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14 hrs ago | News9 Oklahoma City
The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma is asking for the communities help in a national online campaign that would help fight hunger in the state. The food bank asks Oklahomans to visit Walmart's 'Fight Hunger.
18 hrs ago | KOCO-TV Oklahoma City
The OSDH said it was confirmed through laboratory testing conducted by the Centers for Disease Control. Although enteroviruses are a common cause of respiratory illness, EV-D68 is a relatively rare type of enterovirus in the United States, according to the OSDH.
22 hrs ago | KSWO
The credit card comparison site, CreditDonkey, compiled a list of cities in Oklahoma and ranked them based on crime rate, commute time, income, education and restaurants per capita. Lawton was ranked #9.
Yesterday | NewsOn6 Tulsa
In a news release, the Oklahoma Department of Health says laboratory testing by the CDC has confirmed Enterovirus D68 in seven of 24 specimens submitted from Oklahoma hospitals and laboratories. "Children less than 5 years old and children with underlying asthma appear to be at greatest risk of having medical complications from EV-D68 requiring hospitalization," said State Epidemiologist Dr. Kristy Bradley.
Yesterday | Water Online
The state recently "secured more than $37 million in federal funding for dam improvements...and for water system repairs in communities with aging pipes and treatment plants," Tulsa Public Radio reported . The money was included in the farm bill signed into law in February.
Yesterday | Gawker
Wagons are being circled, tizzies are being thrown and children are being thought of in Oklahoma City, as the state's religious leaders are urging the faithful to pray like they've never prayed before in preparation for the most eagerly-anticipated religious event in the history of the city-one which the Catholic Diocese of Oklahoma claims could engulf the city with satanic evil via dry ice and a bucket of fake piss. The Oklahoman reports that the black mass set for September 21 at the Oklahoma City Civic Center's City Space Theater has officially been sold-out, with all 88 seats snapped up by Satanists or the satanic-curious.
An attorney asked the Oklahoma Supreme Court on Monday to dismiss his lawsuit challenging a new oil and natural gas production tax. Jerry Fent, of Oklahoma City, told the court that "upon further consideration and for the benefit of those herein and hereout" he was filing for the lawsuit to be dismissed, with prejudice, meaning it could not be refiled.
A man died from the injuries he suffered in a traffic accident in August, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported Monday. Dustin Delrea Tucker, 34, of Kiowa, was driving a pickup about 12:40 p.m. Aug. 24 westbound on Reynolds Loop.
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The arrest of NFL star Adrian Peterson has reignited a big debate over when discipline becomes abuse. In Oklahoma, the law allows parents to spank their children, but does not specify when it crosses the line.
Using nitrogen gas for executions is what one Oklahoma lawmaker plans to introduce as a bill next year for an alternative to lethal injection. Rep. Mike Christian of Oklahoma City says he will release his plan Tuesday morning.
Cassidy Middle School seventh grader Malavika Rajaram, 12, watches an interactive touch screen display in the newly renovated second floor of The Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum, in Oklahoma City Monday, Sept. 15, 2014.
The president of the Oklahoma NAACP wants the U.S. attorney general to open a hate crimes and civil rights investigation into alleged sexual assaults on black women by an Oklahoma City police officer. Daniel Holtzclaw was arrested on Aug. 21 and accused of groping and raping several black women from February through June while on duty patrolling the city's northeast side.
Oklahoma drivers are nearly 3 percent less likely to hit a deer in the next year than they were in the past year, according to claims data from State Farm. Oklahoma drivers have a 1 in 213 chance of striking a deer, below the national odds of 1 in 169, State Farm said Monday.
The U.S. Geological Survey has recorded several small earthquakes in northern Oklahoma during the weekend. The largest quake was a 3.6 magnitude temblor recorded at 7:01 a.m. Sunday about 15 miles northwest of Enid.
After decades of silence, the family of a woman murdered in southwest Oklahoma is hoping a reward will produce new leads. The family is raising money to help solve the cold case and finally bring a killer to justice.
Oklahoma State University's Center for Health Sciences is hoping to recruit more Native American high school and college students into the medicine and science fields. The Office for the Advancement of American Indians in Medicine and Science was created at the Tulsa-based medical school in April.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 10:50 pm
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