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Oklahoma linebacker Frank Shannon will not face criminal charges for an alleged sexual assault. Any punishment he receives will be through the University.
Cleveland County District Attorney Greg Mashburn told the Transcript on Thursday his office will not pursue charges because it was unclear what had transpired between Shannon and the woman. Also, the woman signed a form requesting the office not pursue charges.
Jenni White,President of Restore Public Education will be talking Common Core at Norman Tea Party at 7 tonight at Norman First Assembly Of God Church, 2500 E. Lindsey St.
Included in her presentation will be a bit of the History of the initiative - nationally and statewide -as well as where Oklahoma is now in its quest to end Common Core.
The “personal issues” that kept Oklahoma linebacker Frank Shannon out of last Saturday’s Red-White Game are serious.
The Oklahoman reported Wednesday night that Shannon has been accused of violating the University of Oklahoma’s Sexual Misconduct, Discrimination and Harassment Policy.
The Norman Utilities Authority received a $50.3 million loan Tuesday from the Oklahoma Water Resources Board (OWRB) to facilitate Phase 2 of the current Norman Water Reclamation Facility project. The OWRB approved the Clean Water State Revolving Fund loan during the panel’s regular monthly meeting on Tuesday.
Tonight at midnight, the new Main Street and Interstate 35 Interchange will open to traffic.
President Barack Obama has turned down the state’s request for an economic injury declaration from the U.S. Small Business Administration following the Jan. 31 closure of the Lexington-Purcell bridge over the Canadian River.
State Rep. Bobby Cleveland, R-Slaughterville, said Gov. Mary Fallin will now appeal the decision. Mrs. Fallin this past week asked for the help after reports of business losses due to the bridge closing.
A ferry carrying 462 people, mostly high school students on an overnight trip to a tourist island, sank off South Korea's southern coast on Wednesday, leaving more than 280 people missing despite a frantic, hours-long rescue by dozens of ships and helicopters. At least four people were confirmed dead and 55 injured.
Oklahoma State Superintendent Janet Barresi is raising concern about a bill before the Legislature that would eliminate state testing in social studies and geography.
A Democrat running for Oklahoma governor is challenging the candidacy of two independents in the race, including one he alleges failed to disclose a guilty plea to a felony crime more than a decade ago.
Kansas prosecutors filed state-level murder charges Tuesday against the white supremacist accused in shootings that left three people dead at two Jewish community sites in suburban Kansas City.