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    A 43-year-old pilot is dead, following a small aircraft crash Friday night in Leflore County. Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports the crash happened around 7:42 p.m., near Arkoma. “A witness who observed the aircraft for approximately 20 to 25 minutes, advised the aircraft began flying in steep banked spiral, entered a fast downward spiral and collided with the ground, resulting in a small explosion,” OHP said.   Richard Biggerstaff was pronounced dead at the scene.  There were no passengers on the aircraft.   A cause for the crash is still under investigation.  
  • Quick facts: Moore police an Amber Alert Saturday. They say Rosa Steffens, one, and her father, Todd Steffens, 26, were last seen in Oklahoma City. Todd Steffens' wife says he frequently suffers from blackouts due to a head injury. Moore police have issued an Amber Alert for a one-year-old child.They say Rosa Steffens was last seen at the 7-11 on North May in Oklahoma City at 7 a.m. Saturday.Steffens is a white female with blond hair, blue eyes and a birthmark on the back of her neck. Police say she was seen wearing an orange shirt and jeans. Police say the child is likely with Todd Steffens, a 26-year-old, 5'8', 200-pound white man with brown hair and hazel-colored eyes, who was last seen in a black shirt, blue jeans and glasses and who has a tattoo of a purple rose with 'Rose Steffens' and 'May 2, 2016' on his hand.He also wears one-inch gauged earrings and an eyebrow ring. He suffers from PTSD as a result of a traumatic brain injury and, according to his wife, suffers frequent blackouts. They are believed to be in a black, 2015 Chrysler Town and Country minivan with Oklahoma plate ACY884. Police say Todd Steffens dropped his wife off at Platt College around 8 a.m. Friday and was set to take their one-year-old daughter to a doctor appointment at the Oklahoma City VA Hospital.VA officials reportedly told police that they never arrived at the hospital.Anyone with information concerning Steffens or the vehicle are urged to call 911 or the Moore Police Department at 405-793-5171. Trending Now on FOX23.com 1-month-old boy dies after parents didn't check on him for at least 6 hours, police say Toddlers trapped after neighbor pulls plug on birthday bounce house Teachers disciplined after giving student 'most likely to become a terrorist' certificate Sextuplets born to couple trying to conceive for 17 years See more trending stories on the FOX23 Facebook page Trending Video American Airlines mechanics to boycott company-sponsored festivities amid contract negotiations
  • The Moore Police Department has issued an Amber Alert for a missing toddler. We’re told 1-year-old Rosa Steffens was last seen at a 7-11 convenience store in Oklahoma City around 7 a.m. Saturday. She has a birthmark on her neck. Police say the suspect is 26-year-old Todd Steffens. He was last seen in a black 2015 Chrysler Town & Country mini van. The van has an Oklahoma tag: ACY884. The suspect has a tattoo on his hand that says: 'ROSA STEFFENS' AND 'MAY 2 2016'  Police say the suspect suffers from PTSD due to a brain injury.
  • Quick facts: Owasso firefighters responded to a structure fire Saturday morning. The fire was near North 97th East Avenue and East 96th Street North. Firefighters were able to put out the small fire in a home there. Officials say they're investigating the fire, which they've ruled as suspicious. They sasy the door was set on fire. No one was injured, but the fire caused around $5,000 in damages. More details on FOX23 News This Morning. Trending Now on FOX23.com 1-month-old boy dies after parents didn't check on him for at least 6 hours, police say Toddlers trapped after neighbor pulls plug on birthday bounce house Teachers disciplined after giving student 'most likely to become a terrorist' certificate Sextuplets born to couple trying to conceive for 17 years See more trending stories on the FOX23 Facebook page Trending Video American Airlines mechanics to boycott company-sponsored festivities amid contract negotiations
  • We have updated information regarding a man getting fatally shot back in November. At the time, Leon Crockett was said to be an intruder. Tulsa police say originally, the female caller claimed she shot Crockett. “The investigation continued and eventually the girlfriend recanted when she was confronted with evidence of her lie,” police said.   On Friday, her boyfriend, Cameron Brown, was arrested in connection with the fatal shooting.  He has been booked on a count of first-degree murder.  
  • Quick Facts: Heavy rain could interrupt festivities at Rocklahoma on Saturday in Pryor. Attendees sleep on site in tents, campers or RVs. Organizers are taking extra precautions to make sure people stay safe. They are prepared to postpone performances if needed and recommend fans shelter in vehicles if the wind and rain is too strong. They said performances will only be canceled in the event of extreme conditions. WATCH FOX23 Cailey Dougherty's full report above. FOX23 Meteorologist Ben Walnick took to Twitter to add his own advice for Rocklahoma attendees. [View the story 'Advice for Rocklahoma Goers' on Storify] Trending Now on FOX23.com 1-month-old boy dies after parents didn't check on him for at least 6 hours, police say Toddlers trapped after neighbor pulls plug on birthday bounce house Teachers disciplined after giving student 'most likely to become a terrorist' certificate Sextuplets born to couple trying to conceive for 17 years See more trending stories on the FOX23 Facebook page Trending Video American Airlines mechanics to boycott company-sponsored festivities amid contract negotiations
  • Four suspects were arrested Friday afternoon in west Tulsa, following an armed robbery of a woman and a standoff. Police report the victim's help led them to a home near 4th and South 54th West Avenue. “She had a good suspect description,” police said.  “She also had a good description of the suspect’s vehicle.” Around three hours later, the suspects were taken into custody without incident.  As of early Saturday morning, their names haven’t been released.   KRMG's told the victim wasn't harmed.
  • What you need to know: Not everyone will see a storm today, but we will see several significant severe storms. Hail larger than baseballs, winds to 80mph and tornadoes are all possible. Pay very close attention to the changing weather conditions late this afternoon and into the night. Time of most concern: 4pm to 2am Area of most concern: Areas from Tulsa and north and east, but there is a risk for everyone. The good news is that much nicer conditions are expected for the holiday weekend.
  • If you're sticking around the Tulsa area this weekend, make sure to stay weather aware. National Weather Service says conditions will turn bumpy later today. “Looks like we could see some storms in the late afternoon and into the evening hours,” NWS said.  “All modes of severe weather look to be possible.” KRMG’s told this could include hail, strong winds and even a tornado.   The high today will be around 90 degrees. KRMG Stormcenter is manned and ready to go if severe weather hits our area.
  • Quick Facts: Officials said inmate Ross Allan Archer escaped the Craig County Jail Friday Archer was on work detail at the time He is believed to be from Jamesport, Missouri Anyone with information is asked to call (918) 256-6466 Trending Now on FOX23.com 1-month-old boy dies after parents didn't check on him for at least 6 hours, police say Toddlers trapped after neighbor pulls plug on birthday bounce house Teachers disciplined after giving student 'most likely to become a terrorist' certificate Sextuplets born to couple trying to conceive for 17 years See more trending stories on the FOX23 Facebook page Trending Video American Airlines mechanics to boycott company-sponsored festivities amid contract negotiations