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2 Oklahoma hospitals fight off deadly fungal 'superbug'

It wasn’t publicized locally, but within the past few years teams of health officials at two Oklahoma health facilities took rapid actions to contain the spread of a fungal “superbug” that federal officials have declared a serious global health threat.

ENID NEWS & EAGLE

Oklahoma man accused of killing pregnant girlfriend, unborn baby

TULSA, Okla. – A man is facing new charges including first-degree murder after a domestic incident in east Tulsa Monday evening. Tulsa police told FOX23 they received a call about a suicidal man around 5 p.m. Monday. Officers responded to the home at Sawmill Apartments near 36th Street and 129th Eas

FOX NEWS

M.E.’s report still awaited

Clinton police had nothing new to report Friday on the body that was found Thursday morning in a wooded area near the Phillips Lane Apartments. Police Chief Paul Rinkel said his people are still awaiting a definite identification from the State Medical Examiner’s Office as well as a determination of

CLINTON DAILY NEWS

Oklahoma Newest Cash Crop: Medical Marijuana Prices Falling

Oklahoma implemented medical marijuana faster than any other state. Forty five days after voters said “yes” to State Question 788, a new home-grown industry was born. Those behind the state question purposely crafted the measure with fewer restrictions.

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Past morticians had problems, too

Organizers of this spring’s Sunset Tour of the Clinton Cemetery have issued another reminder that it will be held Monday beginning at 6 p.m. Six graves, including two in the same plot, will be visited. Those two are those of Elgin Kern and Leo Schneider, who were long-time partners in a Clinton fune

CLINTON DAILY NEWS

Man arrested after allegedly putting hidden camera in women’s restroom at Oklahoma restaurant

SALLISAW, Okla. - An employee at a restaurant in eastern Oklahoma was arrested after a customer found a hidden camera in a women's restroom. It happened April 14 at Roma's Italian Restaurant in Sallisaw.

KFOR

Bees Absolutely Takeover Vehicle Outside of an Oklahoma Walgreens

Imagine going into Walgreens and coming outside to this. Crazy video coming out of Tulsa from the Shadow Mountain Honey Company. They're a company that collects bees because they know how important they're to our environment. Remember guys, please don't kill the bees.

NEWSTALK1290.COM

NEWS ALERT - Police Investigating Body

Clinton Police are investigating a body that was found in a wooded area in the 100 Block of Phillips Lane that they believe to be missing person Brian Denney. Investigators do not believe there is any indication of foul play.

CLINTON DAILY NEWS

Wednesday tornado in western Oklahoma rated EF1

SHATTUCK — Preliminary damage reports taken after Wednesday’s storms in western Oklahoma point to an EF1 tornado having touched down and traveling about 1.5 miles, according to the National Weather Service.

DAILY OKLAHOMAN

Clinton Track places in nine different events at Altus

ALTUS – The results from last Friday’s track meet at Altus were released, and Clinton placed in nine spots in seven different events. Clinton junior Hurdler Eric Leon continues to pace the team, placing first in the 110-meter hurdles and first in the 300-meter hurdles with times of 16.09 seconds and

CLINTON DAILY NEWS

Severe storms across Oklahoma bring hail, leave behind damage

OKLAHOMA CITY – Some residents are cleaning up Thursday after severe storms brought hail, high winds, heavy rain and even a Tornado Warning overnight. Oklahoma saw the first tornado of the season near Shattuck Wednesday evening.

KFOR

Oklahoma governor vetoes first bills, signs dozens more

OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt has vetoed his first bill, rejecting a proposal sent to him by fellow Republicans to create a new 14-member panel meant to study home-based services.

KFOR

Watch: Car loses control on wet roadway, nearly sideswipes Oklahoma trooper

MUSKOGEE, Okla. – Authorities are warning drivers to slow down following a close call involving an out-of-control driver and an Oklahoma trooper. Last Saturday, Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper Timothy Parrish was stopped along the side of the Muskogee Turnpike following an accident.

KFOR

Oklahoma Attorney General Asks Trump to Pardon US Soldier

OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahoma's attorney general is renewing his request that President Donald Trump pardon a former U.S. soldier from Oklahoma convicted of killing an Iraqi prisoner.

MILITARY.COM

Price is right for Rangers rodeo

ALVA, Okla. – Ethan Price had a point to make this semester on the Northwestern Oklahoma State University rodeo team. He made it this past weekend at the Southwestern Oklahoma State University rodeo in Weatherford, Oklahoma. He won steer wrestling, finished second in team roping with his heeling par

ALVAREVIEWCOURIER.COM

Wildcats Heat Up The Bats, Add To The Win Column

Bethel found several different ways to win this past week as they took down Elk City, Minco, and McLoud. The Bricktown Ballpark in downtown Oklahoma City was the site for one of those wins. Bethel made its way back to where they are only one game below .500 as of Monday, April 15.

COUNTYWIDENEWS.COM

Roger Karl Jackson 75, of Oklahoma City

Roger “Karl” Jackson found peace with his Lord on April 11, 2019. He was born in Rocky to Roger B. and Susu Pauline Jackson Nov. 7, 1943. After graduation from Rocky High School, Karl attended Oklahoma City University. Soon after graduation he went to work at Tinker Air Force Base where he worked wi

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Oklahoma family recovers after son has life-altering surgery

ELK CITY, Okla. - "Braxton is a little 14-month-old boy that we were originally told had no chance at survival," mother Amber Howell said. It was something she'd never thought she'd hear and when she did, her family took a scary course of action.

KFOR

Simmons, Hatchel Lead Bulldogs at 47th Annual SWOSU Rodeo

WEATHERFORD, Okla. – Weather conditions were far from ideal on Saturday evening, but that didn't stop the cowboys and cowgirls who descended upon Weatherford for the 47th Annual SWOSU Rodeo from putting on a show for the fans in attendance.

ALVAREVIEWCOURIER.COM

Allen Joins Cheyenne School Board

Mr. Robert Trammell, Cheyenne Schools Superintendent welcomes Rocky Allen (right) as the newest school board member. Rocky and his wife Sara have five children, Tenley, Terra, Braxten, Trey and Baye.

CHEYENNE STAR