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AAA offers rides over Thanksgiving weekend

AAA Oklahoma will be offering free rides in Enid for anyone who has too much alcohol this Thanksgiving weekend. Tipsy Tow, a free alternative to possibly putting lives in danger or getting a DUI, is available 6 p.m. Wednesday to 4 a.m. Sunday in Enid, metro Tulsa, metro Oklahoma City, Muskogee, Bart

ENID NEWS & EAGLE - 2017-11-20 22:02:53

3.7 Magnitude Earthquake Reported In Oklahoma County

A 3.7- magnitude earthquake was recorded in Oklahoma County, overnight Sunday. The earthquake was recorded shortly after 2:00 a.m. It's epicenter was located in-between Edmond and Arcadia, near N Air Depot Blvd. and E Danforth Rd. The epicenter was approximately 4.1 miles west of Arcadia 4.5 miles

NEWS9.COM - 2017-11-19 18:48:00

OSSAA announces semifinal dates, sites

The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association announced the semifinal locations next weekend for Class 5A, Class 4A and Class C. And Oklahoma City fans have plenty of local options. Each of the four Class 5A and Class 4A games will be played in the Oklahoma City metro. In Class 5A, No.1 Carl


High school football Week 3 playoff pairings

Jenks-Owasso winner vs. Tulsa Union-Broken Arrow winner CLASS 6A-II Championship Neutral site, date and time, TBA Midwest City-Bixby winner vs. Tulsa Washington-Lawton winner CLASS 5A Semifinals At Western Heights Noble (10-2) vs. McGuinness (11-1), 7 p.m. At Choctaw Carl Albert (12-0) vs. Skiatook


Investigative committee to examine Health Department finances

Oklahoma State Department of Health Interim Commissioner Preston Doerflinger provides an initial assessment of the current financial status and the future path forward for the agency at the Cleveland County Health Department on Monday, Nov. 6, 2017 in Norman, Okla. [Photo by Steve Sisney, The Oklah

DAILY OKLAHOMAN - 2017-11-20 23:15:00

Photo Of Skateboard Helps OKC Police Identify Critically Injured Teen

A photo of a broken skateboard helps police identify a critically injured teen. Oklahoma City police posted the photo Monday afternoon on social media and a short time later, detectives were able to notify the teen's family. The 14-year-old is in the hospital listed in critical condition. Police sa

NEWS9.COM - 2017-11-21 02:49:00

Interviews, photos and video: Choruses and cookies - Canterbury Voices prepares 'Messiah' and homemade goodies

Becky Tallent sings Nov. 13 as members of the Canterbury Voices adult chorus rehearse at Oklahoma City University for their upcoming performance of Handel's "Messiah." Canterbury Voices will perform "Messiah" with the Oklahoma City Philharmonic on Dec. 3 at Civic Center Music Hall. Photo by Doug Hok

DAILY OKLAHOMAN - 2017-11-19 13:34:24

Police identify skateboarder in critical condition after being struck by vehicle

Police have identified a skateboarder in critical condition after being struck by a vehicle Sunday in southeast Oklahoma City. The boy was struck around 5:45 p.m. Nov. 19 near SE 59 Street and Sunnylane Avenue, Oklahoma City police say. Police were unable to identify the boy at first and released ph

OKCFOX.COM - 2017-11-20 10:57:06

King Cove Road Debate Continues in Congress

FAIRBANKS, Alaska - For years, Alaska's congressional delegation has fought for approval to connect the village of King Cove to an airport about a dozen miles away. Now it looks like the project may have hope of going forward. In July, the US House approved the 'King Cove Access Project' - a resolut

WEBCENTER 11 - 2017-11-21 03:46:00

UAF Hosts Tribal Governance Symposium

FAIRBANKS, Alaska - The 3rd annual Tribal Governance Symposium kicked-off today at the Wood Center on the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus. The 3 day symposium for the Native tribes of Alaska is described as a time for them to help build up knowledge and understanding of tribal governance. Davi

WEBCENTER 11 - 2017-11-21 03:42:00

Community commerce: Holiday Food Drive

FAIRBANKS, Alaska - In today's 'Community Commerce' we take a look at the outpouring of community support to charitable efforts for the Thanksgiving Holiday. Julia Laude reports. Vegetables, stuffing and of course pumpkin pie. Alan Mitchell; Food Bank Volunteer>>"Thank you so much sir." Alan Mitchel

WEBCENTER 11 - 2017-11-21 03:36:00

Better Business Bureau warns of holiday scams

FAIRBANKS, Alaska - The Better Business Bureau wants to warn consumers of new shopping scams emerging this holiday season. Last year during 'Black Friday', almost 100 million shoppers hit the stores - and this year, the BBB expects that number to grow. The bureau says to remember to always ask for a

WEBCENTER 11 - 2017-11-21 04:09:00

2018 Ice Art Championships Cancelled

FAIRBANKS, Alaska - The World Ice Art Championships have been cancelled for 2018. According to a statement released Saturday, the board of directors for Ice Alaska decided to cancel the international event based on a lack of sponsorship support and the inability to recover from a 2016 fire that dest

WEBCENTER 11 - 2017-11-21 03:52:00

Fairbanks principal lives Hutchison's job-training mission

FAIRBANKS - Like the students who attend Hutchison High School, it's clear that principal Robyn Taylor is at this school because she chose it. Last week was homecoming week at Hutchison and during the lunch hour, students in halls and classrooms decorated shopping carts for an indoor parade schedule

FAIRBANKS DAILY NEWS-MINER - 2017-11-20 09:10:00

Fairbanks veterans laughing all the way to bank

FAIRBANKS - Fairbanks spent about an hour raising money for local veterans recently. All they had to do was laugh. The Laughter Yoga session was held at the Fairbanks Elks Lodge, with class donations going to the Veterans Yoga Project. "As soon as I was contacted by the Veterans Yoga Project, I knew

FAIRBANKS DAILY NEWS-MINER - 2017-11-19 17:45:00

Holiday Travel Tips from Fairbanks International Airport

(Fairbanks, Alaska) - The Fairbanks International Airport (FAI) is preparing for the winter travel season and offers these tips to make holiday travel easier:Check Flight Statuses - Before you leave for the airport, check flight statuses or sign up for flight alerts.Arrive Early - Passengers should

DELTANEWSWEB.COM - 2017-11-19 08:00:00

Lofts on Rock condo project under construction in downtown Georgetown

Construction started in October on Lofts on Rock, a 12-unit condo project that will include retail space at 810 Rock St., Georgetown. The project is anticipated to finish in the spring, and condo units are now available for prelease. Lofts on Rock will feature one- to two- bedroom units with ameniti

COMMUNITYIMPACT.COM - 2017-11-20 17:33:48

Hundreds fill the seats for first Church Security Summit in Georgetown

Williamson County Sheriff Robert Chody addresses crowd at Church Security Summit (KXAN/Erin Cargile) GEORGETOWN, Texas (KXAN) - It started as a post on Twitter following the mass church shooting in Sutherland Springs. Williamson County Sheriff Robert Chody asked if there was any interest in a secu

KXAN - 2017-11-20 05:31:49

TaD's of Cypress now open with seafood favorites on Grant Road

The owners of TaD's of Tomball opened TaD's of Cypress on Sept. 1 at 13215 Grant Road, Cypress. The new location serves breakfast, Cajun seafood, salads, burgers, po'boy sandwiches and steaks. 281-762-0312. www.facebook.com/tadsofcypress The owners of TaD's of Tomball opened TaD's of Cypress on Sept

COMMUNITYIMPACT.COM - 2017-11-20 17:20:25

5 things to know about the 2017-18 flu season

Influenza activity typically peaks between the months of December and February, and with flu season in full swing, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention recommends everyone 6 months and older receive a vaccine. Included in a report from the CDC on the 2017-18 influenza season and flu vaccine

COMMUNITYIMPACT.COM - 2017-11-20 19:16:56