Shooting in west Norman injures one
A man was transported to the OU trauma by EMSStat after being shot while in his vehicle Tuesday evening at an apartment in west Norman, according to Norman police....
Police involved in internet crime task force
Norman police recently reinvigorated their involvement with the Oklahoma Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force. The police department has been a part of the ICAC Task Force since 2006, but it wasn’t until recently that the ...
Cyber safety tips this holiday
The holiday season has arrived. Plenty of people will purchase gifts online and send electronic greeting cards to their loved ones over the next month. Sheriff Joe Lester wants everyone to be aware of potential scams and remain cautious ...
Children OK, dog owners cited
After a dog attacked schoolchildren Wednesday, accompanied by another dog at large, police confirmed Thursday that citations have been issued to two pet owners....
Enforcement to ramp up on I-40
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol is teaming up with law enforcement officials from seven other states along the Interstate 40 corridor — North Carolina to California — for a special “More Cops. More Stops.” campaign to save lives on I-40 this ...
Sheriff offers winter safety tips
With the possibility of light freezing rain in the forecast for Cleveland County this weekend, Sheriff Joe Lester wants everyone to be prepared for power outages or travel disruptions. The following tips from the sheriff’s office ...
Fire department to start training in spring
The Norman Fire Department will begin training in the spring for new recruits to fill nine vacancies, Deputy Fire Chief Jim Bailey said. Applications will be accepted through Friday. Bailey said they typically have anywhere from 200 to ...
Moore man pleads guilty to child sex abuse charges
A Moore man pleaded guilty to nine counts of child sexual abuse and was convicted Monday in Cleveland County District Court, records show. Joseph Michael Siford, 41, pleaded guilty to six counts of first-degree rape by instrumentation, ...
Norman veteran honored by France
A smile spread across a Norman veteran’s face Tuesday afternoon as he and two other Oklahoma veterans received France’s highest honor, the Legion of Honor, for their service in World War II....
Sheriff’s office modifying hours
The Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office will modify its operation hours for fingerprinting and Self Defense Act application services starting today. People may visit the sheriff’s office from 1 to 3 p.m. each Wednesday and Thursday to turn ...
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