Teacher arrested for allegedly exposing herself to class during cartwheel

PAWHUSKA, Okla. - Oklahoma authorities arrested a substitute teacher after she allegedly exposed herself to a high school choir class.On Tuesday, the Pawhuska Police Department announced the arrest of 34-year-old Lacey Sponsler, who was booked on one complaint of indecent exposure after a Snapchat video from the class was shared online.Investigators say Sponsler performed a cartwheel in front of a Pawhuska High School choir class without any underwear on under her skirt.Police told KJRH that Sponsler told the students that she wasn't wearing any underwear before doing the cartwheel.Officials say she also told the students to destroy the video.According to KOTV, court records show that in 2008 Sponsler received a deferred sentence after pleading guilty to public intoxication, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a university.A court clerk said the felony charges still appear on her record, and it's not clear if school officials – who declined to comment – knew about them when she began working there, KOTV reported.Pawhuska schools released a statement saying that the district takes the safety of its students seriously and that Sponsler is no longer allowed to work at the school.

USGS: 4.3 magnitude earthquake hits northern Oklahoma

MEDFORD, Okla. — No injuries or damage were reported after a 4.3 magnitude earthquake struck northern Oklahoma on Friday morning.The U.S. Geological Survey says the quake's epicenter was near Medford, or about 95 miles north of Oklahoma City.

Video shows Oklahoma officer saving woman’s life after heart attack

BLANCHARD, Okla. - A roadside rescue was caught on camera in Blanchard, Oklahoma early Monday morning.Tina Costello started having severe chest pains, and her husband and daughter attempted to rush her to the hospital, according to KFOR.Their high speed caught an officer’s attention, and he pulled them over.Before Blanchard police officer Jordan Jones even came to a stop, the driver, Jeff Litty, jumped out.On dashcam video, you can hear Litty saying "My wife's having a heart attack.""I immediately call for first responders," Jones said.He hurried to the truck to find the woman unresponsive."I was just in panic.

Search still on for five-year-old girl who vanished after tornado 69 years ago

WOODWARD, Oklahoma -- The deadliest tornado to ever hit the state of Oklahoma was 69 years ago, in April of 1947.That's when a monster from the sky roared through Woodward, Oklahoma, leaving 185 dead, more than 1,000 injured, hundreds of homes and businesses destroyed and one bizarre mystery to this day that has even the most seasoned investigators baffled.It’s the vanishing of five-year-old Joan Gay Croft of Woodward.Her cousin, Marvella Parks, was 14 that night and remembers how terrifying the killer twister was when it descended on the unsuspecting town."I was really, really scared," Marvella said. "I was crying.

12-year-old boy allegedly sexually assaulted by older students on bus headed home from wrestling tournament

NORMAN, Oklahoma -- An Oklahoma high school wrestling coach has been terminated, and several students have been suspended after reports of an "extremely disturbing" incident involving the Norman North High School JV wrestling team.According to KFOR, the alleged incident happened on the bus -- as the JV team was heading home from a tournament.Sources tell KFOR the incident involved a 12-year-old boy who was allegedly sexually assaulted by several older students while on the bus.Police were contacted by school district officials, and an investigation is underway by both police and district officials.School district officials tell KFOR two students were suspended, and more are being suspended as the investigation continues.Norman Public Schools officials said in a press release obtained by KFOR: “An adjunct coach who was responsible for supervising students on the bus was immediately dismissed.

"I didn’t think they would stop:" Good Samaritan speaks out after teens post video of fight to Facebook

DEL CITY, Oklahoma -- Police in Oklahoma are looking for the teens involved in a fight that went viral on Facebook this weekend.A young woman pushing a baby in stroller down a city street was attacked.When another mother stopped to help, she ended up getting attacked as well.It happened Sunday morning, December 6th -- near 44th and Bryant in Del City, Oklahoma.Video of the attack was shared more than 50,000 times before being removed from Facebook.The video shows a group approaching a young woman pushing a baby in a stroller.

Exotic animals 'on the loose' after Tiger Safari near Oklahoma City hit by tornado

TUTTLE, Okla. (WITI) — An exotic zoological park in Oklahoma was hit by a tornado on Wednesday and the owners confirmed some of the exotic animals are "on the loose," according to KFOR.The wildlife park houses leopards, lions, alligators, tigers and other exotic animals.Residents who live near the park have been asked to stay inside.An update came in from the Grady County Sheriff's Office just before 10:30 p.m. 

USPS driver throws packages on porch, runs lap around truck, speeds off

OKLAHOMA CITY -- In the latest case of mail abuse, an Oklahoma man caught a US Postal Service worker throwing packages onto his porch, running a lap around the mail truck and speeding off.Pedro Gonzales of Oklahoma City posted this video on YouTube with a warning and explanation.

Tornado forms on live TV during Oklahoma station’s storm coverage

MOORE, Okla. -- KFOR Chief Meteorologist Mike Morgan and helicopter pilot Jon Welsh were on the air as a tornado formed and touched down in Moore, Oklahoma on Wednesday.Moments after Morgan pointed to what he called a "gustnado" of debris,  rotating winds from the storm started to cause electrical explosions and other destruction on screen.The tornado destroyed homes, flipped semis on their sides and tore the roof off an elementary school.