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Private autopsy suggests man in Oklahoma police custody case died of asphyxia

Results of a private autopsy on a man who died following a confrontation in front of the Warren Theatre differ from a report from the state medical examiner.

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Rep. John Bennett stands behind 'threat of Islam' statements at Sallisaw Republican meeting

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SALLISAW — State Rep. John Bennett, R-Sallisaw, meeting Monday night with about 85 constituents at a Republican gathering at Western Sizzlin’ here, did not back down from statements he made earlier this month that were critical of Islam.

You would not believe where the nation's rudest drivers live

News | Published: Tue, Sep 16, 2014 | Comment on this article Leave a comment

They honk, they're impatient, they make rude gestures, they gun their engines. They are the rude drivers, and the highest concentration of them is Idaho, a new poll suggests.

Oklahoma City man convicted in ex-girlfriend's 2012 death

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A Cleveland County jury has recommended an Oklahoma City man serve life without parole in the stabbing death of a former girlfriend in 2012. The jury convicted Harvey Randall Wilson, 58, of first-degree murder, conspiracy to commit murder or burglary and second-degree burglary in the death of Sheila Stanley.

OU football: Eric Striker back at No. 1, defense dominates updated top-10 Sooners list

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NORMAN — Oklahoma improved to 3-0 with its 34-10 victory over Tennessee last weekend on Owen Field, and it’s Tuesday morning. That means it’s time to update my list of the top-10 Sooner football players.
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Oklahoma City, firefighters square off over holiday, vacation leave

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Byron Thomason, an arbitrator found that a dispute about Oklahoma City firefighters’ ability to take their vacation and holiday leave had “festered” for some time. As of Friday, the city said firefighters had accrued 244,264 hours of unused vacation leave.





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Attorney seeks dismissal of his lawsuit against Oklahoma's oil and natural gas production tax

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Oklahoma City attorney Jerry Fent seeks dismissal of his lawsuit against a new oil and gas production tax.

Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum now features Timothy McVeigh's car

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Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh’s Easter-yellow, 1977 Mercury Grand Marquis now sits in the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum’s newly renovated second floor.

Skunks are plentiful and raising a stink in central Oklahoma this year

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Oklahoma’s rainfall and cooler temperatures have been good for skunks this year. More skunks are roaming urban areas.

New accusations: Adrian Peterson injured another son while disciplining 4-year-old

News | Published: Mon, Sep 15, 2014 | Comments Comment on this article Leave a comment

Photos and text messages obtained by KHOU in Houston, Tex. reveal another incident in which former Oklahoma standout Adrian Peterson is accused of injuring another son while disciplining the boy,...



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