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Families of Oklahoma murder victims say justice may be closer

At her murdered parents' graves, Debra Wyatt made a solemn promise to see their killer executed. She has been waiting 16...

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Community gathers at rally to support State Question 805

For Oklahoma Christian University students Elise Miller and Trinity Carpenter, community involvement is a top priority. That’s...

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State legislators look to legalize needle exchanges in Oklahoma

A bipartisan group of state legislators have proposed legalizing needle exchanges in Oklahoma. Legislators in Oklahoma’s House...

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Oklahoma directory connects LGBTQ couples to supportive wedding vendors

A new directory aims to eliminate the hassle many LGBTQ Oklahomans experience when finding local wedding vendors. From...

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Review: Oklahoma City Ballet provides plenty to love with 'Romeo & Juliet'

Joining forces to reprise the iconic tale of star-crossed lovers, dancers of Oklahoma City Ballet and musicians of Oklahoma...

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DEL CITY Gray, Latricia Ann: 83, died Feb. 12. Memorial services 2 p.m. Monday (Bill Eisenhour SE, Del City). EDMOND Tapp,...

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How to stop polarization 'virus' from spreading

Polarization is manifested in several ways, especially when it comes to hot-button issues like politics, religion and...

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Okies in NASCAR Cup Series: Christopher Bell on way to becoming most prominent Oklahoman in NASCAR's elite series

Christopher Bell is on his way to becoming the most accomplished Oklahoman to drive in the NASCAR Cup Series as the Norman...

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Auto racing: Norman native Christopher Bell set for NASCAR Cup debut at Daytona 500

A life spent going in circles was Christopher Bell’s dream. But the Oklahoma-born race car driver’s life away from the track...

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Today's prayer for Feb. 16, 2020

Almighty God, remind us that our most trusted friends are those with the courage to speak the truth to us at the times we would...

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Kolby Crum, one of seven Moore runners struck by a pickup, has died of his injuries

MOORE — Kolby Crum fought an uphill battle to survive. The Moore High School senior, one of seven students struck by a speeding...

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Arts for everyone: Allied Arts launches annual campaign to impact Oklahoma

Allied Arts launched its 2020 community-wide fundraising campaign earlier this month to raise critical funds for central...

By land and air, weather researchers track tornadic storms

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SALINA, Kan. — For the first time in almost a decade, meteorologists from across the Midwest will track and intercept tornado birthing grounds as part of a large-scale collaborative research project. The TORUS Project, or Targeted Observation...

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Prosecutors will retry man after mistrial in infant murder case

A jury deadlocked early Saturday morning after deliberating 13 hours in a murder case against an Oklahoma City man accused of...

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Lesser Prairie Chicken program undergoing changes

The Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies promotes the region’s outdoorsman lifestyle. It also helps manage various...

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Western Heights opening magnet fine arts, STEM academy

Western Heights Public Schools has announced its new magnet school will open in August in a $23 million facility. The Oklahoma...

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'Massive' 20-foot-long great white shark off Florida coast leaves scuba divers in awe

Tuesday, during a trip on Walker's Dive Charters out of Riviera Beach, Florida, a group of scuba divers encountered a...

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Layn Phillips selected as mediator in gaming compact dispute between governor and tribes

Former U.S. District Judge Layn R. Phillips has been selected to serve as the mediator in a dispute between Oklahoma's gaming...

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CHANDLER Makintubee, Ruth Kate: 91, medical fundraiser, died Feb. 13. Services 10 a.m. Monday, Quail Springs Baptist Church,...

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OKC central live chat recap: Former Borden plant might be ideal for housing

The Oklahoman's Steve Lackmeyer fielded reader questions Friday during this week's OKC Central Live Chat. You can join Steve...

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Cole bill would equalize hazard duty pay

U.S. Rep. Tom Cole, whose Oklahoma district includes two large military bases and several National Guard and Reserve...

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Monster Jams: Yukon boy surprised with monster truck experience

Flying down the mud ramp, his skull and crossbones flag whipping behind him, Ryker Ammons couldn’t be stopped. The 4-year-old...

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Oklahoma sheriff declares county ‘Second Amendment sanctuary’

GUTHRIE — The sheriff of Logan County on Wednesday professed his support for gun rights by declaring the county a “Second...

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Canadian County deputy dies after OKC crash

A Canadian County sheriff’s deputy died following a head-on collision Friday on Northwest Expressway near the Kilpatrick...

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Today's prayer for Feb. 15, 2020

God of grace, to discover the truth, we must first seek it. Inspire us to begin our search. Amen.

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Work continues to shift management of Oklahoma County jail

The process of transitioning management of the Oklahoma County jail may not be on top of the public’s "most interesting" list,...

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Sovereign immunity cited in appellate court ruling in Kaw tribal dispute

A Kay County judge exceeded his authority when he issued a temporary injunction prohibiting the then-chair and acting police...

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Local briefs: OKC Zoo says Niki is pregnant

OKC Zoo says Niki is pregnant Niki, the Indian rhinoceros at the Oklahoma City Zoo, is eating for two. The 13-year-old...

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OU professor to leave class, take training after using N-word

NORMAN — A University of Oklahoma professor who used the N-word during a lecture will not teach his journalism class for the...

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Mississippi gave 'Million Dollar Man' Ted DiBiase's nonprofit over $2M in welfare money

The state of Mississippi doled out more than $2.1  million in welfare to a religious and wrestling nonprofit run by former...

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United States of Oklahoma podcast: OKC Ward 7 Councilwoman Nikki Nice

The Oklahoman's Josh Dulaney chats with OKC Ward 7 Councilwoman Nikki Nice. Give it a spin. -DulaneyFollow Josh...

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OKC Civic Life Journal: 'Citizens' sparks a debate

Catching up on Oklahoma City news.

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Old Timbers Drive in Edmond to be closed to traffic Feb. 18, 2020

EDMOND — Old Timbers Drive will be closed to all traffic Feb. 18. The closure is necessary because a crane will be set up in...

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The Source: An Oklahoma news podcast

Welcome to The Source, a podcast that takes a look at the current events in Oklahoma, as told by the reporters and editors from...

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Prosecutor withdraws bond revocation for former superintendent charged with sex crimes

NEWKIRK – The Kay County District Attorney’s Office has withdrawn a motion to revoke the bond of a former public school...

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Doctor says boy's injuries likely abuse

Widespread injuries that resulted in a 3-month-old boy's death were likely caused by child abuse, not choking or being dropped,...

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Juvenile patient among 7 new flu deaths reported this week across Oklahoma

State health officials on Thursday reported seven more people have died from the flu this season, including one juvenile...

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Inhofe, Lankford oppose war powers resolution

The U.S. Senate approved legislation Thursday to require congressional authorization for military action against Iran, with...

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Oklahoma to resume lethal injection executions

Oklahoma officials pledged Thursday to resume executions — by lethal injection — to get justice for the families of murder...

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More Oklahoma inmates released under recent law

McLOUD — In the parking lot at Mabel Bassett Correctional Center on Thursday, a baby girl cried in the arms of inmate No....

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TODAY'S PRAYER

God of wisdom, remind us that while romance can be fun, it's the patience and kindness we demonstrate on a daily basis that...

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State's developmental disabilities services waiting list a budget priority for Stitt

When Justin Brown told state lawmakers he needed an additional $16 million for his state agency’s next budget, he was met with...

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House Speaker wants 'In God We Trust' in state buildings

Oklahoma House Speaker Charles McCall wants the national motto, "In God We Trust" to be displayed prominently in all state...

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Historic $133 million bond issue passes in Putnam City

A $133.45 million bond issue, the largest in the history of Putnam City schools, passed at the ballot box Tuesday. More than...

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EDMOND Graham, Vernon Dale: 76, wastewater management, died Feb. 12. No services (Matthews, Edmond). Johnson, Donald: 95, died...

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Briefs for The Oklahoman Business section cover on Feb. 14, 2020

Environmental forum planned Members of the Environmental Quality Board of the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality are...

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Man accused of killing father charged with murder

A Midwest City man suspected of killing his father and threatening two other family members was having mental issues and acting...

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CAPITOL BRIEFS

Oklahoma Juvenile Affairs director to resign The executive director of Oklahoma's Office of Juvenile Affairs plans to step...

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Update: Oklahoma flights not affected by Southwest's Max decision

Southwest Airlines announced Thursday it won't use the Boeing 737 Max until at least August, a decision that will remove more...

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Oklahoma Death Row: 26 inmates eligible for execution dates

When the state of Oklahoma halted executions in 2015, convicted murderer Richard Eugene Glossip was within an hour of being...

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Oklahoma sheriff declares county ‘Second Amendment sanctuary’

The sheriff of Logan County vowed to defend the Second Amendment.

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Looking for an inclusive student body? These colleges are among the most diverse

For many young Americans, college is often the first time they have the chance to meet and socialize with people from other...

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Weddings chain Noah’s Event Venue closes abruptly, stranding up to 7,500 brides and grooms

Wedding event chain Noah’s Event Venue has closed abruptly after filing for bankruptcy protection in May, sending couples...

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Midwest City police: man shot to death on porch

A 32-year-old man was shot to death Wednesday while trying to enter his Midwest City home, police said. At 7:36 p.m., Midwest...

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Oklahoma Juvenile Affairs director to resign

Steve Buck also will resign from his position as one of Stitt's cabinet secretaries.

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Memorial services set for 'renaissance man' Rabbi David Packman

A. David Packman, Temple B'nai Israel rabbi emeritus, died Monday in Bethesda, Maryland. He was 81. A native of Philadelphia,...

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#ThrowbackThursday: Picture reveals part of state Capitol's history

We are running a #ThrowbackThursday image each week, showcasing Oklahoma’s history. Be sure to follow us on Twitter...

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BETHANY Crowder, Martha Louise: 91, Western Electric and AT&T, died Nov. 3. Memorial services 10:30 a.m. Saturday...

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'It was his idea': Former city manager restructured MAPS, hired first black police chief

Glenn Deck, a former city manager and finance director for Oklahoma City, died Saturday. He was 67. Deck served for just two...

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New Oklahoma logo, brand unveiled

Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt and Lt. Gov. Matt Pinnell unveiled the state’s new brand Wednesday after a monthslong creative...

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Oklahoma Senate passes bill making it easier to arm teachers

The Oklahoma Senate passed a bill on Wednesday that could make it easier for Oklahoma teachers and school personnel to carry a...

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Trump budget proposes new FBI office building in Oklahoma City

President Donald Trump’s new budget proposal includes $86 million for a new FBI field office in Oklahoma City, with the money...

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Guardrails go up at deadly bridge

A company hired by Oklahoma City has already installed guardrails on the south side of a concrete bridge where four people have...

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Today's prayer for Feb. 13, 2020

God of salvation, You embrace lives that others have cast aside. Because of You, we always have hope. Amen.

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#BroomChallenge: You can actually stand a broom up anytime during the year

A new trend is "sweeping" the nation, and unfortunately, it's based on faulty science. The "Broom Challenge" came from a...

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Scientists detect an unexplainable radio signal from outer space that repeats every 16 days

For the first time, scientists have detected a radio signal from outer space that repeats at regular intervals.The series...

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OU professor apologizes for using racial slur

A University of Oklahoma professor has apologized for using the N-word in class. Professor Peter Gade sent an email to students...

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Norman police officer announces bid for Oklahoma County sheriff

Update: This story was updated Feb. 12 to include comments from Johnson. Norman police officer Tommie Johnson recently...

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Home invasion under investigation by Edmond police

A press conference began at 11 a.m. at the Edmond Police Station concerning a home invasion which occurred early this...

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St. Vincent, Carrie Brownstein, Janelle Monáe, Lulu Wang and more added to SXSW final speakers list

SXSW 2020 will take place March 13-22 at various venues around Austin, Texas.

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Science Museum Oklahoma sets adults-only galactic science event

Science Museum Oklahoma’s “SMO 21: A Galaxy Far, Far Away” adults-only event will be from 6:30 to 10 p.m. Feb. 28, at the...

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City of Edmond releases water billing audit results

EDMOND — The city of Edmond has released results from an independent audit of its water billing accuracy and procedures for the...

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Germans from Russia group to meet Feb. 22

The central Oklahoma chapter of the American Historical Society of Germans from Russia will meet at 1 p.m. Feb. 22 at Our...

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Couples celebrating 50 years or more of marriage

Go to Oklahoman.com/life/weddings to view Oklahoma couples celebrating 50 years or more of marriage. Publication of anniversary...

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Oklahoma Christian University to perform 31st annual 'Cabaret: Broadway Bound' Feb. 13-15

Oklahoma Christian University will present the 31st annual “Cabaret: Broadway Bound” Thursday through Saturday in Judd Theater...

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Oklahoma genealogy meeting to focus on Lincoln

The Oklahoma Home and Community Education Genealogy group will meet at 10:15 a.m. Feb. 19 in the Fischer Board Room at the...

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OU Chorale to present requiem, Adam Pajan guest organist

NORMAN — Gabriel Fauré’s "Requiem Opus 48" will be performed by the University of Oklahoma School of Music at 7:30 p.m....

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Reunions: Oklahoma high school reunions

Anadarko Anadarko High School class of 1960: Looking for classmates for a 60th reunion June 19-20. For more information, email...

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Edmond seeks feedback for downtown parking

EDMOND — The city of Edmond is requesting input on issues related to parking in and near the downtown Edmond area. A...

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Achievers

Former web/3-D design student Declin Lozano was recognized recently at the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology...

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Migration trails are topic of Feb. 17 Edmond Genealogical Society meeting

EDMOND — "Migration Trails" will be the topic of the Edmond Genealogical Society meeting at 6:30 p.m. Monday. Helen Lehman will...

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Longtime falconer, herpetologist to present at OKC Audubon club

A longtime falconer will be the presenter at the OKC Audubon club's upcoming meeting, although the gathering will take on a...

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Oklahoma City area achievers

Excellence award Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School has been identified as Oklahoma’s only Cognia, formerly known as...

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Ladies Music Club of OKC offers concert, scholarships

The Ladies Music Club in Oklahoma City is planning an upcoming concert, as well as seeking student entries for music...

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Adopt a pet: Oklahoma City-area pet adoption options

Bethany Animal Control Shelter: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mondays through Fridays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the first Saturday of the month,...

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Deaths

DEL CITY Bartlett, Kenneth Ray: 90, died Feb. 11. Services 2 p.m. Thursday, Wickline United Methodist Church, Midwest City...

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STATE BRIEFS

Person tested in Oklahoma for coronavirus Another person in Oklahoma has been tested for the coronavirus. The Oklahoma State...

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Former Bricktown official to lead Chickasha economic development

Jim Cowan, former owner of the Bricktown Brewery and a longtime leader in the entertainment district, is returning to his...

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Anti-abortion, pro-choice rallies at Oklahoma Capitol draw large crowds

A crowd of more than 1,000 gathered at the state Capitol on Tuesday to support a bill abolishing abortion in Oklahoma with no...

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State education department fines Epic $530,000

Epic One-on-One virtual charter school has been fined $530,527 for exceeding a legal limit on administrative costs. The...

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Mother of Moore High School runner Rachel Freeman tells teammates to 'run for Rachel'

MOORE — Stefen Seifried remembers when Rachel Freeman got her letter jacket. The jacket was like all the others at Moore High...

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Cannabis petition can collect signatures, but backer jailed for indecency

Oklahoma's Secretary of State has given the go-ahead for supporters of an initiative petition to decriminalize marijuana to...

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Pick 3, Feb. 10: 8-0-2 Cash 5, Feb. 10: 3-6-12-14-19 Lucky for Life, Feb. 10: 03-07-21-25-26, Lucky Ball: 04 Mega Millions,...

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Police: Man charged in Moore HS crash driving nearly 80 mph

MOORE — An intoxicated pickup driver accelerated to nearly 80 mph before striking a group of student runners outside Moore High...

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OU professor allegedly uses racial slur in class

A University of Oklahoma professor came under fire Tuesday for allegedly using a racial slur in class. Peter Gade, director of...

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Slowdown in store for Oklahoma City?

Russell Evans sees 2020 as a year "on the brink" that will test Oklahoma City. Evans, city government's consulting economist,...

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Woman tells Oklahoma County jury she didn't believe boyfriend caused fatal injuries

A woman tearfully recalled for a jury Tuesday how she dressed her 3-month-old son and held him for the final time before...

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Single-digit wind chills forecast for central Oklahoma Thursday morning

Follow current weather conditions from around the state.

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Third Oklahoman under investigation for coronavirus

A third person in Oklahoma has been tested for the Coronavirus.

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What is open and closed on Presidents Day 2020?

Here are some key businesses that will and won’t be closed on Feb. 17.

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CAPITOL BRIEFS: Oklahoma House passes bill requiring jails comply with ICE detainers

House passes bill requiring jails comply with ICE detainers The Oklahoma House of Representatives passed a bill Monday...

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Suspensions vary by race, school in Oklahoma City, officials say

With suspensions on the rise, Oklahoma City Public Schools is examining its student discipline and staff training practices....

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Judge orders mediation in compact dispute between Gov. Stitt and Oklahoma's gaming tribes

An Oklahoma City federal judge has ordered mediation in a compact dispute between Gov. Kevin Stitt and Oklahoma's gaming...

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Free Valentine's Day event to offer respite for Oklahoma caregivers

In an effort to support caregivers and help them focus on their own health and well-being, the Oklahoma Caregiver Coalition...

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Legislators propose measure to promote the use of solar as an alternative energy source in Oklahoma

Bills before Oklahoma legislators this session propose to define relationships between utility customers, companies that sell...

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Deaths

DAVIS Goddard, Johnnie Belle: 85, died Feb. 7. Services 1 p.m. Wednesday, First Christian Church (DeArman, Sulphur). EDMOND...

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Tulsa to get new VA hospital

TULSA — A new downtown Tulsa Veterans Administration hospital and a repurposing of the VA's Muskogee medical center are key...

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GOP fundraising forms mimic official Census documents

Some Oklahoma residents have received fundraising surveys from the Republican National Committee that look similar to official...

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Oklahoma Senate leader: Abortion bill is 'fatally flawed'

A bill to criminalize abortion in Oklahoma faces unlikely odds in the state Legislature. Despite a change of leadership on a...

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Pardon and Parole Board discusses proposal to consolidate agency with Department of Corrections

The executive director of the Pardon and Parole Board said Monday he’s optimistic that combining the agency with the Department...

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MWC man pleads guilty to sexually assaulting teen girl

A Midwest City man admitted in court papers to sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl after putting chemicals on a rag and...

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Study suggests smarter parking needed downtown

To break it down, a six-story, 1,100-space garage owned by the Central Oklahoma Transportation and Parking Authority (COTPA) is...

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Couple accused of animal cruelty in dog-fighting case

A husband and wife are accused in a criminal charge of abusing 19 pit bulls used for fighting. Casper Ingram, 45, and Celeste...

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Oklahoma City oilman fined $100,000 for lying to the FBI

A longtime Oklahoma City oilman known for helping others was fined $100,000 Monday for making a false statement to the FBI....

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These zoos will name a cockroach after your ex and feed it to an animal on Valentine’s Day

ot feeling much love as Valentine’s Day nears? Two zoos in Texas will let you honor an ex in a cruel – but probably very...

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Chipotle launches 'Guac Mode' and is giving away free guacamole. How to get the freebie

Let San Francisco have the $15 avocado toast. Chipotle has a deal for the rest of us: free guac.

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Oklahoma House Democrats outline legislative priorities

Top issues include restoring the earned income tax credit and straight Medicaid expansion.

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Oklahoma House passes bill requiring county jails comply with ICE detainers

The Oklahoma House of Representatives passed a bill Monday requiring county jails to comply with detainer requests from the...

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Oklahoma overstating potential impact of Creek reservation case, inmate claims

As the U.S. Supreme Court takes a second run at deciding whether the Muscogee (Creek) reservation was ever officially...

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Nature & you: Why do pigeons bob their heads?

Week after week, I ever so subtlety encourage you get up off of the couch and go do a nature hike adventure. Today is no...

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OU medical students to host benefit run for free Oklahoma City health clinic

An organization of OU medical students is hosting a run to benefit Manos Juntas, a free health clinic in Oklahoma City with an...

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OKC civic life for Monday, Feb. 10, 2020

Little Rock eyes MAPS Little Rock, Arkansas, Mayor Frank Scott Jr. has proposed a one-cent sales tax to finance quality of life...

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Moore tragedy could cause student trauma, experts say

As Moore High School reels from the deaths of two track athletes, experts say the student body could experience various effects...

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Black History Month: The legacy of the Tuskegee Airmen

Airmen continues to inspire almost 80 years after African Americans were first allowed to become U.S. military pilots. Reviving...

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Deaths

EDMOND Haworth, William Dale: 80, died Feb. 7. Graveside services 10 a.m. Wednesday, Rose Hill Burial Park, Oklahoma City...

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Embattled Oklahoma County judge sued twice over debts

After a tumultuous first year on the bench, Oklahoma County District Judge Kendra Coleman has been sued — twice — at the start...

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Clean weed? Labs test for contaminants, but that may not prevent tainted marijuana products

Marijuana can contain trace amounts of heavy metals, pesticides, yeast, mold and more. So stick that in your pipe when you...

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Legislators, Stitt seek civil service changes for state employees

Gov. Kevin Stitt and some state legislators are looking to overhaul Oklahoma’s civil service system. For years, legislators and...

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Today's prayer for Feb. 10, 2020

God of redemption, on those days when we look at the world and see only brokenness, remind us that You are at work healing...

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In OKC rally, Mike Bloomberg vows to target states Trump won in 2016

As leading Democratic presidential contenders converged on New Hampshire just days before the nation's first presidential...

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Pick 3, Feb. 8: 3-6-4 Cash 5, Feb. 8: 6-7-23-24-32 Lucky for Life, Feb. 6: 18-30-31-33-34, Lucky Ball: 16 Mega Millions, Feb....

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92nd annual Academy Awards recap with Brandy McDonnell: 'Parasite,' Brad Pitt win big

Chat with and view live developments from The Oklahoman's Brandy McDonnell about the 92nd annual Academy Awards. Coverage...

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'Wanna strike today?' Teens school adults on climate change, segregation, gun control and more

Amid the hoods and umbrellas, a couple of earnest students stood near the door, waving fliers. “You guys wanna strike...

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'We must love one another': Moore student's mom makes plea on behalf of daughter

Erika Martinez scanned the crowd before collecting herself to offer one final plea on behalf of her daughter. She asked the...

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Four-day school supporters turn appeals to Legislature

Advocates of four-day school weeks are appealing to state lawmakers not to approve new regulations on academic calendars, which...

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Colorado university to offer cannabis-related degree

PUEBLO, Colo. — A university in Colorado will offer a cannabis-related degree program after receiving approval from the state....

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Deaths

CHICKASHA Jones, Paul Morris Sr.: 71, died Feb. 4. Memorial services 11 a.m. Monday, Grand Assembly of God (Affordable...

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CBS News chief calls threats against reporter reprehensible

NEW YORK — The CBS News chief called threats against journalist Gayle King “reprehensible” Saturday as backlash grew against...

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Tulsa son's 'From Slavery to Freedom' textbook still inspires

At the Oklahoma History Center, we share African American stories every day of the year, but in February we add an extra effort...

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Landing soon: Food, community to return to former Downtown Airpark Terminal

A step inside the former Downtown Airpark Terminal, now part of the Wheeler neighborhood, is a reflection of the past and a...

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Medicare now covers outpatient coronary procedure

There is good news for Medicare recipients who are facing the prospect of angioplasty with stent to open up blood vessels in...

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Security problems found at federal child-care centers

WASHINGTON — A watchdog office has found "significant security vulnerabilities" in a sampling of child-care centers in federal...

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Oak Tree Country Club owners settle class action lawsuit over gratuities

Current and former owners of Oak Tree Country Club have reached a tentative settlement in a class action lawsuit filed by wait...

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Stitt administration hires consultants to reimagine state government structure

In his State of the State address Monday, Gov. Kevin Stitt called for consolidating some state agencies, a recommendation met...

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Support efforts pay dividends for Oklahoma City Public Schools

It is no secret that our community is extremely generous, but the magnitude and focus of this generosity is worthy of sharing....

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Today's prayer for Feb. 9, 2020

God of compassion, help us see ourselves through Your eyes – with unerring honesty, but viewed through the lens of mercy and...

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Recap: Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg visits OKC

Follow live developments from The Oklahoman's Carmen Forman as she covers Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg's...

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National firestorm on horizon as Oklahoma, other states consider criminalizing transgender treatments for youths

A polarizing debate is happening around the nation as lawmakers in eight states have introduced bills in recent weeks seeking...

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Man tries to save neighbor from dog attack, accidentally kills him with crossbow

A Massachusetts man who used a crossbow while trying to save his neighbor from being mauled by two dogs accidentally shot and...

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How much sex should couples have? Here's what experts say

No matter your relationship status, sex remains a complicated — and often touchy — subject. Although no one wants to admit it,...

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One dead in northwest Oklahoma City apartment fire

One person died Friday evening in a house fire in northwest Oklahoma City.The adult male who died in the fire has yet to be...

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It's OK to reject your rental car. Here are five cases where you should ask for another

Older vehicles are more likely to break down or leave you with a frivolous damage claim.

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In a world full of African American Democrats, black Republicans stand alone

In 1955, E. Frederic Morrow joined President Dwight D. Eisenhower‘s White House as its administrative officer for special...

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Today's prayer for Feb. 8, 2020

God of Love, remind us to speak kindly of others. We know not the difficulties they have faced. Amen.

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Deaths

BETHANY Riggins, Ben T.: 78, Nazarene minister, died Feb. 6. Services 10 a.m. Monday, Bethany First Church of the Nazarene,...

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Trump ousts witnesses in his impeachment trial

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump on Friday ousted two government officials who had delivered damaging testimony against him...

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Police say threat made against school 'not credible'

MOORE — Police in Moore and Oklahoma City on Friday investigated online threats made against three junior highs in the Moore...

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Girls spend Scouts BSA anniversary on campout

MUSTANG — When Ron Frampton's youngest daughter asked to join a Scouting group, it didn't occur to him that she meant the Boy...

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Bloomberg to make OKC campaign stop with Judge Judy

Bloomberg to make OKC campaign stop with Judge Judy Presidential hopeful Mike Bloomberg will make campaign stops Saturday in...

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Oklahoma County judge refuses to temporarily halt two abortion laws

An Oklahoma County District Court judge on Friday refused to temporarily halt state laws that say only physicians can perform...

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Norman dismisses sanctuary-city recommendation

After a study session earlier this week, the City of Norman decided to dismiss a recommendation to become a sanctuary city. The...

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Governor signs commutations for 147 more drug offenders eligible under HB 1269

Gov. Kevin Stitt on Friday signed commutations for 147 people serving time for simple drug possession. Those individuals were...

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Manslaughter charge filed in Moore High School deaths

NORMAN — A prosecutor vowed Friday to seek a lengthy prison sentence for the "career criminal" who drove his pickup into a...

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U.S. House condemns Medicaid option embraced by Stitt

The U.S. House on Thursday denounced the new Medicaid initiative embraced by Gov. Kevin Sttt, saying the demonstration program...

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Oklahoma metro libraries pass digital milestone of 2 million downloads

Who says nobody reads anymore? How people read has changed dramatically over the past 20 years, with Amazon’s Kindle platform...

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Sarkeys Foundation donates $1 million for CARE Center expansion

Sarkeys Foundation will provide $1 million for The CARE Center's planned expansion, officials announced Friday. The CARE...

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Republican fundraising forms not to be confused with official U.S. Census documents

Some Oklahoma residents have received fundraising surveys from the Republican National Committee that look similar to official...

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As Americans sour on milk, could these famous dairy brands disappear from your fridge?

Americans have soured on traditional milk, and the fallout is spilling into the dairy aisle.

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Bloomberg to make OKC campaign stop with Judge Judy

The Democratic presidential contender will host an event at the Oklahoma History Center.

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Moore police locate students who threatened local schools

Police have located students accused of threatening violence at two schools, The Oklahoman has learned.

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Capitol Briefs

House approves anti-abortion bill The Oklahoma House approved a bill Thursday to suspend the medical license of any doctors who...

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Oklahoma business briefcase for Feb. 7, 2020

Second Half Network Forum scheduled The Second Half Network has scheduled a forum on Feb. 11 for community leaders, non-profit...

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Deaths

DEL CITY Cartwright-Frye, Jacqueline Maria: 58, died Jan. 29. Wake 3 p.m. Saturday (Bill Eisenhour SE, Del City). EDMOND...

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Oklahoma hires vendor to help it update its energy assurance plan

Oklahoma is the third-most disaster prone state in the nation. That comes from the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency,...

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Oklahoma business briefs for Feb. 7, 2020

JENKS Tulsa Winch Group names president Dover Corp.’s Tulsa Winch Group announced Thursday it hired Arjun Mirdha as its...

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ACLU of Oklahoma director to resign

ACLU of Oklahoma director to resign The executive director of ACLU of Oklahoma plans to step down this summer. Ryan Kiesel, who...

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Demolition permits issued for closed eastside OKC grocery

The former Buy for Less shopping center at NE 23 and Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue appears to be targeted for demolition, with...

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Ad campaign to challenge adequacy of contributions to state government by Oklahoma tribal casinos

A new organization is hitting the airwaves Friday with ads questioning whether casinos operated by Indian tribes are...

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Anti-gerrymandering group refiles redistricting petition

A group seeking to overhaul Oklahoma's redistricting process refiled Thursday an initiative petition seeking to create an...

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House blocks GOP bid to debate on Pelosi

House Democrats on Thursday blocked a Republican resolution expressing disapproval of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for tearing up...

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God of wisdom, grant us the ability to pierce the veil of clever rhetoric spoken by people with questionable motives. Amen.

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25th anniversary marks uncertain 'turning point' for free health care clinic in Oklahoma City

By 8 a.m. on any given Saturday, dozens of individuals have already made their way to the Manos Juntas clinic.The Oklahoma...

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Cherokee Nation lawsuit to become test case in search for global solution to expansive opioid litigation

The Cherokee Nation's lawsuit against opioid distributors and pharmacies has been sent back to federal court in Muskogee where...

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This odd map of Oklahoma went (kind of) viral

Late last month, a curious photo showed up on Reddit, the massively popular social media website that acts like a topic-based...

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Medical marijuana supporters rally at Oklahoma state Capitol

Hundreds of medical marijuana supporters descended on Oklahoma’s state Capitol on Thursday to warn lawmakers not to infringe on...

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Associated Press unable to declare winner of Iowa caucuses

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The Associated Press said Thursday that it is unable to declare a winner of Iowa's Democratic...

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'We’ve got an ambulance headed that way': 911 calls from deadly crash near Moore High School

In the moments after a deadly crash near Moore High School, emergency calls reveal the panic and chaos that ensued as kids...

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ACLU of Oklahoma director to resign

Ryan Kiesel plans to step down in June.

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Oklahoma House OKs bill to suspend abortion doctor licenses

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The Oklahoma House approved a bill on Thursday to suspend the medical license of any doctors who perform...

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Dustup over 'citizens' taints MAPS 4 board rollout

Ward 6 Councilwoman JoBeth Hamon sought without success this week to remove the word "citizens" from the name of the MAPS 4...

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Paycom beat consensus estimates on revenue, earnings

Paycom has again beat analyst expectations on revenue and earnings per share for the fourth quarter of 2019. After the markets...

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Moore High School runner Yuridia Martinez was always playing sports and helping others

Growing up, Yuridia Martinez always had her long brown hair pulled back in a braided ponytail. And that braid was always...

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3 Oklahoma schools up for $100,000 fitness center

Three Oklahoma schools could receive $100,000 fitness centers through a national grant. Gov. Kevin Stitt's office announced on...

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During impeachment process, state lawmakers heard from Oklahomans

The end of the Senate impeachment trial should stem the flow of calls, emails and social media messages that have been pouring...

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Oklahoma Republicans cheer Trump speech, while Horn says work remains

Oklahoma Republicans in Congress cheered President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address, while the delegation’s lone...

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Today's prayer for Feb. 6, 2020

God of redemption, no road is too perilous when You are riding shotgun. Be with us always. Amen.

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Jury convicts Tecumseh man of first-degree murder in 2012 case

An Oklahoma County jury late Tuesday convicted a Tecumseh man of first-degree murder for his role in a seven-year-old fatal...

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Neighbors object to 'pot farm' in west Oklahoma City

Neighbors on Tuesday protested in vain that a landowner’s plans to grow marijuana on a 10.8-acre tract in far west Oklahoma...

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#ThrowbackThursday: Robert F. Kennedy dedicates OKC school, speaks often of JFK

We are running a #ThrowbackThursday image each week, showcasing Oklahoma’s history. Be sure to follow us on Twitter...

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Justin Bieber gets candid about past drug addiction, getting sober: I 'felt like I was dying'

Justin Bieber is speaking frankly about his past experiences with drug addiction. In an episode of "Justin Bieber:...

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Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper struck by vehicle in Midwest City

An Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper was struck by a vehicle while working an accident Wednesday at Interstate 40 and Sooner...

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Activities and classes canceled Thursday for Oklahoma City Public Schools

All activities and classes for Oklahoma City Public Schools have been canceled for Thursday, Feb. 6, 2020 due to inclement...

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Hidden accounts, secret debts and quiet overspending: Why are we hiding our personal finances from loved ones?

While romance may be brewing ahead of Valentine's Day, so are some dirty secrets. About 44% of U.S. adults admit to hiding...

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Enough senators have cast 'not guilty' votes to acquit President Trump on 1st impeachment charge, abuse of power

WASHINGTON (AP) — Enough senators have cast 'not guilty' votes to acquit President Trump on 1st impeachment charge, abuse of...

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Oklahoma business briefcase for Feb. 5, 2020

CWA begins labor negotiations Employees with AT&T Southwest Mobility have begun negotiations for a labor contract, arguing...

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Historic Black Towns Honors 13 banquet postponed

The Historic Black Towns Honors 13 banquet, planned for Feb. 6 at the Quail Creek Golf and Country Club, has been postponed due...

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Utah Sen. Mitt Romney will vote to convict Trump, likely the only GOP senator to favor ousting the impeached president

WASHINGTON (AP) — Utah Sen. Mitt Romney will vote to convict Trump, likely the only GOP senator to favor ousting the impeached...

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Oklahoma weather closings list

For a complete list of weather-related closings, please visit our Weather Closings page.

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Midwest City Police arrest son after father shot and killed

Midwest City Police arrested a man for allegedly killing his own father on Wednesday morning. Police responded to a shooting...

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Winter storm brings snow to Oklahoma

A powerful winter storm dropped snow throughout parts of Oklahoma and Texas on Wednesday.

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Oklahoma Christian University’s chapter of the Phi Alpha Theta history honor society recently had its history journal named as...

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Edmond Westlake Ace Hardware relocates, expands barbecue and pet supplies

EDMOND — Westlake Ace Hardware has relocated to a 14,600-square-foot sales floor at 1101 W Danforth Road. The business,...

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Reunions: Oklahoma high school reunions

Anadarko Anadarko High School class of 1960: Looking for classmates for a 60th reunion June 19-20. For more information, email...

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Opportunities Industrialization Center of Oklahoma County Inc. offering free English classes

Free English classes to second language learners are being offered by the Opportunities Industrialization Center (OIC) of...

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OCCC to present 'The Choir Man' Feb. 10

Oklahoma City Community College’s Visual and Performing Arts Center Theater will present "The Choir of Man" at 7:30 p.m....

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Canadian County Democrats’ speaker to focus on National Democratic Convention

YUKON — The Oklahoma Democratic Party vice chair will be speaking to the Canadian County Democrats at 7 p.m. Feb. 10 at the...

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Bethany Williams, a University of Oklahoma College of Allied Health nutritional sciences doctoral student, recently received...

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Air Force's Tech Warrior OPS plans Oklahoma event for small business

Later this spring, Oklahoma small businesses developing military technology will have a chance to demonstrate their products'...

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Edmond 2020-21 pre-K applications available Feb. 17

Edmond Public Schools' online application for 2020-21 pre-K programs will be open Feb. 17 through March 6. By state law,...

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Love songs, chocolate on tap Feb. 9 for Round Barn Rendezvous

ARCADIA — Acoustic musicians are invited to bring their best love songs for the Valentine's edition of the Round Barn...

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Discussion of flesh-eating beetles to be included in anthropological meeting

The Museum of Osteology's education director will discuss the topic “From Flesh Eating Beetles to Skeletal Articulation” at the...

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Couples celebrating 50 years or more of marriage

Go to Oklahoman.com/life/weddings to view Oklahoma couples celebrating 50 years or more of marriage. Publication of anniversary...

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Adopt a pet: Oklahoma City-area pet adoption options

Bethany Animal Control Shelter: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mondays through Fridays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the first Saturday of the month,...

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SandRidge announces plan to cut more than half of remaining OKC workers

SandRidge Energy announced Tuesday it plans to lay off more than half the workers it still has in Oklahoma City. Notifications...

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'Never give up': Raymond Santana of 'Central Park Five' shares his story at OC

For Raymond Santana, April 19, 1989, seemed like an ordinary day, part of a long holiday weekend that was perfect for spending...

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Oklahoma Academy evaluates Oklahoma's role as an energy leader and makes recommendations to state leaders

Undoubtedly, Oklahoma is an energy leader. But more should be done to keep Oklahoma in a leading role by creating programs and...

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Still no winners in Iowa

Former mayor Pete Buttigieg and U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders were in the lead after the first round of Iowa Democratic caucus...

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Moore suspect had multiple DUI arrests

For most of his life, the suspect in the Moore High School tragedy has had trouble with drugs, alcohol and the law. Max Leroy...

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On eve of verdict, Trump tees up SOTU

WASHINGTON — Addressing the nation in extraordinary times, President Donald Trump declared America “stronger than ever before”...

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Lankford says Trump's actions don't rise to removal from office

U.S. Sen. James Lankford said Tuesday that he would vote to acquit President Donald Trump on two counts of impeachment, and he...

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Second student dies after crash near Moore High School

MOORE — A second student died Tuesday in the aftermath of a crash in which a pickup struck several runners near Moore High...

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Love of history gives OKC woman tools to help older adults

Madeleine Seward (aka “Maddie”) considers herself a novice historian. She enjoys digging up interesting facts about people and...

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Oklahoma Supreme Court tosses redistricting petition; proponents plan to refile

The Oklahoma Supreme Court tossed a redistricting initiative petition Tuesday, saying the petition's description does not...

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Two Oklahomans to attend State of the Union as Trump's guests

A Stillwater woman and her son are among President Donald Trump's guests at the State of the Union. Kelli Hake's husband, Army...

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Warrant issued for ex-employee accused of embezzling more than $253,000 from Catholic church in Del City

DEL CITY — An arrest warrant has been issued for a former church employee accused of embezzling more than $253,000 from St....

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Top Stitt aide leaves governor's office

A senior policy adviser for Gov. Kevin Stitt announced Monday her departure from the governor's office. Donelle Harder, who had...

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OU, OKC metro schools close for winter weather

Oklahoma City Public Schools, the state's largest school district, has canceled classes Wednesday because of predicted winter...

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Update: Two Moore High School students killed, four hurt after pickup hits runners

MOORE — A second student has died in the aftermath Monday’s vehicle crash in which a pickup truck struck several runners near...

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The Latest: Dems say delay due to coding error, results soon

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The Latest on the first-in-the-nation Iowa caucuses (all times local):8:45 a.m.The Iowa Democratic...

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Iowa Democratic Party says caucus delay due to 'coding issue' that has been fixed, plans to release results Tuesday

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Iowa Democratic Party says caucus delay due to 'coding issue' that has been fixed, plans to release...

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Eyesore turned into gem wins at Impact Awards

It shouldn’t surprise regular followers of my weekly OKC Central Live Chat that occasionally questions pop up that I...

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ENID Center to host Date Night at the Museum The Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center in Enid will host Date Night at the...

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Two downtown apartment projects to start in 2020

Two large-scale downtown apartment projects are cleared to move forward following approval Monday by the Oklahoma City Urban...

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Work to resume on The Hill in Deep Deuce

A developer declared in default of his agreement with the Oklahoma City Urban Renewal Authority to create a neighborhood in...

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Deaths

BETHANY Blackwell, Carolyn Sue: 70, manager of grounds for Putnam City Schools, died Jan. 31. Services 10 a.m. Saturday...

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Operators of vertical wells hold pre-session briefing for Oklahoma legislators

A group representing Oklahoma vertical well operators are reminding Oklahoma House and Senate members they continue to back...

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From Iowa to D.C.: A wild 48 hours

Get ready for a whirlwind of politics. After Monday’s Iowa Caucuses, President Trump delivers his annual address to the...

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Another petition filed against Oklahoma's permitless carry law

Another effort to repeal permitless carry in Oklahoma is underway. State Rep. Jason Lowe, D-Oklahoma City, and other advocacy...

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Parents Helping Parents meet today Judge Ken Stoner with the Oklahoma County Drug Court, will be the speaker Tuesday, Feb. 4,...

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Inhofe says he'll vote for acquittal

U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe said Monday that he will vote to acquit President Donald Trump on both articles of impeachment, making...

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Stitt budget does not include teacher, state employee pay raises

Oklahoma teachers and state employees will not receive pay raises next year under a budget proposal from Gov. Kevin Stit. Stitt...

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Upgrade set for canal lights implicated in fatal accident

The light bollards implicated in a fatal accident along Oklahoma City's Bricktown Canal will be replaced by safer, pole-mounted...

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Stitt champions government changes in second State of the State address

In his second State of the State address, Gov. Kevin Stitt pledged to tackle government changes, saying bureaucracy is the...

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Opioid distributor moves case to federal court

Oklahoma's lawsuit against opioid distributors has been moved to federal court in Oklahoma City. Opioid distributor McKesson...

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Widening I-35 to be discussed at public meeting.

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation has scheduled a public meeting for Feb. 18 to discuss the need for widening and...

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Watch: Democrats respond to Stitt's State of the State address

See the Democratic response Gov. Stitt's 2020 State oft he State speech.

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Stitt asks lawmakers for $100 million to fund education during ongoing gaming dispute

Stitt announced plans Monday to ask the state Legislature to approve using $100 million in state reserves to fund education...

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Modifications coming to Canadian County intersection that was site of fatal motorcycle accident

A Canadian County intersection that was the site of a fatal motorcycle accident on Nov. 24 is being modified in an effort to...

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Alleged shooter, mom, among those charged in mall shooting

The alleged gunman in last month's shooting at Penn Square Mall and his mother are among five people facing felony charges....

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Six takeaways from Gov. Kevin Stitt’s State of the State speech

Here are the highlights from the governor's State of the State address.

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Recap: Covering the State of the State address

Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt delivers the State of the State this afternoon.

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Another petition filed to repeal Oklahoma's permitless carry law

State Rep. Jason Lowe, D-Oklahoma City, and other advocacy groups filed an initiative petition Monday in hopes of allowing...

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Nature & You: Take indoor nature hike ... in your grocery store

Today's marching orders are thus: Do an indoor nature hike. The destination is the grocery store of your choice. Once there, be...

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Harding Charter in OKC to hold open house

Harding Charter Preparatory High School will host its final Prospective Student/Family Open House at 7 p.m. Thursday in the...

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Many speeches to follow closing arguments

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump's impeachment trial heads toward a historic conclusion this week, with senators...

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Mother imprisoned under failure to protect laws reflects on first months of freedom

Tondalao Hall sends her children a text message every morning. "I love you," she writes. "Remember to smile." "Prayer...

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OKC Civic Life for Monday, Feb. 3, 2020

Outlining MAPS 4 oversight The MAPS 4 Citizens Advisory Board will have six standing subcommittees to oversee the 16 projects....

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Deaths

NEWCASTLE Pope, Artie E.: 57, construction company owner, died Jan. 29. Services 1 p.m. Tuesday (Vondel L. Smith & Son at...

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GOP hopefuls speak to crowd eager to reclaim congressional seat

Republican candidates hoping to challenge U.S. Rep. Kendra Horn this fall auditioned Saturday night in Oklahoma City before a...

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Last day to register to vote in Oklahoma's presidential primary is Friday

Oklahomans wanting to cast a ballot in the March 3 presidential primary must register to vote on or before Friday. Friday also...

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Today's prayer for Feb. 3, 2020

Almighty God, You have the power to turn weaknesses into strengths. There is no need for us to ever be afraid. Amen.

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How to contact your OKC-area legislators

Find contact information for Oklahoma City-area lawmakers below. If you don't know what House or Senate district you live in or...

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Three children allegedly killed by mother remembered at funeral in Oklahoma

PADEN — Three small white caskets sat in the middle of the room, each adorned with a bouquet of flowers and a favorite toy. The...

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Issues to watch when the legislative session begins Monday

When Oklahoma legislators start the session Monday, they’ll have more than 4,500 pieces of legislation for consideration. Only...

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Oklahoma's tribes contribute greatly to small cities, towns, some local leaders say

As Gov. Kevin Stitt and Oklahoma's tribes clash on how much gaming revenue should go to the state, tribal leaders have defended...

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Ice Angels share warmth, hope

Mary Kaplan has been searching the racks of local thrift stores for jeans. Dark wash, light wash, name brand or no brand. Size...

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Deaths

EDMOND Gardner, Emily A.: 88, homemaker, died Jan. 31. Celebration of life 2 p.m. Friday (Matthews, Edmond). Ware, Betty: 83,...

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Raymond Santana of 'Central Park Five' to speak at OC

Raymond Santana, one of the individuals once known as the "Central Park Five," will be a guest speaker Monday at Oklahoma...

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Farmers, customers dislocated by OSU-OKC are choosing Farmers Public Market over Scissortail Park

When Brad Williams, president of Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City, announced in December his decision to close the...

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Oklahoma History Center exhibit 'Wanted: Dead or Alive' showcases true-crime stories and photos

In 1955, former sex worker June Wanda Bartram took her crush on Assistant Country Prosecutor Carroll Freeman to the next level,...

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Bice, Barresi lead GOP fundraising in 5th, while Horn tops all candidates in last quarter

Republican state Sen. Stephanie Bice raised nearly $300,000 for her congressional campaign in the last three months of 2019,...

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Today's prayer for Feb. 2, 2020

Holy God, Your grace is enough. Who could ask for more? Amen.

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Living with pain and arthritis can feel like a crippling experience. Nothing is worse than feeling great mentally, but...

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Oklahoma journalists to be inducted into Hall of Fame

Five journalists who have worked for The Oklahoman are among those who will be honored during the Oklahoma Journalism Hall of...

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Jailers mocked dying man as he begged for help, video shows

From an isolation cell in the Ottawa County Jail, Terral Ellis begged for someone to help him. He could not feel his legs and...

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Furries flock to Oklahoma City

Hundreds of furries are gathering in downtown Oklahoma City this weekend for Anthro Expo, a convention for people who...