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U.S. Marshals Searching For Wanted Sex Offender Possibly In Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY - A man wanted in Texas for sex crimes could be in Oklahoma City. Someone tipped off News 9, saying a convicted sexual predator was in the metro area. Now, the U.S. Marshals is looking into the claim.

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Edmond man who admitted to letting wife die to make court appearance Monday

OKLAHOMA CITY — An Edmond man arrested in connection with his wife's death in October is expected to be in court Monday. Police said Caleb Copeland stood by while his wife died and waited to call 911 despite having the medical training to know his wife was dying.

KOCO

City Council considers Rail Spur agreement

The Edmond Economic Development Authority Board voted unanimously to approve the development agreement with Film Exchange Row, LLC for the Rail Spur District linking to downtown Edmond.

EDMOND SUN

Commission reviews Edmond Plan 2018

The Edmond Planning Commission was provided a review of the Edmond Plan 2018 update following the Edmond City Council’s approval of the plan in March. April 24 shall be the effective start date of the plan’s use.

EDMOND SUN

Huge alligator gar caught in Oklahoma lake by bow fisherman

A man in Oklahoma caught a huge alligator gar in a lake over the weekend, the Oklahoma Game Wardens announced Monday. Zachary Sutterfield, of Durant, was bowfishing on Lake Texoma when he caught the 6-foot, 9-inch fish. According to a Facebook post from the Game Wardens, the gar weighed about 170 po

FOX NEWS

Nix earns accolade from Aeronautics Commission

The Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission announced the names of 12 students who placed in the Oklahoma 2019 International Aviation Art Contest in February and were honored in an awards ceremony in the Senate chamber at the State Capitol April 11.

EDMOND SUN

About 20 units affected by fire at storage facility in southeast OKC, officials say

OKLAHOMA CITY — About 20 storage units were affected by a fire Monday evening in southeast Oklahoma City, according to fire officials. Shortly before 6:50 p.m., firefighters responded to a report of fire at a storage facility near the Interstate 240 service road and South Sunnylane Road, officials s

KOCO

'First Amendment Day' set Thursday at UCO in Edmond

EDMOND — The University of Central Oklahoma will observe a "First Amendment Day" on Thursday as it kicks off the 50th year of the Oklahoma Journalism Hall of Fame. A "First Amendment Day" conference will be held from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in UCO's Mass Communication building and the Nigh University Cent

DAILY OKLAHOMAN

Mother, daughter killed in SW Oklahoma City chase

OKLAHOMA CITY - "We hadn't really seen them in a while... Everybody gets so busy and, then, you don't realize that you haven't made the time to see these people and, now, they're gone," said Kayla James, Eric Ewald's cousin.

KFOR

One person in custody after chase, manhunt in northwest OKC

OKLAHOMA CITY — At least one person has been taken into custody after a police chase and a manhunt Monday afternoon in northwest Oklahoma City. According to police, officers began chasing a maroon pickup truck in the area of Northwest 18th Street and Villa Avenue. They lost the driver near Northwest

KOCO

Deadly superbug cases confirmed in Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY - Two cases of a potentially deadly fungal infection resistant to drugs have been documented in Oklahoma in the last two years. "Yeast can cause infection in a number of different body sites," said Dr. David Chansolme, medical director of Infection Prevention for Integris Health.

KFOR

Oklahoma City woman accused of 5-year-old grandson’s death at casino

OKLAHOMA CITY – ALANNA JEAN ORR, 50, of Oklahoma City, has been charged with felony murder of a child in Indian Country. According to an affidavit in support of a search warrant signed in Oklahoma County District Court, Orr was caring for her five-year-old grandson on June 21, 2018, when she went to

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Woman Accused Of Killing Teen, Critically Injuring Infant In Suspected DUI Crash

OKLAHOMA CITY - A metro family's Easter weekend turned tragic when a suspected drunk driver crashed Saturday afternoon, near Southeast 74th Street and Westminster Road. Five passengers inside 36-year-old Sheena Clemons’s car were injured, and her 13-year-old cousin died at scene.

NEWS9.COM

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

TULSA WORLD

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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Police Involved In Pursuit In SW OKC

OKLAHOMA CITY - Police are in pursuit of a reported stolen vehicle in Southwest Oklahoma City. According to reports, the chase started in the area of Southwest 34 Street and May Avenue.

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Oklahoma lawmakers fighting against pharmacy restrictions

Hundreds of locally-owned pharmacies in Oklahoma are depending on the 'Right to Pharmacy Choice Act' to be passed in order to keep up with larger competitors and allow customers to decide where their prescription are filled.

KFOR

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.

KOCO

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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