Top 10 Most Viewed Videos On In 2014

Tuesday, December 30th 2014, 4:24 pm
By: News 9

From earthquakes that happened live on the air here at News 9, to a nasty confrontation with a panhandler, you turned to millions of times this year to watch footage.

Here's a look back at what videos YOU watched the most on

10. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius took the hot seat on News 9 with an interview on the ACA. News 9's Stan Miller mentioned many Oklahomans disapprove of Obamacare, prompting this moment that's the tenth most viewed News 9 video of 2014.

9. Oklahoma lawmakers considering preventing ALL types of marriage in our state.

8. Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant accepting the award for league MVP – and giving the glory to everyone else but himself.

7. This was one of the earthquakes Oklahoma now experiences and it played out on live television during News 9 This Morning.

6. In-custody death caught on camera in Moore.  Luis Rodriguez died while he was being arrested and his wife recorded the whole thing.

5. Another moment CAUGHT ON CAMERA shows the crash caused by a texting driver. You watched this dash cam video enough times to make it the number five video on our top 10 list. 

4. Remember the Alabama mom who hurled herself down several rows to confront an OU student at the Sugar Bowl?

3. Refers back to the in-custody death in Moore – only this time it was the second video released of the incident, showing a different angle from the Warren Theater security cameras.

2. The runner-up video was an Oklahoma City panhandler confronted by a Good Samaritan who gave her money, then later saw her driving a new car. She got physical when our cameras confronted her, trying to get her side of the story.

1. The most viewed video on our website this year is actually our LIVE STREAMING feature that allows you to watch breaking news live from any mobile device, tablet or desktop computer.  Download the News 9 app for iPhone or Android here:

Thank you for choosing News 9 and as your source for local news.  See you in 2015.

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