Crescent, March 05 High School Baseball⚾ Game Notice
The Chisholm High School baseball team will have a game with Crescent High School on March 05, 2024, 16:45:00 CST. Want to throw HARDER? Earn yourself a scholarship? Then this is the Program for You!.
Piedmont business hauls hay bales to ranchers impacted by western Oklahoma wildfires
PIEDMONT, Okla. — Firefighters in northwest Oklahoma were still working to get wildfires fully contained this weekend as high-risk fire weather was still impacting the state. Central Oklahoma residents stepped in to help the ranchers in need after the wildfires burned land and homes, as well as killed cattle...
Who Made the CINCH Timed Event Championship's First Cut?
The CINCH Timed Event Championship is underway at the Lazy E Ranch and the field has been shrunk to just 20.
Preparations already underway for 2024 LibertyFest Parade
EDMOND, OKLA. (KOKH) — LibertyFest Parade organizers are gearing up for 2024 festivities. Entry forms are open for those who participated in the 2023 LibertyFest. Entries will open to the general public on Sunday, March 10 at midnight. The Fourth of July Festival has been happening in Edmond since...
Oklahoma School Is Being Investigated After Video Shows Kids Licking Toes For Fundraiser: ‘Disgusting’
A recent incident at Deer Creek High School in Edmond, Oklahoma has stirred up controversy and sparked an investigation by state authorities. A video from a fundraiser event at the school surfaced online, showing students engaging in a bizarre activity that involved sucking and licking each other’s toes. The footage, which quickly went viral, depicted ... Read more The post Oklahoma School Is Being Investigated After Video Shows Kids Licking Toes For Fundraiser: ‘Disgusting’ appeared first on Hollywood Unlocked .
Oklahoma County Not A Sanctuary County, Commission Says
The Oklahoma County Commission is meeting Monday morning to vote on a resolution clarifying the county is not a sanctuary for people who cross the border illegally. Last week Fox News cited a study saying Oklahoma County is a sanctuary county. Just to clear it up, this morning commissioners are...
OBN seizes $300 million worth of illegal marijuana, arrest woman during drug bust
OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics seized $300 million worth of illegal marijuana during a drug bust Thursday in south OKC. Get the latest news stories of interest by clicking here. Authorities said agents seized more than 82,000 plants and nearly 2,000 pounds of processed marijuana. "A...
The coldest February in Logan County history—and the warmest
Stacker compiled a list of the warmest and coldest Februaries in each county's history using data from the National Centers for Environmental Information.
Authorities prepare for another weekend of fire danger across Oklahoma
OKLAHOMA CITY — A fire danger is once again threatening Oklahoma as dry and warm conditions return. Oklahoma County Emergency Management officials said they're ready to help other counties as crews statewide prepare for the risk. "We've got significant fuel loads in many areas, so those things combined to...
Oklahoma law enforcement busts Arkansas duo carrying 1500 fentanyl pills
OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) — Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office along with OKCPD busted two people pedaling a large amount of fentanyl pills Wednesday, February 28. According to deputies working with OKCPD, they arrested 44-year-old Mark Friesen and 41-year-old Julianna Freeman, both of Arkansas, for traveling with and selling over 1500 fentanyl pills.
GAVE IT THEIR ALL
Lady Falcons fall in the first round to top-ranked Dover. After losing in the regional tournament finals to the defending state champions, the Turner Lady Falcons found themselves behind the eight ball. From there, they knew it was win and go on or lose and go home, and in typical Lady Falcon fashion, they won three straight games, earning a trip as one of only eight Class B teams who made it to the big show – the state tournament.
Could Oklahoma ban cellphones in schools? One bill is inching closer to approval
EDMOND — A senior at Edmond Santa Fe High School, Teddy Doe has had a cellphone since sixth grade. He routinely uses it during school time, often to do research for assignments on websites that are blocked using the electronic device provided by the school district, but sometimes to kill time once his classwork is finished.
OKC Parks and Recreation Department Announces New Classes and Activities for Local Residents
The Oklahoma City Parks and Recreation Department has announced new classes and sports activities. On March 2, a plant propagation basics class will be held at Will Rogers Gardens, located at 3400 NW 36th St. The class will teach participants how to grow plants from cuttings and seeds. The registration fee is $25 per person.
Okarche turns in strong defensive effort to down Caddo for Class A boys championship
OKLAHOMA CITY — When Okarche lost in last year’s quarterfinal round of the state tournament, Hunter Mueggenborg was not happy. In fact, the junior guard was flat out disappointed in the way his squad competed. When they got back to The Big House this year, Mueggenborg was going to make sure ...
Lady Falcons fall in the first round to top-ranked Dover.
After losing in the regional tournament finals to the defending state champions, the Turner Lady Falcons found themselves behind the eight ball. From there, they knew it was win and go on or lose and go home, and in typical Lady Falcon fashion, they won three straight games, earning a trip as one of only eight Class B teams who made it to the big show – the state tournament.
Edmond City Council approves utility customer service lobby
The Edmond City Council unanimously approved the construction of an in-person utility customer service lobby at a city council meeting on Tuesday.
'They Were Extremely Grateful': Metro Disaster Recovery Program Sends Supplies To Wildfire Victims
Wildfires in the Texas and Oklahoma panhandles burned more than a million acres combined. Now, some Oklahoma City groups want to help those in need. Areas of the Texas panhandle saw the worst of this week's wildfires, but several communities in Oklahoma also evacuated this week including in Ellis County, where fires continue to burn Saturday evening.
Mayor's Essay Contest Tasks Students With Conceptualizing A City Mascot
The Edmond mayor's essay contest is taking submissions in its 39th annual competition. The prompt of this year's contest is "if the city of Edmond had a mascot, what would it be and what would it do?" The competition is open to first through fifth graders in the city. Students...
Firefighters battle large wildfire in Logan, Payne Counties
McIntyre Law Chopper 4 is on the scene of a large wildfire in Orlando, Oklahoma which borders Logan and Payne counties.
Long-serving Oklahoma City Police Chief Wade Gourley to Retire; Nationwide Search for Replacement Begins
Oklahoma City Police Chief Wade Gourley is retiring after 34 years of service. Gourley, the city's 50th Police Chief, will stay in his role until a replacement is found. He manages 1,235 uniformed officers and 413 other employees. His tenure included leading the Police Department during the COVID-19 pandemic and the protests following George Floyd's death.