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Oklahoma teen allegedly shot, held hostage by family member

MIDWEST CITY, Okla. (KFOR) – Neighbors are reacting after a man allegedly shot a 13-year-old family member at point-blank range Sunday night and held him as a hostage during a stand-off with Midwest City Police. The family told News 4 the victim, Chris, underwent emergency surgery and has a long...
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Oklahoma Loses Major WR Commit

Lincoln Riley has lost his first commitment in the 2022 class. Garland, TX, wide receiver Jordan Hudson announced on Twitter that he had decommitted from OU. One of the earliest members of the 2022 class, Hudson had been pledged to the Sooners since July 21, 2020. Rated a 4-star recruit...
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5-star WR Hudson decommits from Oklahoma

Five-star wide receiver Jordan Hudson decommitted from Oklahoma, he announced Monday. Hudson chose the Sooners last July over offers from several schools, including Alabama, Texas, and LSU. "First off, I would like to thank coach (Lincoln) Riley and the entire OU staff for believing in me and giving me the...
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“To me, it’s like she’s gone, but she’s not gone,” Oklahoma family still searching for answers in 2013 cold case murder of Norman mother

NORMAN, Okla. (KFOR) – Norman police are hoping a monetary reward will help solve a young mom’s mysterious death. Owachige Osceola’s body was discovered inside her Norman duplex on September 25, 2013. Her friend, Cassandra Mejia, said Osceola’s family couldn’t find peace until her killer is found. “To me, it’s...
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IN YOUR CORNER: Problems persist in Oklahoma City apartment

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Should you stop by Magnolia Village in a rainstorm, you might find one heck of a mess. News 4 first stopped by the complex a couple weeks back. Residents told our team they’re constantly dealing with flooding, insect issues, and a lack of response from maintenance.
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Oklahoma City teacher crowned Miss Oklahoma 2021

OKLAHOMA CITY — A new Miss Oklahoma has been crowned. Pageant officials crowned Ashleigh Robinson over the weekend. She is an English teacher at F.D. Moon Middle School in Oklahoma City. Robinson joined KOCO 5 on Monday to talk about her mission to create equitable opportunities and a culture of...
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Stay Overnight In A Glorified Tent At Osage Hills State Park In Oklahoma

“Roughing it” never sounded so good in an overnight stay in a glamorous tent in Osage Hills State Park. This “glamping” experience is outdoor living at its finest.  Guests can rent furnished tents that come equipped with heating, comfortable beds, patios, picnic tables and so much more. Book an overnight stay here and your batteries […] The post Stay Overnight In A Glorified Tent At Osage Hills State Park In Oklahoma appeared first on Only In Your State.
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WATCH: Oklahoma man captures tornado on camera midflight

TUTTLE, Okla. (KFOR) – An Oklahoma man caught once-in-a-lifetime footage of an EF0 tornado while midflight Saturday afternoon. J. Evans was flying his glider around Tuttle and Minco Saturday afternoon when a shear funnel formed near him. Evans was able to navigate his glider around the formation while filming the...
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Changes coming to Oklahoma's medical cannabis laws.

Three years after Oklahoma voters approved legalizing medical marijuana, the state will beef up enforcement of its cannabis laws. State lawmakers this year approved a slate of legislation that allows state agencies to ensure medical marijuana businesses are complying with licensing, testing, operation and tax requirements. Beginning Nov. 1, medical...
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It’s not complicated. It’s Oklahoma’s statehood

The Sunday, June 13 headline in The Oklahoman (‘Feds seek $82 million for reservation case costs’) distilled the latest series of steps taken to dismantle Oklahoma. If Congress agrees to spend the money, the U.S. government will spend that money to crush efforts to sustain the area we call “Oklahoma.”
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More Oklahomans Will Now Qualify for the $1,200 “Back to Work” Incentive!

The end is near...Next Saturday, June 26th (06-26-21) the additional Federal unemployment benefits will expire in the state of Oklahoma. If you're currently collecting unemployment after the 26th of this month you'll lose that extra $300 per week you've been receiving. Back in May Governor Kevin Stitt along with representatives from the OESC (Oklahoma Employment Security Commission) announced that they would be cancelling those extra weekly payments. Instead they'll offer a "Back to Work" cash incentive for Oklahomans who return to the workforce. They've just expanded the program so that more people will qualify!