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Altercation at the altar: Enid man accused of attacking 2 priests inside Catholic Church

ENID, Okla. - Enid police say a man armed with a crucifix attacked two priests Thursday at the St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church. When Victor Munoz showed up here to church, the priests thought he was here to pray, but that's when the alleged attack happened.


DNA testing reveals surprise sibling for 95 year-old Enid woman

Norma Roy, 95, of Enid, has seen a lot of things in her life. But, until Thursday, she'd never seen her brother, Harry. Well, not this brother Harry. Roy has had two brothers named Harry, fathered by the same man, but living their lives 1,600 miles apart, unknown to each other. It wasn't until separ


Sheriff Niles will not face manslaughter charges

Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals voted 5-0 Thursday to deny a prosecutor's request to have suspended Garfield County Sheriff Jerry Niles face a charge of first-degree manslaughter charge in the death of a jail inmate in 2016.


Enid Author Fest March 2

ENID, OK – The Enid Public Library, Enid Writers Club and Friends of the Library invite you to come out and visit authors from around the region for the 2019 Enid Author Fest the first Saturday in March. See a list of authors and schedule HERE.


What's 2 Do in Enid, area

Feb. 22-28 THEATER [Friday-Saturday]. 'Bus Stop,' 7 p.m., Central National Bank Center. Dinner starts at 7 with show at 8. Tickets are $65 each. Tickets and menu options available online at gaslighttheatre.org.


City approves Lahoma Courts sale; theater, steak house planned

Enid city commissioners approved Thursday the sale of the Lahoma Courts property to Kyle Williams, who has plans for a movie theater, Colton's Steak House & Grill and Jiffy Trip on the land.


Sister fights for justice after Britney Tiger’s body found in remote Oklahoma reserve

Britney Tiger “had a heart of gold,” according to her sister Jessica Tyson. Jessica told Dateline that, as a mother, sister, daughter, aunt and friend, Britney always wore a smile and forever lent a helping hand.


Weight Loss Plan: How An Oklahoma Man Dropped More Than 140 Pounds On A Bet

A $2,000 bet with a friend helped motivate an Oklahoma man to shed over 140 pounds in one year. Tyler Segraves, a 35-year-old sales representative from Oklahoma City, has gained national attention and a strong social media following for his efforts.


Enid's Dodd falls in OT at state wrestling semifinals

OKLAHOMA CITY — Enid 285-pound senior Colten Dodd just missed having a Cinderella day at the Class 6A state wrestling tournament Friday at the State Fair Arena. Dodd, 27-14, after pinning Ashton Aldridge of Yukon in 3:37 in the first round, fell to Eastern regional champion Caleb Orr, 2-1 in overtim


Reba name-checks Oklahoma in new song

TULSA, Okla. - Oklahoma native and country legend Reba McEntire released a new song off her upcoming album Friday and her home state gets a mention in the title. “No U in Oklahoma” was co-written by McEntire, Ronnie Dunn and Donna McSpadden, according to Rolling Stone. The song is an upbeat breakup


Court Rules Garfield County Sheriff Will Not Stand Trial

The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals ruled Garfield County Sheriff Jerry Niles will not stand trial over a jail inmate's death, according to his attorney. Niles was accused of first-degree manslaughter for the 2016 death of an inmate arrested for public intoxication.


Reba McEntire Drops 'No U in Oklahoma' From Upcoming 'Stronger Than the Truth' Record

Surprise! Reba McEntire just dropped a new song, "No U in Oklahoma," from her upcoming Stronger Than the Truth record. McEntire co-wrote the song with Ronnie Dunn and Donna McSpadden.


Priests assaulted with crucifix by man high on edibles

Enid, OK (KOKH) — Police say two priests confronted 21-year-old Victor Munoz in St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church Thursday afternoon after they caught him stealing a crucifix.


Oklahoma’s Oldest Movie Theater and the recipe for keeping in open since 1915

CARNEGIE, OKLAHOMA -- You might not notice at first, but start reading the business signs on Carnegie's Main Street and you'll find a familiar name. Liberty Dental, Liberty Floral, Liberty Drug, and the original, the oldest continuously operated theater in Oklahoma, a theater that first opened in 19


New Development To Include Movie Theater & Restaurants

ENID, OK – Following an executive session held Thursday evening in the city administration building, the Enid City Council approved the sale of a tract of land located at Cleveland and Owen K. Garriott to Kyle Williams.


North Enid passes emergency ordinance on noise

The town of North Enid recently passed an emergency ordinance on noise in the municipality. The ordinance adds a section to the town's municipal code titled "sounds impacting residential life" and provides for a another new section called "amplified sound," according to a legal notice published in t


9th Annual Good Scout Luncheon

ENID, OK – The Boy Scouts of America, Cimarron Council will be holding the 9th Annual Good Scout Luncheon Benefiting the Scouts of Enid and Garfield County. It will take place at the Oakwood Country Club, 1601 N. Oakwood on Tuesday, February 26, 2019 at 12 Noon.


Oklahoma faith leaders plan vigil seeking to stop gun bill

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Several Oklahoma faith leaders are planning a vigil outside the office of Oklahoma's new governor urging him to rethink his support for a bill that would allow people to carry guns in public without training or background checks.


Area Roundup: Frontier girls win fourth-straight area title, head to state

All week long, the Frontier High girls basketball team was locked in and the Lady Mustangs played Friday night like they practiced. Frontier dominated Garber 75-39 in the Area Championship at Stroud High School for their fourth-straight title plaque and a berth in the Class A State Tournament for th


OSU basketball: Walk-on J.K. Hadlock joins roster

STILLWATER — Another player from last month's walk-on tryout will join Oklahoma State's roster for Saturday's game at Kansas State. J.K. Hadlock, a 6-foot-1 guard from Fairfax who went to Glencoe High School, will be the sixth walk-on on the Cowboys' roster, the fifth to be added since the Jan. 16 d