• 94-year-old veteran dies after cross-country trip with to see family

    GLENDALE, Ariz. (KNXV) – Glendale police say a WWII veteran who was escorted to see his family in Florida by a sergeant has died.
    Glendale police say a WWII veteran who was escorted to see his family in Florida by a sergeant has died. Earlier this month, ABC15 reported on 94-year-old Howard Benson, a Glendale resident who wanted to drive himself to Florida, all by himself, to be closer to family.
    Earlier this month, ABC15 reported on 94-year-old Howard Benson, a Glendale resident who wante
  • 94-year-old veteran dies after cross-country trip to see family

    GLENDALE, Ariz. (KNXV) – Glendale police say a WWII veteran who was escorted to see his family in Florida by a sergeant has died.
    Glendale police say a WWII veteran who was escorted to see his family in Florida by a sergeant has died. Earlier this month, ABC15 reported on 94-year-old Howard Benson, a Glendale resident who wanted to drive himself to Florida, all by himself, to be closer to family.
    Earlier this month, ABC15 reported on 94-year-old Howard Benson, a Glendale resident who wante
  • Trial begins for man accused of killing Tecumseh officer; DA seeking death penalty

    POTTAWATOMIE COUNTY, Okla. (KFOR) - The capital murder trial for a man accused of killing a Tecumseh police officer is underway in Pottawatomie County.
    Byron Shepard declined to answer questions, remaining silent as he was led handcuffed into the courtroom Wednesday morning.
    Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty.
    He’s accused of killing 22-year-old Justin Terney in March 2017.
    Terney was a rookie officer working for the Tecumseh Police Department for just over six months.
    In opening s
  • Hundreds line up at Native American casting call for star-studded movie

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - A casting call was held today in Oklahoma City for the movie Killers of the Flower Moon, directed by Martin Scorcese and starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro.
    "That's kind of what caught my eye. I was like, 'oh my goodness,'" Danya Pigeon said.
    "I want to see Scorcese. I want to meet him. I think he'd be cool," Curtis Tonemah said.
    People lined up well before the casting call started, and it eventually wrapped around the back of the building.
    Producers are l
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  • United Voice: Community leaders turning to prayer to address issues

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - News 4 continues to follow the United Voice movement as local community leaders come together to encourage an honest and healthy dialogue about race relations in Oklahoma.
    Those leaders looked to the power of prayer on Wednesday.
    More than 250 people packed a 'United to Make a Difference' luncheon in downtown Oklahoma City to learn about AmericaPrays.org, a movement of churches across the nation, even around the world.
    Organizers hope through prayer our state can conquer
  • OKCPD search for 3 people in connection to robbery, hostage situation

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - Oklahoma City Police Department officers are searching for three people after a man says he was held hostage in his own home while the suspects stole his money and belongings.
    “I just want to report that my house was broken into and I was held hostage,” said a 911 caller.
    Terrifying moments for one metro man who called 911 after he says he was held hostage in his own home.
    “He’s definitely shaken up. He wants to move from the area. He’s scare
  • El Reno family devastated after dog shot by police

    EL RENO, Okla. (KFOR) - An El Reno woman is left begging for answers after her dog was shot and killed in her own front yard.
    “Ducky doesn’t deserve this, at all.” “It should have been handled differently,” said A.Z. and Andrea Zuniga, who live across the street.
    Ducky was a 5-year-old rottweiler that had been a member of her owner’s family since she was just a puppy. That is, until tragedy struck on Tuesday afternoon.
    “He said, ‘Yes, we shot your
  • Impeachment hearing testimony further connects President to Ukraine pressure

    WASHINGTON (CNN) — The top US diplomat in Ukraine told Congress Wednesday of a previously unknown conversation President Donald Trump had the day after his phone call with the Ukrainian President, in which Trump asked the US ambassador to the European Union about Ukraine opening investigations that would help him politically.
    A Democratic aide said Taylor and Kent were paired together because they were able to provide the “full timeline” of the President’s actions in Ukra
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  • Officials: Inbound traffic lanes will be narrowed to Will Rogers World Airport

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – If you are planning a trip for the holidays, airport officials warn that an ongoing construction project could cause an issue for some travelers.
    Since October, officials at Will Rogers World Airport have been dealing with a major construction project, which has caused some traffic delays.
    “We’re going to see some backups, we’re going to have some detours,” said Will Rogers World Airport spokesperson Karen Carney.Beginning on Nov. 14, the
  • New study: Oklahoma City’s metro has more tree cover than any time in its history

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) -- They're here on business.
    Urban foresters Mark Bays and Riley Coy walk the paths at Will Rogers Park in search of a couple of big elms they heard about.
    "First, you have to go up and hug the tree," smiles Bays, the Oklahoma Urban Forestry Coordinator.
    Together, they measure diameter, crown spread, and height. Their efforts provide a tiny sliver of a new and much larger picture.
    "You can imagine all the trees and whatever size they are," Bays says.
    The Oklahoma Forestry S
  • Variety Care Names Dr. John H. Stuemky as 2019 Bertha Levy Memorial Award Recipient

    November 13, 2019, Oklahoma City, OK – John H. Stuemky, MD, was recently honored for his lifetime contributions to children, education, and quality in medicine. Variety Care Foundation Board Chair Leigh Ann Albers and members of the selection committee presented Stuemky with the Bertha Levy Memorial Award for Service during the 13th Annual Variety Care Diamond Donor Appreciation Reception.
    “The Bertha Levy award acknowledges extraordinary individuals making a difference in Oklahoma c
  • This Arctic blast is shattering hundreds of records and causing deadly road conditions. And it’s not over

    OKLAHOMA CITY (CNN) — We’re still 38 days from the official start of winter, but Mother Nature doesn’t care.
    **Embargo: Detroit, MI**
    Winter weather affects drivers in Michigan.
    Hundreds of million of people were grappling with bone-chilling weather Wednesday as an Arctic blast grips the eastern two-thirds of the US.
    “Freeze warnings continue into the Deep South, with freezing temperatures in Florida this morning,” CNN meteorologist Dave Hennen said.
    The widespread
  • Spacious new commercial jet to be shown off at Will Rogers World Airport

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – A first-of-its-kind commercial jet with a roomier interior will be showcased at Will Rogers World Airport.United Airlines will show off its new Bombardier CRJ-550. The jet is described in a United news release as “the world’s only 50-seat regional aircraft to offer true first-class seating and other premium features throughout the entire plane.”
    United will be giving media members tours of the new jet on Tuesday, Nov. 19.
    The jet has the following f
  • The morning before his family’s Disney vacation, a firefighter died saving his comrades from a house fire

    (CNN) — Just hours before a planned family vacation to Disney World, a veteran firefighter was killed early Wednesday when his ladder crew got trapped while searching for residents in a four-alarm fire, authorities in Worcester, Massachusetts, said.
    Lt. Jason Menard, 39, was among the firefighters who responded to calls of a fire on the second floor of a multifamily home, with a baby possibly trapped on the third floor, his department said in a statement.
    “Lt. Menard heroically
  • OSSAA Announces State Championship Games at UCO

    The Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activities Association announced Wednesday all seven classes of 11-man football state high school championship games will be played at Wantland Stadium at the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond.
    The games will be played on three days over the course of two weekends.
    The format will be used for one year and then re-evaluated after this season.
    Every class except Class B and Class C will play at UCO.
    Those two classes play 8-man football.
    Here is the schedule
  • Family of man who died in custody awarded $10.2 million settlement

    TULSA, Okla. (AP/KOKI) – Officials have agreed to settle a lawsuit over the death of a 37-year-old man, who died in 2011 after lying naked in a Tulsa County jail cell for five days with a broken neck.
    He was arrested on a misdemeanor obstruction complaint but died before formal charges were filed.
    Documents filed in federal court in Tulsa last week say the estate of Elliott Williams and Tulsa County have 20 days to file the agreement.
    According to KOKI, the family of Elliott Williams was
  • Perry Public Schools groundbreaking to be significant step in long-term vision

    PERRY, Okla. (KFOR) – Perry Public Schools will celebrate American Education Week by breaking ground on a new junior high school and a new athletic center.“They are going to be two distinct projects,” said Dr. Terry McCarty, Perry Public Schools superintendent. “They will happen to go together, but they will be two distinct projects that go under one roof, and that will play into the long-term vision of the future.”
    American Education Week runs from Nov. 18-22, and
  • The Oklahoma City’s Metro area has more tree cover than any time in its history according to a new study.

    OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA — They’re here on business.
    Urban foresters Mark Bays and Riley Coy walk the paths at Will Rogers Park in search of a couple of big elms they heard about.
    “First you have to go up and hug the tree,” smiles Bays, the Oklahoma Urban Forestry Coordinator.
    Together, they measure diameter, crown spread, and height.
    But their efforts provide a tiny sliver of a new and much larger picture.
    “You can imagine all the trees and whatever size they are,&r
  • OSBI agents seeking answers to Oklahoma couple’s 2008 double murder

    WELCH, Okla. (KFOR) – More than 10 years after a couple was found murdered in their home, agents say they are still searching for clues.
    Officials with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation are working to solve a case that has haunted a small town for a decade.
    Residents in Welch knew something was wrong when William and Leota Huls didn’t show up for church on Nov. 10, 2008.
    William and Leota Huls
    After someone went to check on them, a gruesome discovery was made.
    Investigators
  • Oklahoma prosecutors voice concerns over proposed state question

    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – Oklahoma’s district attorneys are raising concerns about a proposed new ballot measure aimed at further reducing the state’s prison population.
    A group of business, political and religious leaders filed the constitutional ballot initiative on Tuesday.
    The proposal would prohibit prosecutors from using previous felony convictions to enhance sentences in nonviolent cases. It would also allow people who already had such sentence enhancements to petition the co
  • 9 students have died at USC this semester, including 3 since Friday

    (CNN) - Nine University of Southern California students have died since the start of the semester, the school said Tuesday -- an unusually high rate that moved university officials to send students a letter about the issue over the weekend.
    Three of the nine deaths have been announced since Friday. No foul play is suspected in any of the cases, and suicide is suspected in at least three, school officials have said.
    USC President Carol Folt and three other officials sent a letter to students Sat
  • Oklahoma community prepares for return of murdered police chief’s body

    STROUD, Okla. (KFOR/KJRH) – An Oklahoma police chief who was allegedly murdered by a colleague is coming back home.
    For the last 12 years, Lucky Miller made the drive to Mannford to serve as the city’s police chief.
    “He is a young man that will be deeply missed by our community and by myself personally because I considered him a friend,” said Joe Van Tuyl, the Superintendent of Stroud Public Schools told News 4.
    According to the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office, Man
  • Narwhal the ‘unicorn puppy’ is happy and healthy, shelter says

    JACKSON, Mo. (KTVI) – A puppy saved by a Missouri dog rescue organization is going viral over the extra tail he has on his face.
    Mac’s Mission specializes in helping homeless dogs have a birth defect, are injured or abused. They posted this update about Narwhal the puppy to their Facebook page today:
    “The million dollar question about Narwhals extra tail on his face. Is it connected and does it wag? The extra tail is not connected to anything and has no real use other than mak
  • OKCFD works to extinguish industrial fire near I-40

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – The Oklahoma City Fire Department is working to extinguish an industrial fire on the city’s eastside.
    Crews were called to the scene near I-40 and MLK Blvd. that started as a small trash fire.
    The blaze expanded to several pallets of irrigation tubing.
    Residents in the path of the smoke plume are asked to stay indoors.
    TAC 9 | Commercial Fire | 201 N. Wisconsin Ave. | Firefighters are on scene of a large fire involving rolls of irrigation tubing.This fire is pu
  • Driver connected to deadly crash in Oklahoma City facing charges

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – A driver connected to a horrific crash in northwest Oklahoma City is now facing charges for the accident.
    On Nov. 1, emergency crews rushed to the scene of a multi-vehicle accident near N.W. 63rd St. and May Ave.
    Witnesses told News 4 the driver of a dark blue Dodge Charger was going south on May when he ran a red light, hitting a silver car. The impact knocked the silver car down the street for more than a block.
    “My light had turned green and his light was ob
  • Purcell city officials investigating personnel matter after someone allegedly discharged weapon inside police department

    PURCELL, Okla. (KFOR) – Purcell city officials confirm they are looking into a personnel matter regarding an alleged discharged weapon inside the police department.
    According to the Purcell Register, there was an incident inside the police department involving the discharging of a weapon, possibly involving an officer.
    When News 4 called the city manager, Dale Bunn, about the matter, he said it is a personnel matter and it is being looked into.
    When asked if he could confirm if a weapon wa
  • Stillwater police investigating shooting that damaged homes

    STILLWATER, Okla. (KFOR) – Authorities in Stillwater are investigating a reported shooting that damaged two houses in the city.
    Around 9:30 p.m. on Nov. 12, officers with the Stillwater Police Department were called to the 2300 block of W. Admiral Ave. to investigate a report of gunshots in the area.
    When police arrived, officers found several bullet casings in the roadway.
    Investigators say they also found damage to two houses that had been hit by bullets. Fortunately, none of the occupan
  • ‘Days of Our Lives’ to air on Thursday morning

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Due to continuing coverage of the public impeachment inquiry hearing, NBC has rescheduled Wednesday’s episode of ‘Days of Our Lives.’
    ‘Days of Our Lives’ will air at 2:30 a.m. on Thursday.
  • Teen charged as an adult in Sunday morning deadly shooting

    STILLWATER, Okla. (KFOR) – Officials in Stillwater have charged a 17-year-old as an adult after shooting and killing a man at a residence early Sunday morning.
    Coryon Maryell Leray Thomas is charged with Murder in the First Degree for the shooting death of 26-year-old Mandrale Alexander Henry.
    Stillwater PD responded around 4 a.m. to a reported assault with a deadly weapon call in the 4100 block of W. Westbrook.
    The 911 caller told dispatch her stepson had just shot her boyfriend.
    Tho
  • State Senator files bill to create tax credit for taking gun safety courses

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Sen. Nathan Dahm (R-Broken Arrow) filed legislation Wednesday to create an income tax credit for Oklahoma citizens who successfully complete the gun safety training course required to get a concealed carry permit.
    “Since Constitutional Carry has gone into effect, many people have expressed concerns about no longer forcing people to undergo government-mandated training in order to exercise their rights. Even though we haven’t had any major incidents, I enc
  • Formerly homeless Deer Creek man helping others find success

    DEER CREEK, Okla. (KFOR) – Shaun Pryor knows what it’s like to be down on your luck – and the importance of helping those who are.
    Now he’s making it his mission to help others in the same situation he once was.
    It all started when he asked friends if they’d like to help with a program called “Gents in Jackets” at his son’s school, Frontier Elementary in Edmond.
    In the program, teachers and community members educate kids on etiquette.
    Many of Pryor
  • Thieves steal, destroy paralyzed student’s wheelchair-accessible truck

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A University of Missouri-Kansas City student is looking for help after his wheelchair-accessible truck was stolen.
    The truck was found, but only after the expensive modifications that allow him to drive it were trashed.
    “I’m still just kind of shaken-up," second-year business student Ryan Kempker told WDAF. "It doesn’t seem like this is really happening. I don’t see why anyone would target something like that. It’s really no use to most people."
  • KFOR Children’s Programming Changes

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR)- There will be changes to the on-air Children’s Programming Schedule:
    Saturday, November 23, Due to NBC Soccer, The Champion Within, will be seen on KFOR at 7:30 a.m.
    Saturday, November 30, Due to NBC Soccer, The Champion Within, will be seen on KFOR at 7:30 a.m.
    Saturday, December 7, Due to NBC Golf, Vets Saving Pets, will not be seen on KFOR at 7:30 a.m. and, The Champion Within, will be seen at that time.
    Saturday, December 14, Due to NBC Soccer, The Champion Within
  • Charles H. “Bud” Mathis, co-founder of Mathis Brothers Furniture, dies

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Charles H. “Bud” Mathis, co-founder and younger brother of the original Mathis Brothers Funiture duo, died on Monday after a lengthy illness. He was 86.
    Bud Mathis was born in October 1933 to Homer and Ima Mathis. He was the youngest of the Mathis boys that included Wayne, Ray, and Don.
    Bud served in the US Army from 1953-1955.
    In 1960, the Mathis brothers, Don and Bud began to build their business, Mathis Brothers Furniture.
    Bud was only 33 years old whe
  • LifeShare WinterFest, snow tubing return to Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark Nov. 29

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Following a one-year hiatus, one of Oklahoma City’s biggest holiday traditions is returning to Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark Friday, Nov. 29.
    Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark was unable to host LifeShare WinterFest and snow tubing in 2018 due to a complete field renovation.
    The event will be open on weekends only Nov. 29-Dec. 8, then open daily Dec. 21-Jan. 4, with the exception of Christmas Day.
    The opening of this holiday happening will coincide with the annual Ok
  • Sound Check: KALO making a mark in Oklahoma

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – KALO is a three-piece group touring around the country and now calling Oklahoma home!
    Leader singer Bat-Or is from Israel and moved to the state to go to school at Oklahoma City University.
    Each member of the band is professionally trained.
    They came by the KFOR studios to talk about and play live music from the 2017 album Wild Change.
    Check them out here.
     
  • The legal and financial impact of turning 18

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – When a child turns 18, parents can be surprised when they are unable to help their child in a medical or legal emergency.
    Attorney Bryon Will stopped by News 4 to talk about major changes teens and parents may face.Here are some items parents will no longer have access to:Legal information
    Medical information
    Banking records and insurance
    College school recordsLegal steps families can take to address the issues:Durable power of attorney
    Medical power of attorney
    HIPA
  • Oklahoma City VA to host blood drive

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – The Oklahoma City Veterans Affairs Health Care System is set to hold a blood drive this week.
    On Thursday, Nov. 14, you can give blood at the OKC VA Medical Center, 921 NE 13th St, in the gymnasium in the health wing on the ground floor – north entrance.
    The event is open to the public from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m.When you donate, you can get your choice of a Bedlam t-shirt.
    Walk-ins are welcome or you can make an appointment here.
  • Police looking for man who allegedly robbed woman at gunpoint

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Oklahoma City police are looking for a man accused of robbing a woman at gunpoint and using her credit card.
    Officials were called to a home near SW 25th and Penn on Oct. 22 for an armed robbery report.
    According to a police report, a woman said she got into her car to leave for work, but had to go back and lock her front door.
    As she got out of her vehicle, she saw a man walking to the front of her house.
    The victim said the man was covering his head with a white t-
  • Treasure hunters salvaged liquor from a 102-year-old WWI shipwreck, but haven’t tasted a drop

    (CNN) – A group of underwater treasure hunters has salvaged hundreds of bottles of rare cognac and liqueur from a ship that was sunk by a German U-boat during World War I.
    Divers and unmanned underwater vehicles from Ocean X Team and iXplorer worked around the clock for a week last month to haul up case after case of booze from the Swedish steamer SS Kyros, which has been sitting in about 250 feet of water (77 meters) in the Baltic Sea.
    They recovered 600 bottles of De Haartman & Co.
  • Norman residents approve sales tax for public transit system

    NORMAN, Okla. (KFOR/Norman Transcript) – Voters in Norman headed to the polls and approved a sales tax to cover the city’s public transit system.
    Earlier this year, the University of Oklahoma transferred operations of the CART bus system to the City of Norman. City leaders quickly approved a contract with EMBARK to
    “Great cities provide quality public transit options for their residents. While this change was unexpected, we were successful in maintaining service throughout the
  • Mystery surrounds vintage ring found in antique dresser

    ARVADA, Colo. (KDVR) - A Colorado woman hopes someone can help her find the owner of a unique ring.
    Joyce Persson found the old ring hidden inside a piece of antique furniture she purchased in the early 2000s. She bought the dresser from Upscale Resale, a now-closed store in Arvada, Colorado.
    She found the ring inside one of the drawers.
    "When I took the drawer out to clean and as I was wiping it down, the ring fell out. I immediately began to wonder, 'How old is this ring? Where did it co
  • 19-year-old arrested in connection to Lawton homicide

    LAWTON, Okla. (KFOR) – Officials say that a 19-year-old man has been taken into custody following a deadly shooting in Lawton.
    Around 2 a.m. on Oct. 6, officers with the Lawton Police Department were called to a reported shooting in the 1700 block of N.W. Cache Rd.
    When investigators arrived, they found a victim suffering from a gunshot wound.  Sadly, the victim died from their injuries.
    A month after the crime, authorities say 19-year-old Jamar Jackson was arrested in connection to t
  • Oklahoma City dispensary targeted by thieves second time in matter of weeks

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – An Oklahoma City dispensary has been hit by thieves twice in a matter of weeks.
    Oak Leaf Fine Cannabis Co., located near N.W. 59th and May, is the latest dispensary to be targeted by thieves.
    Last month, more than a dozen cameras at the dispensary captured two crooks in action as they threw a rock through the window.
    “I think because this is a new industry and a thriving industry right now and with the holiday time, the burglary and vandalism is going to go up
  • Venice experiencing worst flooding in more than 50 years, calling for state of emergency

    VENICE, Italy (CNN) – An elderly man has died in the worst floods to hit Venice in more than 50 years, as local authorities in the Italian lagoon city called for a state of emergency to be imposed.
    The unnamed man was killed on Tuesday night while he was trying to run electric pumps at his home on the island of Pellestrina, Alessandro Bertasi, spokesman for Venice’s mayor, told CNN.
    The popular tourist destination was struck by an exceptionally high tide on Tuesday night, which
  • A mutinous cat was put in ‘solitary confinement’ for freeing other cats from a shelter. Now he’s a star

    (CNN) – Quilty the cat, welcome to the resistance.
    This wily 6-year-old rescue cat has become the newest darling of the internet thanks to his mutinous attempts to free himself and the rest of his cat brethren from the cushy confines of the Friends for Life Animal Shelter in Houston, Texas.
    A set of very angry photos of Quilty serving time for his crimes have caught fire online, an important reminder that cats are lawless creatures who can and will betray us the moment they feel it necessa
  • Two people in China being treated for the plague

    (CNN) – Two people in China are being treated for plague, authorities said Tuesday. It’s the second time the disease, the same one that caused the Black Death, one of the deadliest pandemics in human history, has been detected in the region.
    In May, a Mongolian couple died from bubonic plague after eating the raw kidney of a marmot, a local folk health remedy.
    The two recent patients, from the Chinese province of Inner Mongolia, were diagnosed with pneumonic plague by doctors in the
  • Veteran homelessness declines in Oklahoma, report says

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Veteran homelessness continued to decline across the US this year, including in Oklahoma, according to the US Housing and Urban Development.
    According to HUD’s Annual Homeless Assessment Report, the total number of reported veterans experiencing homelessness in 2019 decreased 2.1 percent, with 793 more veterans now having a roof over their heads.
    In Oklahoma, veteran homelessness declined by 10.5 percent in 2019, with an overall decline of 40.9 percent since 20
  • Citizens have chance to weigh in on plans for Oklahoma County Jail

    OKLAHOMA COUNTY, Okla. (KFOR) – The public will now have a chance to weigh in on plans for the Oklahoma County Jail.
    The battle over the jail is currently drenched in controversy after the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office says it plans to leave the facility early next year.
    Last month, Oklahoma County Sheriff PD Taylor sent a letter to the Oklahoma County Jail Trust that said on Jan. 1, he intends to turn over full operation of the jail to it.
    “Take over the jail. Do it. Take t
  • Watch Live: Impeachment hearings go public with first witnesses

    Americans who haven’t had time to “read the transcript” as encouraged by President Donald Trump can start tuning in to hear first-hand from witnesses in the House impeachment inquiry.
    The first public hearing begins Wednesday morning with a seasoned U.S. diplomat, William Taylor, who has told House investigators that the administration withheld aid to Ukraine over political investigations.
    Trump contends the transcript of his call with Ukraine’s president was “perf

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