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The infamous "black mass" scheduled to be held at the Civic Center Music Hall on Sept. 21 is either sold-out or souled out, depending upon who you talk to.
Dr. Boyd Shook of The Manos Juntas Free Clinic today confirmed that the Friday, electronic messages dispensed that Epworth United Methodist, a long term fixture in the historic Gatewood http://www.gatewoodokc.com/history.php community will be closing it's doors and leveled beginning January 01, 2015. http://www.epworth-okc.org/10.html Many who use Epworth United Methodist Church were recently given notice that the charter for the UMC church was being returned to the United Methodist Conference Office, who owns the property.
NEED A LITTLE SOMETHING MORE THAN AN EVENING GOWN. YOU'LL NEED A JACKET. IT'S COOL OUT THERE THIS MORNING AND WE'VE BEEN SHARING YOUR PICTURES ALL MORNING LONG.
Oklahoma City police reported a five-vehicle accident involving a semi-truck near northbound Interstate 44 and westbound N.W. 10th Street at 1:41 p.m. Sunday. According to police, the semi-truck was traveling too fast for road conditions when it braked and crashed into three cars.
The Oklahoma City Fire Department is hosting its 2nd Annual Project Life Run fundraiser, starting at 8 a.m. on September 20 at the Regatta Park, 701 S. Lincoln. As temperatures cool, the chance of home fires increases as families try to keep warm.
SOUTH AND EAST THIS MORNING. SO REALLY NOT BAD. 73 FOR THE LUNCH HOUR SO WE'RE WARMING UP AND THE WINDS 10 TO 15 MILE PER HOUR AND THAT WILL BE THE CASE FOR THE REST OF THE AFTERNOON.
AAI Education Inc., which does business as Ancora Education, purchased Platt for an undisclosed amount. The school will retain its name at all of its campuses, The Journal Record reported .
The president of the Oklahoma NAACP is calling for the U.S. Attorney General to investigate the actions of an Oklahoma City police officer. Daniel Holtzclaw is accused of sexually assaulting at least eight black women.
In the news, football players and their families at risk is additional like news, but so much of the United States is struggling with interpersonal violence in numbers. Mr Rice and his family flickering across screens worldwide.
LOOKS LIKE WE'RE GETTING OFF TO A CLOUDY START. I WANT TO START. WE HAVE A DRY FORECAST BY THE WAY.
According to Oklahoma City police, the chase started just before 1 a.m. Saturday near N. Pennsylvania Avenue and Highland Park Drive. Police said the man ran a red light and then led officers on a 25-minute pursuit with speeds in excess of 100 miles per hour.
Oklahoma would become the first state to execute condemned inmates using nitrogen gas under a proposal that will be presented next week to a legislative committee. Rep. Mike Christian, a former highway patrolman and a staunch supporter of the death penalty, said he will unveil details of the plan Tuesday during an interim study of the House Judiciary Committee.
According to a new study, Oklahoma City is the second most dangerous city in the entire nation, but a city spokesperson said Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett isn't buying it. Several News 9 viewers and Oklahoma City visitors felt the same way.
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation is warning Oklahoma City drivers that they could experience some unexpected traffic delays due to the Oklahoma State Fair, ongoing street projects. Officials say drivers need to be aware of increased traffic in the area of I-44 at N.W. 10th St. and I-40 at May Ave. due to the Oklahoma State Fair, September 11- 21. I-35 on-ramp closes, lanes narrow in Moore Saturday The right lane of northbound I-35 between S. 4th St. and N. 12th St. in Moore and the northbound I-35 on-ramp from S. 4th St. will be closed from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday for guardrail repair.
Oklahoma City police recovered a stolen iPhone using the "Find My iPhone" app. Two people were arrested as a result of the investigation.
An Oklahoma City man was arrested for public drunkenness, indecent exposure, and other crimes after leading police on a number of bizarre calls around the south side of the metro late Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning. The first call went out around 10 p.m. on Tuesday, to a disturbance at the Pizza Inn located near SW 59th St. The caller told police a man had come in the backdoor of the business and asked for a woman named "Rebecca".
Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 03:16 am
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