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- Judicial take on legislation: Enid lawyers speak on pending bills in Legislature
- Kick saves the day for Cowboys
- Slideshow: Runners take the plunge in Chiller Challenge Runners took the plunge at the seventh annual Warren Edds Memorial Civitan Chiller Challenge at Crosslin Park Lake on Saturday, March 1. Proceeds from the event support Special Olympics competitions at Vance Air Force Base each year. (Staff photos by BONNIE VCULEK)
Deployed Edmond cops honor colleague
Jeff Morefield, Sean Bryant and James Teel have a lot in common — they all serve in the Edmond Police Department and in the National Guard.
On Oct. 2, when Edmond Police Detective Matt Terry died unexpectedly of natural causes, they were in Afghanistan and, thus, were not able to be part of his funeral service or the cops versus firefighters softball game benefiting Terry’s family.
Welcome mat rolled out: State Board of Education, Barresi visit Enid High School
State Superintendent Janet Barresi called University Center at EHS “emblematic” of the principle of high schools producing graduates ready to succeed.
Barresi: No changes in near future
State superintendent talks about Oklahoma education
Rodriguez lawyers seeking video from theater, witnesses
On the night Luis Rodriguez died after an altercation with members of the Moore Police Department, at least two videos of the incident were made. Attorneys for the Rodriguez family released one of them Tuesday and now are waiting for the ...
Family of man who died after altercation hosts press conference, releases cell phone footage
OKLAHOMA CITY — Nair Rodriguez’s voice can be heard loud and clear. With five lawmen on top of her husband, Luis, she screamed over and over, “You kill him. You kill him.” The chilling screams were part of a six-minute cell phone video ...
Two arrested for alleged sex crimes against children
Two men have been arrested in separate cases on suspicion of committing sexual crimes against children. Both the alleged victims are under age 12.
Arrested were 51-year-old Lawrence Tucker of Ada, and 33-year-old Joshua Dartanion Hamburger of Roff. Hamburger was formally charged Friday in Pontotoc County District Court with felony sodomy of a victim under the age of 16.
Officials with the Pontotoc County district attorney’s office said they were awaiting a follow-up report from law enforcement before making a formal charging decision in Tucker’s case.
Two inmates suspected of attempted jail escape
Two jail inmates are facing additional charges after they allegedly tried to escape from Pontotoc County Justice Center recently.
Facing additional charges are 36-year-old Deremy Danyale Washington and 20-year-old Deiontay Trevon Harrison, both of Ada. Washington is in jail charged with robbery, while Harrison is charged with second-degree burglary.
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