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  • 'We still have work to do': OKC may extend mask ordinance By News OK   -   Aug 15, 2020

    'WE STILL HAVE WORK TO DO': OKC MAY EXTEND MASK ORDINANCE

    By William Crum Staff writer wcrum oklahoman.com S The Oklahoma City Council on Tuesday will consider extending the city's mask ordinance...

  • By News OK   -   Aug 15, 2020

    TODAY'S PRAYER

    God of compassion, watch over health care workers who often wake up exhausted these days but somehow must summon the energy to work...

    Health
  • By News OK   -   Aug 15, 2020

    ARRESTS MADE IN SOUTHWEST OKLAHOMA DRUG TRAFFICKING RING

    Arrests made in drug trafficking ring Arrests made in drug trafficking ring ANADARKO - Twenty-eight people were arrested Friday as...

  • By News OK   -   Aug 15, 2020

    DEATHS

    BETHANY Doty, Peggy L.: 84, homemaker, died Aug. 12.

  • By News OK   -   Aug 15, 2020

    OKLAHOMA COUNTY MARRIAGE, DIVORCE RECORDS FOR AUG. 15, 2020

    MARRIAGES • Cassie Renee Shannon and Richard Ryan Sparger • Kerry Leigh Hudnall and Ryan Michael Latham • Damonisha Jessica Clark and...

  • Major downtown projects still moving forward By News OK   -   Aug 15, 2020

    MAJOR DOWNTOWN PROJECTS STILL MOVING FORWARD

    Q: What is the status of the Urban Renewal request for development proposals for the corner of NW 4 and Broadway? A: It looks like...

  • By News OK   -   Aug 15, 2020

    CORONAVIRUS IN OKLAHOMA

    The number of positive COVID-19 tests reported by the Oklahoma State Department of Health increased by 794 to 46,897 on Friday. The...

    Health
  • By News OK   -   Aug 15, 2020

    MASK ORDINANCE EXTENSION PROPOSED

    By William Crum Staff writer wcrum oklahoman.com S The Oklahoma City Council on Tuesday will consider extending the city's mask ordinance...

  • $256,000 grant to support tragedy response in Moore By News OK   -   Aug 14, 2020

    $256,000 GRANT TO SUPPORT TRAGEDY RESPONSE IN MOORE

    From Staff Reports Moore Public Schools, a district grappling with tragedy, received more than $256,000 to surround students with mental...

    U.S., Health
  • 17 students exposed to COVID-19 at Westmoore High School By News OK   -   Aug 14, 2020

    17 STUDENTS EXPOSED TO COVID-19 AT WESTMOORE HIGH SCHOOL

    By Nuria Martinez-Keel Staff writer nmartinez-keel oklahoman.com MOORE - Seventeen Westmoore High School students will have to quarantine...

  • Norman recall group says it has enough signatures for mayor By News OK   -   Aug 14, 2020

    NORMAN RECALL GROUP SAYS IT HAS ENOUGH SIGNATURES FOR MAYOR

    By Tim Willert Saff writer twillert oklahoman.com NORMAN - Organizers of the group attempting to remove Mayor Breea Clark and three...

  • Oklahoma County commissioners strike controversial resolution after protests By News OK   -   Aug 14, 2020

    OKLAHOMA COUNTY COMMISSIONERS STRIKE CONTROVERSIAL RESOLUTION AFTER PROTESTS

    By Kayla Branch Staff writer kbranch oklahoman.com Cheers and chants filled the Oklahoma County commissioners' meeting room Friday...

  • Oklahoma County commissioners approve bonuses for county law enforcement, corrections officers By News OK   -   Aug 14, 2020

    OKLAHOMA COUNTY COMMISSIONERS APPROVE BONUSES FOR COUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT, CORRECTIONS OFFICERS

    By Kayla Branch Staff writer kbranch oklahoman.com Oklahoma County commissioners approved roughly $8 million of CARES Act funding Friday...

    Congress
  • Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Mask extension through Nov. 30 proposed in OKC By News OK   -   Aug 14, 2020

    CORONAVIRUS IN OKLAHOMA: MASK EXTENSION THROUGH NOV. 30 PROPOSED IN OKC

    By William Crum The Oklahoma City Council on Tuesday will consider a proposal to extend the city's mask ordinance through Nov.

  • Coronavirus in Oklahoma update: 764 new cases; 6 new deaths By News OK   -   Aug 14, 2020

    CORONAVIRUS IN OKLAHOMA UPDATE: 764 NEW CASES; 6 NEW DEATHS

    By Ryan Sharp The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported 794 new COVID-19 cases on Friday. That brings the total number of cases...

    Health
  • Metro schools get back in session this week By News OK   -   Aug 14, 2020

    METRO SCHOOLS GET BACK IN SESSION THIS WEEK

    By Nuria Martinez-Keel Staff writer nmartinez-keel oklahoman.com For the first time in the COVID-19 era, metro-area schools are returning...

  • Young people participate in Kendra Horn's virtual town hall By News OK   -   Aug 14, 2020

    YOUNG PEOPLE PARTICIPATE IN KENDRA HORN'S VIRTUAL TOWN HALL

    By Carla Hinton Staff writer chinton oklahoman.com A youth-led virtual town hall was hosted on Thursday by U.S. Rep. Kendra Horn, who...

    U.S., Election
  • By News OK   -   Aug 14, 2020

    DEATHS

    CHOCTAW Wakelee, Dale Franklyn: 95, civil service, died Aug. 11.

  • By News OK   -   Aug 14, 2020

    CORONAVIRUS IN OKLAHOMA

    The number of positive COVID-19 tests reported by the Oklahoma State Department of Health increased by 705 to 46,103 on Thursday. The...

    Health
  • Jimcy McGirt, subject of Creek reservation ruling, now in federal custody By News OK   -   Aug 14, 2020

    JIMCY MCGIRT, SUBJECT OF CREEK RESERVATION RULING, NOW IN FEDERAL CUSTODY

    By Chris Casteel Staff writer ccasteel oklahoman.com The federal government on Wednesday took custody of Jimcy McGirt, whose successful...

    U.S.