One of the most heinous crimes ever committed in Oklahoma is the subject of a new Netflix documentary called 'Girl In The Picture.' This true crime case contains the real-life events that took place in the 90s and early 2000s which included kidnapping and murder. A tragic tale, but one worth hearing.
CNBC just released their 'America's Top States' report and ranked Oklahoma as the 3rd worst place to live and work in the U.S. Sure the Sooner State isn't perfect and we've got some work to do, but to be listed as the 3rd worst place to live in the country is more than a little insulting.
This has to be one of the most bizarre, crazy, and messed-up murder cases in Oklahoma history! This past weekend the OSBI arrested and charged an Oklahoma man for murdering his friend. So what's so weird about that? He killed him while they were noodling because he thought he was summoning Bigfoot!
What's going on in Lawton, Fort Sill lately? The past couple of weeks has been insane. We'd had more bomb threats, bodies being found, and all kinds of other break-ins and burglaries. So with everything that's going on do you feel safe living in Lawton, Fort Sill? Take the quick poll and let us know your opinion.
Over the past couple of days, several stories have surfaced about Oklahoma malls and stores using A.I. gun detection technologies. People at Penn Square Mall in Oklahoma City, OK. have been approached by mall security and asked if they were armed.
A woman in Charleston, West Virginia is being hailed a hero after she stopped a mass shooting. She was lawfully carrying a firearm and when a gunman appeared and began shooting into a crowd she shot and killed him saving the lives of all those who were present. The only injury or fatality reported was the gunman.
It's said repeatedly, ad nauseam. "What we need is common-sense gun control." So what exactly does this mean? More importantly, would it make an impact and create a safer more secure country and citizenship?