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Animal Welfare officials have confiscated 15 chickens from a southeast Oklahoma City property that was home to an illegal cockfighting operation.
4 hrs ago | KFOR-TV Oklahoma City
A three-day party is planned as The Outlet Shoppes celebrate the opening of Phase III new stores including Forever 21, Lids Locker Room & Toys R US Express.
9 hrs ago | NewsOK.com
More than half of the federal disaster funds being offered to Oklahoma for recovery from the violent storms of 2013 are in the form of community development grants.
13 hrs ago | NewsOK.com
Teachers, parents, school staff and students are invited to join museums from across the Oklahoma City metro area and beyond at the Back-to-School Bash at the Oklahoma History Center from 6 to 9 p.m. Aug. 14. Staff members and educators from Oklahoma institutions will be on hand to answer questions about field trips, trunks, teacher resources, ... (more)
Apps like Uber and Lyft are seeing new proposed rules by Oklahoma City in order to give those who use the service, piece of mind.
First responders are on the scene of a multi-vehicle accident on the southbound side of the Lake Hefner Parkway near the Northwest Expressway on-ramp, during rush hour traffic in Oklahoma City.
Police say the little girl was brought in by her parents, 26-year-old Jennifer Martin & 22-year-old Allen Englehorn, & that she "had bruising on the chin & across the face" & also had bruising on her stomach & arms.
Oklahoma City, Okla.-Oklahoma is one of only two states in the country to offer a new "healing shot" by re-purposing a patient's blood, spinning it, and then injecting it back into the injured area of the patient.
WEATHER THAT SHOWS UP OVER THE NEXT SEVERAL DAYS. LATE BREAKING OVERNIGHT, POLICE ARE INVESTIGATING A SHOOTING NEAR THE BRICKTOWN AREA.
Oklahoma City's Traffic and Transportation Commission on Monday approved new regulations for Uber, Lyft and other app-based ride services.
A high-speed chase with a man on a motorcycle went through Oklahoma City and ended Monday afternoon with an arrest.
The Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service will soon have a new space to assist people who are interested in the organization's services.
Nearly 40 ago President Lyndon B. Johnson banned discrimination based on race or national origin.
About 1:05 p.m., a woman walked into the Bank of America, 5613 N May Ave., and showed a note demanding money and indicating she had a gun.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 05:57 pm
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