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While the ban on same-sex marriage in Oklahoma has been ruled unconstitutional, marriage ceremonies still cannot be performed.
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The Neighborhood Services Organization is set to build a new home where its old one stood at 431 SW 11, just south of the Oklahoma River in the Riverside neighborhood.
OU freshman Joe Mixon quietly reactived his Twitter account Monday evening - hours after being arraigned on a misdemeanor charge - then broke his silence Tuesday afternoon.
A 4.2 Magnitude earthquake hit Oklahoma Tuesday morning. The quake's epicenter was just over 30 miles north of Oklahoma City and was felt for miles, according to the U.S. Geological Survey Our sister stations in Oklahoma City, KFOR-TV and KAUT, were live on air when the tremor hit , as you can see in the video above.
Images circulating on social media warned Oklahomans that a real-life version of the movie " The Purge " was set to take place at the end August.
According to the Oklahoman, the highly-touted freshman running back has been suspended for the season for an incident that led to his being charged with one count of an "act resulting in gross injury."
Former Oklahoma quarterback Kendal Thompson transferred to Utah for a shot at being a starter, but Monday, Travis Wilson was listed atop the depth chart.
Federal marshals and Grant Parish sheriff's deputies are looking for an Oklahoma inmate who escaped from the minimum-security prison in Pollock.
This local article , headlined "Confusion Continues Over Sex Offender Registry In Oklahoma," spotlights some of the legal challenges that can arise when a jurisdiction keeps tinkering with its sex offender registration laws.
Oklahoma credit card users are less likely to complain about their credit card companies than customers in other states, according to an analysis of complaint data to federal regulators.
An effort to legalize medical marijuana in Oklahoma likely won't be included on the November ballot because advocates won't be able to collect enough petition signatures ahead of the deadline, the organizer of the initiative said Friday.
The Oklahoman reports the federal Executive Office for Immigration Review has announced it will no longer hear cases at the location.
Ted Rossier filed the $175,000 claim Thursday with the State Office of Risk Management, The Oklahoman reported .
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 05:08 pm
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