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No. 9 Oklahoma goes to TCU in Big 12 title game rematch
Oklahoma, which lost to Big 12-leadingTexasin its last game Oct. 6, moved back into the top 10 of the AP poll after plenty of upsets during its open date. This is a rematch of last year’s Big 12 championship game. TheSoonerscame back from a three-touchdown deficit in the fourth quarter against Texas
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Man dies following shooting at Oklahoma City gentlemen's club
Shooting at Night Trips in Oklahoma City OKLAHOMA CITY - Authorities say a man who was shot at a local gentlemen's club on Friday morning has died from his injuries. Around 2 a.m. on Friday morning, officers were called to Night Trips, located near Reno and Meridian, on a reported shooting. When pol
As Oklahoma and Kyler Murray look to bounce back, TCU eager to show signs of life again
For Kyler Murray and Oklahoma, losses are rare things, as unsettling as they are unfamiliar.
Missing Oklahoma Man, Subject Of Silver Alert, Found In Arkansas
MANNFORD, Okla. (KFSM) — An 85-year-old Mannford, Oklahoma, man who went missing Thursday has been located and is safe.
Hate to break it to you, Texas fans, but here's why Oklahoma remains the Big 12's best hope for the CFP
Only a few more days, and the College Football Playoff committee comes out of hibernation to tell us what we've missed. Your intrepid reporter has no sources on the committee, or at least none talking, but here's a guess: Any day now, Alabama will receive a cute "save-the-date" notice. Ditto, Clemso
Police hope to identify Oklahoma City lottery ticket thief
Police hope to identify this man, who stole lottery tickets from a metro store. (Courtesy: Oklahoma City Police Department)OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) —Police hope to identify a man who stole lottery tickets from an Oklahoma City convenience store.The Oklahoma City Police Department has released surveillan
Smashing pumpkins at the Oklahoma City Zoo
On Friday, there were no tricks, just treats for animals at the Oklahoma City Zoo.Tigers, tortoises, red pandas and a number of other animals were treated to pumpkins as part of the zoo's Chomp and Stomp 2018. The event is part of the zoo's ongoing animal enrichment program, which is designed to sti
Former legislator: Oklahoma needs State Question 798
Few issues have been more thoroughly vetted and endured a longer time of review than the subject of State Question 798. Now is the time for Oklahomans to change the state constitution to require candidates for governor and lieutenant governor to run on a single ballot in the general election.In 1970
Ginnie Graham: Oklahoma's growing news deserts with five counties without a newspaper
The high school wrestling beat was — still is — a big deal in Perry, also known as the Wrestling Capitol of the World. Like thousands of other journalists, this was my hook into local journalism.
Oklahoma gubernatorial candidate Kevin Stitt loans campaign nearly $4 million
“When I got in, I thought, ‘Maybe $2 million,’” Stitt said Friday. “I tell people I feel called to do it. You can’t take it with you, and God’s blessed me financially. If we improve our state, it’ll be worth it.”
Spay Oklahoma group shares concerns about Tulsa Animal Welfare shelter, seeks new city protocol
“The city is committing $2 million to Tulsa Animal Welfare, and this is the best they can do?” said Nancy Atwater, one of the founders of Spay Oklahoma. “Our charge at this point is to help people understand that the investment they are making in animal welfare through the city shelter is not being
VP Mike Pence compares Kevin Stitt to President Trump at Oklahoma rally
Vice President Mike Pence on Thursday visited Tulsa to campaign for Oklahoma gubernatorial candidate Kevin Stitt, and during his speech at he rally, Pence compared Stitt to President Donald Trump.
Cyclone soccer falls short against Oklahoma
Iowa State soccer lost another close game on Friday, falling 2-1 to Oklahoma on the road.The Cyclones struck early with a goal from sophomore forward Kassi Ginther. Sophomore forward Courtney Powell assisted on the play. Powell is tied with senior Emily Steil for the most points on the team.After th
No. 9 Oklahoma at TCU: Top storyline, matchup to watch, player to watch and columnist Guerin Emig's prediction
Fans will get their first look at Oklahoma’s defense under interim coordinator Ruffin McNeill. It’s not just seeing how the team looks physically as well as emotionally. Will the change produce immediate dividends? One benefit is the Sooners are playing a TCU offense that has struggled this season.
Oklahoma State, Tulsa men's doubles teams reach ITA Central Regional quarterfinals
Dubinski and Vocel defeated Majed Kilani and Kody Pearson of Tulsa, 8-2, in the round of 32. Then the pair beat Mason Beilar and Matt Rodriguez of Oklahoma, 8-4.
Oklahoma Man Back Behind Bars After Multi-Agency Effort
"Kerry Lane is well known to us, and the Wagoner County Sheriff's Office a well as any other surrounding counties around here," said Sheriff Scott Walton.
Around Town: Creative Oklahoma selects event host
An environmental advocate, mother of five, founder of two health organizations and an author, she founded Plant Power Task Force with her husband,Titanicdirector James Cameron, and Craig McCaw. In her acting career, she was featured in more than 25 films.
Eastern Oklahoma VA No Longer Requiring Referrals For Appointments
The Eastern Oklahoma VA Health Care System in Muskogee, says veterans can now make appointments there, without a referral from their primary care physician.
Law enforcement agencies arrest 121 domestic violence offenders in Oklahoma County warrant sweep
OKLAHOMA CITY - Authorities say more than 100 people wanted for various domestic violence related crimes have been taken into custody following a week-long warrant sweep. The sweep focused on offenders in Oklahoma County who had warrants out for their arrest related to domestic violence. In all, off