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Oklahoma House panel OKs ban on driving, texting
An Oklahoma House committee has passed a bill that would prohibit texting, emailing and instant messaging while driving a vehicle.
Tribes, city of Shawnee in dispute over sales tax
A meeting has been scheduled next month between city of Shawnee officials and leaders of several local Native American tribes over a dispute over sales tax.
California couple stumbles upon $10 million in rare coins
A Northern California couple out walking their dog on their property stumbled across a modern-day bonanza: $10 million in rare, mint-condition gold coins buried in the shadow of an old tree.
One dead, another seriously hurt in shooting
A woman has been killed and a man seriously injured after a shooting in south Chickasha.
Accused's fiancee gives chilling testimony at preliminary hearing
The preliminary hearing for Steven Thompson, the man accused of killing a woman in June of last year brought a mix of emotions and theatrics to the Grady County Courthouse this morning.
Assault rifles stolen from law enforcement vehicles
During the early morning hours of Feb. 19, someone broke into three marked law enforcement vehicles — one from the Cleveland County Sheriff’s Department and two from Norman Police Department — parked in the southeastern area of Norman.
Sooners fall to No. 5 Kansas
Oklahoma hadn’t won at Kansas’ Allen Fieldhouse in 20 years when it stepped on the court Monday night. Many of those losses were blowouts. That wasn’t the case Monday night. Just a counter-punching slugfest the Sooners lost on points, 83-75.
Sooners reportedly lose defensive back
Oklahoma defensive back L.J. Moore’s status with the team is cloudy at best. Monday morning, Soonerscoop.com reported Moore, a freshman from Fresno, Calif., has decided to leave the program.
Sooners shine at the NFL combine
The NFL combine wraps up on Tuesday in Indianapolis, but the five-player contingent representing Oklahoma finished their workouts over the weekend.
Woman who died in county jail identified
The woman found dead in the Cleveland County jail early Sunday has been identified.
Rebekah Reed, 36, was in a cell by herself and found unresponsive at 4:30 a.m. Sunday.
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