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  • By News OK   -   Dec 19, 2018

    I-35 SOUTHBOUND TRAFFIC AFFECTED IN NORMAN WEDNESDAY BY REPAIR WORK

    From Staff Reports NORMAN - Lanes of traffic will be reduced on southbound Interstate 35 Wednesday, and an off-ramp will be closed...

  • Anniversaries for Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2018 By News OK   -   Dec 19, 2018

    ANNIVERSARIES FOR WEDNESDAY, DEC. 19, 2018

    Here are some Oklahoma couples celebrating 50 years or more of marriage. To contribute information: Send an email to dlindauer oklahoman.com...

  • By News OK   -   Dec 19, 2018

    HARDING CHARTER RECEIVES $10,000 GRANT

    FROM STAFF REPORTS Harding Charter Preparatory High School recently received a grant toward the renovation of the school's media center. The...

  • Students win at Cane Quest competition By News OK   -   Dec 19, 2018

    STUDENTS WIN AT CANE QUEST COMPETITION

    FROM STAFF REPORTS Four Oklahoma City residents earned top awards at the sixth Oklahoma Regional Cane Quest competition hosted recently...

  • USAO student receives Distinguished Graduate Award for fall 2018 By News OK   -   Dec 19, 2018

    USAO STUDENT RECEIVES DISTINGUISHED GRADUATE AWARD FOR FALL 2018

    FROM STAFF REPORTS CHICKASHA - Ethan Gorrell has been awarded the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma Alumni Association's Distinguished...

    Art
  • By News OK   -   Dec 19, 2018

    NOBLE POLICE SHOT AND WOUNDED A MAN TUESDAY, THE OKLAHOMA STATE BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION REPORTED

    FROM STAFF REPORTS NOBLE - A police officer shot and wounded a Norman man Tuesday who was wanted on an armed robbery charge, the Oklahoma...

  • Thunder players score with shopping baskets By News OK   -   Dec 19, 2018

    THUNDER PLAYERS SCORE WITH SHOPPING BASKETS

    FROM STAFF REPORTS Oklahoma City Thunder players were scoring with different kinds of baskets during a recent Holiday Assist outing. The...

  • OKC Animal Welfare seeking homes for the holidays By News OK   -   Dec 19, 2018

    OKC ANIMAL WELFARE SEEKING HOMES FOR THE HOLIDAYS

    By Jonathan Gary NewsOK Contributor It's been a record-breaking year for Oklahoma City Animal Welfare. More than 17,500 animals have...

  • Family band to provide Morning Music at Arcadia Round Barn By News OK   -   Dec 19, 2018

    FAMILY BAND TO PROVIDE MORNING MUSIC AT ARCADIA ROUND BARN

    FROM STAFF REPORTS ARCADIA - The McKedys, a family band from McLoud, will present Morning Music from 10:30 a.m. to noon Saturday at...

  • Next-gen 5G mobile service hits Oklahoma City on Friday By News OK   -   Dec 19, 2018

    NEXT-GEN 5G MOBILE SERVICE HITS OKLAHOMA CITY ON FRIDAY

    By Dale Denwalt Staff Writer ddenwalt oklahoman.com Some AT&T customers in Oklahoma City will be able to access the provider's 5G mobile...

  • Oklahoma family seeks answers after woman's death at county jail By News OK   -   Dec 19, 2018

    OKLAHOMA FAMILY SEEKS ANSWERS AFTER WOMAN'S DEATH AT COUNTY JAIL

    By Silas Allen and Robert Medley Staff Writers An Oklahoma family is seeking answers after their daughter died last weekend at the...

  • Spencer man gets two life terms for double homicide during drug deal By News OK   -   Dec 19, 2018

    SPENCER MAN GETS TWO LIFE TERMS FOR DOUBLE HOMICIDE DURING DRUG DEAL

    By Josh Dulaney Staff Writer jdulaney oklahoman.com A 24-year-old Spencer man will spend the rest of his life in prison for a double...

  • Supreme Court reiterates its opinion that counties can't regulate oil and gas operations By News OK   -   Dec 19, 2018

    SUPREME COURT REITERATES ITS OPINION THAT COUNTIES CAN'T REGULATE OIL AND GAS OPERATIONS

    By Jack Money Business Writer jmoney oklahoman.com Kingfisher County commissioners were able to get Oklahoma's Supreme Court to reconsider...

    Industry
  • Federal homeless report shows successes, deficits in Oklahoma By News OK   -   Dec 19, 2018

    FEDERAL HOMELESS REPORT SHOWS SUCCESSES, DEFICITS IN OKLAHOMA

    By Silas Allen Staff Writer sallen oklahoman.com Although the state's homeless population declined over the past year, more people...

    U.S., Congress
  • Readers discuss The Oklahoman's role in state's history and future By News OK   -   Dec 19, 2018

    READERS DISCUSS THE OKLAHOMAN'S ROLE IN STATE'S HISTORY AND FUTURE

    By Randy Ellis Staff Writer rellis oklahoman.com Readers of The Oklahoman talked about their daily newspaper's vital role in shaping...

  • By News OK   -   Dec 19, 2018

    KANSAS WOMAN DIES TUESDAY IN NOBLE COUNTY CRASH, OKLAHOMA HIGHWAY PATROL REPORTED

    FROM STAFF REPORTS A Kansas woman died Tuesday night in a crash in Noble County, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported. Jaylla Star...

  • By News OK   -   Dec 19, 2018

    OKLAHOMA COUNTY MARRIAGE, DIVORCE RECORDS FOR DEC. 19, 2018

    MARRIAGES Jessica Kaye Gillin and Ryan Keith Gillin Amanda Annette Jurries and Joseph N. Perez Shannen Asley Ducusin Apaga and Joshua...

  • Councilwoman Elizabeth Waner appointed as Edmond mayor By News OK   -   Dec 19, 2018

    COUNCILWOMAN ELIZABETH WANER APPOINTED AS EDMOND MAYOR

    By Eriech Tapia For The Oklahoman EDMOND - The city council has appointed Elizabeth Waner as the new mayor and Nick Massey as the mayor...

  • Memorial service for homeless planned Friday in Oklahoma City By News OK   -   Dec 19, 2018

    MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR HOMELESS PLANNED FRIDAY IN OKLAHOMA CITY

    By Carla Hinton Religion Editor chinton oklahoman.com Maggie Burnett was a caring person who spoke lovingly of her family and offered...

  • Egypt unearths tomb of royal priest from 4,400 years ago By News OK   -   Dec 19, 2018

    EGYPT UNEARTHS TOMB OF ROYAL PRIEST FROM 4,400 YEARS AGO

    Archaeologists have discovered a well-preserved, 4,400-year-old tomb of a royal priest and his family in Egypt, in a “one of a kind”...