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Equal Energy Ltd is considering its strategic options, under increasing pressure from one of its largest shareholders, Montclair Energy LLC, of Alabama.
AND BY NOON, 20 DEGREES. AND RECORD COLD TONIGHT, DOWN TO 6 DEGREES, THAT WILL TIE A RECORD HERE IN OKLAHOMA CITY.
The snow is over, but the cold is not! The weather will remain very cold through the weekend and we shouldn't begin to thaw out until about Wednesday of next week.
According to the FBI, a woman walked into the Wal-Mart and approached the teller counter at the bank.
The Oklahoma City Public School District has suspended a Capitol Hill High School teacher after a student accused him of rape.
A second Oklahoma City man has pleaded guilty to a South Texas mall store robbery that netted $2.3 million worth of jewelry.
THAN WHAT WE GOT UP HERE. OKAY, THAT WAS LIEUTENANT BRIAN ORR FROM THE OKLAHOMA CITY HIGHWAY PATROL.
UP ON YOU, I'M ALAN AYO, KOCO 5. NOW WE WANT TO BE JOINED BY CHRISTY YEAGER, WITH THE CITY OF OKLAHOMA CITY, TALKING ABOUT WHAT THE CITY IS DOING IN THESE CONDITIONS.
Vehicles are sliding off the roadways, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol and police report.
Kingfisher-Logan-Payne-Washita-Caddo-Canadian-Oklahoma-Lincoln- Grady-McClain-Cleveland-Pottawatomie-Kiowa-Jackson-Tillman- Comanche-Stephens-Garvin-Cotton counties are in a winter weather advisory until noon today.
The winter storm has closed Oklahoma schools, businesses and state agencies; but it's also created a critical shortage at the Oklahoma Blood Institute.
A conversion of the Fred Jones assembly plant into a 21C Museum Hotel and redevelopment of the former Journal Record building are both a step closer to reality with the approval Thursday of tax increment financing for both projects.
General Electric's $110 million Oil and Gas Technology Center has found a home east of downtown Oklahoma City near the University Research Park, GE executives said Thursday.
Jorge Toscano, 11, holds his awards after Jackson Middle School's Science Fair. Toscano won first place out of 600 participants.
Sen. Rob Johnson said Thursday he plans to leave the Legislature to spend more time with his family and focus on building his law practice in downtown Oklahoma City.