As the first-degree murder trial of a Mustang woman moves into its second week, interest has spread far beyond Canadian County.
Producers with CBS’ "48 Hours" followed the preliminary trial of Rebecca Bryan, accused of the September 2011 shooting death of her husband, Nichols Hills Fire Chief Keith Bryan. Since Rebecca Bryan’s trial began May 6, those involved with the show have been in the courtroom, documenting a story that could air in several months, they said.
The true crime program has been broadcast on CBS since 1988. It airs at 9 p.m. Saturdays.
The Mustang school board is hiring coaches tonight -- Jeremy Dombeck from Edmond North for football, Kevin Korstjens of Bridge Creek and Edmond North for girls basketball, and Yukon's Taryn Steele in volleyball. Dombeck will meet his team Tuesday morning.
Emergency medical technician Micheal Ward and paramedic James McClung (pictured) both testified Thursday morning. (Photo by Glen Miller)