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Student stabbed multiple times at Luther High School, police say
According to police, officers responded to reports of a stabbing at Luther High School, located near Northeast 178th Street and Luther Road.
Murder charges filed against suspects in deadly shooting at Okla. grocery store
According to officials with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation, 36-year-old Johnathan Merriman was shot and killed during a drive-by shooting outside Pruett's Food grocery store, near the intersection of East Highway and North Oliphant streets in Holdenville.
Former volunteer firefighter accused of sexually assaulting teen girls arrested again after judge releases him
"I know we got the warrant. This individual had evidentially been arrested a few days ago, was released," said Sheriff Mike Booth with Pottawatomie County. "I don’t know, I can’t say specifically say what went on there, but he was released.”
Ada's first homeless shelter opens to the public
ADA, Okla. (KXII) -President Dania Deschamps-Braly says she named the shelter after Mother Teresa, because she helped everyone despite their religion.
ShoBox tripleheader set for September 21
Jon Fernandez and O’Shaquie Foster will headline a three-fight ShoBox card on September 21 from Shawnee, Oklahoma, in a 10-round super featherweight bout.
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.
Student Stabbed on First day of School in Oklahoma - Fox21Online
The Student has Been Airlifted to a HospitalAugust 16, 2018The Associated PressLUTHER, Okla. (AP) – Investigators say a student has been airlifted to a hospital after a stabbing at a central Oklahoma high school.Oklahoma County sheriff’s spokesman Mark Opgrande says deputies were called to Luther Hi
After Town of Luther fires another police officer, concerns mount about department workload
LUTHER, Okla. - A day after the town fired its second police officer in the last eight months, some residents are raising concern about their safety, as well as that of their remaining police officers.
A road to recovery runs through Byng
Rellon is an extreme athlete in every sense of the phrase. She first entered the U.S. in 2002 during a more than 3,000-mile bike ride from Vancouver to Mexico City — the first of many such treks. In 2006 she hiked the Pacific Coast Trail, an experience which got her to thinking about hiking the Appa
Bristow man killed, woman critically injured in two-vehicle collision on Oklahoma 66
Emergency responders transported Clifford Rosson, 71, and Patsy Rosson, 71, both of Bristow, to Tulsa area hospitals. Clifford Rosson was pronounced dead at the hospital, and Patsy Rosson was admitted in critical condition, according to an Oklahoma Highway Patrol report.
Crews called to ‘water rescue’ in Harrah after boat capsizes
HARRAH, Okla. – Family members of two men whose boat capsized are breathing a sigh of relief after they were found safe early Tuesday morning.Emergency crews were called to a lake near N.E. 23rd and Church in Harrah to help find two men who were lost in the water after their boat capsized.Several cr
OU names interim Associate Vice President for University Community
“I am honored and humbled for the opportunity to serve in this new role,” writes Irungu. “I look forward to working with the faculty, staff, students and the entire OU community to enhance the foundations and principles of inclusive excellence that are part of our OU vision and mission.” Irungu said
USDA agencies hosting a tribal consultation in Shawnee
The seventh annual meeting and consultation will feature leaders from Oklahoma’s sovereign nation, top level executives of USDA’s individual agencies, and leaders of various agencies and organizations across Oklahoma. The meeting will begin at 8:30 a.m. with a networking opportunity. The Tribal Cons
Sky 5 video shows street washed out during storm in Norman
Severe storms moved across central Oklahoma Tuesday night, bringing heavy rain, high winds and flash flooding to the area.
Storms buckle section of Main St. in Norman
NORMAN, Okla. (KOKH) —Part of Main St. in Norman is shut down after the road buckled in Tuesday's severe storms.Norman police say the 4300 block of W. Main is impassable this morning. Officials couldn't say if the damage was caused by wind or rain, only that it was "weather related."This is a develo
Del City police investigating armed robbery of Family Dollar store
On Aug. 13, Del City police officers were called to the Family Dollar store, located in the 3000 block of S.E. 44th St., following a reported robbery.
OU officials announce interim associate vice president for university community
Shumate was hired on as the first vice president after the 2015 scandal involving the Sigma Alpha Epsilonfraternity singing racist chants.Shumate served also as the Chief of Diversity,leading the school’s Office of University Community,which was moved into the ousted fraternity’s old house.
Little Axe bus driver arrested, accused of committing lewd acts with child, police say
Police detectives said Billy Wayne Vuncannon, 40, had committed the acts while in Norman. During the investigation, police learned that Vuncannon was employed as a bus driver with Little Axe Public Schools, officials said.
Talented sculptor Patsy Lane tells stories through her bronze work
ADA – Spend a few minutes talking to award-winning artist Patsy Lane, and all recollection of time will disappear. Stories flow from her, each one wrapping into her journey as a sculptor and what’s at the heart of it all – telling a story through her art.
Book two is now on deck
Here in PV the large posters are scheduled to go up outside next to The Vault Gallery, 111 E. Paul, on Aug 28-30.