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Two from Norman selected for Leadership Oklahoma class
Two Norman residents have been selected as part of the 28th Leadership Oklahoma class. Norman residents Kent Carter and Jonathan Fowler are among the 51 selected statewide.
Military restores equipment program for fire departments
The military will continue sending millions of dollars in surplus equipment to rural fire departments, though with new conditions that one Oklahoma official says could make the process more complicated.
State sets execution for correction worker's killer
The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals has set Dec. 4 as the execution date for a death row inmate convicted of first-degree murder in the 1998 stabbing death of a Department of Corrections employee.
Pacesetters kick off 2014 United Way campaign
A game of Jeopardy, a popular middle school principal, a video featuring community volunteers and campaign co-chairs with big hearts all teamed up to kick off the 2014 United Way of Norman Pacesetters campaign at a Sarkeys Foundation luncheon Wednesday.
The Pacesetters, local businesses that traditionally raise half of the annual drive’s $2,050,000 goal, will begin their individual drives this month.
Deputies involved in shooting indentified
The Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office has released the names of two deputies who remain on paid administrative leave following a deadly shooting Saturday in Norman.
Westmoore girls putting in work at bootcamp
Westmoore girls basktball coach Andrea Guziec is known for her intensity. She is constantly pushing and prodding her players to play at their best.
Flash flood warning issued for parts of central Oklahoma
A flood advisory is in effect for the Oklahoma City area after heavy rainfall flooded some roads. Light rain was falling early this morning in Norman but the heavy rain appeared to be north of the city.
Study: Oklahoma bucking prison health care trend
While the vast majority of states have seen prison health care costs climb sharply in recent years, Oklahoma is one of the few bucking that trend, according to a national study released Tuesday.
Farmer loses phone, returned 8 months later
Oklahoma farmer Kevin Whitney thought his iPhone was lost for good when it fell into a grain elevator last year. Eight months later, his phone was returned unscathed after a trip to Japan.
Norman Music Festival named top event in state
Of all the things to do in Oklahoma, the Norman Music Festival is at the top of the list, according to The Huffington Post.
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