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Multiple agencies respond to large fire in Choctaw

CHOCTAW, Okla. — Multiple agencies are responding to a large fire in Choctaw. On Sunday afternoon, several agencies responded to a fire in the 1100 block of Hillpoint Lane, including Nicoma Park, Midwest City, Harrah and Newalla fire. KOCO 5 will provide updates as they become available.
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Update: Police say Edmond Sgt. Joseph Wells shot at pickup before collision Friday

EDMOND ― Police have released new details and the identities of those involved in the collision that injured an Edmond motorcycle police officer Friday. Sgt. Joseph Wells, 40, who has worked with the Edmond City Police Department for 16 years, was seriously injured about 1:50 p.m. Friday after pursuing a pickup truck witnesses say had been recklessly driven in Edmond city limits.
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Oklahoma Woman Hit By Phone Falling Off Ride at the State Fair

Always check those pockets folks. I think we all know their is a little danger in riding some of those rides at the State Fairs throughout the country. However, while waiting in the line, you don't expect to get injured. Unfortunately, a woman attending the Oklahoma State Fair in Oklahoma City was hit in the head with a cell phone that someone had on them while riding.
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2022 Oklahoma Angels in Adoption Award recipient

U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) yesterday congratulated Edmond resident Sarah Tippit for receiving the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute’s “Angels in Adoption” award. “Having experienced the joys of adoption within my own family, I am all the more excited to congratulate Sarah Tippit on being selected as a 2022 Angels in Adoption Honoree. “For four years now, Sarah has been a beacon…
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Scissortail Park is now complete. The newly opened park extends from Oklahoma City Boulevard to the Skydance Bridge over Interstate 40 and stretches to the shore of the Oklahoma River. Altogether, Scissortail Park offers 70 acres of educational and recreational activities for Oklahoma City residents and visitors. The 40-acre Upper...
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Mathis Brothers begins work on new store

Construction recently started on a new business in Town Center Plaza. Mathis Brothers Furniture is opening a new furniture store in the former JC Penney building, 7127 SE 29th St. It will be the first of the company’s new concept called Mathis Home and will feature many of the products and brands found at their main store in west Oklahoma City.
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Rose State leads the way

Connie Kuebeck, RN, MS, MBA is the associate dean for health sciences at Rose State University. She’ll celebrate 43 years in nursing this May. And every day she gets to be a part of molding the next generation of nurses at one of the most student-centric programs in the metro.
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The Heat Returns And Will Continue Into The Weekend

We had a cool start this morning with most locations dropping into the 50s. A spotty shower possible tonight into Saturday. Highs will zoom back up and climb into the low 90s, and it will be sunny and dry for central Oklahoma. Highs will remain hot and continue into Sunday.
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Electric crews from across Oklahoma compete in Lineman Rodeo

EDMOND, Okla. — Crews took advantage of the nice weather Thursday to participate in a friendly competition at the Lineman Rodeo in Edmond. "They are competing in a multitude of events," said Glenn Fischer, director of Edmond Electric. "The goal is, first of all, to do the events quickly but most importantly safely."
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Oklahoma records nearly 40 degree temperature drop

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) — After Wednesday brought record tying highs in the upper 90s in central Oklahoma and bountiful 100s in northern Oklahoma, Thursday is much cooler. Clouds are keeping temps in northern Oklahoma in the 60s to lower 70s Thursday afternoon. Unfortunately rainfall is not expected to be enough to help the drought at all.
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