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WATCH: Hail Wallops Swimming Pool In Edmond
News 9 viewer Tanner Parton shot this video from his backyard in Edmond, where hail rained down upon his swimming pool. Spring has definitely arrived in Oklahoma. You, too, can send us videos -- send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Severe Storms Cause Large Amount Of Damage Across OKC Metro
OKLAHOMA COUNTY, Oklahoma - Saturday's severe storms caused damage and excitement across the metro. Videos and photos sent from a viewer show a hole in the Edmond Walmart skylights with hail coming in. Another viewer also in Edmond sent us this photo of a broken skylight in a home at the height of t
OKC Man Found In Alley With Gunshot Wound, Police Investigating
Oklahoma City, OK - A man was found with a gunshot wound in southwest OKC Sunday morning. Around 4:15 am police found the man in an alley with a gunshot wound to his arm near Southwest 25th and Walker. Police say the victim is being uncooperative and they have no suspects at this time.
Man injured after shooting in southwest Oklahoma City, police say
OKLAHOMA CITY – Officials are investigating a shooting that left one person injured. Police responded to the scene near SW 24th and Walker early Sunday morning. Authorities have not released many details but say a man was shot in the arm. His condition is unknown at this time.
Oklahoma woman is making her mark on engineering
Samantha Dominguez is a systems engineer at the Boeing Company in Oklahoma City. Growing up in Texas her mom wanted her to have a career that was of service to people. She also wanted to work closely with the government and she says now she is able to do both.
'Disruptive' I-235 project to begin in OKC
The honeymoon is about over for Interstate 235 commuters who have been enjoying a five-month respite from construction on the main thoroughfare that links Edmond and Oklahoma City.
Car Crashes Into Yukon Restaurant
YUKON, Oklahoma - Alfredo's Mexican Cafe in Yukon left with major clean-up after a car crashed through a window Saturday evening. The manager says a woman accidentally hit the gas, instead of the brake. Fortunately, no one was hurt. The window is boarded up now and they were still serving food there
Program that helps young people who need immediate safety returns to Oklahoma City, city officials say
OKLAHOMA CITY – A program aimed at helping young people who need immediate safety is making a return in Oklahoma City. City officials say the return of the program, Safe Place, also means the return of black and yellow diamond-shaped signs on Oklahoma City fire stations and OnCue stores.
New details in February gang-related shooting
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. - Three people are in custody in connection with a deadly shooting back in February. Jaylen Brown, Marqui Smith, and Keshawn Franklin are all charged with murder.
Oh the humanities: As White House recommends closure, NEH chairman makes the case for cultural fields
When people ask Jon Parrish Peede what the humanities are, he often answers with a question of his own:. “Everybody understands what we’re talking about, whether that’s baseball, the Civil War, the Vietnam War. … That is the humanities, and we fund him. ... The anchor fields are certainly history, l
St. Benedict Parish Guild tours Saint Ann's Retirement Center
Members of the St Benedict Parish Guild toured Saint Ann's Retirement Center in Oklahoma City on a recent field trip. Their tour guide was Mission and Community Relations Director Richard Amend. Ladies were treated to lunch and a workout class. A great time was had by all.
Jury to hear first testimony in Joe Exotic murder-for-hire trial
For years, Joe Exotic operated a private zoo in Wynnewood that delighted visitors —and enraged animal rights groups — because he allowed tiger cubs to be petted. "I treat every one of them like they’re my kids," he said of the zoo animals in an online promotional video.
Three teens arrested for murder, burglary
OKLAHOMA CITY — Police have arrested three teenagers in connection to a burglary and homicide after a man was found dead in southwest Oklahoma City home. In February, police responded to the area near I-240 and S. May for a welfare check where they found the victim identified as George Olinger, 47,
Family outraged after neo-nazi website uses loved one’s death as propaganda
OKLAHOMA CITY - Joseph Knight was shot and killed while riding his bike home from work. His family says his memory and his name is being dragged through the mud by a white supremacist website with an axe to grind.
Communications pro welcomes child advocacy role
When veteran communications professional Sherry Fair first went to work for a school district and there was a problem between personnel and students or the students’ parents, she used to wonder simply, "What’s wrong?"
‘Come hang out, stay awhile’ in Rail Spur District
A forgotten piece of Edmond history is making a comeback thanks to two business associates who are bringing it back to life. Chip Fudge and Brandon Lodge are developing plans for the Edmond Rail Spur District development consisting of a five-building project on the west side of Edmond’s railroad tra
Urban Forestry Commission to meet Monday
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UCO shuts out Gorillas in game 2 of series
EDMOND, Okla. - Gabe Littlejim and three University of Central Oklahoma relievers combined to hold the Pittsburg State University baseball team scoreless in a 3-0 decision Saturday (Mar. 23) at Wendell Simmons Field.
Polished ministry focuses on young professional women
A ministry new to the metro area aims to bring young professional women together explore faith and navigate the world of workplace and career. Edmond resident and longtime marketing professional Jana B. Gridley, said she brought the Texas-based ministry Polished to Oklahoma to reach what has been de
Home and garden notes for March 23
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