• By Fred Katz | CNHI Sports Oklahoma
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OKLAHOMA CITY — There may not be anyone else who practices free throws like Oklahoma City Thunder center Steven Adams. 

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“Code enforcement exists to en­sure that all neighborhoods and properties are maintained protecting property values and to promote the health, safety and welfare of the city of Enid.”

Left-leaning and some centrist Americans may have curled their lips in distaste when President Donald Trump appointed Jeff Sessions to be his attorney general. Sessions was the first U.S. senator to endorse Trump in his presidential bid, and his support may have helped sway many opinions.

  • Sean Rowley | CNHI News Oklahoma

Speaking from his office in Washington, D.C., Republican Congressman Markwayne Mullin addressed constituents in Oklahoma's District 2 during a one-hour telephone town hall Thursday.

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OKTAHA — A lawyer said it appears “a student being bullied over and over again by the same person is grounds to revoke a transfer” for students if they happen to attend Oktaha Public Schools.

  • Wendy Burton | CNHI News Oklahoma

Marijuana stems allegedly found while rummaging through trash left on the curb in front of a house prompted Muskogee police to request a search warrant and resulted with prosecutors filing five felonies and one misdemeanor against the man who lived inside.

  • By James Coburn | CNHI News Oklahoma
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EDMOND — Republican Corporation Commissioner Dana Murphy of Edmond announced her bid Wednesday morning for the 2018 lieutenant governor’s race.

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For some kids, summer break brings opportunities for camp, travel and other enrichment opportunities. For children of low-income families, however, summer break often means an end to school meals and a loss of access to reading materials, art supplies and other learning opportunities.

  • By Rachael Van Horn | CNHI News Oklahoma

On Tuesday the trial will begin in the case of a Woodward County man who allegedly shot his wife in the head Aug. 14, 2015 at their home in far northeastern Woodward County.

  • By Sean Rowley | CNHI News Oklahoma
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If treason is a nearly impossible accusation to make stick, a label of loyalty or disloyalty is easier to apply.

There are allegations that Trump demands strict loyalty from all in his administration. But Americans hear public officials and military personnel swear a loyalty to the Constitution: to uphold and defend it.

  • By Wendy Burton | CNHI News Oklahoma
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A Muskogee man was jailed Monday on numerous complaints after police allegedly found drugs, weapons and child pornography inside a home targeted by a search warrant.

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Senate Republicans are in the midst of a complicated effort to repeal at least portions of the Affordable Care Act, agreeing to debate a health care bill by the slimmest of margins Tuesday. 

  • By Tyler Palmateer | CNHI Sports Oklahoma 
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NORMAN — It’s free and allows Oklahoma football fans face-to-face interaction with some of their most beloved players and coaches.

  • By Fred Katz | CNHI Sports OKlahoma
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OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma City Thunder have unveiled two of the four new uniforms they will use during the upcoming season, when the NBA will make the official switch from Adidas to Nike.

  • By Glenn Puit | CNHI News Oklahoma

East Central University said Wednesday it is phasing out its instructional programs at the University Center of Southern Oklahoma in Ardmore because of the state budget crisis.

  • By Cathy Spaulding | CNHI Oklahoma
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Eufaula brims with carnival rides, crafts, car shows, horseshoe pitching and poker runs this weekend.

  • By Brigette Waltermire | CNHI News Oklahoma
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Approximately 35 independent films will be shown at the Enid Symphony Orchestr, 301 W Broadway Ave, and genres of the festival are varied. 

  • By Linda Provost | CNHI News Oklahoma

So far, it’s taken almost six months, eight hours a day, five days week to get to the home stretch of a project for patrons at the Duncan Senior Citizens Center.

  • By Sean Rowley | CNHI News Oklahoma
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Since the election of Donald Trump to the presidency, it seems the U.S. electorate is transitioning from hyperpartisan to superhyper.

In the heated climate, a couple of words have been tossed about - "treason" and "loyalty." The t-word is bandied about by some of the left, while some on the right speak of loyalty, particularly to the Republican Party.

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Hulbert officials probably aren't complaining about the influx of Tahlequah residents using their state-of-the-art splash pad. And with just a 22-mile round trip from Tahlequah to its smaller neighbor to the west, it's fairly convenient for parents of kids who enjoy the water feature.

  • By Grant D. Crawford | CNHI News Oklahoma
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Meals on wheels has become a popular business model, as cities across the country are seeing more food trucks and temporary vendors fill their streets.

Tahlequah hasn't completely caught on, but a few people in town are trying their best to make their mobile food spots successful.

  • By Jason Elmquist | CNHI Sports Oklahoma

The former Oklahoma State two-time All-American wrestler is shifting his focus from being a wrestler, to being a fighter as he'll follow the same path of some very successful Cowboys before him in trying his hand in mixed martial arts.

  • By Wendy Burton | CNHI News Oklahoma

Anyone who has driven through Haskell, ended up with a traffic citation, and have failed to pay — resulting with more fines and possibly a warrant — could be afforded amnesty for any outstanding balance.