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The deadly bombing at the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City killed 168 people and injured nearly 700.
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10 hrs ago | KOCO-TV Oklahoma City
The Oklahoma City Hazmat teams were called out to clean a couple of police officers cars after fears that they may have come into contact with a poisonous substance.
In January, three dogs that were provided by Oklahoma's Humane Society were paired with six inmates.
The ThunderKatz cat club will host its 18th annual all breed and household pet cat show from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 26 and 27 at the Centennial Building, 608 Kiamichi Place, at State Fair Park.
Shelbys' community spirit hasn't wavered Like their picture, Cindi and Mike Shelby's commitment to the community hasn't changed over the years.
"Wife backed out of the driveway. She closed the garage and left. Then about two minutes later, the doorbell rang, and I'm like, 'Who's ringing at 7:20 in the morning?'" said homeowner, David McCracken.
Thursday night, the joint terrorism task force is at the suspect's house on N. McKinley Ave. searching for evidence.
While Oklahoma City was ranked number 1 for best cities to find jobs, many are having a rough time finding employment.
Everyone's invited to celebrate Oklahoma City's 125th birthday by attending an open house at City Hall on Tuesday, April 22. The event will feature free birthday cake, tours of City Hall, history lessons, a Spokies bike tour and children's activities during the Festival of the Arts.
Katelyn Powers, 21, Louella Morton, 27, Jessica Baldwin, 20, Charles Ratcliff, 22, and David Ansiel, 41, were arrested before and shortly after midnight Wednesday on complaints of offering to engage in acts of prostitution.
According to Moore police, officers found the stabbing victim at about 1 a.m. along Interstate 35 near 12th Street.
Beer and bullets, liquor locked and loaded, wine and weapons; one Oklahoma City man said he wants to have a bar at his gun range expected to open its doors soon.
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Oklahoma City Police filed an arrest warrant with those details two months ago, but still have not been able to track down that ex-boyfriend.