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Police investigating possible shooting in northwest Oklahoma City

Police are investigating reports of a possible shooting in northwest Oklahoma City.

Joe Mixon's high school coach: 'A split-second does not represent the man I've known for four years'

Sports | Updated: 3 hr ago | Comment on this article Leave a comment

NORMAN -- Freedom High School football coach Kevin Hartwig is excited for folks in Oklahoma to get acquainted with the "real" Joe Mixon. Joe Mixon reaches plea agreement with District Attorney's office

Former Edmond high school janitor booked on sex crimes charges

News | Updated: 16 hr ago

Former Edmond high school janitor and football announcer Samuel Mark Selig, 68, was charged Wednesday in Logan County District Court with six felonies related to sex crimes involving children.

Reader: Hruby killings similar to 1958 Kansas slayings

News | Published: Thu, Oct 30, 2014 | Comment on this article Leave a comment

The Oct. 9  slayings of three members of the Hruby family in Duncan jogged one reader’s memory.


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Movie review: 'The Blue Room'

A&E | Published: Fri, Oct 31, 2014 | Comment on this article Leave a comment

Based on the 1964 novel by Georges Simenon, “The Blue Room” is an adaptation directed by the star of the film, Amalric, and tells a spellbinding tale of passions gone awry.

OKC's only vegan restaurant closes

Business | Updated: 16 hr ago | Comments Comment on this article Leave a comment

Tamazul, Oklahoma City’s only totally vegan restaurant, has closed at the Classen Curve shopping center and its celebrity chef owner Matthew Kenney has left behind unpaid bills.

Art review: Young Chinese artists exhibit at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art grapples with social issues

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Art review: The “My Generation: Young Chinese Artists” exhibit at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art looks at a new generation of mainland Chinese artists who were products of the...



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