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Health officials are responding to an outbreak of syphilis in Oklahoma County. [Read More]
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Questions and concerns are still floating around the town of Forest Park about the reported cuts to the community's police force. [Read More]
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As Edmond North High School's symphonic band played, the Lord Mayor of the City of Westminster in London watched on their stage. [Read More]
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol (OHP) is working to identify the remains of drivers, passengers and pedestrians involved car crashes across the state. [Read More]
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Set out to serve on their spring break, 40 children and teenagers traveled 10 hours from Tennessee to Oklahoma to help a Luther family who... [Read More]
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On the night of March 9, Oklahoma City police responded to a stabbing near Southwest 25th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue. [Read More]
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It was not normal for neighbors to see suspicious men walking by cars about 3:50 a.m. Wednesday near Saints Boulevard and Second Street. ... [Read More]
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With each bale of hay, a group of farmers near Crescent hope to lift the a little bit of the burden off of those who... [Read More]
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Fire crews in Tecumseh are now armed with a new tool to help them reach wildfires.  ... [Read More]
It was a shock for neighbors in the 900 block of South Hoff in El Reno to learn what the couple living in one home... [Read More]
City leaders in Yukon are regrouping after a bond proposal that would pay for a new sports complex failed in Wednesday's special election. [Read More]
A massive tree toppled over Monday night in Shawnee as a storm brought powerful winds through the area. [Read More]
Body camera picked up a mother's sobbing as she sat in the back of an Oklahoma City police car. [Read More]
Duncan Brouwer said he's having a hard time doing even the basic things. [Read More]
Jill Vaught's family still doesn't know what caused the fire Saturday night, burning her home in Mustang. [Read More]
Dozens of animals in Norman are spared from being euthanized, because of a new program to find them work. [Read More]
A local artist took to an unlikely canvas to send Oklahoma lawmakers a message. He projected his work Monday night onto construction tarp at the... [Read More]
Get ready to pay more to use any of Oklahoma's turnpikes. A 12 percent increase will kick in on Wednesday, according to the Oklahoma Turnpike... [Read More]
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