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Oklahoma State Fair Mask and Vaccination Requirements

Today's the day, the Oklahoma State Fair is officially open! The state fair will be going on in Oklahoma City at the OKC Fairgrounds starting today until Sunday, September 26th (09-26-21). Last year it was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Since there was no state fair last year organizers are interested to see how big or small the crowd gets. I'm betting it'll be a near record year. People are ready to get back to "normal."
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OCDC inmates assaulted, jail guard on duty arrested

OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) — A jail guard at the Oklahoma City Detention Center has been arrested for neglecting to perform her nightly duties, which resulted in several inmates being sexually and/or physically assaulted. The Oklahoma County Criminal Justice Authority reports that Detention Officer LeeMontye Hennesy was working on the 6th...
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39-year-old man dies after altercation leads to assault in southwest OKC, police say

OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma City police are investigating a homicide after an assault victim died at a hospital on Wednesday. According to police, a medical call was made just after 3:30 p.m. to a parking lot near Southwest 59th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue. At the time of the call, police said they were not needed and did not arrive at the scene due to it being a medical call for service.
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Judge convicts woman in 2020 Norman murder

A Cleveland County judge on Tuesday convicted a woman on a charge in connection with a July 2020 murder in Norman. Keabreauna Bronte Boyd, 32, was found guilty of second-degree murder in connection with the death of Luis Raynard Williams, 59. Boyd’s conviction was articulated in a Tuesday summary order from Judge Lori Walkley.
NORMAN, OK
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Shawnee ends temporary moratorium on medical marijuana businesses applications

Shawnee City Commissioners have chosen to end a temporary moratorium on the granting of new permits and licenses for medical marijuana businesses. The ban lasted less than three months. In June, the city deemed it in the community's best interest to tap the brakes as the state continued to work...
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OKC police seek help in man's homicide

OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) — According to Oklahoma City Police Department, 39-year-old Calvin Harjo was transported to a hospital after a call was placed for medical attention. Police did not arrive at the scene due to it being a call for medical assistance. Reports say Harjo arrived at the hospital and...
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Film on Karen Dalton's life being shown next month

The life of folk singer and former Enid resident Karen Dalton is being brought to the big screen at a couple of independent theaters in Oklahoma. “Karen Dalton: In My Own Time” highlights the music and tumultuous life of the singer, who grew up and was raised in Enid before becoming part of the Greenwich Village folk music scene later in her life.
ENID, OK
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Former Oklahoma County Jail detention officer facing charge

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – A former Oklahoma County detention officer is facing a misdemeanor charge after investigators said she did not check on the safety and welfare of inmates while they were allegedly being sexually and physically assaulted. “It didn’t take too long before somebody else noticed there was something...
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK
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Moore Police arrest man who defecated in grocery store freezer

MOORE, Okla. (KOKH) - Moore Police arrested a man who acted bizarrely over the weekend inside the Crest on Eastern. Officers posted on Facebook Wednesday that the man, who they did not identify, was in custody. "We are pleased to inform you that as of yesterday evening, with the assistance...
MOORE, OK
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The best places in Oklahoma to see fall colors

As rains start to return and bring cooler weather back to Oklahoma, the time is coming for the leaves to begin changing from green to vivid shades of red, yellow and orange. For those looking to catch a glimpse of Oklahoma's autumn beauty, there are a number of trips and places to visit.
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High school football game canceled due to poor grades

OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) — Millwood Public Schools announced that Friday's football game between Millwood Falcons and Clinton Red Tornadoes has been canceled. The Superintendent of Millwood, Cecilia Robinson-Woods, said the cancellation of the game is due to the school's poor academic standing. "Millwood football has always stood behind the importance...
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK
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15 year old wanted in connection to Bricktown shooting

OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) — A 15 year old is wanted in connection with the shooting that happened at Harkins Theater back in August. On the night of the shooting, Oklahoma City Police Department was called to the scene to find Travis Prince dead. The male victim recounted events to the police, telling them Prince had a gun and was trying to rob them. The victim had a gun of his own and fired at Prince, killing him.
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Dozens arrested, hundreds of Xanax pills seized in Oklahoma City warrant sweep

A wide-ranging warrant sweep in the Oklahoma City metro area led to dozens of arrests and the confiscation of weapons and drugs. The joint effort, called “Operation Spartan” and conducted in late August by the Oklahoma City Police Department and U.S. Marshals Service, netted 46 arrests, with one suspect arrested twice and another having been discovered to have died prior to the sweep.
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