Okla. Father Asks For Maximum Punishment For Suspects In Son's Murder After Learning Death Penalty Off The TableIn late June 2019, 24-year-old Sawyer English was murdered in his own home. He was found shot in the back three times, and the gunfire appeared to come through a window on the side of the house.
Free To Live Animal Sanctuary Hosting "Mutts & Meows" Auction Oct. 25Free to Live is the largest no-kill nonprofit animal sanctuary in Oklahoma and to celebrate its 35th year of operation they will be hosting a Benefit Auction fundraiser on Friday, Oct. 25. Find auction information at freetoliveok.org/auction.
Man Arrested In Oklahoma County Building For 2018 Warrant, Opinions VaryDocuments show the Oklahoma County Sheriff had a warrant for Ray Adam Modisette's arrest since summer 2018, for carrying a weapon illegally. Thursday, October 17 Modisette entered a county building downtown and was arrested on that warrant.
All-Female Spacewalk Marks A New Milestone For NASA
Astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir carried out history's first all-female spacewalk Friday, floating outside the International Space Station and successfully installing a 230-pound replacement battery charger in the lab's solar power system.
WATCH: Jane Fonda Arrested During Climate Change Protest
Being arrested at age 81 poses its own, new challenges, Fonda told The Associated Press in an interview, a couple of hours ahead of the second in what Fonda says will be her weekly Friday arrests to advocate for urgent action to slow climate change.
Fighting In Syria Persists Despite Ceasefire, Turkish Fighters Accused Of Using White Phosphorus
As the deal Vice President Mike Pence announced with Turkey to stop attacks on Kurdish forces in northern Syria came under criticism Friday, fighting continued in the region. Video showed gunfire and shelling in a Syrian city along the Turkish border.
9 Investigates: Virtual Charter Schools Become Stronghold In Oklahoma Education, Receive Millions In Funding
Zero to 29,000 in under ten years. That describes the astounding increase in enrollment at Epic Charter Schools since it first went online for the 2011-2012 school year, and is one reason the school district has received so much attention, both positive and negative.
Push For Okla. Death Row Inmate's Clemency Gaining National Attention After Docuseries, Kim Kardashian-West Tweets
In a series of tweets Wednesday, Kim K called on the governor and the Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board, asking them to commute Jones' death sentence. His supporters say they are elated to have the star bring awareness to the case.
Woman Sentenced To 7 Years For Horrific Hit-And-Run In Cleveland CountyMisti Miller will serve seven years in prison and 10 years of probation, after hitting a victim near Little Axe in 2018. The judge also ordered Miller to spend one day a year in jail when she’s released on probation, as a reminder of what she did.
Oklahoma Republican Chair Responds To Financial Problems Within Party
Wednesday, News 9 told you about the financial problems at the state Republican Party: How the party couldn’t even pay its own bills. After the story aired, Republican Party Chairman David McLain released a statement saying, “As of today, I have documentation showing we have in excess of $20,000 in our account.”
DRAMATIC VIDEO: Utah Trooper Saves Man Seconds Before Oncoming Train Smashes Vehicle
INCREDIBLE RESCUE: Dashcam video shows Utah Highway Patrol Trooper Ruben Correa pulling over and running up to a car on train tracks early Wednesday morning. Trooper Correa said he pulled the unconscious driver out seconds before a train hit the car. Utah Highway Patrol says the driver and trooper are safe.
A Clinic Treated A Fatigued 41-Year-Old With Testosterone; A Month Later He Had A Stroke
Two years ago, federal corrections officer Emmitt Landry was taken to a Houston hospital after having a stroke at age 41. About a month earlier, Landry had been feeling fatigued when coworkers told him about a clinic that could treat him with hormones.
Protesters Burn, Trample LeBron James Jerseys In Hong Kong
Hong Kong protesters on Tuesday trampled LeBron James jerseys and gathered in a semicircle to watch one burn. James' standing among basketball fans in Hong Kong took a hit over his recent comments suggesting that free speech can have negative consequences.