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Cameron’s Duncan campus gets two new labs

DUNCAN, OK (TNN) - Cameron University’s Duncan campus now has two new labs for students. A dedication ceremony was held Monday for those labs that will help students seeking an allied health degree in Duncan.

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Oklahoma man catches giant alligator gar on Lake Texoma

BRYAN COUNTY, Okla. — Now that's a big fish!. An Oklahoma man caught a giant alligator gar while bowfishing over the weekend on Lake Texoma. Officials shared a photo on the Oklahoma Game Wardens' Facebook page. Angler Zachary Sutterfield, of Durant, harvested the alligator gar, which was about 6 fee

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Man riding across country stops in Duncan

DUNCAN, OK (TNN) - A man riding a bike from Tijuana to Canada made a stop in Duncan Friday. Bob Hood is riding as party of the non-profit organization 3 Country Ride. They raise money for Breast Cancer Research.

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Company To Close 4 Medi-flight Bases In Oklahoma

CHICKASHA, Oklahoma - A private helicopter company providing emergency medical services to Oklahoma patients, announced the closure of four Oklahoma bases. Air Methods confirmed Monday it will no longer maintain Tulsa Life Flight 1 in Keefeton, Tulsa Life Flight 3 in Riverside, Medi-Flight of Oklaho

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Record turnout at 12th annual Cruisin’ the Chisholm Trail car and motorcycle show

DUNCAN, OK (TNN) - The crowds were out on Saturday at the 12th annual Cruisin’ the Chisholm Trail car and motorcycle show in downtown Duncan. The event had a record turnout with around three hundred participants, over 50 vendors, more than 100 volunteers, and thousands of community members in the cr

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Kansas man arrested in Oklahoma for child sex crimes

Oklahoma police arrested a Kansas man on child sex crimes last week. The Morton County Sheriff's Office and Elkhart Police Department conducted a search warrant at a residence in Elkhart on April 17. It stemmed from allegations that were brought against Luke Loganbill in Texas County, Oklahoma.

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Person of interest in two western Oklahoma homicides arrested in Tulsa

A person of interest in two homicides that occurred almost 300 miles from Tulsa on Sunday was arrested in the city early Monday. Tulsa police officers were told to be on the lookout for a man wanted in Beckham County and the truck he reportedly was driving Sunday, and he was arrested on a traffic st

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Man Street Duncan hosts poker run and car show

DUNCAN, OK (TNN) - Officials with Main Street Duncan kicked off their annual weekend festivities Friday with a fundraising event. A poker run was held Friday evening, a new addition to the Chisholm Trail Car show event.

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Oklahoma legislature working on bill that would help regulate pharmacy benefit managers

OKLAHOMA CITY - Pharmacy benefit managers are companies hired to save insurance companies money. The problem is that often raises prices and limits options for consumers. The Oklahoma legislature is working on House Bill 2632 that would help regulate PBMs, putting local pharmacies on a level playing

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Ark City man's remains found in Oklahoma

PONCA CITY, Okla. (KSNW) - Authorities confirm the remains of a man from Ark City who has been missing for nearly a year were found in north Oklahoma. Kay County Sheriff's Office told KSN that Quinten Rouch's remains were found in Kaw City, OK. He told us Oklahoma Medical Examiner's Office confirmed

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Two women in stable condition after Sunday wreck

Two women who were involved in an early Sunday morning wreck in Velma are in stable condition according to a family member after being airlifted to OU Medical Sunday. According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol Troop G’s report of the wreck, authorities came to the scene after the wreck happened at app

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Lawton woman pleads guilty to fraud of more than $7 million

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (TNN) - A Lawton woman pleaded guilty to one count of bank fraud and one count of wire fraud. According to press release from the US Attorney’s Office, 62-year-old Lori Woodson and another person got a loan of $1,013,902 from Fort Sill National Bank back in 2014.

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Oklahoma child faces long road to recovery after contracting West Nile virus

OKLAHOMA CITY — An Oklahoma child who contracted the West Nile virus in September, 2018, is home after getting treatment for several months at hospitals. “We still got a long ways to go with him. He’s blind and he’s still on the ventilator and he’s still feeding tube dependent,” Erin Ritchie said.

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Oklahoma Game Wardens arrest suspects in wildlife trafficking investigation

TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — Creek County and Tulsa County game wardens completed a lengthy wildlife trafficking investigation with the United States Fish and Wildlife Service.

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Oklahoma dog thrown into dumpster 'like a piece of trash'

OKLAHOMA CITY (KWCH) An Oklahoma dog has a second chance at life after he was found in a dumpster last week. Mutt Misfits Animal Rescue Society said it received a call from a partner shelter about the abandoned pup.

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Two women in serious condition after rollover collision

LAWTON (KFDX/KJTL) - A rollover collision in Stephens County Sunday morning that left two women hospitalized in serious conditions after one was air evacuated to the hospital is under investigation.

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Oklahoma teenager injured during drive-by shooting

OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities say an Oklahoma teenager is recovering following a drive-by shooting in Oklahoma City. Around 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, emergency crews were called to a reported drive-by shooting near S.E. 29th and Eastern.

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Oklahoma boy is home months after West Nile diagnosis

An update to a story we first told you about last year. An Oklahoma boy who became deathly ill after catching West Nile Virus in September. Months and many prayers later, Tristyn is now home. While his life is very different now, his family is thankful he’s alive.

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Spider blocks help fish habitat at Lake Ellsworth

COMANCHE COUNTY, OK (TNN) - Lake Ellsworth has a better fish habitat, thanks to a project done by local Eagle Scouts. The spider blocks made out of cinder blocks, concrete, and pipes, act as a man-made coral reef. They will provide safety for the fish for many decades to come.

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OHP: 8-year-old girl dies after being hit by ATV on private property southern Oklahoma

MANNSVILLE, Okla. — An 8-year-old Calera, Oklahoma, girl died after a being hit by an all-terrain vehicle Saturday evening while on private property in Johnston County, according to an Oklahoma Highway Patrol collision report.

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