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Many mall shoppers seek answers before heading back to Penn Square

After two shootings at Penn Square Mall in less than a month, mall shoppers and the surrounding community have been asking the...

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Proposals to limit production from Oklahoma natural gas wells made to regulator

Oklahoma is one gassy place. Up for debate is a question about whether the state’s 8 billion cubic feet per day of production...

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Recognizing Nurses still accepting nominations for outstanding nursing professionals

Do you know a great Oklahoma nurse who deserves recognition? Recognizing Nurses, an event presented by The Oklahoman, is...

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Bloomberg shifts message to impeachment as Senate holds trial

In his latest television ad airing in Oklahoma, Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg calls President Donald...

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OKC school enrollment on 5-year decline, more losses expected

As public-school enrollment hit record highs in Oklahoma, the state’s largest school district has trended in the opposite...

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Oklahoma Tobacco Helpline saves lives and millions in health care costs

At the turn of a new year, many people resolve to make changes to improve their lives. That might mean taking up a hobby,...

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Chance at a new car provides incentive for OKC students to get to school on time every day

A carrot is almost always better than a stick. The second half of the school year is underway, which means that Oklahoma City...

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More than 15% of US adults are inactive

More than 15% of the American adult population is physically inactive, according to a new joint survey by the Centers for...

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United Way raises $17.5M in 2019 campaign

United Way of Central Oklahoma celebrated the close of its 2019 fundraising campaign Friday night with its 19th annual...

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CHOCTAW James, Paul Edward: 92, died Jan. 22. Services 10 a.m. Tuesday, Del City Church of Christ (Ford, Midwest City). EDMOND...

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Art Works: Four Oklahoma institutions receive NEA funding for creative projects

On the 25th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing, Robert Mills is working to bring "A Little Peace" to the Civic Center...

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'Glory Denied': Painted Sky Opera to present Oklahoma premiere of real-life Vietnam War saga

In the second act of Tom Cipullo’s acclaimed opera “Glory Denied," Andre Chiang sings of "Teflon cookware, men with long hair,...

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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Perspectives on water rule changes cover wide range

While many Oklahoma politicians applauded the announcement last week of the final phase in rollbacks on Waters of The United...

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Today's prayer for Jan. 26, 2020

God of creation, fill us with a sense of purpose so that we can confidently work to make this a better world. Amen.

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Inhofe, Lankford not persuaded by House impeachment team

After 21 hours of House arguments that President Donald Trump abused his power and obstructed Congress, Oklahoma’s senators...

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Pick 3, Jan. 24: 3-5-8 Cash 5, Jan. 24: 4-14-18-24-27 Lucky for Life, Jan. 23: 11-25-28-33-42, Lucky Ball: 18 Mega Millions,...

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Jailed prosecutor accused of choking wife in front of couple's child

An Oklahoma County prosecutor was jailed Saturday morning, accused of choking his wife in front of the couple's children....

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Norman again at odds with state lawmakers after recommendation to become sanctuary city

NORMAN — As Norman residents push for increasingly progressive policies, conservative lawmakers continue attempts to shut down...

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Cherokee Nation protects medical marijuana patients with new HR policy

Patients with a license for medical marijuana will be protected employees under a new Cherokee Nation employment policy that...

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Multimedia: Weeding through the facts

Local experts discussed the medical marijuana industry in Oklahoma. Here are some highlights from the panel discussion on...

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He got a settlement from a race discrimination lawsuit. A bank wouldn't cash the check

DETROIT - Sauntore Thomas is reeling from a one-two punch. First, the Detroiter sued his employer alleging racial...

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Former Applebee's employee says she was fired for booting customer who made anti-Muslim comments, files lawsuit

MIDDLETOWN, NJ - A former Applebee's  supervisor is suing the restaurant chain, claiming she was  retaliated against...

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Utah scholar to address Latter-day Saints at annual lecture

TULSA — Mainstream members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have not practiced polygamy for more than a...

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Today's prayer for Jan. 25, 2020

God of love, free us from feelings of entitlement so that we might deal with life's challenges with realistic expectations. Amen.

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Feast, celebrating German roots, to benefit Corn Bible Academy

CORN — The legacy of the German Americans who founded this small Washita County town lives on in the hearts of the students and...

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DEL CITY Poolaw, Thomas Anthony: 20, died Jan. 21. Mass 1 p.m. Wednesday, St. Philip Neri Catholic Church, Midwest City (Bill...

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Oklahoma officials intervened with three children killed in Arizona

Police reports from Rachel Henry's hometown of Prague offer a glimpse into her volatile relationship with the father of the...

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OCU School of Law holds inaugural criminal justice reform conference

Robin Steinberg joked that like everything good that happens in New York City, the idea was born over Chinese takeout. One...

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Jury orders John Deere to pay $5 million for Stillwater man's tractor death

STILLWATER — Last week, a Payne County jury awarded a Stillwater woman $5 million in a civil suit that followed her husband's...

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State briefs: Citizen Potawatomi seeks to join gaming compact suit

Citizen Potawatomi seeks to join gaming compact suit The Citizen Potawatomi Nation, based in Shawnee, has asked permission of...

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Dems wrap up case
Trump’s lawyers begin arguments today

WASHINGTON — Closing out their case, House Democrats warned Friday in Donald Trump’s impeachment trial that the president will...

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Police: Homicide victim was on rival gang's hit list

MIDWEST CITY — Police are alleging that a gunman was forced by a street gang to do a killing or be killed himself. Tyrone...

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Video: Impeachment trial of President Donald Trump

WASHINGTON (AP) — The floor of the U.S. Senate now belongs to President Donald Trump's lawyers as they push the Republican-led...

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The 54 greatest teams to play in the Super Bowl: 49ers have three in top 10, but not No. 1

With that in mind as Super Bowl LIV approaches, here are what I believe to be the 54 greatest teams to play on Super Sunday ......

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United States of Oklahoma podcast: Dishing about the Kansas City Chiefs

David Dishman, business reporter for The Oklahoman, and a lifelong Kansas City Chiefs fan, joins The United States of Oklahoma...

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Toxic 'forever chemicals' found in drinking water throughout US

A study released Wednesday by an environmental watchdog group found heightened levels of potentially toxic chemicals in tap...

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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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Video: Impeachment trial of President Trump underway

WASHINGTON (AP) — Senators like to float above messy politics in what's known by some as the dignified “upper chamber," home...

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Engineers, renewable enthusiasts at Oklahoma renewable energy conference discuss advantages, challenges associated with newest technologies

Regulators are going to have to catch up with developers who are installing cutting-edge battery storage technology in Oklahoma...

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EDMOND Barber, Patsy L.: 64, senior branch administrator, died Jan. 21. Services 2:30 p.m. Monday (Matthews, Edmond). MIDWEST...

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Oklahoma business briefcase for Jan. 24, 2020

Noble Research labs certified Four Noble Research Institute laboratories recently participated in the My Green Lab...

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Judge OKs bail reduction for ex-corrections officer

A former female corrections officer accused of kissing and groping multiple female inmates remained in jail Thursday despite...

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Stitt bans state-funded travel to California

Gov. Kevin Stitt is giving California a taste of its own medicine. Citing "Oklahoma's pro-life stance," Stitt on Thursday...

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Rules affecting 4-day school weeks advance to Legislature

New rules that could curtail four-day school weeks were adopted Thursday by the Oklahoma State Board of Education. The board...

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Gov. Stitt and tribal leaders verbally spar over gaming compacts

Gov. Kevin Stitt and representatives of Oklahoma's gaming tribes resumed their war of words Thursday, with Stitt claiming a...

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Ministry and nearby residents reach compromise on proposed tiny home community

A ministry and its surrounding neighbors have come to a compromise regarding the faith group's proposal to build a tiny home...

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Norman student's 'Fortitude' in online poll to pick Mars rover name

A Norman High student has pitched one of nine names that are finalists for the next Mars rover. Anthony Yoon suggested the...

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Dems allege ‘dangerous’ abuse by Trump

WASHINGTON — Pressing through a second day of impeachment arguments, House Democrats rebutted President Donald Trump’s claims...

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State briefs for Jan. 23, 2020

MLK's daughter to speak at OU Medicine Bernice King, the youngest daughter of the late Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta...

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Stitt: 'I want to tell you a true story'

During a public safety forum Thursday, Gov. Kevin Stitt shared a story of two childhood friends whose lives took wildly...

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Woman accused of killing husband charged with murder

A 74-year-old woman who admitted shooting her husband while "they were driving down the road" is facing a first-degree murder...

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"It's very humbling": Oklahoma City's homeless community surveyed during 2020 Point-In-Time Count

Oklahoma City service providers and volunteers on Thursday administered the 2020 Point-In-Time Count, an annual survey of...

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City's partners eye increased budgets for MAPS 3 wellness centers

More lockers. Not enough changing space. Not enough showers. More privacy. Those have been the greatest concerns for men and...

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State Supreme Court strikes down liquor law

Oklahoma’s alcohol distribution system is set for yet another monumental change after the Oklahoma Supreme Court struck down a...

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Names released in Oklahoma Highway Patrol shooting

Authorities have released the identity of a man who was shot and killed Wednesday by Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers. Adam...

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OHP troopers on leave after fatal shooting in Moore

Adam Ray Hernandez, 34, was shot by troopers Joe Kimmons and Clay Anderson on Wednesday at the culmination of a pursuit,...

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Stitt bans state-funded travel to California

Gov. Kevin Stitt is giving California a taste of its own medicine.

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Video: Day 3 of the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump

WASHINGTON (AP) — House prosecutors faced fidgeting senators as they rolled out their case against President Donald Trump on...

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I-235 closure delayed a week

Plans to close a section of Interstate 235 in north Oklahoma City this weekend are being pushed back a week, state...

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Music store owner sentenced in child porn case

A Bethany music store owner was sentenced Wednesday to 40 years in prison for possessing and distributing tens of thousands of...

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OPENING THE CASE

WASHINGTON — House Democrats presented the first day of opening arguments in President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial...

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EDMOND Brower, Julia Earlene: 91, died Jan. 21. Celebration of life 1 p.m. Friday (Matthews, Edmond). MIDWEST CITY Dunn, Larry...

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Prague woman arrested for smothering her three children in Arizona

An Oklahoma mother arrested in Arizona for allegedly smothering her three children was addicted to meth and had her children...

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Oklahoma Corporation Commission considers how tight budget year might impact upgrade efforts

Current revenue projections for Oklahoma’s upcoming state budget and Gov. Kevin Stitt’s efforts to get state agencies that...

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Joe Exotic vows to appeal

A showman to the end, Joe Exotic jumped up Wednesday in court when it came his turn to talk to the judge at his sentencing in a...

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Governor files response to federal Indian gaming lawsuit

Attorneys for Gov. Kevin Stitt filed a response to a lawsuit filed by three Oklahoma gaming tribes Wednesday, asking a federal...

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#ThrowbackThursday: Oklahomans celebrate release of American hostages in 1981

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

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Capitol briefs: Seminole rep will seek upcoming vacant Senate seat

Seminole rep will seek upcoming vacant Senate seat State Rep. Zack Taylor, R-Seminole, plans to run for a state Senate seat...

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Today's prayer for Jan. 23, 2020

God of redemption, encourage us to evaluate our lives honestly and to make changes whenever improvements are needed. Amen.

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Oklahoma Supreme Court hears challenges to independent redistricting petition

The Oklahoma Supreme Court on Tuesday heard two legal challenges to an initiative petition seeking to implement a redistricting...

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OHP investigating deadly trooper-involved shooting in Moore

On Wednesday, a man suspected of stealing a vehicle was shot and killed by Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers in Moore after a...

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Stitt announces OMES leadership changes

The director of OMES will now focus solely on his role as the state's chief operating officer.

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Former Oklahoma mom accused of killing her 3 kids says she smothered them while singing

The 22-year-old mother arrested for allegedly murdering her three children in Phoenix sang to her children as she smothered...

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Joe Exotic sentenced Wednesday in Oklahoma murder-for-hire plot

Former zookeeper Joe Exotic was sentenced Wednesday to 22 years in federal prison.The big cat breeder started a zoo in...

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Seminole representative will seek soon-to-be vacant Senate seat

Rep. Zack Taylor will run for the Senate seat Sen. Jason Smalley plans to vacate.

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Video: Day 2 of the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump said Wednesday he's open to new witnesses at his impeachment trial, a major demand...

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What is coronavirus, and should Americans be worried? What to know about the outbreak in China

The disease is drawing intense attention because of its similarities to severe acute respiratory syndrome, a coronavirus that...

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President Trump impeachment trial: Oklahoma senators see no need for witnesses, White House documents

As the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump got underway, Oklahoma’s senators voted Tuesday against requiring the White...

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Oklahoma Supreme Court finds alcohol law to be unconstitutional

The Oklahoma Supreme Court issued a decision Wednesday stating SB 608, a law regarding the way alcohol is distributed...

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OKC firefighters continue to fight blaze near I-240

Oklahoma City firefighters continue to battle a raging commercial fire that's consumed part of a building near Interstate 240...

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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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Canadian Valley Technology Center adds EKG tech curriculum, monitor tech course

Canadian Valley Technology Center has added new electrocardiogram curriculum. High school students now can receive four health...

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Oklahoma County 4-H chili cook-off, auction to benefit club programs

The annual Oklahoma County 4-H Chili Cook-Off & Auction will begin at 6 p.m. Jan. 30 at the OSU Extension Center, 2500 NE...

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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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Grant to fund lacrosse at Harding Charter Preparatory High School

Harding Charter Preparatory High School has been awarded a 2020 First Stick Grant from the U.S. Lacrosse organization. The...

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Quilters guild to host fabric, sewing 'stash' sale on Thursday

The Central Oklahoma Quilters Guild will hold its annual stash-buster sale of fabric, sewing notions and other sewing and...

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Eastern Oklahoma County Technology Center to be host site for Global Game Jam

Eastern Oklahoma County Technology Center will host Global Game Jam (GGJ) from Jan. 31 through Feb. 2 at the school, 4601 N...

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Oklahoma business briefs for Jan. 22, 2020

Teachers tour rig More than 30 Oklahoma City Public Schools teachers were given an opportunity to tour a working drilling rig...

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Artists, vendors can apply for LIVE! on the Plaza events

Artists, vendors and performers are being sought for the Plaza District's monthly artwalk events that feature art shows, live...

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Science Museum Oklahoma offers sensory-friendly night of crime-solving science

Science Museum Oklahoma visitors will be able to explore the science of solving crimes from 6 to 10 p.m. Feb. 7 during the...

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Edmond Historical Society & Museum hosts 1920s exhibit through Jan. 29

EDMOND — The "1920s Edmond: Ain’t We Got Fun" exhibit that lets visitors step back in time 100 years will end Jan. 29 at the...

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Oklahoma County Republicans to hold precinct meetings

Oklahoma County Republican precinct meetings will be Tuesday at various locations across the county. Precincts will meet...

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Capitol briefs: Democratic lawmaker seeks permitless carry repeal; Stroud Republican to resign from Legislature

Democrat seeks permitless carry repeal A Democratic state representative from Oklahoma City seeks to repeal Oklahoma's...

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Bookings underway for new convention center and hotel

National and international conferences are booking the new Oklahoma City Convention Center for visits going through 2024 while...

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Lawmaker wants to mandate county jails comply with ICE detainers

An Oklahoma lawmaker filed a bill requiring local jails to comply with detainer requests from the U.S. Immigration and Customs...

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Archdiocese adds to list of priests accused of sexual abuse

The Archdiocese of Oklahoma City has revoked the authority of the Rev. Marvin Leven to serve as a priest after substantiating...

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Zoo admission price hike OK'd

Willing to part with your smartphone for a few hours? Groundhog Day at the Oklahoma City Zoo may be for you. While the zoo's...

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Pro bono lawyer to help Oklahoma news organizations

Many Oklahoma news organizations will soon have access to free legal help. Oklahoma was one of five states selected for the...

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Drain game: OKC drains Bricktown Canal in prep for cleaning

Treasure abounds in the Bricktown Canal. Beer bottles and golf balls. Coins and cocktail menus. Sunglasses and action figures....

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Caps on legal fees to private attorneys proposed by Senate majority leader

State agencies and officials would be prohibited from paying more than $10 million to outside attorneys for legal work in a...

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Oklahoma City Community Foundation offers $2.5 million in college scholarships

Nearly $2.5 million in funds from the state’s largest private scholarship program is now available to Oklahoma high-school and...

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TODAY'S PRAYER

God of salvation, Your calls for justice and mercy resonate deep within our souls. Spur us to action. Amen.

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Inhofe says wife progressing nicely after mild stroke

Kay Inhofe, the wife of U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe, suffered a mild stroke but suffered "no damage" and is "progressing nicely," the...

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'It was chaos': Deputy recounts chasing shooter from Penn Square Mall

As he ran out of the doors of AMC Movie Theater at Penn Square to the sound of gunshots, Lt. Justin Kimbrough unholstered his...

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N.H. man strangles coyote after animal attacks his child during family walk

A coyote attacked several people within hours Monday before being killed by a local man after the animal tried to bite his son,...

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Oklahoma City Police searching for missing woman

OKC police are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing 34-year-old woman.

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Air taxis, Hyperloop, self-driving cars: What your commute could look like in 2030

Imagine a time when daily commutes times are cut in half, or when you don't have to own or operate a car at all to get to your...

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State Sen. Jason Smalley resigns effective Jan. 31

The Republican from Stroud is taking a job as senior account manager for Motorola Solutions Corp. “It has been an honor...

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Democratic legislator seeks permitless carry repeal

Oklahoma City Rep. Jason Lowe wants to repeal Oklahoma's permitless carry law.

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Lankford, Inhofe address impeachment trial of President Trump

U.S. Sen. James Lankford and U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe address the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump with The Oklahoman's...

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David Boren out at foundation

David Boren is no longer on the board of directors of a philanthropic organization started by Michael Bloomberg, the former New...

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David Boren paid University of Oklahoma after internal audit

NORMAN — OU employees did landscaping and other improvements at David Boren's personal residence more than 100 times while he...

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BETHANY Marion, Nelson Barton: 66, maintenance technician, died Jan. 14. Services were Monday (Smith & Turner Mortuary,...

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Katz Drug sit-in group serves as honorary marshals for MLK holiday parade

Waving to crowds lining the streets of downtown Oklahoma City, a distinguished group of men and women sat in stylish black...

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Hair braiding regulations up for discussion in Oklahoma Legislature

Soon after Sojourna Worthy moved to Oklahoma from California, she was stopped in the grocery store by a woman admiring her...

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Authorities investigating fatal stabbing of Oklahoma inmate

LAWTON Inmate's fatal stabbing under investigation Authorities are investigating the fatal stabbing Friday of an inmate at the...

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After momentous 2019, Oklahoma City's LGBTQ community looks to future

After enduring decades of resistance, 2019 was a historic year for Oklahoma City’s LGBTQ community. In 2019, Mayor David Holt...

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Fate of Oklahoma scholarship program could rest with U.S. Supreme Court

As the U.S. Supreme Court prepares to hear arguments about public funding of religious schools, Oklahoma Attorney General Mike...

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Trolley car Italian dining to return to Bricktown

Bricktown visitors soon will be able once again to enjoy a plate of spaghetti while dining in an old-fashioned trolley car....

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Pick 3, Jan. 19: 6-6-2 Cash 5, Jan. 19: 2-17-32-35-36 Lucky for Life, Jan. 16: 10-13-15-30-33, Lucky Ball: 08 Mega Millions,...

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The 2020 tax filing season opens Jan. 27: Here’s what you need to know

The normal due date this year will be April 15, with automatic extensions to Oct. 15 available. Here are some themes to this...

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Nearly 30 storage units involved in OKC fire

Oklahoma City firefighters on Monday responded to a fire involving nearly 30 storage units, authorities reported.

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Dining on steak dinners to sack lunches: Lobbyists pay over $600,000 to feed lawmakers, public officials in 2019

Lobbyists spent more than $600,000 buying meals for Oklahoma legislators and other public officials last year, treating them to...

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Back to school: King's remarks inspire educator to return to OC

About 51 years ago, Robert Edison was part of a group of black students booted from Oklahoma Christian University in an...

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Nature & You: Plant leaf shapes are mysterious examples of problem-solving

One of my favorite places to visit is the local garden center. Their selection of living, breathing houseplants is so...

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Program helps moms adjust to life at home with new baby

At first, inviting a stranger into her home felt a little awkward for Ashley Hill. After her son Natalio was born, Hill joined...

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Oklahoma City civic life for Monday, Jan. 20, 2020

They said it "There’s no wasted time in my day." — Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt, commenting on his social media profile and...

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Democratic presidential candidate Bloomberg woos black voters

TULSA — With a nod to history, Democratic Presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg chose Tulsa to talk about economic...

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Trump thanks farmers for their support

AUSTIN, Texas — President Donald Trump thanked farmers Sunday for supporting him through a trade war with China as he promoted...

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Deaths

EDMOND Gilpin, David Lee: 73, retired police officer, died Jan. 17. Memorial services 2 p.m. Thursday (Matthews, Edmond)....

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Oklahoma legislator seeks elimination of Board of Corrections

A top Republican legislator wants to eliminate the state Board of Corrections after a former board member allegedly overstepped...

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MLK holiday activities scheduled

Here is a brief list of some activities planned to celebrate the Martin Luther King holiday on Monday: • The Midwest City...

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OSBI in sex probe asking if David Boren traded promotions for cooperation

OSBI agents have begun a new round of interviews in a major push to wrap up their sexual misconduct investigation of retired...

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Today's prayer for Jan. 20, 2020

God of compassion, we live in a land of great wealth. Remind us that carries with it great obligation. Amen.

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Norman Chocolate Festival is a day for the delectable

Looking over his voting card for best dish, Cooper Hanchett asks if a vote for the Okie Baking Co. would be breaking any...

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What it means to be a Top 10 state, according to Gov. Kevin Stitt

Just call him Oklahoma’s motivator-in-chief. On the campaign trail, Kevin Stitt vowed to make Oklahoma a Top 10 state — a lofty...

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Survey: What is your favorite Icy Drink or Slurpee flavor?

The Oklahoman's Jack Money reported Texas-based 7-Eleven Inc., an international company that operates more than 70,000 stores...

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At town hall, reminders of civil rights struggles past and present

At a town hall meeting Saturday in a predominantly black Oklahoma City neighborhood, there were reminders of the very public...

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Survey: The best taco truck in Oklahoma City

The Oklahoman's Josh Dulaney wanted to see how far $20 would go at Oklahoma City's taco trucks for an upcoming issue of The...

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Flight of the intruders: FAA proposes rules to keep drones out of places they shouldn't go

On a cool April night last year, police helicopter pilot Sgt. Tim Campbell cruised over Oklahoma City about 1,000 feet above...

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Oklahoma City police report second mall shooting in a month

Oklahoma City police responded to reports of shots fired at Penn Square Mall Saturday for the second time in less than a month.

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State briefs for Jan. 19, 2020

State to host aerospace job fair Oklahoma's Aerospace Commerce Economic Services (ACES) program will host a free career fair...

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MLK holiday events are planned

A parade, silent march, bell ringing and several inspirational programs are among activities planned to celebrate the Martin...

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Deaths

BETHANY Mitschke, William James Bryan: 62, died Jan. 16. No services (Affordable Cremation Service, Oklahoma City). DEL CITY...

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Records reveal concerns of deceased GOP redistricting expert

RALEIGH, N.C. — Republican victories in state legislative and gubernatorial elections in 2010 put them in a commanding position...

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Pilots in Oklahoma reported more than a dozen encounters in 2019

The Federal Aviation Administration has received 18 reports of drone encounters in Oklahoma since July 2018. In many cases,...

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Stitt, top aides meet several times with health plan lobbyist

Gov. Kevin Stitt and top aides met several times last year with the lobbyist for WellCare Health Plans as the governor worked...

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Red Cross director comes full circle

Growing up in Okeene, Sid Ellington remembers going with his mother, a Red Cross nurse, to the local hospital where she taught...

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Pick 3, Jan. 17: 4-8-9 Cash 5, Jan. 17: 1-5-23-28-34 Lucky for Life, Jan. 16: 10-13-15-30-33, Lucky Ball: 08 Mega Millions,...

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Today's prayer for Jan. 19, 2020

God of grace, bless the peacekeepers as they seek to bring harmony to this world that is so often filled with conflict. Amen.

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BrandInsight: Doctor says mother’s suffering motivated his special pain treatment

The founder of an Oklahoma City pain center says his motivation for pursuing a better solution for people with chronic pain...

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7-Eleven Inc. announces plan to acquire 7-Eleven Stores, a private company operating in central Oklahoma

Grab an Icy Drink soon if you would like to enjoy a little nostalgia before it goes away. On Friday, Irving, Texas-based...

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Oklahoma County DA says investigator fired over affair

In response to a wrongful termination claim, Oklahoma County District Attorney David Prater reported Friday that he fired a...

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Three arrested after fight during basketball game at John Marshall High School

A fight broke out Friday night during a high school basketball game at John Marshall High School.The fight occurred between...

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Recap: Congresswoman Kendra Horn town hall in Oklahoma City

Follow live developments from Chris Casteel as he covers Congresswoman Kendra Horn's town hall in Oklahoma City. Coverage...

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New ad targets Horn for impeachment vote

A Republican-affiliated group that sponsored ads criticizing U.S. Rep. Kendra Horn before the House impeachment vote last year...

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Oklahoma City bail bondsman charged

Oklahoma City bail bondsman Howard Barnett was charged Friday with first-degree manslaughter over a fatal shooting at a hotel...

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Tablets may soon be available for Oklahoma County jail inmates

Inmates at the Oklahoma County jail may be able to access tablets for communication and entertainment in the near future. The...

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Beautiful Restoration faces challenge

Nearby neighbors are challenging part of a Christian ministry's plan to offer tangible help and hope to women. Beautiful...

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Verdict: Man guilty of murder in OKC deadly drug deal

A 22-year-old Oklahoma City man has been found guilty of murder in a case of a drug deal that turned deadly. Late Thursday, a...

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Unaccountable: Oklahoma lawmakers introduce midwife legislation

Several Oklahoma lawmakers have introduced legislation seeking to regulate or altogether ban certain midwives in the state....

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Not all Girl Scout cookies are the same. Which ones are you getting?

For many places around the country, it’s Girl Scout Cookie season – time to break out the Samoas and Tagalongs.Or, are they...

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Nearly 100 million under winter weather alerts as sprawling storm picks up across US

Nearly 100 million Americans were under a winter weather alert Friday as a sprawling storm is expected to create hazardous...

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Oklahoma faith groups plan events for King holiday

The following events and activities will be held to commemorate the Martin Luther King holiday. • Martin Luther King Jr. Gospel...

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Deaths

EDMOND Miller, Betty: 92, died Jan. 16. Celebration of life 2 p.m. Sunday (Memorial Park, Oklahoma City). OKLAHOMA CITY Bates,...

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Oklahoma County jail employees to get $3,000 pay raise

All Oklahoma County jail employees will receive a $3,000-a-year pay raise, according to the sheriff's office. Employees were...

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Local briefs for Jan. 18, 2020

Applications open at Belle Isle Enterprise Middle School Belle Isle Enterprise Middle School is accepting applications for...

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Today's prayer for Jan. 18, 2020

God of love, grant us compassion for those who are struggling. We all struggle sometimes. Amen.

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Capitol briefs: Legislators file bills, Stitt appoints district judge

Oklahoma legislators file thousands of bills Lawmakers filed 2,240 pieces of legislation for consideration during the upcoming...

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Waving 'Her Flag': Oklahoma artist Marilyn Artus continues her cross-country project celebrating the 19th Amendment's 100th anniversary

Marilyn Artus started 2020 literally wearing a banner marking her home state's place in the history of women's suffrage. The...

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Suspect arrested in Chickasha double homicide

CHICKASHA - A suspect in a double homicide was placed in custody Thursday after a shootout with police.Identified as dead at...

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FBI search for Seminole bank robbery suspect

Law enforcement authorities are searching for a man who robbed a bank in Seminole on Friday.At 1:45 p.m, The FBI said...

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ESPN reporter Edward Aschoff, who died last month, had Stage 4 non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, fiancée says

Edward Aschoff tragically lost his life on Christmas Eve — his 34th birthday — following a brief and sudden illness.

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4 changes that could affect Social Security in 2020

If you’re one of almost 69 million Americans who receive Social Security or Supplemental Security Income benefits, you’ll...

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Most coffee makers are crawling with germs and growing mold, experts say. Here’s why

Have you ever thought about how dirty your home or office coffee maker can get after all those uses?

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Woman dies after being struck by car in Moore

A Lexington woman died Friday morning in Moore after being struck by a vehicle as she attempted to walk across the southbound...

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EDMOND Lookebill, Gaylene L.: 78, died Jan. 14. Services 2 p.m. Saturday, Memorial Park Historic Cemetery Chapel, Oklahoma...

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Flu deaths rise again, first child death reported

Flu deaths rise again, first child death reported The latest weekly flu report shows a child has died from the illness in...

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Patterson, Baylor president among 4 named to OSU Hall of Fame

STILLWATER — Former regents, a major booster and a university president will join the Oklahoma State University Hall of Fame....

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Norman Chocolate Festival a sweet deal for education

As if you needed any more reason to eat chocolate, this weekend it helps support education in Norman. The 38th annual Norman...

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Financial irregularities discovered in audit of Garfield County town

KREMLIN — A state audit of the small Garfield County town of Kremlin has revealed numerous financial irregularities, including...

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Martinez-Brooks to seek council seat

Jessica Martinez-Brooks, who serves as a volunteer on several city boards and as interim diversity officer at Oklahoma City...

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Murder defendant denies planning fatal drug robbery

A murder defendant who took the witness stand Thursday told a jury he did not plan a drug robbery that claimed the life of a...

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Oklahoma lawmakers seek to ban cannabis billboards

Some GOP state legislators want to ban billboards advertising medical marijuana, prevent future dispensaries from being located...

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State briefs

OKLAHOMA CITY Member of 'Central Park Five' to speak at OC Raymond Santana, one of the wrongfully convicted "Central Park...

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Ex-superintendent charged with sex crimes accused of violating terms of release

NEWKIRK — The Kay County district attorney’s office is seeking to revoke the bail of a former longtime Oklahoma superintendent...

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Raising the civic IQ: Elected municipal officers invited back to campus

Civics lessons for elected city officers and those thinking about running for office begin Saturday at Oklahoma City University...

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TODAY'S PRAYER

God of grace, help us persevere when we are confident our actions are consistent with Your will. Amen.

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Capitol briefs: More than 2 million Oklahomans registered to vote

More than 2M Oklahomans registered to vote Going into the 2020 election cycle, just over half of all Oklahomans are registered...

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Heavy rainfall, flooding possible for parts of Oklahoma

Follow current weather conditions from around the state.

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Ardmore woman facing felony drug, child neglect charges after police find nearly 120 pills

An Ardmore woman is facing felony drug and child neglect charges after police allegedly discovered a large amount of...

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Is your eye the next frontier for small screen tech? First look at new smart contact lens

Commercial availability for the Mojo Lens is likely about two years away, with the more immediate use cases in the enterprise...

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Martinez-Brooks to seek Ward 3 city council seat in Oklahoma City

Current Ward 3 Councilman Larry McAtee is retiring when his term ends in 2021.

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Inhofe away on family matter for Trump trial open

The Senate is one man short on the opening day of President Donald Trump's impeachment trial. Republican James Inhofe is back...

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Court papers detail claims in dustup between public relations firms

Social welfare organizations may keep their donors' identities a secret.

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Half of all Oklahomans registered to vote in 2020

The Oklahoma State Election Board shows that more than 2 million individuals are registered.

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Oklahoma members vote along partisan lines on impeachment managers

Oklahomans in the U.S. House voted along partisan lines Wednesday on the resolution appointing members to prosecute the...

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Recent reforms lead over 30% decrease in average inmate population at Oklahoma County jail

The average number of inmates at the Oklahoma County jail has decreased by over 30%, which community leaders attribute to new...

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'No definitive plans' to close any Oklahoma prisons, director says

The Oklahoma Department of Corrections has “no definitive plans” to close any prisons, Director Scott Crow said Wednesday. Sen....

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Capitol briefs: Legislators eye halting Oklahoma's death penalty

Legislators eye halting Oklahoma's death penalty State Rep. Jason Dunnington, D-Oklahoma City, filed House Bill 2876 to end use...

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Pardon and Parole Board recommends commutation for another 149 people eligible for single-stage docket

The Pardon and Parole Board voted Wednesday to recommend commutation for another 149 nonviolent drug offenders who were...

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Co-defendant testifies at OKC murder trial

A man who admitted pulling the trigger during a fatal drug robbery told a jury Wednesday he didn't mean to kill the son of a...

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OSU receives $50 million to transform agriculture college

STILLWATER — A $50 million gift will rename and rebuild the agricultural college at Oklahoma State University and brings one of...

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Legislator pushes bills to help homeless youth in Oklahoma City

An Oklahoma legislator is working with the Oklahoma Department of Human Services to slash red tape that can prevent...

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Avana Apartments sale sets record for downtown OKC

A new record sale price has been set for downtown rental properties with the recent purchase of the Avana Arts Apartments....

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#ThrowbackThursday: MLK birthday observed 50 years ago

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

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Search warrant executed at Tinker housing office, Inhofe says

The Air Force and Environmental Protection Agency executed a search warrant at the offices of the private contractor...

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OKC mother honored for community work, philanthropy

Judy Love, of Oklahoma City, has been named the 2020 Oklahoma Mother of the Year by the national nonprofit American Mothers...

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Today's prayer for Jan. 16, 2020

God of mercy, during times when our lives feel empty, quietly remind us that only means there is plenty of room for love to...

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Oklahoma could see 'Make America Great Again' license plates

The license plates would allow Oklahomans to show their support for President Donald Trump.

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Kansas man requests ‘trial by combat’ with Japanese swords to settle custody battle with ex-wife

A Kansas man asked an Iowa court to grant his motion for trial by combat, so he can meet his ex-wife and her attorney “on the...

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Raising the civic IQ: Elected city leaders invited back to campus

A partnership of the Oklahoma Municipal League and Oklahoma City University offers a "Learn to Govern" certificate.

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Proposal would end Oklahoma death penalty

Proposal would end Oklahoma death penalty

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Oklahoma lawmakers propose 'MAGA' license plate options

State Sens. Nathan Dahm, R-Broken Arrow, and Marty Quinn, R-Claremore, have filed legislation to create "Make America Great...

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Military officials: 3 in custody after live mortar round found in their vehicle at gate to Pearl Harbor base

HONOLULU (AP) — Military officials: 3 in custody after live mortar round found in their vehicle at gate to Pearl Harbor base.

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Police-scanner watchdog Robert Moose dies

Robert Moose was a man in the know. Whether that was following news from around the world, relaying information about severe...

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Trial begins about slaying tied to pot sale

The son of a former county sheriff was unaware of the "death trap" that awaited him and his best friend when they drove four...

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Wildlife artist to provide demonstration for Edmond Arts Association

EDMOND — The Edmond Arts Association's January program will include a demonstration by wildlife artist Claire Holloway....

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Norman residents invited to annual Mayor’s Interfaith Breakfast on Jan. 20

NORMAN — Mayor Breea Clark and the Norman Human Rights Commission are inviting the community to the annual Mayor's Interfaith...

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Speaker to discuss organizing genealogy research at Edmond meeting

Family researchers whose genealogy research has become disorganized, haphazard information might benefit from the Edmond...

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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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Norman Water Treatment Plant back online after water line repair

Norman’s Water Treatment plant is back online and producing drinking water for residents after water line repairs at the...

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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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The Oklahoman wants to share your news events, achievements

To have your metro-area community events and news considered for publication, please send details and contact information to...

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Chisholm Trail Museum to host Depression-era photography exhibit

KINGFISHER — The Chisholm Trail Museum will host the exhibit “Photographing the Plains: Farm Security Administration,...

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Yukon district announces partnership with SWOSU

Yukon Public Schools and Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford have entered into a partnership to provide...

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UCO to host events commemorating Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy

EDMOND — In observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the University of Central Oklahoma will host King Week with events...

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Putnam City School Museum to honor four with Lifetime Service awards

Four longtime volunteers will be honored as the 2020 recipients of Lifetime Service Awards presented by the Putnam City Schools...

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Bill would require racial impact statements for future criminal justice legislation

To address racial disparities in Oklahoma’s justice system, future criminal justice legislation may have to go through an...

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Juvenile Affairs board OKs changes to construction project The Oklahoma Board of Juvenile Affairs on Tuesday approved about...

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TODAY'S PRAYER

Almighty God, as we survey the heavens on cold winter nights, we are awed by the vastness of Your creation. Help us find our...

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Brief for Oklahoman Business cover on Jan. 15, 2020

TULSA EDC net income falls Educational Development Corp. reported Tuesday its year-over-year net income fell in the third...

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Former OKC elementary to be converted to a film studio

A former elementary school in far east Oklahoma City may find itself at the center of a pivot in the film and television...

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I-235 closure planned for weekend of Jan. 24

Interstate 235 will be closed to through traffic at the Interstate 44 interchange during the weekend of Jan. 24, state...

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OKC school district reports progress, unease from consolidation plan

Tremors from a massive shake-up in Oklahoma City Public Schools are still rumbling one full semester since district...

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Bill filed to allow firearms inside state Capitol

Some lawmakers hope 2020 will be the year firearms are finally allowed inside the state Capitol. A newly filed bill from Rep....

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OnCue set for site of former Founders Bank in OKC

OnCue is set to build a new station on the block that was once home to the midcentury landmark Founders Bank building. The...

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Horn introduces bill to rename downtown post office for Clara Luper

Led by Rep. Kendra Horn, Oklahoma members of the U.S. House on Tuesday sponsored legislation to rename the downtown Oklahoma...

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BETHANY Houston, Edward Raymond Jr.: 97, Church of the Nazarene pastor, died Dec. 3. Memorial services 10 a.m. Friday, Bethany...

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Stitt signs 774 commutations during first year in office

Gov. Kevin Stitt signed 774 commutations, 290 pardons and 101 paroles during his first year in office, his office announced...

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'They want them gone': Norman parents complain of school devices

NORMAN — Dozens of Norman parents said they were unhappy with technology use in the city's public school district, with fears...

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Student fatally shot at Texas high school; suspect arrested

A student was shot Tuesday at a high school in Texas and a suspect remained at large, local officials said.Emergency crews were...

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OKC police: Customer attacks manicurists for speaking Vietnamese

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — An angry Oklahoma City woman is accused of slapping a nail salon worker and punching and threatening...

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Officials: Jet fuel lands on playground near Los Angeles

CUDAHY, Calif. (AP) — Fuel apparently dumped by an aircraft returning to Los Angeles International Airport fell onto an...

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Two injured in school bus accident in SE OKC

Two students suffered minor injuries Tuesday when their school bus got into an accident with a concrete truck in southeast...

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Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter files lawsuit against opioid distributors

Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter filed a state lawsuit against three major opioid distributors Monday, accusing them of...

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OU finishes No. 7 in AP Top 25

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — LSU finished No. 1 in the AP Top 25 for the third time in school history, with Clemson No. 2 and Ohio State...

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You can get a free Popeyes chicken sandwich through DoorDash this week

Popeyes and the delivery service are celebrating their new partnership with the deal.

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Deaths

EDMOND King, Dorothy D.: 97, homemaker, died Jan. 11. No services (Matthews, Edmond). HARRAH Manek, June V.: 95, picture frame...

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Public Service Co. of Oklahoma gets recommended approval of its plan to add wind power

Don’t call Public Service Co. of Oklahoma’s plan to add 675 megawatts of additional wind power to its portfolio "Wind Catcher...

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Downtown to grow out, not up, in next decade

A couple of weeks ago I looked back at the last decade, and it was astounding to put together just a glimpse of all the...

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Harding Charter Prep hosts open house for prospective students

Harding Charter Preparatory High School will host its second Prospective Student/Family Open House at 7 p.m. Jan. 14 in the...

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OKC man who killed nephew in 'heat of passion' gets 7 years

A man who admitted fatally shooting his nephew during an argument pleaded guilty to a lesser charge and was sentenced to seven...

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High court rejects Oklahoma City killer's final appeal

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected the appeal of Oklahoma death row inmate Carlos Cuesta-Rodriguez, who was convicted of...

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Abandoned horses find new life in Edmond

EDMOND — When Ken Friend learned a job transfer meant moving his family to California from the small farm they’d been living on...

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BRICK BY BRICK

A former flooring warehouse in Bricktown is disassembled Monday a crew uses heavy equipment to demolish the structure,...

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This year's flu vaccine is not a good match for the virus hitting the nation

This season's influenza vaccine does not match the unusual viral strain that is dominating flu activity across the United...

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Avoiding the ER
Better care alternatives for children with the flu

Winter is a busy time of year in the emergency room, so if you’re the parent of a child sick with the flu, consider your...

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Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt on quest to read book to every local elementary

Mayor David Holt is on a quest. With a book in hand, he hopes to read to children at every elementary school in Oklahoma City...

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Pot petitions face pushback from medical marijuana advocates

Two initiative petitions to legalize recreational marijuana in Oklahoma have divided the state’s burgeoning medical marijuana...

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Booker ends presidential bid after polling, money struggles

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Democrat Cory Booker dropped out of the presidential race Monday, ending a campaign whose message of...

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Nature & You: Behavior of winter season’s wild birds is odd

As shocking as it is for me to hear, I have discovered that not everybody shares my fascination with the birdwatching hobby. To...

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Construction to begin on Tulsa's Gilcrease Expressway

After decades of planning and waiting, construction is expected to begin in earnest in February on the west leg of the...

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Statewide rape kit tracking system takes effect

Sexual assault survivors will now be able to monitor the location and status of their rape kit through a statewide electronic...

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Sheriff's deputy announces campaign for Oklahoma County sheriff

Sheriff’s office deputy Mike McCully announced last week he intends to run for Oklahoma County sheriff. McCully, 63, stationed...

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OKC civic life for Monday, Jan. 13, 2020

They said it "I'll bet you never thought you'd see me humbled enough to cry." — Longtime Oklahoma City Councilwoman and...

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US to send home some Saudi military students

WASHINGTON — The United States is preparing to remove more than a dozen Saudi military students from a training program and...

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Creative message: Story of slain, beatified priest is told in book and puppet format

Dressed in a white robe and his colorful Guatemalan stole, Blessed Stanley Rother spoke to a group of metro area children....

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Deaths

MINCO Charlton, Walter Ray: 94, retired sheet metal mechanic, died Jan. 10. Services 2 p.m. Wednesday, First Baptist Church...

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Pick 3, Jan. 11: 5-3-1 Cash 5, Jan. 11: 16-21-26-32-33 Lucky for Life, Jan. 9: 01-14-21-28-37, Lucky Ball: 12 Mega Millions,...

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Today's prayer for Jan. 13, 2020

God of wisdom, they say patience is a virtue, but procrastination is a fault. Help us distinguish between the two as we seek to...

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Northwest hospitality: Two faded Northwest Expressway hotels get a fresh start

Two Northwest Expressway hotels, once top destinations for both visitors and locals, are being brought back to life under new...

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Stitt wants state schools superintendent to be appointed, not elected

Gov. Kevin Stitt wants Oklahoma's state schools chief to be appointed, a move that would give the governor more control over...

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At town hall, Horn disputes claims that colleagues sympathized with dead Iranian general

BETHANY — U.S. Rep. Kendra Horn said Saturday that a Democratic resolution to check President Donald Trump’s military actions...

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Monks in the marketplace: Monastery rejects suggestions for cannabis-growing enterprise

SHAWNEE — St. Gregory's Abbey has become known for the honey produced from its bee hives and fresh eggs from a flock of...

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How should we cover Oklahoma’s Legislature? Tell us

It’s a new year, and that means the start of Oklahoma’s 2020 legislative session is right around the corner. The four-month...

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State briefs: Leaders of historically black towns to be honored

OKLAHOMA CITY Leaders of historically black towns to be honored Leaders from historically black towns of Oklahoma will be...

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Good results seen from OKCPS commitments

Welcome to the New Year, new decade and continued promise for Oklahoma City Public Schools. A promise is, by definition, the...

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Deaths

BETHANY Romano, Vincent A. “Vince”: 86, retired Seagate Technology account manager, died Jan. 9. Wake 7 p.m. Monday. Mass 10...

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Record numbers sign up for health coverage

A record number of Oklahomans signed up for health coverage through the Affordable Care Act’s federal exchange for 2020 despite...

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Today's prayer for Jan. 12, 2020

God of salvation, help us live our lives in such a way that those who witness our actions will know Your heart. Amen.

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We seek your Women of the Century to commemorate 19th Amendment

Few events in American history transformed our nation as momentously as the ratification of women’s right to vote 100 years...

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Recap: Congresswoman Kendra Horn town hall in Oklahoma City

Follow live updates from Chris Casteel as he covers Congresswoman Kendra Horn's town hall in Oklahoma City.

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A company repossessed and returned a vet's prosthetic legs. He still can't use them

COLLINS, MISSISSIPPI — A man walked into a nursing home for military  veterans two days before Christmas, picked up Jerry...

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House passes bill to curb chemicals found in some Oklahoma water

The U.S. House approved a bill Friday aimed at curbing exposure to chemicals that have contaminated water at military...

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Norman dispute headed to court

NORMAN — Four former mayors on Friday asked a judge to block a citywide vote on the future of development at University North...

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Woman gets 25 years in prison for fatally stabbing neighbor

A woman who admitted to fatally stabbing a neighbor during a fight over strewn mail was sentenced to 25 years in prison Friday...

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Oklahoma criminal justice reform task force requests extension

A governor-created task force charged with making criminal justice reform recommendations has asked for a one-year extension to...

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Opioid manufacturer Endo Pharmaceuticals reaches $8.75 million settlement with Oklahoma

Drug manufacturer Endo Pharmaceuticals has agreed to pay Oklahoma $8.75 million to resolve potential litigation over the...

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Medicaid expansion qualifies for ballot; Stitt to set election date

Oklahoma voters will get to decide sometime this year whether the state should expand Medicaid. An initiative petition asking...

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Amazon's Ring fires four employees for snooping on customers' doorbell camera video feeds

The Amazon-owned security camera company Ring fired four employees who abused internal access and spied on customers.In...