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First snow of season falls on Oklahoma City Monday, freezing temperatures are ahead Tuesday

The first snow of the fall fell on Oklahoma City and much of the state Monday. Freezing temperatures are ahead for Tuesday.

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Oklahoma's first REI store coming to OKC

Oklahoma City is set to be home to the state's first REI store. REI Co-op in fall 2019 will be opening a 23,000-square-foot...

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Funeral services held for 2 Oklahoma students shot to death

BEGGS, Okla. (AP) — Classes have been canceled at an Oklahoma school district so students can attend funeral services for two...

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Firefighters extinguished a blaze Tuesday in former pest control business in southeast Oklahoma City

Firefighters extinguished a blaze in an abandoned building Tuesday in Oklahoma City. The building had formerly been used by...

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High turnout in Ward 7 special election makes case for change in voting calendar

Observers say winner Nikki Nice got more votes than any council candidate.

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Police open fire, man killed Monday in south Oklahoma City after armed robbery

Police opened fire on a man Monday night in south Oklahoma City after an armed robbery. The man had unknowingly taken a...

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Missing 75-year-old McLoud man's SUV found, search for him continues Tuesday in Mayes County, OHP reported

The search for Wesley Still Smoking, 75, continued Tuesday. Authorities reported his sport utility vehicle was found on Sunday...

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PG&E knew about "problems with sparks" that may have set off killer California wildfire

The day before California's deadly Camp Fire started, with 42 victims and more than 200 missing so far, Pacific Gas &...

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Heritage Hall Adopt-a-Grandparent Program hosts annual Halloween Party for adopted grandparents

The Heritage Hall Upper School Adopt-a-Grandparent Program brought together students and residents of The Fountains at...

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CNN sues President Trump and top White House aides for barring Jim Acosta

New York (CNN)CNN has filed a lawsuit against President Trump and several of his aides, seeking the immediate restoration of...

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Would you move to Tulsa for $10,000?

The George Kaiser Family Foundation this week announced the launch of Tulsa Remote, which offers $10,000 grants and additional...

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Fire heavily damages apartment building Monday in northwest Oklahoma City

Fire heavily damaged an apartment building Monday in northwest Oklahoma City

'You could lose this thing' Russell's campaign manager told him a dozen days before loss

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An internal poll conducted by Russell's campaign last weekend showed Horn had caught up to Russell.

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Professor sues over rebuke for calling female transgender student 'sir'

A professor is suing officials at his small public university in Ohio after receiving a written warning for violating its...

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Recap: Energy chat with Adam Wilmoth and Jack Money

This week's live chat kicks off at 10 a.m. but feel free to submit questions now!

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OKC sales tax growth slows, online surges to record

Local economic activity appeared to take a slight dip as summer turned to fall in Oklahoma City. Sales tax results for November...

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Oklahoma City school district hosts final meeting on 'Pathway to Greatness' project

Community member Andrew James, a longtime volunteer at Martin Luther King Elementary School, said past projects by Oklahoma...

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Midwest City to talk large animal ordinance

Midwest City to talk large animal ordinance

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John Grisham-supported candidate loses Oklahoma DA race

Oklahoma district attorney said he was flabbergasted that best-selling author John Grisham supported his challenger in the Nov....

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Reflections on Stan Lee, who marveled a generation

In the 1960s, Marvel Comics writer and editor Stan Lee was the first to give super-heroes personable flaws, to make their...

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House Democrats to select new leader

Rep. Emily Virgin, D-Norman, and Rep. Jason Dunnington, D-Oklahoma City, told The Oklahoman they are seeking the position of...

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Oklahoma state news briefs for Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018

Oklahoma state news briefs for Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018.

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Jurors acquit Del City man in fatal shootout

Jurors have found a Del City man not guilty of taking part in an alleged armed robbery that ended in a fatal shootout. Darious...

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Rural Oklahoma EMS providers split $1.7 million in grants

The Oklahoma State Department of Health awarded more than $1.7 million to 20 emergency medical service providers around the state.

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Gerard Butler posts image of Malibu home burned in wildfire

The Woolsey and Hill Fires have been blazing through Southern California, forcing some residents to flee their homes...

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UFOs spotted off Irish coast under investigation

The Irish Aviation Authority is investigating reports of bright lights and UFOs off the south-west coast of Ireland. It began...

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Oklahoma Christian University to stage classic children’s tale 'Master Cat' Nov. 15-17

Oklahoma Christian University students will present the family friendly production 'Master Cat' Nov. 15-17.

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First- through fifth-graders eligible for Edmond mayor's essay contest

Edmond's 35th annual Mayor’s Essay Contest is open for entries from Edmond first- through fifth-graders.

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Online sales driving revenue growth as retail landscape evolves

Local economic activity may be slowing down after some heated growth.

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Man on motorcycle killed Sunday in southwest Oklahoma City collision, police report

A man driving a motorcycle was killed Sunday in southwest Oklahoma City, police report.

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OSU-OKC Fire Protection director offers tips for a safe holiday season

As temperatures begin to dip and families turn their attention to the upcoming holiday season, remember to also be safe.

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Snowfall moves into Oklahoma Monday, winter weather advisory issued

A winter weather advisory for much of the state is in effect for Monday morning.

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California is paying inmates $1 an hour to fight wildfires

California is currently suffering from several devastating and deadly fires. The Camp Fire in Butte County, California,...

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Trudeau says Canada received Turkish tape of Khashoggi murder

Canada’s prime minister, Justin Trudeau, has become the first western leader to confirm Turkish claims that an audio...

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Politics Monday: Voters send more women to state Capitol

Female lawmakers will still make up less than one-fifth of House and Senate members when the state Legislature convenes in...

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Douglas Rain: Actor who voiced Hal in 2001: A Space Odyssey dies

Actor Douglas Rain, who was the voice of the sinister computer Hal in sci-fi film 2001: A Space Odyssey, has died, the...

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Cashion Schools agriculture barn destroyed in fire Saturday, FFA show hogs, sheep and goat lost

Animals inside a Cashion Schools FFA agriculture barn died Saturday in an electrical fire, firefighters reported.

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Shifting Congress changes Oklahoma representatives' committee plans

Earlier this year, veteran congressmen from Oklahoma began jockeying for position in hopes of chairing key congressional...

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Former state park manager calls for investigation following lease to private company

Earlier this year, the Oklahoma Department of Tourism and Recreation turned over operations at Red Rock Canyon State Park to a...

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Commutation requests headed to governor's desk

The decision of whether to grant clemency for 22 individuals being assisted by a commutation campaign who received favorable...

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World wars remembered Sunday at 45th Infantry Division Museum ceremony

At the Veterans Day ceremony at the 45th Infantry Division Museum Sunday, the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I was...

Gubernatorial candidates pledge more money for schools

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Each candidate has offered additional education policy ideas, but the bulk of their education platforms relate to core funding.

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Advocates for social justice, environmental issues turn out for Peace Festival

Close to 2,000 attendees turned out for the 34th annual Peace Festival at the Saturday at the Civic Center Music Hall, Meinders...

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Surgeon shortage prompts change at Oklahoma City VA, but help is on its way

During a half-dozen days this month, the Oklahoma City VA Medical Center has not had a general surgeon on-call or available for...

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#OKC Civic Life is a weekly summary of Oklahoma City civic news.

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Meetings yield few details about OKC school closures

"I do know that there is some anxiety from teachers and principals about where they’re going to be next year," Capitol Hill...

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California gunman Ian Long died from self-inflicted gunshot, autopsy finds

The former marine who gunned down 12 people at a bar in southern California died from a self-inflicted...

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Woman who bore rapist’s baby faces 20 years in El Salvador jail

A rape victim is facing 20 years in jail charged with attempted murder, after she gave birth to her abuser’s baby in a latrine...

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Police shoot man with gun wearing camouflage Saturday in southwest Oklahoma City

Police officers shot a man with a gun who was wearing camouflage clothing Saturday in southwest Oklahoma City.

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Two people killed Sunday in Okmulgee County crash, Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported

Two people died Sunday in an Okmulgee County crash, Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported.

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Why Ex-Brown Joe Thomas thinks hunting can help veterans

Weeks before Veterans Day, Joe Thomas spent a day with former military members at a hunting preserve created specifically for...

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Veteran and service dog are perfect 6-legged team

After 31 years of dealing with PTSD all alone, veteran John Tipton decided it was time to get help. That help came in the form...

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Muscogee (Creek) Nation puts media under executive branch

A new Muscogee (Creek) Nation law repealing press freedom protections for the tribe’s in-house media has prompted a resignation...

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Investigation launched of Oklahoma officer-involved shooting

Authorities in northeastern Oklahoma say a 52-year-old man has died following an officer-involved shooting.

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H&P bet pays off

Sometimes a little risk goes a long way. Leadership at Helmerich & Payne Inc. took a calculated risk amid a downturn in the...

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Rural vote helped Stitt win governor's race

Kevin Stitt not only won the election for Oklahoma governor, he did so by 12 percentage points, a wide margin of victory that...

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Wind farm abandons tax avoidance tactic that threatened school funding

BLACKWELL — Operators of a northern Oklahoma wind farm are abandoning a creative tax avoidance scheme that was drawing...

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Harold Hamm donates $34 million to diabetes center

A large gift to the Harold Hamm Diabetes Center will increase its research funding by about a quarter for the next decade, with...

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Program leads to arrests, drug seizures in Oklahoma City

Nearly a year after starting a program targeting violent crime in an area of southwest Oklahoma City, police officials say...

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Scaled-down finance sector posts strong results

Oklahoma's publicly traded finance sector is down a member this year, but the industry still had a strong showing on Oklahoma...

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ONEOK claims seventh spot in Oklahoma Inc.

A strong year landed ONEOK Inc. at No. 7 on the Oklahoma Inc. top 10. The Tulsa-based natural gas pipeline company benefitted...

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Unit Corp. turns record year despite lack of acquisitions

A record year for Unit Corp. helped land the Tulsa-based oil and natural gas company near the top of the Oklahoma Inc. list....

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Oklahoma health notes for Nov. 11

Oklahoma health notes for Nov. 11

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Oklahoma Crime and Safety Briefs for Sunday, Nov. 11, 2018

Oklahoma Crime and Safety Briefs for Sunday, Nov. 11, 2018

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Comings and goings in Oklahoma Inc.

The number of publicly traded companies in Oklahoma fluctuated over the past year as the state added and lost several firms...

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Observers predict promising future for tech companies

Though tech companies are a minority on the Oklahoma Inc. list, they're holding their own and making strides, and the industry...

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Online legal advice clinic designed to put lower-income individuals in contact with volunteer attorneys

Getting civil legal advice is now just a click away. Free Legal Answers is an online advice clinic designed to put lower-income...

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BancFirst climbs on purchases

In a year where energy companies leapt back to the top of the Oklahoma Inc. charts, BancFirst was one of only two non-energy...

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A look back at Armistice Day in Oklahoma

Just as guns fell silent across France on Nov. 11, 1918, they began sounding in Oklahoma City and across the state as residents...

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Education notes for Nov. 11

OKLAHOMA CITY OCU offers scholarships for some English teachers Oklahoma City University is offering scholarships for its...

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Deer hunting is a family tradition in Oklahoma

On Saturday, the Lackeys will be among the more than 187,000 deer hunters who will be in the woods or on the plains for the...

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Service companies perform moderately in Oklahoma Inc.

One service company finished in the top 10 on the Oklahoma Inc. list, and the other two finished in the top two-thirds of...

Legislation needed to implement rape kit task force recommendations

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Funding and legislation are needed to move forward with some of the recommendations developed by a task force that has been examining the issue of untested rape kits in Oklahoma.

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Legislature adds more women, teachers to its roster

Tuesday's election boosted the number of women and educators who will serve in the Oklahoma House and Senate.

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Workers begin dismantling the Space Tower at the state fairgrounds

Workers begin dismantling the Space Tower at the state fairgrounds

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On the road: Filling Tummies nonprofit makes its first road trip to combat hunger

Filling Tummies, a nonprofit started by a group of local moms, recently made its first road trip with its mobile food pantry.

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Camels living and thriving in Oklahoma

Camels are living on farms in Oklahoma.

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Enid man arrested in Saturday stabbing death of his brother

A 40-year-old man was arrested Saturday, accused of stabbing his bother to death with a kitchen knife.

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New Edmond grocery focuses on locally grown foods

EDMOND — The days of working out of the back of a truck are over as Urban Agrarian has planted itself in downtown as the newest...

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Oklahoma state schools Superintendent Joy Hofmeister sued by witness in the now-dismissed criminal case against her

Witness in criminal case against Joy Hofmeister alleges she was behind his forced resignation in 2016.

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USAO honors 3 outstanding alumni

CHICKASHA — The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma recognized three alumni for outstanding achievements and public...

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Downtown Oklahoma City's Devon Ice Rink open for 8th season

Students from John Rex Middle School took advantage of the cold, winter-like weather on Friday to ice skate at the Devon Ice...

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Kendra Horn undecided on Pelosi vote

"I don’t know who all’s thrown their hat in the ring so I can’t say who I’m going to vote for but I do think the Democratic...

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Oklahoma business briefs

Business briefs for Nov. 10, 2018

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Bethany terminates city manager

Bethany terminates city manager

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Bethany defeats Weatherford in first round of Class 4A playoffs

BETHANY — Weatherford and Bethany keep meeting in what has become an unlikely recurring matchup in the Class 4A playoffs first...

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Midwest City Cancels Veterans Day Parade

Midwest City Cancels Veterans Day Parade

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State briefs for Nov. 10

EL RENO Redlands group plans Native American Heritage Month events The Redlands Community College Native American Student...

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Fall Peace Festival to be held Saturday at Civic Center Music Hall

The Fall Peace Festival will be held Saturday in the Hall of Mirrors at the Civic Center Music Hall.

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Applications for 2019 Youth Leadership Oklahoma class due Dec. 5

Leadership Oklahoma is accepting applications for its 2019 Youth Leadership Oklahoma class. The application deadline is 5 p.m....

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Edmond Schools to host teacher recruitment reception for education majors Nov. 29

The Edmond School District will be hosting a teacher recruitment reception for education majors on Nov. 29.

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OK Historical Society to host 150th anniversary commemoration of the Battle of the Washita

A program to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Battle of the Washita will be presented from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 20 at...

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Veterans Day observances serve as prelude to opening of new exhibition: 'Cowboys in Khaki: Westerners in the Great War'

In observance of Veterans Day, and to mark the opening of a new exhibition, the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum...

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Man wanted in Oklahoma slaying added to U.S. Marshals Service's Most Wanted list

A man wanted in connection with the 2013 slaying of his ex-wife in Blackwell has been added to the U.S. Marshals Service's 15...

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Midwest City cancels Veterans Day Parade due to predicted weather conditions

Midwest City has canceled its 2018 Veterans Day Parade, originally scheduled for 10 a.m. Monday, Nov. 12.

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Two arrested, more than 4 pounds of meth seized in OKC traffic stop

A man and a woman were arrested during a traffic stop Thursday evening after police found a large amount of methamphetamine in...

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Political State: Horn flips the 5th

U.S. Representative-elect Kendra Horn joined Justin and Ben to discuss her election to congress and the flipping of the 5th...

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Person struck by vehicle in SW OKC Friday morning

A person was injured Friday morning after being struck by a vehicle in southwest Oklahoma City, police said.

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Suspended Oklahoma police chief has been fired by mayor

HARTSHORNE, Okla. (AP) — An eastern Oklahoma police chief who was suspended with pay more than a month ago has now been fired....

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OKC Ronald McDonald House to more than double its space

Susan Adams had known for a while that Oklahoma City’s Ronald McDonald House needed more space for families with hospitalized...

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Republicans in Oklahoma congressional delegation say they'll welcome Kendra Horn, a Democrat

When the 116th session of Congress begins in January, it will include something the previous three sessions did not: a Democrat...

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Raises, restored funding budget priorities

The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education voted Thursday to request $878.2 million in state funding for 2019-20, an...

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Centennial in song: Canterbury Voices to mark 100th anniversary of WWI armistice with 'War Requiem'

Connie Sallee still remembers her grandmother's stories about Great-Uncle Roy, her father's namesake, even though she was too...

Democratic leader beat by Republican who didn't spend a dollar campaigning

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Logan Phillips, an associate professor at Tulsa Community College, didn't spend any money on his way to defeating state Rep. Steve Kouplen.

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Boy drowns Wednesday at Lake Stanley Draper

A boy drowned Wednesday at Lake Stanley Draper, police reported.

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Hard freeze predicted Friday night for most of state

The Oklahoma City area is expected to see the first hard freeze of the season Friday night, forecasters predict.

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More Oklahomans registering for inmate movement alert system

More Oklahomans registering for inmate status alert system

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Councilwoman-elect loses job a day after winning election

A day after winning a seat on the Oklahoma City council, on-air personality Nikki Nice lost her job in radio.

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State briefs for Nov. 9

Two Oklahomans named to panel Two Oklahomans have been named to the 400 Years of African-American History Commission...

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Former EMSA president dies

H. Stephen Williamson, the longtime president and chief executive officer of the public ambulance authority in Oklahoma City...

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Colorado vote could benefit SandRidge Energy

A vote in Colorado this week may have provided a boost to Oklahoma City-based SandRidge Energy Inc. SandRidge stock is up 15...

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Stephenson Cancer Center gets grant to study why tumors come back

It’s still not clear why some cancers come roaring back after what looked like successful treatment, while others never...

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Murderer gets Xbox in prison after leading police to woman's remains

WAKESHMA TOWNSHIP, MI -- For the past eight years, Doug Stewart was likely the only person who knew the location of his...

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Melbourne attack: Man shot dead after fire and fatal stabbing

A man who set a car on fire and stabbed three people - one fatally - in the Australian city of Melbourne has died in hospital...

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Kids Alive! production of 'Mulan Jr.' showcases theatrical students of all abilities

Kids Alive! will present its fall production, 'Mulan Jr.,' at 7 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m., 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday.

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Losing Tulsa judge now faces grand jury investigation

The state's new multicounty grand jury meets to hear testimony for the first time on Tuesday.

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Kingfisher man dies Thursday after crash near Hennessey, Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported

A Kingfisher man died in a crash Thursday near Hennessey, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported

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Political State: Stitt's big win

In the first of two episodes this week, Justin and Ben discuss the Oklahoma governor’s race, the election of Kevin Stitt and...

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Officer shot in California bar shooting was OU grad

A Ventura County law enforcement officer who died after a Wednesday night shootout at a California bar was a recent graduate of...

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Oklahoma regents seek $100M in new funding for colleges

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The panel that oversees Oklahoma's 25 public colleges and universities is asking the Legislature for $100...

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Williamson made ambulance service "true partner" in emergency medicine

Top executive of public ambulance authority agreed to pay $80,000 over federal kickback allegations.

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Man, 69, applies to legally change age because he ‘identifies as 20 years younger’

A Dutch man is trying to legally change his age from 69 to 49 with the aim of boosting his online...

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Boy, 6, pulled from Lake Stanley Draper in southeast Oklahoma City Wednesday has died, police reported

A boy, 6, who fell off a dock into Lake Stanley Draper Wednesday afternoon and was pulled out of the water by firefighters has...

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Cord cutting accelerates as pay TV loses 1 million customers in largest-ever quarterly loss

Scratch the theory that cord cutting might be decelerating. Cable and satellite TV providers lost about 1.1 million subscribers...

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Supreme Court: Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 85, hospitalized

Supreme Court: Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 85, hospitalized

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Police identify man fatally stabbed early Wednesday in northwest Oklahoma City

The victim of a stabbing from early Wednesday in northwest Oklahoma City has been identified, police reported.

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Freezing weather ahead in Oklahoma, rainy day Thursday in Oklahoma City

Freezing weather is on the way to Oklahoma. Thursday will be rainy in Oklahoma City.

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Sonic set for leadership change following sale

Sonic CEO Cliff Hudson is retiring, and the Oklahoma City-based drive-in chain will be under the leadership of President...

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Oklahoma business briefs for Nov. 8, 2018

Oklahoma business briefs for Nov. 8, 2018

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Federal grants going to 46 schools

Three federal GEAR UP grants totaling $68 million will target 12,000 pupils in 46 schools across the state, including every...

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Oklahoma County jury hits health insurer Aetna with $25.5 million verdict

Jurors were upset with Aetna for refusing to pay for proton beam therapy for a cancer patient.

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Pardon and Parole Board recommends commutation for 22 people being assisted through campaign

The Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board voted Wednesday to recommend sentence modifications for 22 inmates who are being assisted...

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Enable Midstream set various records in the third quarter.

Enable Midstream Partners set numerous record during the third quarter involving the amounts of natural gas it gathered and...

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#ThrowbackThursday: 'United America' stickers a postelection campaign

Following the November 1940 elections, U.S. political leaders were calling for national unity and cooperation. The Daily...

The OK -- The Health Issue

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I turned seven in 1968, the youngest of four, but old enough to remember the dinner table disagreements that sometimes grew heated. My dad, a combat veteran of World War II, at that point, still supported America's involvement in Vietnam. My...

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Governor-elect begins transition, seeks mix of experience on his team

Gov.-elect Kevin Stitt said Oklahomans should expect substantial change in the way state government operates, how the budget is...

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Blue Cross of Alabama to drop OxyContin coverage in 2019

Alabama's largest health insurer will stop covering OxyContin prescriptions as part of an effort to deter opioid abuse....

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Man, 98, fighting for life after robbery

A 98-year-old man is fighting for his life after he was attacked and robbed in his home. Peter Gouldstone was found with...

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Second person dies from Monday collision in northeast Oklahoma City

A second victim has died as a result of a collision Monday in northeast Oklahoma City

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Former Oklahoma zookeeper Joe Exotic accused of killing tigers, selling tiger cubs illegally

Federal prosecutors add charges against Joe Exotic, say he killed tigers and sold cubs illegally.

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Kenneth Nash obituary

"He was the kind of guy who wasn't afraid to make a decision," police Chief Bill Citty said. "He wasn't afraid to stand his...

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Family searching for woman's killer nearly a year after her death

Nearly a year after her mother was killed, an Oklahoma City woman is pleading for anyone with information in the death to come...

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Governor-elect Kevin Stitt begins transition phase

Hours after his election, the governor-elect visited The Oklahoman's video studio to discuss his plans for the future.

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5 things to know about Oklahoma's election

Five considerations after Election Day in Oklahoma.

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Parties swap urban, rural seats; GOP comes out ahead

Republicans took rural Democratic seats, and Democrats picked up urban GOP districts.

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Teacher commits suicide in classroom

ROSENBERG, Texas (KTRK) -- A middle school teacher who school officials believe committed suicide died after being found...

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Voters retain Supreme Court justices, appellate judges

Four Oklahoma Supreme Court justices and eight appellate judges were retained Tuesday, according to election results. The...

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OKC district continues community 'Pathway to Greatness' meetings

The meeting at Northwest Classen High School was the second of five community meetings to gather input on the project, which...

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Two Oklahoma County district judges defeated

Four Oklahoma County judicial races were on the ballot Tuesday. A longtime district judge and a relatively new district judge...

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Republican Pinnell wins lieutenant governor race

Republican Matt Pinnell easily beat Democratic state Sen. Anastasia Pittman and independent Ivan Holmes to win the race for...

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Q&A with Teresa Moore: Arvest Bank helps single parents graduate college, overcome poverty

Q&A with Teresa Moore: Arvest Bank helps single parents graduate college, overcome poverty

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Couples celebrating 50 years or more of marriage.

Anniversaries for Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018.

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Adopt a pet: Oklahoma City-area pet adoption options

Adopt a pet: Oklahoma City-area pet adoption options.

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Despite heavy turnout, no major polling problems reported Tuesday

Elections officials and observers reported no major problems at polling places Tuesday despite heavy voter turnout.

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OKC Sex shops rules relaxed

The Oklahoma City Council voted Tuesday to relax zoning regulations on stores carrying adult products, heading off a...

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Children build playgrounds of the future during competition

Students from eight Oklahoma City public schools invented playground equipment of the future in the recently expanded Design+Do...

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Reunions: Oklahoma high school reunion listings

Reunions: Oklahoma high school reunion listings

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SQ 793 narrowly defeated; victims' rights question only one approved by voters

State Question 793 didn't pass the eye test in the minds of voters Tuesday. State Question 794, commonly known as Marsy's Law,...

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Bob Anthony will get six more years as a corporation commissioner, voters decided on Tuesday.

Oklahoma Corporation Commissioner Bob Anthony cruised to victory Tuesday. Anthony will be serving a final term because of...

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OKC-County Health Department's west clinic closed for renovations

The Oklahoma City-County Health Department’s clinic on NW 10 will be closed for at least two weeks.

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Teacher education majors inspire kids at 'Ancient Civilizations' interactive museum

Teacher education students at Oklahoma Baptist University hosted an interactive social studies museum for local fifth-grade...

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Oklahoma attorney general, state schools superintendent and other statewide GOP candidates win easily

Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter won election Tuesday to the position he was appointed to last year after Scott Pruitt...

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Oklahoma County race goes down to the wire

Oklahoma County voters were split almost evenly in their choice for county assessor Tuesday, but in the end Republican Larry...

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Despite wage growth, manufacturers have hard time filling jobs

At CNH Industrial's factory in Racine, Wisconsin, workers are building bright red Case IH tractors the company's known for, and...

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See the winners of this year's Readers' Choice Awards

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Readers’ Choice marks 25 years of the best in OKC

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Accused Tulsa County judge loses re-election

District Judge James Caputo came under investigation after a witness in a racketeering case identified him as a patron of an...

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Nikki Nice wins Ward 7 council seat

Radio personality Nikki Nice was elected Oklahoma City's Ward 7 councilwoman Tuesday, inheriting the seat formerly held by...

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Capitol Hill High School alumni choir honors former director with vocal performances

A group of seniors who performed in Capitol Hill High School’s acclaimed concert choir in the 1960s and ’70s are recapturing...

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Thunder storms Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics

The Oklahoma City Thunder made a surprise visit recently to the Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics.

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Parents raise concerns after 10-year-old Missouri boy attempts to take his own life

NEVADA, Mo. -- A 10-year-old Missouri boy is on life support at Children's Mercy after he tried to take his own life last...

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IVF hope for white rhino rescue

A new study raises hopes of saving one of the last animals of its kind. A victim of poaching, the northern white rhino...

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Voices from the precincts

Reporters from The Oklahoman visited precincts in several parts of Oklahoma County on Tuesday to talk to voters about the...

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Dems flip a string of GOP seats in early House returns

WASHINGTON — The Democrats picked up at least a dozen Republican-held House seats across almost all regions of the country as...

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Kendra Horn upsets Steve Russell in an Oklahoma City stunner

In a political upset for the history books, Kendra Horn has broken a 44-year Republican hold on Oklahoma’s 5th congressional...

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Republican Kevin Stitt wins governor's race

Kevin Stitt, a self-made millionaire from Tulsa who vowed to bring a CEO’s playbook to the state Capitol, will become...

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City council lifts zoning restrictions on shops that agree to limit display space of 'adult novelties'

Businesses affected by the regulations indicated they would sue on constitutional grounds.

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View Tuesday's Election Results

Below are the updated results for some of the key elections on Tuesday. For a complete list of all the statewide results, visit...

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Recap: Election Day chat with The Oklahoman's Ben Felder

Join The Oklahoman's Ben Felder for a chat about all topics related to Election Day. The chat starts at 2 p.m., but feel free...

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PC North students to perform 'Wizard of Oz' Nov. 8-10

'The Wizard of Oz' will be presented at 7 p.m. Nov. 8-10 at Putnam City North High School, 11800 N Rockwell.

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Minor issues reported at Oklahoma County polling places

Voters reported a few problems at Oklahoma County polling places Tuesday morning, but elections officials say those issues are...

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OKC man robbed, shot while trying to buy cellphone

An Oklahoma City man was hospitalized after being robbed and shot by another man he was trying to buy a cellphone from.

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Recap: Election Day 2018

View live updates during Election Day in Oklahoma on Nov. 6, 2018.

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Under Armour employees no longer allowed to expense strip club visits

Under Armour says it is "committed to providing a respectful and inclusive workplace," after The Wall Street Journal...

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Emmanuel Macron calls for creation of a ‘true European army’ to defend against Russia and the US

Emmanuel Macron has called for the creation of a “true European army” to allow the EU defend itself from threats...

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Achille man killed Monday night in Bryan County collision, Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported

A man on a motorcycle died Monday night in a Bryan County head-on collision in a no-passing zone.

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Steve Lackmeyer: New approaches can make closed schools community assets

Steve Lackmeyer, OKC Central: New approaches can make closed schools community assets

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Attorney criticizes OKC Catholic archdiocese for comments about priest

The attorney for a Catholic priest suspended from ministry by the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City says he is considering filing a...

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What you’ll pay for Medicare in 2019

DEAR SAVVY SENIOR: I know there will be a small 2.8 percent cost-of-living increase in Social Security benefits next year but...

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Transportation commissioners award contract to replace bridge over Lake Texoma

Transportation commissioners award contract to replace bridge over Lake Texoma

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Contest opens for Paseo retail space

A local entrepreneur is hoping to give someone else a shot. 84 Hospitality Group founder and CEO Rachel Cope got her start when...

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Rare, stronger earthquakes prompted a suspension and the ultimate stoppage of work to complete a Roan Resources well near Bridge Creek.

A series of seismic events centered on a well undergoing completion operations near Bridge Creek has prompted the well's...

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Oklahoma news briefs for Tuesday for Nov. 6, 2018

Oklahoma news in brief for for Tuesday for Nov. 6, 2018

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Man seen taking suspicious photos at OKC memorial arrested on explosive threat complaint

A man seen taking suspicious photos at the Oklahoma City National Memorial has been arrested on a complaint of threatening to...

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Nearly two dozen cases involved in 'commutation campaign' set to have second stage hearing

Nearly two dozen inmates involved in commutation campaign led by Oklahomans for Criminal Justice Reform are set to have a...

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OKC woman deals with cancer again 11 years after she beat it

You’d have to be asleep for all of October to miss hearing about breast cancer: everything from football players’ shoelaces to...

OU football: Linebacker Curtis Bolton says defense, his group must improve for chance at playoff

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NORMAN — Oklahoma senior linebacker Curtis Bolton wasn't about to try to put much shine on the Sooners' defensive performance Saturday night in a 48-47 Bedlam win. “I'm not satisfied,” Bolton said. “I'm not happy with how we played. We've gotta...

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High turnout expected across state for elections

From 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, polls across the state are open to registered voters with races for governor, state...

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Mercy to close El Reno hospital, open outpatient facility

Jim Gebhart, president of Mercy, said the health system notified employees and the city of its plans on Monday. Mercy will work...

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State questions: What to know

Oklahoma voters will see five state questions on Tuesday's ballot. Here's what to know about each measure before casting your...

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Suicides among Japanese young people hit 30-year high

Child suicides in Japan are the highest they have been in more than three decades, the country's education ministry says. In...

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Scientists say mysterious 'Oumuamua' object could be an alien spacecraft

Maybe it's an alien spacecraft. Scientists have been puzzling over Oumuamua ever since the mysterious space object...

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Body of man found in burning house Monday night in Oklahoma City

Body of man found in burning house Monday night in south Oklahoma City.

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OKC district hosts first meeting on possible school closures

"The whole gist of this process is investment. The whole reason we're doing this is we believe our kids deserve more...

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Revised schedule for public hearings to discuss Edmond Plan update

A revised schedule of public hearings has been set for residents to hear the Edmond Planning Department's proposed...

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Sewing guild to stitch heart-shaped bags as service project

The Oklahoma City chapter of American Sewing Guild will finish sewing heart-shaped bags during its monthly meeting on Thursday.

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Edmond nonprofit U R Special to give new clothing to more than 500 children Nov. 9-10

The Edmond nonprofit U R Special will be giving new clothes to more than 500 children Nov. 9 and 10.

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Girl, 15, faces charge in connection with McLoud shooting death of 16-year-old girl

A month after Kaylen Thomas was shot and killed in McLoud, prosecutors have decided to charge a 15-year-old girl in connection...

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Speaker to discuss symbols on tombstones during Nov. 14 genealogy meeting

The Oklahoma Home and Community Education Genealogy Group will explore the meaning behind engraved symbols on gravestones...

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'Morning Music' planned Nov. 10 at Arcadia Round Barn

Singer-songwriter Nellie Clay will provide 'Morning Music' from 10:30 a.m. to noon Nov. 10 at the Arcadia Round Barn.

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China's Xi again talks up commitment to 'free trade'

SHANGHAI, China — For the third time since U.S. President Donald Trump was elected, Chinese President Xi Jinping took...

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Driver who hit Scouts on Wis. road was 'huffing,' officials say

A western Wisconsin pickup truck driver had been “huffing” chemical vapors shortly before he hit and killed three Girl Scouts...

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Collision with injuries reported Monday in northeast Oklahoma City

A collision with injuries between a taxi and a vehicle was reported Monday in northeast Oklahoma City.

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Earthquake reported Sunday night near Bridge Creek

A 3.1 magnitude earthquake was reported Sunday night near Bridge Creek.

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High temperature near 70 degrees Monday in Oklahoma City

The temperature will be near 70 degrees Monday in Oklahoma City.

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Three seek lieutenant governor seat in Oklahoma

Three candidates are vying for Oklahoma's second highest office, with the winner potentially the last to run independent of the...

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Oklahoma premature births at highest level since 2010

An increase of 0.5 percent might not seem like much, but it meant that roughly 250 additional babies got off to a more...

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Maimed Oklahoma legislator downplays heroism

Assailant who bit off top of legislator's ear sentenced to 25 years in prison.

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#OKC Civic Life for Monday, Nov. 5, 2018

William Crum: #OKC Civic Life is a weekly summary of Oklahoma City civic news.

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Powell running as an 'alternative' in gubernatorial race

Chris Powell's campaign represents a milestone as the first Libertarian gubernatorial nominee in state history after he won a...

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Annual bison roundup at Tallgrass Prairie in Osage County

PAWHUSKA — This is about the only time that Oklahoma's bison don't roam. In recent days, officials have been examining about...

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Black widow bites up slightly this year in Oklahoma

The painful bite of the black widow can be life-threatening for some people. Bites are slightly up this year compared to last...

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District to release OKC school closure assessment data before public meeting

Superintendent Sean McDaniel said the meetings will focus on the process and not the end result, adding that no decisions have...

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Will Oklahoma politics see a blue wave on Tuesday?

Oklahoma Democrats could chip away at Republican's strong legislative majority in Tuesday's general election.

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Women who accused fired cop Daniel Holtzclaw of sexual assault are a long way from resolving lawsuits

Almost three years after fired Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw was convicted at trial, the women who accused him...

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Oklahoma Railway Museum making tracks into second decade

The Oklahoma Railway Museum opened in 1999 in northeast Oklahoma City. Two decades later, plans to double in size are ahead.

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State schools chief matched with familiar opponent

John Cox, a Democrat who ran unopposed in the June primary, will get another shot at Hofmeister, a Tulsa Republican who...

Developer unlocks deals for downtown properties

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David Box just wanted to buy the Momentum Building, which at 1111 N Harrison is a prominent connection between Deep Deuce and Automobile Alley.

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Boy, 11, shoots and kills grandmother before turning gun on self, police say

(Meredith) -- An 11-year-old boy is dead after police in Arizona say he shot and killed his grandmother before turning the gun...

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Jury Orders 'Miracle Cure Doctor' to Pay $105 Million to Cancer Patient

A self-proclaimed cancer expert convicted of practicing medicine without a licensenow faces a $105 million verdict in a...

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Catholic priest removed from ministry in Oklahoma

Archbishop Paul Coakley on Sunday announced the removal of the Rev. James Mickus from ministry pending investigation of an...

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Chance for rain overnight in Oklahoma City, freeze possible early Friday

There is a chance for rain early Monday in Oklahoma City. A freeze is possible early Friday.

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OHP trooper charged with domestic violence

An Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper has been charged, accused of attempting to strangle the mother of his child.

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OHP trooper charged with domestic violence

An Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper has been charged, accused of attempting to strangle the mother of his child.

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Five state questions to go before Oklahoma voters Tuesday

Oklahoma voters will see five state questions on Tuesday's ballot.

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Canterbury Voices to mark WWI armistice anniversary

Canterbury Voices will open its 50th anniversary season with Benjamin Britten's “War Requiem” at 3 p.m. Nov. 11 at the Civic...

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Russell-Horn congressional race ends Tuesday, 16 months after it began

The general election race for the congressional seat in the Oklahoma City area is the closest in recent memory. Voters in the...

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Plumley's big night ends El Reno playoff drought

After nine years, El Reno ended its playoff drought on Friday night as it took down Lawton MacArthur 53-42 in a wild shootout.

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Spectacle spending: Walmart, optometrists pour money into opposite sides of SQ 793

Money is moving on both sides of State Question 793, but the differences in sources of funding are stark. The state question...

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What's the future of education in Oklahoma?

The future success of postsecondary education in Oklahoma requires a coordinated effort among K-12 schools, CareerTech,...

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Candidate for Oklahoma County treasurer owes back taxes

Daniel Chae faces longtime incumbent Butch Freeman in Tuesday's general election for Oklahoma County treasurer.

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Oklahoma House candidate apologizes for false endorsement in campaign mailer

LaVelle Compton is an Oklahoma City Democrat. He is running against Rep. Jon Echols, the House floor majority leader.

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OU, NASA partner on satellite observatory project

The University of Oklahoma and NASA are partnering to develop the Geostationary Carbon Cycle Observatory, or GeoCarb, a...

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For first 3 weeks, streetcar will be free

The Oklahoma City streetcar will be free to ride for the first three weeks of service, which is slated to begin next month. The...

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Oklahoma education news briefs for Sunday, Nov. 4, 2018.

Education notes for Sunday, Nov. 4, 2018.

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Edmond commuters to get post-Halloween treat

The $88 million project to widen Interstate 235 to six through lanes and two auxiliary lanes from NW 36 Street to just north of...

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Teacher and state employee pension 'reforms' issue in state treasurer's race

Republican candidates for state treasurer and auditor have amassed huge campaign funding advantages as they seek to hold off...

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Celebrity chef Rick Bayless visits Oklahoma City school

Celebrity chef Rick Bayless visits Oklahoma City school

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Museum to host saloon-style event

National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum will host 'Ante Up!' event with saloon-style games to benefit educational programs.

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More than 200 new laws became active Thursday in Oklahoma

A variety of new laws became active on Nov. 1, but many seemed to try to address the state's recent fiscal issues.

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Vital role of newspaper remains the same even as business changes

When you grow up in the newspaper business it's hard to reconcile the fact that we are now reaching more people than ever...

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Playing tribute: OKC Symphonic Band to perform annual Veterans Day concert

On his first day with the U.S. Navy Show Band, Dennis Jamison blew his horn for 12 hours. “I was in that band for 25 months,...

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SHAPING UP: Oklahoma City's new convention center is about to erect steel

The four-level MAPS 3 convention center should begin rising from the ground this month. The Oklahoma City city council will...

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Newcomers vie for labor commissioner seat

Oklahoma is set to elect a new Commissioner of Labor on Tuesday, settling a three-way race. The race features Republican State...

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Candidates appeal to voters' desire for change

Both Democrat Drew Edmondson and Republican Kevin Stitt have run on platforms of change, but each disagree on taxes, expanding...

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'Beyond Glory'

From originating the role of hard-nosed Col. Nathan Jessup in the Broadway production of “A Few Good Men” to playing...

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Oklahoma health notes for Nov. 4

Oklahoma health notes for Nov. 4

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Insurance Commissioner candidates differ on experience

Voters on Tuesday will be given a choice between two Tulsans for Insurance Commissioner in the race to replace incumbent John...

Oklahoma City cited as excellent place for veterans

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Another Veteran's Day has come and gone, but Oklahoma City is proving itself to be an excellent place for retiring service members. Oklahoma City ranks first and fifth in two separate studies examining the best cities for members of the U.S....

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Cashion powers past Minco for district title

This is the second straight game Cashion has rushed for more than 250 yards as a team.

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Choctaw woman killed in Saturday wreck

A 62-year-old woman was killed in a Saturday morning wreck along a Logan County highway, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported.

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Museum to open 'Beautiful Minds' exhibit

Science Museum Oklahoma will debut the exhibit 'Beautiful Minds — Dyslexia and the Creative Advantage' with a gallery opening...

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Baptist bond: Collegiate ministry at Langston University brings groups together

The Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma and Oklahoma Baptist State Convention have joined forces to revitalize the Baptist...

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Council to take comments on public financing to support development of land around the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum

Development of property around the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum is expected to produce 910 full-time jobs,...

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Oklahoma insurance marketplace has bargains for some

Quirks in prices for health insurance through the individual marketplace could create unexpected bargains for some Oklahomans,...

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Bloomberg-backed PAC will spend $400K on ads to help Kendra Horn

Democratic congressional challenger Kendra Horn received significant outside assistance for the first time this week when...

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Child addiction, mental illness links to be discussed at Tuesday meeting

The Edmond chapter of Parents Helping Parents will meet at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at McLaren's Pantry, 3414 S Boulevard, in the...

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Ruth's Chris Steakhouse to anchor First National

Ruth's Chris Steakhouse, an internationally top-rated chain, is set to anchor First National Center when it reopens in 2020 as...

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Court denies workers' comp benefits to videographer

A former cameraman for an Oklahoma City television station is not entitled to workers' compensation benefits for post traumatic...

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Couples celebrating 50 years or more of marriage.

Anniversaries for Saturday, Nov. 3, 2018.

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Facing criticisms over pre-existing conditions, Steve Russell walks a fine line on Obamacare

Russell has found himself pinned politically between his long-standing opposition to the Affordable Care Act and its most...

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Development doubles: Finishing basement gives Edmond office building twice the space

Doubling the space will allow 10 or general office tenants at 200 N Bryant, compared with two previously, broker Jonathan...

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Bishop McGuinness hosts Career Day, welcomes alumni to speak

The Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School Alumni Association recently hosted Career Day for seniors.

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The Bonhams to hold CD release party

Local band The Bonhams will hold a release party for their new self-titled CD on Nov. 11 at the Arcadia Round Barn.

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Moore won't enforce marijuana ordinances following Broken Arrow case

City Attorney Randy Brink said the city had passed zoning rules restricting where some types of marijuana businesses could...

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Free shoes bring smiles to kids' faces

Friday was a good day for children who attend Shidler Elementary School in Oklahoma City. More than 300 students, most from...

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Oklahoma AG race turns lackluster

Attorney General Mike Hunter was appointed governor after Scott Pruitt left for the Environmental Protection Agency.

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2019 city of Edmond calendars available to the public

The 2019 city of Edmond calendars are now available for Edmond residents.

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Holiday shopping to pop up during Norman's 2nd Friday Art Walk

STASH will be hosting its third annual holiday pop-up shopping party from 6 to 9:30 p.m. Friday in the area of its store, 412 E...

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State briefs for Nov. 3

Prison volunteer among 'CNN Heroes' Oklahoma Department of Corrections volunteer Ellen Stackable is one of 10 finalists for CNN...

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Special agent at Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation arrested after wife accuses him of abuse.

An OSBI special agent, Martin P. Solorzano, was arrested Thursday and is accused of hitting his wife, Jordan Solorzano. She is...

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Mullin says he wasn't calling the Trail of Tears a 'volunteer walk' on Fox News

U.S. Rep. Markwayne Mullin, the only Cherokee Nation citizen in Congress, defended himself Thursday night against claims he had...

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Large search effort for missing McLoud man organized for Saturday around Locust Grove

State authorities are encouraging the public to assist in a widespread search effort for an elderly Pottawatomie County man who...

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Regular streetcar fares to take effect Jan. 5

The base fare for a one-hour pass on the Oklahoma City streetcar will be $1.

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Political State: Election Day is near

Ben, Dale and Justin discuss next week’s big Election Day in Oklahoma.

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Two arrested in OKC child stealing case

A 44-year-old woman and a 50-year-old man were arrested late Thursday after police said they took two children they didn’t have...

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Construction contract adjustments pave the way for operations flexibility, energy savings at convention center

Strengthening the foundation will prepare the building for an additional service elevator and enclosure of the loading dock.

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Stilwell woman dead after Thursday wreck

A 40-year-old woman died Thursday afternoon after a wreck along an Adair County highway, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported.

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State briefs for Nov. 2

Agency to provide volunteer training The Oklahoma Aging Advocacy Leadership Academy is accepting applications for its 2019...

Former Oklahoma prep star Allonzo Trier returns as a Knicks contributor

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The way Terrance Ferguson remembers it, he was in seventh or eighth grade. He was playing for the best homeschool team in the country, but even he remembers Allonzo Trier. Ferguson was always taller than his peers, already dunking before he hit...

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Tens of thousands cast ballots on first day of early voting

With a closely-watched gubernatorial race at the top of the ballot, tens of thousands of early voters cast ballots Thursday,...

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Canadian County deputies remain on leave following fatal pursuit

Five Canadian County officers who shot and killed a man after a pursuit last month remain on paid administrative leave.

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Energy theme briefs

Energy theme briefs for Nov. 2, 2018

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Oklahoma County jail to remain under federal oversight for now

Sheriff said psychiatrist praised jail efforts to address inmates with mental health issues.

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Candidate wives plan to be active in administration

Linda Edmondson and Sarah Stitt, the wives of the top two candidates for governor, both plan to be engaged in their husband's...

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Martha Burger formally inaugurated as OCU president

Martha Burger was formally installed as president of Oklahoma City University in an inauguration Thursday on campus. Burger...

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Oklahoma business briefs

Funding to assist tool to treat lupus Progentec Diagnostics Inc. has completed a second round of funding, allowing the Oklahoma...

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OKC city manager search moves into next phase

The council tentatively will meet Nov. 19 to discuss and possibly interview candidates.

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Dog shoots man, man survives, defends dog: 'He's a good dog.'

A dog named Charlie shot a man named "Tex" on the way to a jackrabbit hunt in the New Mexico desert. “It went through my ribs...

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Finnish soldiers raid a mysterious island and found what people are calling 'secret Russian bases'

Retired to a tiny island in an archipelago between Finland and Sweden, Leo Gastgivar awoke early one morning to...

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More than four dozen seek OKC city manager job

The council tentatively will meet Nov. 19 to discuss and possibly interview candidates.

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OU lays off 50; more likely next year

The University of Oklahoma cut approximately 50 staff positions Thursday in ongoing efforts to bring expenses in line with income.

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Stitt supporters see positive similarities with Trump

In a year when Democrats nationwide are hoping President Donald Trump’s unpopularity with women will provide a midterm election...

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Edmondson casts ballot, Stitt and Powell will vote Tuesday

Democrat Drew Edmondson cast his ballot on the first day of early voting on Thursday, while Republican Kevin Stitt and...