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People of all ages are welcome to a Block Party at E Sheridan and S Oklahoma Avenues starting at 10 a.m. featuring music, food and family-friendly activities.
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8 hrs ago | KOCO-TV Oklahoma City
A SECOND CHASE ENDED WITH GUNFIRE. TONIGHT WE'RE ASKING OKLAHOMA HIGHWAY PATROL WHY THEY NEVER CALLED OFF THOSE PURSUITS -- DESPITE SPEEDS REACHING 120 MILES PER HOUR.
12 hrs ago | NewsOK.com
Once housed in a small white house that had been a church, the Buddha Mind Monastery, 5800 S Anderson Road, drew only a glance or two from passersby.
16 hrs ago | NewsOK.com
As a graduate of Northeast High School, Bryce Bandy understands that many students in Oklahoma City aren't able to come to school with all the supplies they need.
Officials at Rose State College and the Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism are planning a new series of courses in counter-terrorism at the two-year college in Midwest City.
AAA Oklahoma says the agency will provide the "Tipsy Tow" to drinkers during the weekend before St. Patrick's Day.
Oklahoma City police released the suspect's identity from the March 13th high-speed chase in northeast Oklahoma City Friday afternoon.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol said the man who led them on a high-speed chase in Oklahoma City was driving a stolen truck.
Officials at Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City and at Tulsa International Airport say airlines are expected to be busy through the weekend because of students who are out on spring break.
An Oklahoma City man said he almost died after a car accident because police failed to get him medical treatment in a timely manner.
Those who are dealing with insurance claim dispute will find that the entire process can be rather messy and complicated with lots of legal complications, which is why it pays to have a good attorney for sound advice and representation.
Patsy Ryan, 75, of Oklahoma City, was killed on N Rockwell Avenue about 5:35 a.m., police said.
The Jim Norick Arena's roof is a unique design that has had its share of problems in recent years.
Oklahoma City police are trying to figure out how a woman and a dog died early Thursday in a busy northwest side intersection.
It was a problem in the aftermath of our deadly tornado outbreak last May. Right now, the crime is only a misdemeanor and victims say that's just slap on the wrist.
Oklahoma City police are looking for two men who held up a woman at knife point at a local Laundromat.