Mon, 24 Jun 2019

'Feel like we can be us'- Thousands flood Oklahoma City streets to celebrate Pride Week

'Feel like we can be us': Thousands flood Oklahoma City streets to celebrate Pride Week KOCO Oklahoma City Pride Week ...

Woman looking for shelter rescued after a week in silo

INDIANAPOLIS (WRTV) A woman was rescued from a silo Saturday morning in Indianapolis after spending more than a week trapped ...

Officer injured after suspect, tripping on acid, initiates shootout

EDMOND, Okla. One man is in custody and one officer is in the hospital after the suspect opened fire on ...

Arrest made after body found in Pittsburg County prompts homicide investigation

Update: Pittsburgh County officials have made an arrest after a body was discovered near the intersection of State Highway 113 ...

A US postal worker was shot dead while delivering mail in Louisiana

(CNN) A United States postal service worker was shot and killed while making deliveries in Louisiana, authorities said. The postal ...

Beth Chapman from Dog the Bounty Hunter is in a medically induced coma

(CNN) Beth Chapman, the bail bondswoman who starred on the reality show Dog the Bounty Hunter, is in a medically ...

Boil order issued for some Kingfisher residents after E. coli found

From Staff Reports KINGFISHER Residents who receive their water from the Kingfisher Public Water Supply should boil their water before ...

Building a canal that could hold water

By Steve Lackmeyer Business writer slackmeyer@oklahoman.com The 20th anniversary of the Bricktown Canal is being celebrated next week as one ...

Oklahoma civic leader launching children's movement

By Jana Allen Staff writer JAllen@oklahoman.com Ayanna Najuma learned from a young age the importance of using your voice to ...

Thousands attend OKC Pride Parade to show love, support

By Josh Wallace Staff writer jwallace@oklahoman.com From caps to capes and shirts to shorts, the colors of the rainbow blanketed ...

OSU-OKC expands partnership with Amazon

By Adam Kemp Staff writer akemp@oklahoman.com Sitting inside the dark classroom with his computer screen illuminating his face, Chris Willis ...

Oklahoma Supreme Court vacancy draws seven applicants, mostly judges and Republicans

By Chris Casteel Staff writer ccasteel@oklahoman.com A vacant Oklahoma Supreme Court seat has drawn seven applicants, six of them sitting ...

Change is constant along Bricktown Canal

This is the very first year I have a water taxi driver who was born after the canal was opened, ...

Oklahoma Historical Society acquires Cornelius Photography Collection

Staff reports The Oklahoma Historical Society recently acquired the Jerry L. Cornelius Photography Collection from the Cornelius family. The collection ...

Yukon skydiver killed in Hawaiian airplane crash, family says

Staff and wire reports A Yukon native, remembered as an adventurous sky diver, died in the crash of an airplane ...

Wanette man dies Saturday night in Pottawatomie County

Staff reports A Wanette man was killed Saturday night in a Pottawatomie County crash, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported. Phillip ...

Tractor-trailer jack-knifed Sunday on I-44 near N Pennsylvania

From staff reports A tracto-trailer jack-knifed Sunday on Interstate 44 in northwest Oklahoma City, firefighters have reported. The roadway has ...

Toys R Us plans to return in the United States

Toys R Us stores are coming back this year. Richard Barry, CEO of Tru Kids Brands and former global chief ...

Traffic Alert- Busy Edmond intersection to undergo reconstruction

EDMOND, Okla. City officials in Edmond are warning drivers of an upcoming construction project at a busy intersection. Beginning Tuesday, ...

E. coli found in Kingfisher Public Water Supply, city officials say 

KINGFISHER, Okla. A Boil Order has been issued for Kingfisher Public Water Supply customers. According to city officials, they were ...

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Chicago federal court covicts pair for support of Islamic State

CHICAGO, Illinois - Two Chicago men are facing decades in jail after being convicted of conspiring to give material support ...

Human rights chief wants detained Venezuelan protesters freed

CARACAS, Venezuela - Speaking at the end of the first-ever official mission to Venezuela by a UN human rights chief, ...

Religious leaders and FBI discuss ways of making churches secure

Seven minutes, 24 seconds.That's how long it took a gunman who opened fire at a Baptist church in rural Sutherland ...

Iranians suffering under sanctions and threat of war

Many are worried about the risk of war between the U.S. and Iran. But the truth is, t ...

Spy satellites reveal extent of glacier loss across the Himalayas

KATHMANDU, Nepal - Glaciers in the Himalayas are shrinking fast at half a metre every year since the year 2000. ...

Apple warns Trump: trade war is counterproductive

CALIFORNIA, United States - Apple warns that Donald Trump's trade war against China can tilt the playing field and give ...

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Abbott Ireland announces expansion plans, new jobs

DONEGAL, Ireland - Announcing plans to expand its workforce in Donegal, the U.S. healthcare giant Abbott unveiled plans to create 500 new jobs in the country.Abbott Ireland currently hires c ...

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