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It's a wonderful day in the Neighborhood Neighborhood Jam has the recipe for becoming Norman's go-to breakfast and lunch destination
“We want to be known as the neighborhood breakfast spot,” Hill said. “Whether you’re grabbing a cup of coffee to go, meeting friends or clients, having a bite to eat on your way to work or coming in for lunch, we want to get ourselves in the neighborhood as deep as we can.”
Officials: Norman Police investigate threats to Norman High School
NORMAN, Okla.- The Norman Police Department is investigating a potential threat to Norman High School.Investigators are currently working to determine the validity of the threat.Right now, there will be an increased police presence at the school and surrounding area for the rest of Friday.No other d
Norman's American Legion Post receives state, national awards
For the second year in a row, Norman’s American Legion Post #88 has earned top honors as “Post of the Year” for the State of Oklahoma. The organization also earned certificates of appreciation in two of the American Legion’s four award categories: a second place for Children and Youth, and a third p
Woman stabbed in northwest Oklahoma City, police say
The stabbing was reported in the 720 block of North Rockwell Avenue, near the intersection of Northwest 10th Street and North Rockwell Avenue, according to police.
Police investigate suspected serial rapist
NORMAN — The Norman Police Department is investigating Stephen Homan, a man whom they believe to be a serial rapist, following a recent rape investigation.
National film festival comes to Norman
About a year after the inaugural festival, environmental groups began asking SYRCL to bring the nationally recognized festival, which is hosted in Nevada City and Grass Valley, California, to their communities.
Two men arrested in connection with threats to Norman middle school
Officers located the two suspects, 21-year-old Ryan Tripp and 28-year-old Michael Mahseet, inside a vehicle in the area of State Highway 9 and 24th Avenue SW overnight.
One in critical condition after a wreck in Mustang
MUSTANG, Okla. – A crash in Mustang leaves one in critical condition.Two vehicles, and three people were involved in the wreck.Only one person was rushed to the hospital in critical condition.This accident happen just before 3 p.m.We will keep you updated.
Norman police investigate suspected serial rapist
On June 28, NPD initiated an investigation into a first degree rape that occurred in Norman. Investigators quickly learned that the suspect, 24-year-old Stephen Homan, was currently charged with first degree rape in Custer County and was about to face a jury trial. During the course of the investiga
Body found when vehicle pulled from river in Oklahoma City
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Authorities say a body was found inside a vehicle after it was pulled from the North Canadian River in western Oklahoma City.Battalion Fire Chief Grant Roberts said the body was found Saturday morning after the vehicle was removed from the river at the Stinchcomb Wildlife Refuge
Charges filed against man who made threatening phone call to Norman middle school
Ryan Tripp, 21, was charged with conspiracy to commit terrorism for leaving a voicemail atAlcott Middle Schoolsaying he would “kill every one of you.”
OKC police: Woman dies after driving into river
The car went into the river near Overholser Drive and N. County Line Road, just east of the Kilpatrick Turnpike. Officers attempted to locate the vehicle, bur were unable to do so. The search resume when it became light, according to police, and the vehicle was recovered. Police say they found a wom
Norman to release new compost
NORMAN — The city of Norman will have a new release of compost starting Aug. 25. The compost may be picked up from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on that day.Beginning Aug. 27, the compost also will be available to nonresidents, as long as supplies last.There is no charge for residents who load the compost the
Interview and video: Vince Gill talks new music, hometown memories, the Eagles, The Time Jumpers and more before Saturday's OKC show
Or, at least the chance at a little musical vindication.The Country Music Hall of Famer, who was born in Norman and bred in Oklahoma City, will put on a hometown show Saturday at the Civic Center Music Hall, where early in his career, he and a group of fellow bluegrass musicians had an, um, unforget
OKC officer charged in fatal shooting of suicidal man will stand trial, judge rules
A preliminary hearing was held Friday morning for Keith Sweeney, who was arrested and booked into jail in December, 2017, shortly after the District Attorney’s Office filed charges against the nine-year Oklahoma City Police Department veteran.
Officials working to recover vehicle found in river near Lake Overholser
OKLAHOMA CITY – Officials are working to recover a vehicle found in the North Canadian River near Lake Overholser Saturday.Emergency crews responded to the area near NW 39th and Council around 1:55 a.m.The Oklahoma City Fire Department tells News 4 fishermen heard screeching tires and then saw break
Ex-Ohio State assistant Zach Smith took White House nudes, spent thousands on sex toys, report says
In this Sept. 17, 2016, file photo, Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer, right, and then-assistant coach Zach Smith, left, gesture from the sidelines during an NCAA college football game against Oklahoma in Norman, Okla. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki, File)
New Oklahoma City restaurant looking to hire 120 employees
Firebirds Wood Fired Grill, which specializes in aged steaks, fresh seafood, chicken and ribs, will open its first location in the Sooner State in mid-September.
Oklahoma City officer heading to trial in fatal shooting of suicidal man
On November 15, 2017 officersresponded to reports of a suicidal person around in the courtyard of Parkview Village Homes, 1416 SW 20 Street. When officers arrived on-scene, they say Pigeon was holding a bottle of lighter fluid and threatening to light himself on fire.
Ex-Ohio State assistant Zach Smith took White House nudes, spent thousands on sex toys: report
Reporter Brett McMurphy published a story on WatchStadium.com on Friday evening which says that he has documents and receipts proving Smith spent more than "$2,200 in sex toys, male apparel and photography equipment and had the items delivered to him at Ohio State's Woody Hayes Athletic Center in 20