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Stillwater band seeks fame in VH1 contest in New York City
The One Seven Four will be participating in a series of challenges against 24 other bands, which will occur over 24 hours throughout New York City. The live streaming, uncensored event will start at 7 p.m. Wednesday at makeabandfamous.vh1.com.
- Regional community action agency closes for reorganization
- Coyle woman falls from pickup, hospitalized
Backstreet Boys transforming into real band
After the 21 years together, the Backstreet Boys still haven’t shaken the label of ‘boy band.’ Despite the fact they have kids, bills and a sorted past, most of America still sees them as the kids that burst onto the scene in 1995.
Duncan gets 1.21 inches of rain this morning
High winds, hail and rain lashed Stephens County and the parts of Oklahoma early Friday.
The National Weather Service reported 1.21 inch of rain was recorded at Duncan Airport. The Oklahoma Mesonet site near Velma reported 0.96 inch of preciptation.
Oklahoma State running back Devon Thomas charged with three felonies
Oklahoma State University running back Devon Thomas was scheduled to be arraigned Friday in district court in Tulsa County on three felony charges.
Water worries bring local oil and gas operation under scrutiny
A hydraulic fracturing operation in rural Norman is using non-potable water from a local farm pond and Little River tributary, sources confirmed this week. Fracking started at the well site on Franklin Road recently. The combination of ...
OSBI hands over findings to county DA regarding death of Luis Rodriguez at theater
The investigation into the death of Luis Rodriguez is now complete, according to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation, but it’s now up to Cleveland County District Attorney Greg Mashburn to decide if charges will be filed in the ...
Lockett execution probe awaiting autopsy result
OKLAHOMA CITY ‑ The commissioner of public safety said Friday evening that he expects the investigation into the execution of Clayton Lockett to wrap up in a matter of weeks.
In a statement released by Gov. Mary Fallin’s office, Commissioner Michael C. Thompson said his team has “made tremendous progress” in the investigation into the prolonged execution on April 29.
“We are close to concluding interviews of all key individuals and compiling our findings while we await the results of the autopsy,” Thompson said. “We are striving to ensure that when we turn our findings over to the governor, she will have a complete, accurate and unbiased summary of our investigation in addition to our recommendations. The findings of the report will be made public when it is turned over to the governor.”
Drought continues: Officials say recent rains have little effect on wheat or canola yields
Nearly half of Garfield County remains in exceptional drought, while the other half is in extreme drought. Conditions in Major County are similar.
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