The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum is kicking off their new Oklahoma Standard campaign, a monthlong project where businesses, organizations, families and individuals pledge to perform one act of...
Food briefs for April 1.
The Shatterproof Challenge, a rappelling event that strives to end the stigma of addiction and raises funding for the prevention, treatment and recovery of the disease, is coming to Oklahoma...
H&8 Night Market ready for 2015 season
OKC Public Schools Superintendent addresses report on high number of suspensions
Man stabs woman then jumps from bridge
911 call regarding 8 year old boy driving car
Fire reported at pancake house
City Council tours new police HQ
Shooting death during attempted robbery
Forgotten history: OKC park's markers soon could return home
Jahruba performs his civil rights piece
Oklahoma police officers, dispatchers raise money for single mother
Janet Barresi looks back on her time as Oklahoma Superintendent of Public Instruction
Oklahoma City residents express concerns about oil drilling plan for Lake Hefner
Oklahoma kids answer questions about Santa
Fire department demonstrates the fire danger of Christmas trees
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Oklahoma Watch: Since 2006, nine companies have collected $20 million in payments from Oklahoma for preserving existing jobs.
Edmond Challenge is affiliated with St. John the Baptist Catholic Church.
Oklahoma City firefighters will get an across-the-board raise of slightly less than 1 percent.
Oklahoma news briefs for March 31
Cody Dallas Delano, 18, of Lexington, has been ordered to stand trial in the drive-by shooting death of a 14-year-old girl in Moore.
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