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Edmond North cross country coach runs across Oklahoma while 'living on gas station food'

James Strahorn is running across the state. The new Edmond North cross country coach will be the first person to run from the...

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OKC business owner arrested with illegal pot plants, police say

An Oklahoma City business owner was arrested for alleged illegal possession of $1,500,000 worth of marijuana shortly after he...

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Nic's Place reopens as diningscape continues to re-emerge

The Oklahoman's Food Dude Dave Cathey ventures into the 405 diningscape to visit with Nic Nicholas about reopening Nic's and...

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OKC Foundation to fund nonprofits that help youth

The Oklahoma City Community Foundation announced Thursday that it is awarding $127,500 to eight central Oklahoma nonprofits...

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OKC Municipal Court to start phased reopening

Beginning June 1, the Oklahoma City Municipal Court will start a phased reopening unless public health conditions...

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Confirmed total COVID-19 cases up to 6,270 in Oklahoma; 326 deaths

The Oklahoma State Department of Health announced Thursday there have been 6,270 total coronavirus cases in Oklahoma.

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Tribes receive federal aid to fight COVID-19

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced Thursday that it awarded about $1.2 million to four tribes in...

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Body found in Oklahoma creek believed to be 2nd missing child

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — A body found in an east Tulsa creek is believed to be that of a second missing toddler who disappeared with...

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Rebuilding America: Some pandemic changes at grocery stores seen as permanent

An uncertain new normal is being looked at by businesses throughout Oklahoma, including those largely spared the loss of...

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Rebuilding America: Retailers, big and small, adapting to challenges of pandemic

Retail is reopening across the country, though stores are not quite back to business as normal and others are learning from the...

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Future remains at arm's length for hospitality industry

Hal Smith Restaurant Group, with 80 properties across seven states, was one of the first affected by the coronavirus pandemic...

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Oklahoma schools 'likely' to have disruptions this fall, officials say

The 2020-21 school year is “likely to include short-term disruptions” because of the coronavirus, the Oklahoma Education...

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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Auto dealers look to rebound from effects of COVID-19

NORMAN — Things don't look quite the same at Fowler Toyota of Norman, where service worker Dirk Ness sprays an incoming...

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Rebuilding America: Coronavirus causes health officials to open a new playbook

Higher prices for services, more restrictive access for visitors, virtual appointments by video and care from health...

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Local support will drive effort to rebuild Oklahoma

There’s a school for girls in Uganda where young victims fled the clutches of Joseph Kony and his Lord’s Resistance Army. They...

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Banking slows overall, but more are going mobile

COVID-19 has pushed more people online in their everyday transactions, including those with banks. While mobile banking was...

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Sports' return will be a big boost of normalcy

Do we miss sports? My pal Jeff Lewis is ready for football to return. He said the other day he and his parents were watching...

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Local sports leaders are game to play, safely

David Jackson has spent sleepless nights thinking about the possibility of no high school football this fall. He shudders even...

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Rebuilding America: Oklahoma City history filled with triumphs over adversity

At first glance, the economic forecasts and an energy industry in crisis seem to paint a dismal picture for Oklahoma City’s...

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Masks, temperature checks, empty rows: Post-coronavirus concerts could look very different

Artists are starting to test the waters of live music in a coronavirus world. But already, fallout from the pandemic is making...

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Will we ever go to movie theaters again? And are the Oscars even happening? We have answers

When can fans expect to see their favorites in theaters again? Experts answer a few burning questions about the uncertain...

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'Rebuilding America' chronicles the reopening of the US after coronavirus pandemic closures

The reopening of America is a story of businesses adapting to a new normal, one where customers are at least 6 feet apart, and...

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COVID-19 will change the way we buy cars forever. Here's how

The exhausting and enigmatic car-buying process at bricks-and-mortar stores will be a relic of the past in the aftermath of the...

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What’s the future for Disney, Universal and other theme parks around the US?

Just about any theme park visit will prove to be a different experience for those who visit.

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Rebuilding America: Will grocery shopping ever be the same after the pandemic?

The grocery industry isn't talking about normal for the rest of 2020. It's talking about the "new normal" and what lies beyond.

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Rebuilding America: What will health care look like after COVID-19?

What will the future of medicine look like as the U.S. adapts to the new pandemic landscape? Expect more remote doctor visits,...

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What a surge in decks and paint sales in the midst of a pandemics says about economic recovery

Stuck at home in a paralyzing health crisis, people across America finally tackled long-delayed, home-improvement projects that...

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A New America: Coronavirus demands new approaches, products and hopes

America will rebuild. But much like shop owners removing boards off windows in the wake of a natural disaster, Americans aren't...

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Video tours? Suburbs vs cities? Buying, selling a home to look different after COVID-19

Applications to buy a home are again on the rise as states lift orders to stay inside. But the pandemic has altered how...

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Rebuilding America: 'Life-changing event' of COVID-19 could alter how we work, spend and retire

Many Americans are grappling with a future that may mean fewer jobs at stores and restaurants and more technology positions.

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What schools will look like when they reopen: Scheduled days home, more online learning, lots of hand-washing

Bringing kids back to school presents major worries about health, not so much for children – who seem to be less at risk for...

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Nonprofit Notes

Junior League Leadership Institute graduates 25 The Junior League of Oklahoma City has recognized 25 members for completing its...

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Bodies found may be missing Tulsa children

TULSA — Authorities are working to determine whether bodies recovered in a Tulsa Creek and the Verdigris River are those of two...

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ACTS OF KINDNESS

Restaurant and rapper partner for TEEM effort A metro-based rapper and a local restaurant recently joined forced to show...

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OU parent sues for fee refund

The father of a University of Oklahoma student has sued the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education to recoup fees for...

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CANTON Martin, Wilma N.: 83, retired schoolteacher, died May 26. Services 2 p.m. Saturday, Canton United Methodist Church...

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Shelley Zumwalt tapped to lead state employment office

The Oklahoma Employment Security Commission has named Shelley Zumwalt as the agency's interim director. Zumwalt will lead the...

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Medicaid expansion campaign kicks off with ads, tour

The drive to expand Medicaid in Oklahoma kicked off this week with a major television advertising campaign and a tour of...

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Oklahoma AG paid D.C. firm $200,000 for help on Creek case

Attorney General Mike Hunter’s office spent just over $200,000 for outside legal help this year on a high-stakes case before...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Food bank assisting those who test for COVID-19

The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma announced Wednesday that it has partnered with the U.S. Department of Agriculture to provide...

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On executive pay questions, Devon fights back

A proxy advisor recommends Devon Energy shareholders vote against a non-binding question at this year’s annual meeting that...

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Shining Cities 2020 shows Oklahoma City solar deployment grew in 2019

Count Oklahoma City as a “solar builder.” Shining Cities 2020, an annual report released by Environment America and the...

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Norman officer disciplined for sending inappropriate images

NORMAN — A Norman police officer who violated department policy by emailing inappropriate images to co-workers will get to keep...

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Police: Norman officer's email violated department policy

NORMAN — A Norman police officer violated department policy when he sent photos during an email discussion about the wear and...

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Body found in river may be that of missing Oklahoma child

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Police in Tulsa said Wednesday that a body found in a river in eastern Oklahoma is believed to be that of a...

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Confirmed total COVID-19 cases up to 6,229 in Oklahoma; 322 deaths

The Oklahoma State Department of Health announced Wednesday there have been 6,229 total coronavirus cases in Oklahoma.

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Video: SpaceX on cusp of launching astronauts, back on home turf

CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida (AP) — SpaceX was on the cusp of launching NASA astronauts into orbit Wednesday, a first for a private...

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Reunions: Oklahoma high school reunions

Editor's note: In an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19, several venues and businesses are temporarily closed. Please...

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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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Grandparents raising grandchildren may apply for fall school supply assistance

Sunbeam Family Services is accepting fall school supply assistance applications for grandparents who are raising their own...

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Mustang Schools transitions into summer meals

Mustang Public Schools has announced its summer meal service plan. Beginning this week, meals will be available at the...

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Adopt a pet: Oklahoma City-area pet adoption options

Editor's note: Please contact area shelters before visiting. Some shelters may be closed, have adjusted hours of operation or...

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National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum announces exhibit extensions

Now that the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum has reopened to the public, many of the current exhibitions have...

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John Rex Charter School names lead administrator

Dean Ketchum, a teacher and administrator with nearly 30 years’ experience, has been named the next head of school at John Rex...

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Deaths

ARDMORE Brunk, Nicholas Joe: 77, retired from Michelin Tire Plant, died May 23. Services were Monday (Craddock, Ardmore)....

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Wheatland man arrested on suspicion of soliciting sex with a minor

A 45-year-old Wheatland man was arrested this month for allegedly soliciting sex with a minor and dealing drugs. On May 21, the...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma

The number of positive COVID-19 tests in Oklahoma increased by 47 to 6,137 on Tuesday, while the number of deaths related to...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Integris updates hospital visitation policy

Integris Health of Oklahoma City announced Tuesday that it will update its visitation policy without jeopardizing the safety of...

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OU football: FAQ for plan to re-open facilities July 1

Who has been involved in creating the plan for return? This plan has been developed by our medical staff, which has been...

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Supreme Court: State Question 805 signatures must be accepted

The Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled Tuesday in favor of an appeal from the State Question 805 campaign, requiring the Secretary of...

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Massive mural to help tell OKC's 'beautiful story'

A five-story mural is set to add some color to an 1,100-space garage being built in connection with the Oklahoma City...

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Former AG requests prosecution of alleged Oklahoma exporters of cockfighting birds

Former Oklahoma Attorney General Drew Edmondson has sent emails to federal and state prosecutors in eastern Oklahoma asking...

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Inhofe says Justice Department has cleared him in stock sale inquiry

The U.S. Justice Department has cleared U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe of wrongdoing in the sale of stocks in five companies after a...

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Pandemic behind proposed city budget cuts

Oklahoma City will try to minimize layoffs while cutting jobs in the upcoming fiscal year to make up for the COVID-19...

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Oklahoman staffers on furlough this week

The coronavirus pandemic has hit many businesses hard, including media companies. The parent company of The Oklahoman has...

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States are reopening. But many still require travelers to self-quarantine. Here’s where

See which states have lifted quarantine orders and which still require or recommend them.

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Confirmed total COVID-19 cases up to 6,137 in Oklahoma; 318 deaths

The Oklahoma State Department of Health announced Tuesday there have been 6,137 total coronavirus cases in Oklahoma.

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Museum of Osteology in OKC announces reopening

The 7,000-square-foot Oklahoma City museum, which features more than 800 animal skeletons, announced in mid-March that it was...

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Masks spark public judgment, ridicule among customers as businesses reopen

It’s not just the mask avoiders facing public scrutiny. People who wear masks in locales where businesses are reopening say...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Frontier City announces reopening date, safety protocols

Six Flags General Manager Trevor Leonard spoke exclusively to "Good Morning America" Tuesday morning from Frontier City to...

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Oklahoma deputies on leave after incident at day care; drunken driver was able to endanger kids, director says

Two Tulsa County deputies are on paid administrative leave during an investigation into a disturbing scene involving an...

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Homicide suspected in death of woman found in OKC home

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A homicide investigation was underway after a woman was found dead inside a burning home in southeastern...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Veteran banker, 91, fought COVID-19 and won

The voice on the other end of the cell phone captured Gene Rainbolt's attention as he lay in a hospital room struggling with...

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Oklahoma City Council considers police, fire cuts

Larry McAtee says budget-cutting comes down to needs and wants. Prioritize needs, says the Ward 3 councilman and public safety...

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MOORE McConnell, Joni: 37, elementary schoolteacher, died May 23. Services 2 p.m. Tuesday, Shady Grove Church, Foster (Wooster,...

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Creating buzz: St. Gregory's Abbey finds homes for bee hives in expanded honey operation

SHAWNEE — Wanted: homes for hives. The unusual appeal from the monks at St. Gregory's Abbey generated a surprising response....

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Private school commencement comes under fire

NORMAN — A recent private school graduation ceremony attended by hundreds who sat shoulder to shoulder despite direction from...

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Restoration work on legislative chambers begins

Now that the state Legislature has vacated the building, restoration work on both the House and Senate chambers will get...

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Inmate found dead at Oklahoma County jail

On Saturday, an inmate at the Oklahoma County jail was found dead inside his cell. The sheriff’s office said Matthew Mason, 35,...

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Pick 3, May 24: 1-0-1 Cash 5, May 24: 3-8-20-27-30 Lucky for Life, May 21: 08-11-24-30-33, Lucky Ball: 12 Mega Millions, May...

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New app will help address homelessness in Oklahoma City

This year, people in Oklahoma City will be able to interact with individuals experiencing homelessness in a new, high-tech...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: A timeline of events

View a timeline of events related to the coronavirus outbreak in Oklahoma.

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Missing Oklahoma 9-year-old boy found dead

ATOKA, Oklahoma (AP) — Authorities said Monday that a 9-year-old Oklahoma boy was found dead after having gone missing...

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McKedys to present outdoor concert at Arcadia Round Barn

ARCADIA — The McKedys will bring a live session of Morning Music to the Arcadia Round Barn from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m....

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Confirmed total COVID-19 cases up to 6,090 in Oklahoma; 313 deaths

The Oklahoma State Department of Health announced Monday there have been 6,090 total coronavirus cases in Oklahoma.

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Local dining bobs and weaves for survival

The Food Dude updates the latest news from around the 405 diningscape.

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Stillwater woman killed in southwest Oklahoma highway crash

A Stillwater woman died in a southwest Oklahoma crash on Saturday, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported.

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Oklahoma farmer leaves surprising gift to research

He was still driving the Ford truck he’d bought in 1986 when he died last summer in an accident on his Waynoka farm at the age...

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Mother arrested; Police seek public's help in search for toddlers missing since Friday

Although their biological mother is in custody, two toddlers missing from an east Tulsa apartment complex remained unaccounted...

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Honoring America’s veterans on Memorial Day

Despite limitations imposed by the coronavirus pandemic, many Oklahomans still managed to mark Memorial Day over the weekend....

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EDMOND Altes, Lillian D.: 98, died May 23. Graveside services 2 p.m. Thursday, Bethany Cemetery; services will also be live...

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OKC Civic Life for Monday, May 25, 2020

Quote of the week "Since the south side has historically had so little representation, I was interested in recommending...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: OCCHD is moving drive-thru testing site

The Oklahoma City-County Health Department (OCCHD) announced Sunday that it will move its drive-thru testing operation from the...

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Oklahoman staffers on furlough this week

The coronavirus pandemic has hit many businesses hard, including media companies. The parent company of The Oklahoman has...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: How much did state pay out in fraudulent unemployment claims?

Oklahoma may have paid out tens in millions of dollars in fraudulent unemployment claims since the start of the pandemic,...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Individual, small-business relief proposed

City Manager Craig Freeman will propose Tuesday that the city council add $5 million to the small-business COVID-19 relief...

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Coronavirus, budget woes impede Stitt's priorities

Gov. Kevin Stitt accomplished few of the goals he set for himself at the start of this year’s legislative session. Unlike his...

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Nature & You: A fruitful protein dinner for hummingbirds

I always get a chuckle out of Anthony Oettinger's famous jingle: "Time flies like an arrow; fruit flies like a banana." What is...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma daily update: 77 new cases; no new deaths

Oklahoma's number of positive COVID-19 cases now stands at 6,037, according to the Oklahoma State Department of...

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'People are tired of staying in': Opinions run hot in COVID-19 hot spot

GUYMON — Over the sound of pop music, under a wide-screen TV featuring sports pundits debating when games will return, and...

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Families return to sports fields looking for slice of normalcy

Madelyn Card was tired of playing with a net. The 10-year-old from Norman was crushed when she was forced to stay at home,...

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TSET invests in research to improve state health

Oklahoma is a great state, yet when it comes to the state of its health, there is work to do. We know Oklahomans are concerned...

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Medical director of infection prevention speaks on the future of COVID-19 precautions

Dr. David Chansolme, the medical director of infection prevention at INTEGRIS Health, warns that COVID-19 has not been...

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CDC warns not to delay children's vaccinations

While the world awaits a vaccine for COVID-19, health officials are encouraging parents not to wait on their children's routine...

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Analysis: Who is getting the better deal in $35.5 million SandRidge transaction?

While it’s not clear whether the ultimate sale of SandRidge Energy’s headquarters will be to a private buyer or state agencies,...

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CHOCTAW Tinkham, Ralph Edward: 87, retired aircraft electrician, died May 21. Graveside services 2 p.m. Wednesday, Resthaven...

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Gov. Stitt, tribes submit legal arguments in dispute over state gaming compacts

An Oklahoma City federal court lawsuit between Oklahoma gaming tribes and Gov. Kevin Stitt moved one step closer to a potential...

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Falls Creek youth camp cancellation draws reactions

DAVIS — A metro-area preacher said he knew the decision to cancel the 2020 Falls Creek youth camp would sadden many...

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Diversion Hub to open June 8, help clients navigate criminal justice system

On June 8, Oklahoma City’s Diversion Hub will begin offering services to those navigating the criminal justice system. Located...

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'Covid Romance': OKC Philharmonic violinist Marat Gabdullin forms global ensemble to remotely record an original work

When the coronavirus pandemic temporarily shuttered the Civic Center and put the Oklahoma City Philharmonic on hiatus,...

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Pick 3, May 22: 3-8-6 Cash 5, May 22: 4-6-23-25-29 Lucky for Life, May 21: 08-11-24-30-33, Lucky Ball: 12 Mega Millions, May...

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Oklahoma jobless rate soars to record high

Oklahoma's unemployment rate skyrocketed more than 10 percentage points from March to April to land at 13.7%, reflecting the...

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Holy God, thank You for clearing a path for us through the wilderness and providing the light that guides our way. Amen.

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State Chamber has warning for judge in Epic Charter Schools case

The State Chamber of Oklahoma wants a judge to consider "potential dangers" when making a decision in a legal case involving...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: System to recycle N95 masks on the way

The Oklahoma State Department of Health announced this week that hospitals, health care workers and first responders can...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: 5,960 confirmed cases; 311 deaths

The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Oklahoma grew by 111 to total 5,960, the Oklahoma State Department of Health reported...

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EDMOND Hurt, Ellen Orlena: 90, sales, died May 21. Private services (Matthews, Edmond). OKLAHOMA CITY Adams, Elizabeth Edwine:...

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Development killed by school district halting property sale

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

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Prosecutor suspected of assaulting estranged wife resigns

An Oklahoma County prosecutor suspected of assaulting his estranged wife in front of their daughter resigned after a district...

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Mosquito with West Nile found in Tulsa County

TULSA — Health officials have trapped a mosquito that tested positive for the West Nile virus. As of Thursday afternoon, there...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Regional food bank distributes record amount

The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma distributed a record 6.2 million pounds of food in April in response to the COVID-19...

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Stitt names new health commissioner

Gov. Kevin Stitt on Friday announced Col. Lance Frye will serve as the state's interim health commissioner and lead the state's...

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Two tribes defend new gaming compacts

Two tribes that broke away from other Oklahoma tribes to sign gaming compacts with Gov. Kevin Stitt say the amount of annual...

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Stitt's Medicaid expansion plan appears dead

Gov. Kevin Stitt's plan to expand Medicaid on July 1 appears dead. Oklahoma's Legislature on Friday declined to override the...

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Lawmakers override six Stitt vetoes

Oklahoma's Republican-controlled Legislature resoundingly overrode six of partymate Gov. Kevin Stitt's vetoes on Friday. All...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Chickasaw Nation to open all casinos next week

WinStar World Casino and Resort, Riverstar Casino and all other gaming facilities owned by the Chickasaw Nation will open at...

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TODAY'S PRAYER

God of creation, because of Your love, we can act with confidence when times are difficult. We have learned to live by faith....

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Stitt names new health commissioner

Col. Lance Frye will serve as the state's interim health commissioner.

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma daily update: 169 new cases; three new deaths

Oklahoma's number of positive COVID-19 cases now stands at 5,849, according to the Oklahoma State Department of...

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Free milk to be distributed at Crossroads Church

Free gallons of milk will be distributed beginning at 2 p.m. Friday at Crossroads Church, 8901 S Shields. The church has...

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Alcohol delivery, curbside pickup becomes Oklahoma law

Some Oklahoma businesses will be allowed to continue delivering beer, wine and spirits under a new law. State legislators and...

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Watch: Gov. Stitt to name Interim Commissioner of Health

Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt will name an Interim Commissioner of Health at 9 a.m. today. You can watch the announcement live on...

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Severe weather updates

Follow along with our live updates on today's severe weather chances.

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Week Ahead

HIP TO BE SQUARE: Carpenter Square Theatre will present the first edition of "CST LiveOnline!" at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday at...

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10 dead at Joe Exotic's prison from virus outbreak

A COVID-19 outbreak at Joe Exotic's prison in Texas has killed 10 inmates, more than any other facility or halfway house in the...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Catholic Charities raises $300,000 for assistance

Catholic Charities raises $300K for assistance Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City announced Thursday that...

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Non-infected inmates removed from Comanche County

The Oklahoma Department of Corrections is moving more than 140 healthy inmates from the Comanche County jail that reported it...

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The Nixons drop 'Sonic Boom' EP, featuring first new music in 20 years

Three years after The Nixons first reassembled for an Oklahoma City show, the rock band's reunion continues to reverberate. Not...

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Tulsa attorney confirmed as federal district judge

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Senate on Wednesday easily confirmed the nomination of Tulsa attorney John F. Heil III to serve as a...

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Bark park

Recent pleasant weather and the reopening of Scissortail Park's dog park has attracted some folks to downtown Oklahoma City's...

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Deaths

COWDEN Nabors, Herbert Gerald: 90, farmer and rancher, died May 19. Graveside services 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Sappington Chapel...

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Stitt vetoes $1.2 million for private prison employee raises

Gov. Kevin has scrapped pay raises for private prison employees while preserving $2-per-hour salary increases for hundreds of...

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Oklahoma City now nation's 25th largest city

Oklahoma City is now the 25th largest city in the United States, according to the latest annual population estimates released...

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Thousands of unemployment claims remain 'pending' or denied entirely

Oklahoma's unemployment agency has a backlog of more than 45,000 unfinished or unpaid claims in its system, and those are just...

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TODAY'S PRAYER

God of salvation, You have given each of us gifts and talents. Guide us as we seek to recognize and explore them. Amen.

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David Griffin elected to Inasmuch Foundation Board

Inasmuch Foundation has elected David Griffin, president and CEO of Griffin Communications LLC, to the foundation’s Board of...

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Stitt approves cost-of-living adjustment for state retirees

For the first time in 12 years, most state retirees will see a boost in their pension checks. Gov. Kevin Stitt on Thursday...

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MAPS 4 citizens advisory board named

Teresa Rose Crook, executive director of the Communities Foundation of Oklahoma, will lead the volunteer MAPS 4 Citizens...

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Judge sentences cardiologist to prison for killing motorcyclist

An Edmond cardiologist convicted of driving while drunk and killing a motorcyclist told a judge Thursday that his sobriety and...

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Stitt vetoes key bill to fund Medicaid expansion plan

Gov. Kevin Stitt on Thursday vetoed legislation that would have funded a large chunk of his plan to expand Medicaid on July 1....

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Man who filmed Arbery shooting video charged in his slaying

The man who filmed of the shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery has been arrested on felony murder charges, according to the Georgia...

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From The Newsroom: Listen to The Oklahoman's daily podcast

Welcome to the home of The Oklahoman's daily podcast dedicated to informing readers about the latest headlines, including the...

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Swimming during the pandemic: What the CDC wants you to know before you hit the pool

Looking forward to hitting the local public swimming pool for the first time this summer? Prepare to put a face mask in your...

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US pledges up to $1.2 billion to access 300 million doses of experimental COVID-19 vaccine

The United States has pledged to pay as much as $1.2 billion to get early access to 300 million doses of an experimental...

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NFL player sues United Airlines, alleging he was sexually assaulted during flight

An unidentified NFL player filed a lawsuit against United Airlines, saying another passenger sexually assaulted and harassed...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma daily update: 148 new cases; five new deaths

Oklahoma's number of positive COVID-19 cases now stands at 5,680, according to the Oklahoma State Department of...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Rural heath clinics get $4.5 million for testing

Rural heath clinics get $4.5 million for testing The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced Wednesday that it...

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#ThrowbackThursday: Sidewalk stage for 1946 classical performance

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

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'Dr. Bob' Blackburn to retire from Oklahoma Historical Society

After 41 years of public service collecting, preserving and sharing history, Bob Blackburn will retire from the Oklahoma...

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Deaths for May 21, 2020

EDMOND Friesen, Alma S.: 84, Edmond Public Schools cook, died May 17. Private services (Matthews, Edmond). MIDWEST CITY Sims,...

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Lincoln Plaza renewal continues

Crews have removed graffiti, brush, debris and broken windows at Lincoln Plaza as construction continues to convert the former...

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Feds grant $2.5 million for tribal economic development

The federal government awarded a $2.5 million grant to the Citizen Potawatomi Nation for critical infrastructure improvements....

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: One in two deaths 75 or older

In the two months since the first COVID-19 death in Oklahoma, more than half of those who lost their lives to the virus were 75...

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OKC municipal pools could get budget reprieve

Once proposed for cuts, the aquatics centers at Earlywine and Will Rogers parks could still open this summer but not before...

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Oklahoma to begin sharing coronavirus aid with cities, counties in June

Oklahoma municipalities can begin applying for federal aid to cover COVID-19 expenses. The state has launched an online portal,...

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Nearly 200 evictions filed Monday as Oklahoma County courthouse reopens

When the Oklahoma County courthouse reopened Monday, almost 200 new eviction cases were filed.With 191 cases filed Monday and...

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Democratic groups challenge Oklahoma's absentee voting laws

The Oklahoma Democratic Party is suing the state Election Board over several voting procedures they say "severely burden" the...

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Stitt signs 'anti-red flag' gun bill

Gov. Kevin Stitt signed legislation Tuesday to preempt Oklahoma localities from implementing so-called “red flag” policies....

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Stitt vetoes rural broadband bill

Gov. Kevin Stitt vetoed a bill Tuesday that would have created a Rural Broadband Expansion Council and given the Legislature...

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Stillwater teacher accused of making lewd proposals to former student

Stillwater police arrested a teacher Tuesday on accusations he made lewd proposals to a former student. Officers arrested...

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Stitt: Wearing a face mask a ‘personal preference’

Gov. Kevin Stitt on Wednesday said he’s going to let Oklahomans decide whether they should wear a face mask in public during...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: More than a third of surveyed Oklahomans report struggling to make housing payments

COVID-19 is having a devastating impact on the finances of many Oklahoma households, with 36.2 percent of online survey...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Local entrepreneur strikes a clean blow at COVID-19

After the coronavirus tragically struck the family of Joe Barnes, the local entrepreneur wasted little time striking back. "My...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma

The number of positive COVID-19 tests in Oklahoma increased by 43 to 5,532 on Wednesday while the number of deaths related to...

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Gov. Stitt delivers update on COVID-19, CARES Act funding

Watch the governor's press conference here.

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Hydroxychloroquine and coronavirus: Everything to know about the drug Trump says he’s taking

What have we learned about hydroxychloroquine since it was first mentioned during the pandemic weeks ago? Here’s everything you...

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Stitt vetoes rural broadband bill allegedly at heart of earlier budget feud

On Tuesday, Gov. Kevin Stitt vetoed a bill that would have created a Rural Broadband Expansion Council and given the...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma daily update: 43 new cases; five new deaths

Oklahoma's number of positive COVID-19 cases now stands at 5,532, according to the Oklahoma State Department of...

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OKC apartment fire kills man

An Oklahoma City man died from injuries suffered during an apartment fire last weekend. On Sunday, firefighters arrived at the...

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Deaths

EDMOND Rice, Norma Jean: 71, died May 17. Graveside services 2 p.m. Wednesday, Elmwood Cemetery, Woodward (Shaw, Vici)....

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: El Reno to resume sending violation notices

TSET boosts focus on healthy living The board of directors for the Oklahoma Tobacco Settlement and Endowment Trust (TSET) on...

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Reunions: Oklahoma high school reunions

Editor's note: In an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19, several venues and businesses are temporarily closed. Please...

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Edmond reschedules rain barrel and compost bin distribution event

EDMOND — The city of Edmond has rescheduled the 2020 Rain Barrel & Compost Bin Distribution Event for 8 a.m. to noon June...

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Extra recycling carts to be picked up from Edmond homes

EDMOND — Beginning June 1, the city of Edmond’s recycling contractor, Republic Services, will begin retrieving additional free...

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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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Arcadia Farmers Market to open for season on May 30

ARCADIA — The Arcadia Farmers Market will open for the season at 8 a.m. May 30. The outdoor market at historical Route 66 and...

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Wanting a stroll through the library leads to an internet rabbit hole

What’s a person to do? The COVID-19 shelter-at-home restrictions have shuttered my usual haunts such as the public library. One...

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Lottery

Pick 3, May 18: 7-5-4 Cash 5, May 18: 9-17-26-32-33 Lucky for Life, May 18: 10-27-32-43-47, Lucky Ball: 10 Mega Millions, May...

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Norman police reviewing officer's actions

NORMAN — Norman's police chief said Tuesday the department is investigating the actions of an officer who sent an image from...

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Decision expected soon on whether Sandridge tower will become state office building

The Oklahoma Commissioners of the Land Office are completing a financial analysis and should know in a couple of weeks whether...

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Domestic abuse reclassified as a violent crime in Oklahoma

Gov. Kevin Stitt signed a bill Monday reclassifying several domestic abuse charges as violent crimes. This includes domestic...

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New Oklahoma law will require mental health parity in health insurance

Health insurance companies will be required to cover mental health and substance use disorders the same way they cover physical...

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Achievers

UCO College of Education and Professional Studies awards scholarships The University of Central Oklahoma College of Education...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: DOC staff called on to help following outbreak at Comanche County jail

The state Department of Corrections is helping stabilize the Comanche County Detention Center in Lawton after an outbreak of...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Woman details month-long fight against COVID-19

There were five times in the hospital when she thought she wouldn’t see her family again. Doctors told her that she technically...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: City offices remain mostly closed to public

City government's downtown buildings, including City Hall, will remain mostly closed to the public as executives institute a...

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Adopt a pet: Oklahoma City-area pet adoption options

Editor's note: Please contact area shelters before visiting. Some shelters may be closed, have adjusted hours of operation or...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Nigerian 'ring' being blamed for unemployment fraud

The U.S. Secret Service is blaming a well-organized Nigerian fraud ring for fake unemployment claims in Oklahoma and other...

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Oklahoma to increase oversight of midwives under new law

Gov. Kevin Stitt on Monday signed legislation requiring state regulation of non-nurse midwives. The governor signed Shepherd’s...

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Chef joins ownership of Lua, Iguana Grill

Chef Shelby Sieg has partnered with Aimee Ahpeatone to form a restaurant group that includes the Iguana Mexican Grill and Lua,...

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Coronavirus effect: Pier 1 Imports to close, liquidate all stores

Pier 1 Imports, which previously said it would close half of its fleet of stores, now plans to close all of its locations.

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President Trump holds cabinet meeting

Watch live as President Trump holds a meeting with his advisers. The event is expected to start around 2 p.m.

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'This will kill you': People are warning others following Trump’s apparent use of hydroxychloroquine

Many doctors, journalists and politicians issued stern warnings after the president’s revelation.

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma daily update: 91 new cases; Six new deaths

Oklahoma's number of positive COVID-19 cases now stands at 5,489, according to the Oklahoma State Department of...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Walmart opens drive-thru testing site in Del City

A COVID-19 drive-thru testing site is open in the Walmart parking lot at 5401 Tinker Diagonal in Del City. The new site and...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Should parents worry about new COVID-19 syndrome in children?

Adam’s Journal I’ve read reports of a new syndrome in children infected with the coronavirus. What is it, and how serious is...

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While an OMRF scientist is enjoying his new 'co-workers,' he admits he's ready to get back in the lab

Benjamin Miller, Ph.D., still starts his work days around 7 each morning. But since the pandemic closed his lab at the Oklahoma...

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SandRidge Energy tower to sell for $35.5 million

Mark Beffort, whose property group owns several of downtown's largest office properties, is set to buy the SandRidge Energy...

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Protesters express frustrations with unemployment system

Amanda Williams likes to follow the rules. When the state required nonessential businesses to close, Williams, a hair stylist,...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Drive-in theaters attract eager moviegoers, despite some roadblocks

During a typical spring in the 21st century, a night at a drive-in theater is about nostalgia. During this spring's...

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Deaths for May 19, 2020

CAMARGO Henexson, Shirley Irene: 85, homemaker, died May 16. Graveside services 2 p.m. Thursday, Camargo Cemetery (Shaw,...

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Metro spiritual leaders weigh in: Where is God in the pandemic?

Several metro spiritual leaders recently shared their views on the following question: What is God's role in the pandemic? The...

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Stitt vetoes bill to cut affordable housing tax credit

Gov. Kevin Stitt on Monday vetoed legislation that would cut in half an affordable housing tax credit offered to developers....

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TODAY'S PRAYER

God of grace, in quiet moments we reflect on the depths of Your love and contemplate ways we can share it with others. Amen.

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Baptists cancel Falls Creek youth camp season

DAVIS — Falls Creek youth camp, a summer tradition for church youth groups across Oklahoma and beyond, has been canceled for...

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Edmond man accused of fondling girl in her front yard

An Edmond man is accused of fondling a 10-year-old girl as she played alone in her front yard. Wade Treloar Smalling is also...

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Cash held by Oklahoma City police is missing, audit finds

An Oklahoma City Police Department office that handles millions of dollars in cash lacked adequate controls to prevent theft,...

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Analysis: Launch of Oklahoma City as 'Modern Frontier' hit hard by pandemic

Armed with new attractions, a new convention center and Omni Hotel, next spring has long been envisioned as a chance to...

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Tuttle woman sentenced to prison for embezzling more than $1.2 million

A Tuttle woman was sentenced Monday to four years in federal prison for embezzling more than $1.2 million from her employer,...

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Oklahoman staffers on furlough this week

The coronavirus pandemic has hit many businesses hard, including media companies. The parent company of The Oklahoman has...

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Is day care safe during the coronavirus pandemic? It depends. Here are some guidelines

Parents and day care providers should consider the size of the outbreak in their area and commit to health and safety measures...

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J.C. Penney says it plans to close nearly 29% of stores – or 242 locations – as part of its bankruptcy

Days after filing for bankruptcy, J.C. Penney says it plans to close more than a fourth of its stores.

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'Leave It to Beaver' actor Ken Osmond, known for role as Eddie Haskell, dies at 76

Ken Osmond, best known as Eddie Haskell on TV's "Leave It to Beaver," has died at 76, USA TODAY has confirmed.

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When a coronavirus vaccine is developed, who will be first in line to get it? A CDC panel usually decides

No matter how well-prepared we are, there won’t immediately be enough coronavirus vaccine to immunize all Americans. Choices...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma daily update: 88 new cases; no new deaths

Oklahoma's number of positive COVID-19 cases now stands at 5,398, according to the Oklahoma State Department of...

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CORRECTION: Stitt has not signed 'anti-red-flag' law

SETTING IT STRAIGHT: A spokeswoman for Gov. Kevin Stitt said he has not signed Senate Bill 1081, which would preempt Oklahoma...

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Distributing H.O.P.E.: Oklahoma Humanities announces more than $480,000 in coronavirus emergency grants

On an April afternoon, Marilyn Artus and her family took a trek to the empty Oklahoma Capitol to unfurl a sprawling flag across...

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OKC Civic Life for Monday, May 18, 2020

'Billion-dollar stimulus' MAPS 4 generated an estimated $3.3 million in revenue in the first two weeks after the 1-cent sales...

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Nature & You: Does the bluebird win the popularity contest?

I am of a wont to wonder: Who is it that makes the decisions on which birds receive which names? In addition, I am at a loss as...

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Deaths

MUSTANG Young, Doris Rhae: 89, farmer, died May 16. Services 2 p.m. Wednesday, Mustang United Methodist Church (McNeil’s,...

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State's COVID-19 'insurance policy' is constructed but empty as officials patiently wait to purchase equipment

Construction on Oklahoma's COVID-19 "insurance policy" is complete, but without a surge the renovated hospital rooms remain...

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Supporting mental health, COVID-19 care

This is Mental Health Awareness Month and the nation's largest mental health organization has received local support for the...

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Coronavirus fears causing some people to avoid needed medical care, hospital leaders say

Oklahomans worried about coming in contact with the coronavirus have been avoiding hospital emergency rooms and other health...

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Valley Brook loses court fight over traffic stops

VALLEY BROOK — For years, police officers in this small town best known for its strip clubs have been making traffic stops on...

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Craig honored for 50 years of Senate service

For five decades, Chief Sergeant-at-Arms Bob Craig has defended the traditions, history and decorum of the upper chamber. On...

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Oklahoma may launch marijuana breathalyzer pilot program

Oklahoma could launch a pilot program to conduct marijuana breathalyzer tests to determine if people are driving under the...

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Confirmed total COVID-19 cases up to 5,310 in Oklahoma; 285 deaths

The Oklahoma State Department of Health announced Sunday there have been 5,310 total coronavirus cases in Oklahoma.

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Oklahoma power pop songwriter Moon Martin dies

Moon Martin, the Oklahoma musician and songwriter who penned the Robert Palmer hit "Bad Case of Loving You (Doctor, Doctor)"...

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Camp corona: Organizations grapple with planning summer camps during the pandemic

During the summer, SixTwelve is generally bustling with campers creating art, tending gardens, making movies and more. This...

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Pandemic theater: Performing arts groups find alternative ways to put on shows

Carpenter Square Theatre is trying out the "stuff that dreams are made of" as it attempts to solve the pressing mystery of how...

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Free virtual support groups provide understanding

Like most of the people that hop on her Zoom sessions on Thursday afternoons, Linda Alegria has never experienced a pandemic....

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: State PPE czar lashes out at critics

In an email defending his pandemic buying decisions, Oklahoma's PPE czar, Gino DeMarco, wrote he is more worried about people...

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What's life been like for horseback-riding teen since finding missing child?

When 2020 is done, maybe we’ll look back and say the year’s best news was delivered by someone with a name to match. People...

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'I won't allow them to stop us': OCU students speak out after racist, anti-Semitic graduation hack

A graduation ceremony for Oklahoma City University was nearly over when Jay Williams bowed his head in prayer. Scores of...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Tribe to assist members with relief payments

The Wichita and Affiliated Tribes will provide some much-needed emergency relief to tribal members 18 and older in response to...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: How did salesman deep in debt get PPE deals?

Last November, salesman Anthony Todd Catania was in bad financial shape. His Edmond home was being foreclosed on. He hadn't...

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Oklahoma lawmakers unite against relief package, split on proxy voting

Oklahoma lawmakers united against a $3 trillion relief package on Friday night, but U.S. Rep. Kendra Horn sided with her party...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Hospital chaplains offer comfort and hope during evolving crisis

Brian Warfield felt like he'd been dropped into the middle of a science fiction movie. But he's a hospital chaplain, not a...

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TODAY'S PRAYER

Holy God, awaken our souls so that we might fully appreciate Your glorious creation. Amen.

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Heartland to add 400 jobs to its downtown workforce

Heartland, already set to fill up its new downtown headquarters with 550 employees, is adding another 400 who will be moving...

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Award recognizes outstanding leaders at OKC Public Schools

Leadership matters everywhere. It matters in the world, in our country, in our state and in our city. It matters in our school...

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Vascular surgeon's procedure may prevent amputations

The incidence of lower limb amputations due to vascular disease in the United States has increased by approximately 20% during...

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Deaths

ARCADIA Bates-Crossno, Pamela Ann: 64, died May 9. Celebration of life 1 p.m. May 24, OKC Gun Club (Matthews, Edmond). EDMOND...

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The Latest: Dexter Manley hospitalized, fighting coronavirus

The Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___Former Washington Redskins star Dexter...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: 5,237 positive cases, 288 deaths

The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 grew by 151 to a total of 5,237, according to data issued Saturday by the Oklahoma...

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Oklahoma voters to decide whether legislators can tap tobacco fund

Oklahoma legislators will ask voters' permission to dip into the state's Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust. The Oklahoma...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Acts of Kindness

Former homeless family donates meals/blankets Giving is a beautiful thing, and it can mean so much more when it comes from...

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Tulsa one of two finalists for new Tesla factory

DETROIT — Tesla has picked Tulsa and Austin, Texas, as finalists for its new U.S. assembly plant, a person briefed on the...

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Legislature approves reduction in charter school fees

A bill headed to the governor’s desk would reduce how much public school districts get to charge charter schools in fees. The...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Norman playgrounds, dog parks among latest openings

Playgrounds, basketball courts, dog parks, and skate parks in Norman opened to the public Friday under Mayor Breea Clark's...

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Antibody testing in Oklahoma shows 3% have encountered COVID-19

Expanded testing in Oklahoma for antibodies to COVID-19 has shown about 3% of those tested have been exposed to the virus,...

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Olympic trials will be back in OKC in 2021

Olympic competition is returning to Oklahoma City in 2021, and 2020 MAPS 3 whitewater park activities are shifting into high...

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Republican legislators vote to fund Stitt’s Medicaid expansion

With the vote on a state question to expand Medicaid looming, Oklahoma’s GOP-controlled Legislature passed legislation to fund...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: McDonald's shooting suspect claimed self-defense

NORMAN — The suspect in a shooting at a McDonald's in south Oklahoma City confessed afterward and claimed self-defense, police...

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Deaths

JONES Nelson, David Wayne II “Little Man:” 22, fireman, died May 11. Services 2 p.m. Saturday, Jones Assembly of God (Barnes...

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State grains

WHEAT (BU): unchanged to .01 higher. 4.12-4.42. Hooker 4.12; Davis 4.13; Hobart, Keyes 4.17; Temple 4.18; Buffalo 4.20;...

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Oklahoma Senate passes cost-of-living adjustment for state retirees

Oklahoma legislators are asking Gov. Kevin Stitt to approve legislation to give most state retirees a cost-of-living...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Officer admits posting Facebook threat against Norman mayor

NORMAN — A Lexington police officer accused of threatening Norman Mayor Breea Clark on Facebook admitted to "writing and...

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Renovation to uncover 1906 building facade at Investors Capital Building

The Investors Capital Building, one of the city’s oldest commercial structures, is about to be restored to its original...

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TODAY'S PRAYER

Almighty God, during challenging times ordinary people do extraordinary things. Thank You for the opportunity to observe and...

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Virtual graduations to celebrate Class of 2020 in OKC metro

Oklahoma City Public Schools will honor more than 1,700 graduating high-school seniors with virtual ceremonies this weekend....

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Report: Austin, Tulsa finalists for Tesla gigafactory site

Austin is a finalist -- along with Tulsa, Oklahoma -- to be the site of automaker Tesla’s new U.S. assembly plant,...

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Tesla picks Tulsa as finalist for new factory

DETROIT (AP) — Tesla has picked Austin, Texas, and Tulsa, Oklahoma, as finalists for its new U.S. assembly plant, a person...

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Severe storms in the forecast for parts of Oklahoma

Follow current weather conditions from around the state.

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Confirmed total COVID-19 cases up to 5,086 in Oklahoma; 285 deaths

The Oklahoma State Department of Health announced Thursday there have been 5,086 total coronavirus cases in Oklahoma.

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Watch: President Trump gives update on coronavirus vaccine development

President Donald Trump will give an update on the coronavirus vaccine development at 11 a.m. You can watch it live below:

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Oklahoma musician Benny Garcia, Vince Gill's longtime guitar tech, dies

Respected Oklahoma guitar tech and musician Benny Garcia died Saturday in Oklahoma City from pancreatic cancer. He was 64....

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Services pending for Oklahoma-raised singer-songwriter Cady Groves

Services are pending for Cady Groves, a versatile Oklahoma-raised singer-songwriter who died May 2 in Brentwood, Tennessee,...

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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: National Cowboy Museum unveiling children's expansion after pandemic closure

The sound of water whooshing down a mountainous waterfall greeted a small group on a March afternoon outside the National...

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Deaths

DEL CITY Aloway, Darlene: 78, senior claims adjuster, died May 13. Services 2 p.m. Saturday, First Church of the Nazarene (John...