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Weleetka killer attacks attorney with blade outside courtroom

News | Updated: 13 hr ago

The sentencing of Kevin Sweat, who pleaded guilty in the killings of two Weleetka girls and his fiance, was shortly delayed on Friday when he attacked his attorney outside the courtroom. The judge gave him three consecutive life sentences without the possibility of parole.

Heart disease isn't decreasing as quickly in Oklahoma, compared to rest of nation

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In the United States, heart disease mortality has decreased since the 1950s. However, these declines are not being seen in some Oklahoma counties.

Oklahoma native, country music star Reba McEntire shares memories of father Clark McEntire, who died late Thursday

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Clark McEntire was a three-time world champion steer roper and Reba McEntire’s father. He died late Thursday in Coalgate, OK.

Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals postpones all Oklahoma executions

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The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals has granted the state’s request to postpone all three scheduled state executions. The stays push each date back 60 days, putting two in January and a third in February.


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Man accused of smashing Oklahoma Ten Commandments monument is identified

News | Updated: 13 hr ago

A man told authorities he smashed his car into the Ten Commandments monument outside the Oklahoma state Capitol because Satan told him to do it.

Media report: Oklahoma State cornerback Juwan Offray has been dismissed from football program

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Oklahoma State cornerback Juwan Offray has been dismissed from the Cowboy football program, according to a source close to the situation.

Oklahoma City attorney charged with child sex crimes

News | Updated: 13 hr ago

Michael Dean Billings, 59, was indicted Friday in federal court, accused of traveling to Peru for sex with underage girls.

Historic Oklahoma City television tower is coming down

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KWTV-9 began dismantling the station’s first television tower. The tower was the tallest man-made structure in the world when it was built in 1954.



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