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Winning numbers drawn in 'Cash 5' game

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) _ The winning numbers in Saturday evening's drawing of the Oklahoma Lottery's "Cash 5" game were:. (four, five, seven, twenty-seven, thirty) Copyright 2019 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.


Kisling excited to promote state

OKLAHOMA CITY — Earlier this year, Brent Kisling, executive director of Enid Regional Development Alliance, was selected by newly elected Gov. Kevin Stitt as executive director of the Oklahoma Department of Commerce.


Edmond firms taking part in ‘Green Grow’ event at State Fair Park

OKLAHOMA CITY — The GreenGrow EXPO, a large-scale trade show geared towards the emerging cannabis industry and providing exposure of both the medical aspects as well as business opportunities, will take place on Saturday, March 2 and Sunday, March 3, at the Oklahoma EXPO Hall, located at State Fair


Early struggles fuel home loan officer's passion

It came into focus for LaNell Long one morning about two years ago during an early morning treadmill session — she was thinking about her career. After more than 20 years as a real estate investor, she had become a loan officer. Both tapped her passion and drive.


Lazenbys finish Glencoe careers with semifinal loss

OKLAHOMA CITY – John Lazenby had a gleam in his eye following the final game of his coaching career. Although it didn’t end like he hoped it would, the Glencoe High boys basketball coach realized that he had been blessed with a great tenure, causing his eyes to well up with joy.


6-Month-Old Dies After Rushed To Hospital From Warr Acres Home Daycare

A 6-month-old boy has died after being rushed from a Warr Acres home daycare last Thursday. Now his family is searching for transparency. Liam Farrar had been in critical condition at OU Children’s. While no one has been arrested or charged, daycare provider Kelly Knipfer is the subject of a police


El Reno baseball team selling tickets for game at Bricktown Ballpark

If so, El Reno High School’s program has got tickets to a doubleheader deal that will allow fans to catch both the Indians and the Oklahoma City Dodgers in action. El Reno has agreed to play a varsity game with Carl Albert at the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark on Saturday, March 30 as part of the OKC


A former competitive swimmer is going to become part of the Fox 4 sports-reporting pool

Samantha Gannon, until today a weekend sports anchor and reporter at KOKH in Oklahoma City, will join the KDFW/Channel 4 sports desk in March as co-host and producer of “Free4All,” the live weeknight sports/entertainment show hosted by longtime Fox 4 sports anchor Mike Doocy.


Seniors face escalating premiums for long-term care insurance

When she recently opened the bill for her long-term care insurance, retired schoolteacher and counselor Suzie Francis of Piedmont was distraught to learn that the underwriter — Genworth Life Insurance Co. — was increasing her annual premium to $2,514, an increase of $229. It was $1,556 a year when F


Vickers, Santa Fe win 2 OT slugfest with Deer Creek

YUKON, OKLA — Edmond Santa Fe’s Donovan Vickers hit a jumper from the nail with just a second remaining in Friday’s 6A West Area Consolation semifinals. The jumper was far from ordinary, though. It capped off what was a double-overtime win against Edmond’s Deer Creek High School, and it finally evap


Big House Memories: Pittsburg almost knocked off eventual state champion Lomega

Pittsburg looked to get back to state after being eliminated in the 2006 Class B quarterfinals. The Lady Panthers made it to state for the first time ever that season. They bowed out, 53-42, to Arapaho in the state quarterfinals at Midwest City. Pittsburg finished up with a 22-6 record under first-y


MAPS 4 proposal includes multi-purpose outdoor entertainment venue

OKLAHOMA CITY – While many residents across Oklahoma City are starting to see the outcome of the MAPS 3 initiatives, some organizations are already thinking ahead. On Thursday, a MAPS 4 proposal was sent to Mayor David Holt, asking that a multi-purpose outdoor entertainment venue be included in the


Lady Mustangs' run ends in semifinal upset

OKLAHOMA CITY – Brett Tahah couldn’t say much about the way her first season at Frontier High ended. The Lady Mustangs lost 70-52 to Hydro-Eakly on Friday night in the Class A state semifinals at Jim Norick Arena at the State Fairgrounds.


Edmond HS Students Clash Over Trump Hat And Flag; Video Of Assault Goes Viral

EDMOND, Oklahoma - A reported member of Edmond Santa Fe High School's student council was recorded confronting a classmate. The 17-year-old victim is wearing a hat and flag supporting President Trump. The accused student allegedly asked a friend to record the confrontation on their phone.


OCPD Releases Surveillance Videos, Photos Of Wanted Mall Burglary Suspect

OKLAHOMA CITY - Police are investigating the burglaries of two kiosks inside Penn Square Mall. The crimes happened when all of the stores were closed, but the doors to the mall were open and cameras were watching.


Extra innings not kind to OC as UCO sweeps

OKLAHOMA CITY (March 1, 2019) – Not much apparently separates Oklahoma Christian and No. 15-ranked Central Oklahoma, as evidenced by a pair of extra-inning softball thrillers on Friday at Tom Heath Field.


Morgan: Time to modernize the judicial selection process

When it comes to modernizing our government and making our processes more efficient, very few ideas are more pressing than judicial redistricting. Currently, we are abiding by a district map drawn in 1967. I don’t want to date myself, but I was alive in 1967 and am here to tell you that our world –


Bill aims to regulate use of data from license plate readers

OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma lawmakers are considering legislation that would regulate how some license plate information is retained and distributed. The proposal aims to establish guidelines for the automated license plate readers that capture photos of vehicles entering the state.


Roundup: Seiling girls reach finals, Lomega falls; Hennessey, Fairview and Kingfisher advance

OKLAHOMA CITY — Just call the Class A girls State Tournament the Seiling Invitational. The three-time defending state champion Lady Wildcats forced 39 turnovers in beating Smithville, 64-30 in a Class A semifinal at the State Fair Arena Friday to reach the finals for the fourth straight year.


Santa Fe senior pages for State Rep. Miller

OKLAHOMA CITY – Courtney Wilkinson served as a page for State Rep. Nicole Miller, R-Edmond, at the state Capitol Feb. 18-21 during the first session of the 57th state Legislature.