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Inmate at Oklahoma County Detention Center dies at hospital

OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) — The Oklahoma County Detention Center reported an inmate's death on Saturday. Officials said Corey McMichael was being housed on the medical floor of the detention center when he began experiencing health-related issues. McMichael was taken to a medical clinic before he was taken to a...
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Saturday morning shooting leaves 1 woman dead

OKLAHOMA CITY — A 21-year-old woman was shot and killed early Saturday morning at an events center, Oklahoma City police said. Another person was shot and is recovering. The person showed up at the hospital later, on their own, police said. Multiple other people are also in the hospital...
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Heat Notes: Durant, Highsmith, Jovic, Summer League

The Heat could try to improve their bargaining power in a potential Kevin Durant trade by negotiating with the Thunder to remove protections on the 2025 first-round pick owed to OKC, writes Anthony Chiang of The Miami Herald. If Oklahoma City agrees to accept the pick with no lottery protection,...
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Thunder Signing Eugene Omoruyi To Two-Way Contract

The Thunder are signing free-agent swingman Eugene Omoruyi to a two-way contract, his agent Mike George of One Legacy Sports told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski (Twitter link). Oklahoma City now has both of its two-way spots filled, as the other is occupied by Lindy Waters III. Omoruyi went undrafted in...
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Two Injured After Plane Crash In NW Oklahoma City

A frightening morning for a pilot and their passenger after their plane crashed in Northwest Oklahoma City. The wreck happened at about 6:30 a.m. Saturday morning. A single engine plane crashed in a field and spun a couple of times. The two people inside the plane were trapped when first...
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Metro Summer Youth Camp Hopes To Prevent Violence In The Community

A metro nonprofit is working to prevent violence in the community this summer. Their annual youth camp was back this year after a three-year hiatus due to COVID-19. The founder, Kuinten Rucker, said the message he wants to instill is what you do today will impact tomorrow. He got the idea to start this camp over ten years ago, when violence took away someone in his family.
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Civil War Cannon Donated To Pawnee Bill Museum

The Pawnee Bill Ranch and Museum now has a Civil War style cannon that belonged to Pawnee Bill himself on display. "They were discussing that the cannon was coming back home, and so I told the wife...'We have got to go to this dedication'," said visitor Mike Bender. The cannon...
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