothes for a clothing drive to help families get ready for the upcoming year. 

  • Gabriel's receives grant from Sarkey's Foundation

    Gabriel's receives grant from Sarkey's Foundation

    Wednesday, July 26 2017 7:30 PM EDT2017-07-26 23:30:45 GMT
    (Source KSWO)(Source KSWO)

    Gabriel's House in Duncan has received a 15,000 dollar grant to help update their technology. Gabriel's House Academy is an after-school enrichment program for 1st through 5th graders in the Duncan Public School District.

    Gabriel's House in Duncan has received a 15,000 dollar grant to help update their technology. Gabriel's House Academy is an after-school enrichment program for 1st through 5th graders in the Duncan Public School District.

  • Nuisance birds a bother for Main Street Duncan

    Nuisance birds a bother for Main Street Duncan

    Wednesday, July 26 2017 6:55 PM EDT2017-07-26 22:55:07 GMT
    [Source KSWO][Source KSWO]

    DUNCAN, OK (KSWO)- Duncan City Council members have answered the call of business owners on Main street who have been complaining about nuisance birds.

    DUNCAN, OK (KSWO)- Duncan City Council members have answered the call of business owners on Main street who have been complaining about nuisance birds.

  • Quartz Mountain Fire burns over 700 acres so far

    Quartz Mountain Fire burns over 700 acres so far

    Wednesday, July 26 2017 6:30 PM EDT2017-07-26 22:30:59 GMT
    (Source KSWO)(Source KSWO)

    More than 700 acres have burned so far after lightning struck Quartz Mountain on Sunday and even with more than 11 fire departments assisting, the fire is only five percent contained.

    More than 700 acres have burned so far after lightning struck Quartz Mountain on Sunday and even with more than 11 fire departments assisting, the fire is only five percent contained.

  • Comanche Co Sheriff seeks info about person of interest in Paint Rd homicide

    Comanche Co Sheriff seeks info about person of interest in Paint Rd homicide

    Wednesday, July 26 2017 6:01 PM EDT2017-07-26 22:01:16 GMT

    The Comanche County Sheriff's Department is asking for the public’s help in locating Darnell McDaniel AKA "Wild Bill". McDaniel has been named a 'person of interest' in the death of Ci'Lina Deloney who's body was found on Northwest Paint Road in Lawton in January. If you know his location or information about him, contact the Comanche County Sheriff’s Department at crimetips@sheriffcomanche.com, (580)353-4282 or on Facebook.

    The Comanche County Sheriff's Department is asking for the public’s help in locating Darnell McDaniel AKA "Wild Bill". McDaniel has been named a 'person of interest' in the death of Ci'Lina Deloney who's body was found on Northwest Paint Road in Lawton in January. If you know his location or information about him, contact the Comanche County Sheriff’s Department at crimetips@sheriffcomanche.com, (580)353-4282 or on Facebook.

  • Trump's tweets spark transgender debate

    Trump's tweets spark transgender debate

    Wednesday, July 26 2017 5:56 PM EDT2017-07-26 21:56:55 GMT
    (Source ABC)(Source ABC)

    A shocking announcement from President Trump Wednesday morning, stating that transgender people will no longer be allowed to serve in the United States military.

    A shocking announcement from President Trump Wednesday morning, stating that transgender people will no longer be allowed to serve in the United States military.

  • PSO announces wind energy investment providing dramatic savings for customers

    PSO announces wind energy investment providing dramatic savings for customers

    Wednesday, July 26 2017 5:30 PM EDT2017-07-26 21:30:41 GMT
    (Source KSWO)(Source KSWO)

    Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO) has announced an unprecedented project, referred to as The Wind Catcher Energy Connection project, that could result in significant cost savings to customers while further diversifying the Company’s energy supply. The project will include the nation’s largest wind energy facility. 

    Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO) has announced an unprecedented project, referred to as The Wind Catcher Energy Connection project, that could result in significant cost savings to customers while further diversifying the Company’s energy supply. The project will include the nation’s largest wind energy facility. 

  • NewLife Church seeks shoe donations for Fiesta at Fuqua back to school celebration

    NewLife Church seeks shoe donations for Fiesta at Fuqua back to school celebration

    Wednesday, July 26 2017 5:16 PM EDT2017-07-26 21:16:05 GMT

    NewLife Church is searching for donations for the Fiesta at Fuqua back to school event. There will be hair cutting stations, the opportunity to have eye and dental exams, pick up school bus passes, free hot dogs and drinks, shoes, and school supplies available at the event. The group hopes to provide school supplies to 1000 students in grades K-12 this year. Last year, they gave new shoes to 400 K-5th grade students. They hope to continue the tradition this year.

    NewLife Church is searching for donations for the Fiesta at Fuqua back to school event. There will be hair cutting stations, the opportunity to have eye and dental exams, pick up school bus passes, free hot dogs and drinks, shoes, and school supplies available at the event. The group hopes to provide school supplies to 1000 students in grades K-12 this year. Last year, they gave new shoes to 400 K-5th grade students. They hope to continue the tradition this year.

  • Former Comanche Nation Employee Charged with Embezzling

    Former Comanche Nation Employee Charged with Embezzling

    Wednesday, July 26 2017 4:51 PM EDT2017-07-26 20:51:53 GMT

    A former Comanche Nation employee has been charged with embezzling funds from the tribe. Julierose Baquera Molina, 38 of Cache, is charges with felony embezzlement. According to an indictment, Molina was employed by the Comanche Nation Tax Commission from October 2014 through March 2016, which funds government operations.  The indictment alleges she took more than $1,000 illegally. 

    A former Comanche Nation employee has been charged with embezzling funds from the tribe. Julierose Baquera Molina, 38 of Cache, is charges with felony embezzlement. According to an indictment, Molina was employed by the Comanche Nation Tax Commission from October 2014 through March 2016, which funds government operations.  The indictment alleges she took more than $1,000 illegally. 

  • Gathering of the Juggalos kicks off in OKC tonight

    Gathering of the Juggalos kicks off in OKC tonight

    Wednesday, July 26 2017 4:39 PM EDT2017-07-26 20:39:39 GMT
    (Source Faygo Luvers).jpg(Source Faygo Luvers).jpg
    OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (KSWO)- We're hearing from residents and officials in Oklahoma City as they prepare for the gathering of Juggalos, which is set to start tonight. It's an event hosted by rap group Insane Clown Posse, and is a gathering of fans. It's been held in other locations in the past, but for the 18th gathering, the band chose Oklahoma City as the destination. The Juggalos, the name given to fans of the group, had been classified in a 2011 report as a quote "loosely-orga...
    OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (KSWO)- We're hearing from residents and officials in Oklahoma City as they prepare for the gathering of Juggalos, which is set to start tonight. It's an event hosted by rap group Insane Clown Posse, and is a gathering of fans. It's been held in other locations in the past, but for the 18th gathering, the band chose Oklahoma City as the destination. The Juggalos, the name given to fans of the group, had been classified in a 2011 report as a quote "loosely-orga...
  • Moore Public Schools considers legal action against Plaza Towers civil engineer

    Moore Public Schools considers legal action against Plaza Towers civil engineer

    Wednesday, July 26 2017 4:24 PM EDT2017-07-26 20:24:37 GMT
    Aerial photo showing the Moore tornado damageAerial photo showing the Moore tornado damage

    Moore Public Schools could soon take legal action against a civil engineer. Yesterday, at a board meeting, the district's lawyers explained why they settled out of court for more than $14,000 to each of the seven families who lost a child after a tornado hit an elementary school in 2013. 

    Moore Public Schools could soon take legal action against a civil engineer. Yesterday, at a board meeting, the district's lawyers explained why they settled out of court for more than $14,000 to each of the seven families who lost a child after a tornado hit an elementary school in 2013. 

  • Many express concern over appeal’s transparency in Holtzclaw case

    Many express concern over appeal’s transparency in Holtzclaw case

    Wednesday, July 26 2017 3:41 PM EDT2017-07-26 19:41:17 GMT
    (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki, Pool). Daniel Holtzclaw cries as the verdicts are read in his trial in Oklahoma City, Thursday, Dec. 10, 2015. Holtzclaw, a former Oklahoma City police officer, was facing dozens of charges alleging he sexually assaulted several ...(AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki, Pool). Daniel Holtzclaw cries as the verdicts are read in his trial in Oklahoma City, Thursday, Dec. 10, 2015. Holtzclaw, a former Oklahoma City police officer, was facing dozens of charges alleging he sexually assaulted several ...

    A lack of transparency in the appeal of former Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw has many people raising questions.  Holtzclaw is currently serving a 263-year prison sentence, convicted of several sex crimes while on patrol. According to records, the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals has filed new motions under seal that appear to be connected to secret hearings held last month. The court transcript from the closed hearing in district cour...

    A lack of transparency in the appeal of former Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw has many people raising questions.  Holtzclaw is currently serving a 263-year prison sentence, convicted of several sex crimes while on patrol. According to records, the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals has filed new motions under seal that appear to be connected to secret hearings held last month. The court transcript from the closed hearing in district cour...

  • Defense attorney says officer 'feels awful' about stun gun death of mentally ill man

    Defense attorney says officer 'feels awful' about stun gun death of mentally ill man

    Wednesday, July 26 2017 2:16 PM EDT2017-07-26 18:16:00 GMT
    (Source KETV)(Source KETV)

    An attorney for one of two Omaha police officers facing assault charges in the stun gun-related death of a mentally ill Oklahoma man says his client "feels awful" about the fatal encounter.

    An attorney for one of two Omaha police officers facing assault charges in the stun gun-related death of a mentally ill Oklahoma man says his client "feels awful" about the fatal encounter.

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