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Fire Impacting Traffic at 77 and Highway 11

Phil Turney reports that a controlled burn north of Ponca City got “out of control” this afternoon and the result has been damage to one structure and one building.  Oklahoma Highway Patrol Officers have also been on site assisting with traffic control.  Click on the player to hear Phil’s report.


Monday Accident

Ponca City police responded to a Monday morning accident at the intersection of 14th and prospect.  At least two cars were involved and police sent five units.  The intersection was closed down for 30 minutes to clean up debris.  We are awaiting any reports of injuries.

Gas Station Explodes… Next to Fireworks Store

Fire Destroys Business

An early morning fire destroyed a long time area business early Saturday November 21st.  Osage Meat Market burned to the ground as investigators are at the scene attempting to find out what happened.  Osage Meat Market was located just across the new river bridge on highway 60 and has served …Read More

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Earthquake Update

Here’s the latest on the early morning earthquake.  The largest quake which measured 4.7 was centered eight miles southwest of Cherokee in Alfalfa county.   That earthquake occured at 1:42 a.m.  The second quake occured  at 3:40 a.m. and measured 3.1 also in Alfalfa county.  At 6:03 a.m. a 3.7 earthquake …Read More

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Did You Feel That? 4.7 Magnitude Quake Rattle Oklahoma

One of the largest earthquakes ever recorded in Oklahoma occurred this morning.  A  4.7 quake woke up residents in northern Oklahoma and southern Kansas and was felt as far away as Tulsa.  The earthquake was centered near Cherokee.  That quake was followed by a 3.9 quake in Grant county.  A …Read More


Come See us! We’re Broadcasting Live!

Join news talk 1230 WBBZ and Sunny 104.7 this friday at The Blue Moon restaurant for our live broadcast.  We’ll be on-site during the long lunch hour from 11a.m. to 1 p.m.  Come on out and bring your appetite!  Then on Saturday, bring the kids out to Woodridge Market for our …Read More