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Deputies made the stop after witnessing a car cross several lanes without signaling on Interstate 40, near Meridian Ave. Three people were inside the vehicle, the driver, 49-year-old Sarkis Demirchian, and two unidentified passengers.
The state Attorney General's Office admitted Friday that it gave incorrect advice to the new Workers' Compensation Commission about the Oklahoma Open Meeting Act.
Recent major sales in Oklahoma County totaled more than $61 million, according to deeds released from County Clerk Carolynn Caudill's Office.
West Worldwide Services Inc. paid $1.35 million to Darrell and Marnel Chabino for a 99,766-square-foot industrial property at 501 N Ann Arbor Ave. Kris Davis and Randy Lacey of Newmark Grubb Levy Strange Beffort represented the seller and Robert Sullivan of NAI Sullivan represented the buyer.
A switch in health care saves Oklahoma County hundreds of thousands of dollars and could be millions by the end of the year, but those on the other end of the switch claim there's more than meets the eye.
With the scorching temperatures, it can be a challenge for many residents and families to keep up with the high costs of power.
Gov. Mary Fallin has appointed a longtime prosecutor to the Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board following the death of a board member earlier this month.
Both parents are still locked up at the Oklahoma County Jail on a $10,000 bond, but today was the first time we got a look at both the little girls mother and father since they were arrested on Tuesday.
A team that analyzes hundreds of child abuse cases in the state is set to dissolve by the end of the year.
A former felon is back behind bars after deputies discovered the man passed out on in his pickup truck in a driveway in Harrah, on Wednesday.
A woman was arrested after she reportedly used a stolen credit card number at the Oklahoma County Jail to buy items for an inmate.
Due to an increased clientele need, The Salvation Army in Oklahoma County has distributed all of its food supply.
The Oklahoma County district attorney's office has initiated an investigation into possible Open Meeting Act violations by the new, three-member Oklahoma Workers' Compensation Commission.
Three people were arrested Monday after an Oklahoma County Sheriff's deputy stopped a pickup truck that was involved in a shoplifting incident in Nicoma Park.
Updated: Sun Jul 27, 2014 04:07 pm
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