A committee to find an interim Ward 2 City Councilor nominated Lauren Schueler unanimously, beating out four other contenders in what was a “difficult decision,” the deciders said.
In its weekly update Wednesday, the Oklahoma State Department of Health reported no additional COVID-19 deaths over the last week in Cleveland County, where more than 400 people have died in relation to the virus since the pandemic began.
Joni Seymour was selected in April to serve as chief innovation officer for the Oklahoma Transportation Cabinet Agencies, which include the Oklahoma Department of Transportation, Oklahoma Turnpike Authority and Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission.
The names of 11 law enforcement officers and one canine partner who died in the line of duty in Oklahoma will be dedicated on the Oklahoma Law Enforcement Memorial during the 53rd annual Oklahoma Law Enforcement Memorial Service, set for 10 a.m. Friday.
Oklahoma’s COVID-19 State of Emergency officially ended Tuesday as the state announced some changes to its pandemic data reporting.
The Cleveland County Republican Party will open a permanent headquarters in Norman Friday, marking the occasion with an open house party.
The Norman City Council will convene in executive session on a lawsuit Tuesday evening after a discussion on the next fiscal year’s capital budget.
Deaths from COVID-19 have slowed dramatically in recent months and health officials now hope to boost vaccination rates among younger Oklahomans to help the state reach herd immunity.
The walls of Anita Greenwalt’s barber shop just off the old U.S. Route 66 in El Reno are covered with four decades of family photographs.
Motivated by her own experiences with racial profiling, Adriana Laws emerged as a leader in the fight for police reform in Oklahoma last summer.
Ruth Sandonato fell in her Niagara Falls home in January 2020, just before the COVID-19 pandemic hit the U.S.
The selection committee for the Ward 2 seat on Wednesday will interview five candidates for the position, none of whom ran for the seat in the February election.
City officials confirmed that Norman could see up to $22 million in federal pandemic aid by as early as May 11, but staff are still waiting for guidance on how to spend it.
NORMAN — The only member of the Oklahoma delegation to attend President Joe Biden’s Joint Session Address in person this week was also one of seven House Republicans to take part in Biden’s official escort into the House chamber.
As two Cleveland County commissioners move to purchase a six-floor office building, county department heads and other elected officials are left to wonder which offices will occupy it.
NORMAN — A Cleveland County jury sentenced a man found guilty of murdering a Norman woman to the death penalty Friday evening after five hours of deliberation.
NORMAN — Mayor Breea Clark signed a proclamation Friday to increase business capacity to 100% for restaurants, bars and gyms effective May 1, a prepared statement from the city reads.
Defense attorneys for a Texas man convicted of first-degree murder in the 2018 death of a Norman resident brought the defendant’s family members and friends in Thursday to plead for life in prison instead of the death penalty.
OKLAHOMA CITY — A bill attempting to ban the teaching of “critical race theory” in Oklahoma’s public schools cleared the Legislature Thursday.
Wednesday night’s catastrophic hailstorm added to the list of damaging and severe weather events Norman has experienced over the past six months.
The University of Oklahoma announced Thursday that André-Denis Wright, a microbiologist who brings academic experience from universities across the U.S. and Australia, will serve as its new provost and senior vice president.
- Severe hailstorm causes widespread damage in Norman
- Jury sentences Texas man to death in murder of Norman woman
- Norman businesses begin recovery from hail storm
- Norman woman charged with assault using a weapon
- Norman Farm Market rolls out online option
- NFL Draft: Oklahoma's Creed Humphrey selected by Kansas City Chiefs
- Clark opens capacity to 100% for businesses
- Playoff soccer: Shorthanded, North girls survive Southmoore's challenge
- OU football: Trejan Bridges receives eviction notice from apartment complex for alleged connection to armed robbery
- Officials warn of unverified roofers following hailstorm