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Oklahoma City, Okla.-Oklahoma is one of only two states in the country to offer a new "healing shot" by re-purposing a patient's blood, spinning it, and then injecting it back into the injured area of the patient.
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WEATHER THAT SHOWS UP OVER THE NEXT SEVERAL DAYS. LATE BREAKING OVERNIGHT, POLICE ARE INVESTIGATING A SHOOTING NEAR THE BRICKTOWN AREA.
Oklahoma City's Traffic and Transportation Commission on Monday approved new regulations for Uber, Lyft and other app-based ride services.
A high-speed chase with a man on a motorcycle went through Oklahoma City and ended Monday afternoon with an arrest.
The Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service will soon have a new space to assist people who are interested in the organization's services.
Nearly 40 ago President Lyndon B. Johnson banned discrimination based on race or national origin.
About 1:05 p.m., a woman walked into the Bank of America, 5613 N May Ave., and showed a note demanding money and indicating she had a gun.
An Oklahoma City man is facing a charge for attempting to illicit sexual conduct from a minor and additional child sex charges could be added.
An Edmond man is facing several charges, accused of sexually assaulting underprivileged children while on a mission trip in Africa.
An Oklahoma City man was arrested after police said he pointed a rifle at two neighbors, and shot at a neighbor's truck.
EXPERTS SAY THAT HOLE DOUBLED IN SIZE OVER THE WEEKEND. WE ARE APPROACHING 5:15 NOW.
Tucker McGee is due in court Monday afternoon for an arraignment on first-degree murder charges in the death of JaRay Wilson.
An 'all-clear' is given at a metro hospital after a man called News 9 to say his cousin placed two bombs in the building to protest gay marriage in Oklahoma.
THE OKLAHOMA CITY COUNCIL WILL CONSIDER TOMORROW. Reporter: ACCORDING TO THE PROPOSAL, THE TRANSPORTATION NETWORK COMPANIES WHICH OPERATE THROUGH A DIGITAL NETWORK STARTED OPERATING IN THE CITY BACK IN OCTOBER.
Supporters say they will continue to push for state funding to build a museum that would highlight the contributions to popular culture made by musicians, writers and other artists with Oklahoma ties.
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Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 12:47 pm
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