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|Bodies Found In Okfuskee County Identified As Texas Pair
The Oklahoma State Medical Examiners Office has identified the bodies found in Okfuskee County.
POSTED JANUARY 17, 2019 1:15 PM
|1 Shot In SW OKC, Police Investigating
One person has been shot in Southwest Oklahoma City, according to police.
POSTED JANUARY 17, 2019 9:22 AM
|Arctic Blast On Its Way; Snow Totals Looking Lighter
An arctic blast is still on the way. The latest data does not show the air being as cold, and the storm moving over head will be weaker than previously thought.
POSTED JANUARY 17, 2019 10:37 AM
|Millions Of Oklahomans' Files Exposed In State Server Leak
The health, business and personal records of hundreds of thousands of Oklahomans and sensitive information from some FBI investigations may be compromised after a cyber security watchdog discovered millions of data files were left open to the public.
POSTED JANUARY 17, 2019 7:19 AM
|Mustang High School Put Under Short Lockdown After Gun Was Found On Campus
Mustang High School was placed under a short lockdown Thursday morning after a gun was found on campus, according to a letter to Mustang High School parents.
POSTED JANUARY 17, 2019 2:15 PM
|Lt. Gov. Pinnell To Be Secretary Of State Tourism, Branding For Stitt's Cabinet
Lt. Gov. Matt Pinnell has been named as the secretary of state tourism and branding for Gov. Kevin Stitt's cabinet, Stitt and Pinnell announced Thursday.
POSTED JANUARY 17, 2019 1:00 PM
|Man Hospitalized After Accidental Shooting In MWC, Police Say
A man is in OU Medical Center Thursday after an apparent accidental shooting in Midwest City, police say.
POSTED JANUARY 17, 2019 7:32 AM
|OKC Restaurant Trio Team Up Near 4th And Walnut
OKC- Two local culinary heavyweights have teamed up to open a trio of restaurants at 4th and Walnut in Oklahoma City. Rudy Khouri opened the first La Baguette in Norman in 1984. He added a second on North May in Oklahoma City a year later. Khouri and Andr
POSTED JANUARY 17, 2019 12:07 AM
|Perry Public Schools Reach Settlement In Child Sex Abuse Case
Tonight Perry Public Schools admits they did not do enough to protect their students from a child predator. The district reached a settlement with families of 14 students who were inappropriately touched by a former teacher's aide. It'll now pay out $3.5
POSTED JANUARY 16, 2019 11:59 PM
|Kelly Ogle's 2 Cents: Kevin Stitt Brings Unique Perspective To Running The State
It was strange to see Kevin Stitt, who proudly positioned himself as a political outsider, to be standing in front of Oklahoma's ruling class Monday at his inauguration. Among Oklahoma's political leaders sitting behind Governor Stitt as he took the oath
POSTED JANUARY 17, 2019 12:10 AM