• Dennis Hastert's National Wrestling Hall of Fame honors revoked

    From Staff and Wire Reports | Updated: 27 min ago

    STILLWATER — The National Wrestling Hall of Fame announced on Monday that its Board of Governors has unanimously passed a resolution to revoke all honors bestowed upon Dennis Hastert by the National Wrestling Hall of Fame. The Board of Governors decision comes after a complete and thorough review by the NWHOF Ethics Committee that concluded Hastert acted in a manner considered detrimental to the ideals and objectives and contrary to the mission statement of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame, and his actions were grounds for removal in accordance with the NWHOF Ethics Policy.

  • Infant dies of injuries in McCurtain County crash after car hits cow, Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports

    FROM STAFF REPORTS | Updated: 1 hr ago

    An infant has died of injuries suffered in a Sunday crash when a car hit a cow in McCurtain County.

  • 'Pioneer' sculptor to be featured in Oklahoma City solo exhibit

    By Carla Hinton Staff Writer chinton@oklahoman.com | Updated: 4 hr ago

    Melvin Edwards, a Houston native, has had his work displayed in Oklahoma once before, but it has been at least 25 years since that showing, Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center representatives said..

  • Sunny Monday in central Oklahoma with temperatures in 60s

    FROM STAFF REPORTS | Published: Mon, May 2, 2016

    Monday will be sunny in central Oklahoma. Temperatures will be in the 60s.

  • Naturalization ceremony held at Edmond elementary school

    By Steve Gust For The Oklahoman | Published: Mon, May 2, 2016

    Keith Pautler, principal of Ida Freeman Elementary School in Edmond, Oklahoma, said the naturalization ceremony was an opportunity for the students to get a lesson in civics.

  • OKC Energy ties Seattle on the road

    From Staff Reports | Published: Sun, May 1, 2016

    TUKWILLA, Wash. — Oklahoma City Energy FC tied Seattle 1-1 in United Soccer League action on Sunday. Seattle struck first, scoring on a breakdown in the Energy defense in the 20th minute. The Energy (1-1-2) would need all five minutes of added time in the second half to get the draw. After playing the full 90, the referee signaled a minimum of five minutes of stoppage time. The Energy made a few late pushes but failed to convert on any chances. Danni Konig, headed a ball toward the goal in the 93rd minute but couldn't score. Moments later, he chipped a shot just over the crossbar. It looked as if the Energy, which outshot Seattle, was not going to get a result.




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