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The driver told police he had not had anything to drink since leaving the store. He “had a strong odor of intoxicants on his breath, red watery eyes and slurred speech,” according to the affidavit. Following his arrest, he made threats to kill an Enid police officer, according to the affidavit.

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On Tuesday this week, one day after the regularly scheduled meeting, Woodward School Board members gathered in an approved special session to reconsider and relaunch a bid for support to continue to improve Woodward Schools.

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The FLY Youth Camp is seeking participants ages 12-17 for a week-long film camp held 1-5 p.m. each day July 23-27 at Northern Oklahoma College Enid. 

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 if President Trump can foster peace and open the door to more prosperity and freedom (or maybe just adequate food and medicine) for the North Koreans, then by God we should be behind that effort.

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Tahlequah video buffs will soon have one less place to get their DVDs, as Reasor's Video store will be closed within a week or two, according to manager Glenn Stafford.

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On June 26, Oklahomans will visit their local polling places to cast primary ballots, and among the statewide offices up for contention is lieutenant governor.

Not many people get a chance to hold real human organs in their hands.

Thanks to Oklahoma State University's Osteopathic mini camp, Operation Orange, high school students get that opportunity and much more.

NORMAN — The North Pole is among the most remote and unexplored places on the planet, both in terms of what's on the surface and above it. A team of meteorologists and researchers, including some from the University of Oklahoma, are hoping to change that. 

NORMAN — The Oklahoma Attorney General’s Office’s lawsuit against several prominent opioid manufacturers is moving to Oklahoma federal court, but that doesn’t mean it will stay or even be decided by Oklahomans.

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With the NBA Draft a week away, former Oklahoma point guard Trae Young met with reporters Thursday in one of the cities where he might get his professional start: Chicago.

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The body of a missing man in southern Pittsburg County was found Tuesday evening after a two-day search, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.

The city of Tahlequah filed suit in Cherokee County District Court June 12, aiming to help the Cherokee Nation acquire private property on East Ross Street for reconstruction to accommodate the entrance to the tribe's new health facility.

IN THE RUN-UP to state elections, it may seem to voters that the candidates are semi-isolated demi-celebrities who live above or apart from the workaday masses.

Local residents gathered under the Cherokee Nation's new pavilion on Water Avenue Wednesday to hear the summer's second round of Stories on the Square.

The greenest areas in Northeast Oklahoma are not always the most visited, and one of the most treasured areas, in nearby Muskogee County, is Greenleaf State Park in Braggs.

The video game Minecraft allows players to build their imaginations using building blocks in a 3D world. The Northeastern State University Summer Academy has decided to put an educational spin on the process.

Republican State Auditor and Inspector candidate Cindy Byrd says she is experienced and well prepared for the state-wide election in a time when many Oklahomans are calling for audits of state agencies.

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Many Oklahomans, even some high-ranking Republicans, would like to see President Trump dump Scott Pruitt as head of the Environmental Protection Agency.

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One of two men charged with the first-degree murder of Xavier Marque Baskeyfield in 2017 pleaded guilty the same day his trial was supposed to start.

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Around 50 young boys basketball players are getting the chance to meet the newest Oklahoma State men’s basketball players before any Pokes fans.

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