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  • Oklahomans can vote starting Thursday By News OK   -   Jun 18, 2018

    OKLAHOMANS CAN VOTE STARTING THURSDAY

    By Dale Denwalt Capitol Bureau ddenwalt oklahoman.com County election boards across the state will open for early voting from Thursday...

    Election
  • An $8 million camp paid for by Girl Scout cookies By News OK   -   Jun 18, 2018

    AN $8 MILLION CAMP PAID FOR BY GIRL SCOUT COOKIES

    By Matt Patterson Staff Writer mpatterson oklahoman.com Lilly Thomson sells Girl Scout cookies just about as well as anyone, and she...

    World, Boxing
  • By News OK   -   Jun 18, 2018

    OKC BOXSCORE FOR MONDAY, JUNE 18, 2018

    City plans fireworks crackdown Code enforcement officers and police officers will team up July 4 to enforce Oklahoma City's prohibition...

  • Oklahoma AG candidate Gentner Drummond, law firm accused of negligence over handling of probate case By News OK   -   Jun 18, 2018

    OKLAHOMA AG CANDIDATE GENTNER DRUMMOND, LAW FIRM ACCUSED OF NEGLIGENCE OVER HANDLING OF PROBATE CASE

    By Nolan Clay Staff Writer nclay oklahoman.com A candidate for attorney general and his law firm were accused in May of negligence...

    Republicans
  • Daddy Daughter Dance held in Moore By News OK   -   Jun 18, 2018

    DADDY DAUGHTER DANCE HELD IN MOORE

    FROM STAFF REPORTS MOORE - Fathers and their daughters celebrated Father's Day weekend by cutting a rug Saturday during Moore's Daddy...

    Food
  • Mustang school board to consider interim leader, search firm By News OK   -   Jun 18, 2018

    MUSTANG SCHOOL BOARD TO CONSIDER INTERIM LEADER, SEARCH FIRM

    By Tim Willert Staff Writer twillert oklahoman.com MUSTANG - The school board here is expected to name an interim leader Monday night...

  • Facebook will stop showing minors ads for gun accessories By News OK   -   Jun 18, 2018

    FACEBOOK WILL STOP SHOWING MINORS ADS FOR GUN ACCESSORIES

    Facebook will soon prevent minors from viewing ads for gun accessories such as holsters, or magazines.

  • Dutch police arrest driver of delivery van that hit festival-goers By News OK   -   Jun 18, 2018

    DUTCH POLICE ARREST DRIVER OF DELIVERY VAN THAT HIT FESTIVAL-GOERS

    Dutch police on Monday arrested the driver of a delivery van that hit festival-goers in the Netherlands, killing one and injuring three,...

  • By News OK   -   Jun 18, 2018

    2 SISTERS ACCUSED OF STABBING EACH OTHER IN 'MUTUAL COMBAT'

    MADISON - Two sisters are in jail in Madison pending criminal charges after allegedly stabbing each other during a fight in front of...

  • By News OK   -   Jun 18, 2018

    PERRY MAN, 19, DEAD SUNDAY IN NOBLE COUNTY CRASH

    From Staff Reports A Perry man died Sunday in a Noble County collision, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported. Brendon Koch, 19, was...

  • Executive Q&A with Teresa Rule: Marine veteran finds niche in global cyber security firm By News OK   -   Jun 18, 2018

    EXECUTIVE Q&A WITH TERESA RULE: MARINE VETERAN FINDS NICHE IN GLOBAL CYBER SECURITY FIRM

    Paula Burkes Business Writer pburkes oklahoman.com When most people hear the term “cyber security,” they assume it's a technical skill....

  • Edmond nonprofit connects kids with incarcerated dads for Father's Day By News OK   -   Jun 17, 2018

    EDMOND NONPROFIT CONNECTS KIDS WITH INCARCERATED DADS FOR FATHER'S DAY

    By Josh Dulaney Staff writer jdulaney oklahoman.com For thousands of Oklahoma children, Father's Day won't be spent watching dad open...

    U.S., Golf
  • DACA recipients living through political tug of war By News OK   -   Jun 17, 2018

    DACA RECIPIENTS LIVING THROUGH POLITICAL TUG OF WAR

    By Ben Felder Staff Writer bfelder oklahoman.com As his long-sleeve shirt soaked with sweat under the blistering summer sun, Gerardo...

  • By News OK   -   Jun 17, 2018

    EDUCATION NOTES FOR JUNE 17

    OKLAHOMA CITY OCU launches fraud, forensic accounting program Oklahoma City University will offer a master's level certificate program...

  • By News OK   -   Jun 17, 2018

    OKLAHOMA HEALTH NOTES FOR JUNE 17

    From Staff Reports Oklahoma City - Free shots available The Oklahoma Caring Van will offer the required vaccines for school at a series...

    Health
  • Executive Q&A with Teresa Rule: Ex-Marine finds niche in global cyber security firm By News OK   -   Jun 17, 2018

    EXECUTIVE Q&A WITH TERESA RULE: EX-MARINE FINDS NICHE IN GLOBAL CYBER SECURITY FIRM

    Paula Burkes Business Writer pburkes oklahoman.com When most people hear the term “cyber security,” they assume it's a technical skill....

  • By News OK   -   Jun 17, 2018

    ARKANSAS MAN DIES IN ROLLOVER CRASH

    WATONGA - A Mena, Arkansas, man died Sunday after the tractor-trailer he was driving rolled in Blaine County, the Oklahoma Highway...

  • Barber adjusts to hairstyle changes through the decades By News OK   -   Jun 17, 2018

    BARBER ADJUSTS TO HAIRSTYLE CHANGES THROUGH THE DECADES

    By Henry Dolive For The Oklahoman Freshly graduated from Atoka High School, Fred Henderson went to work on a state highway construction...

  • Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation summer program brings midshipman home to Oklahoma City By News OK   -   Jun 17, 2018

    OKLAHOMA MEDICAL RESEARCH FOUNDATION SUMMER PROGRAM BRINGS MIDSHIPMAN HOME TO OKLAHOMA CITY

    By K.S. McNutt Staff Writer kmcnutt oklahoman.com After graduating from Heritage Hall in 2016, Paige Miles left Oklahoma City for the...

    U.S.
  • OKC firefighters, police plan firework enforcement for July 4 holiday By News OK   -   Jun 17, 2018

    OKC FIREFIGHTERS, POLICE PLAN FIREWORK ENFORCEMENT FOR JULY 4 HOLIDAY

    BY ROBERT MEDLEY Staff Writer rmedley oklahoman.com On the north side of NW 164 Street in northwest Oklahoma County where their sale,...