FROM STAFF REPORTSTemperatures will be near 80 degrees Tuesday in central Oklahoma, the National Weather Service reports.
The Oklahoma City forecast follows:
Tuesday: Sunny with a high near 80.Read more on NewsOK.com
From Staff ReportsInfant Crisis Services will host a diaper drive in conjunction with National Diaper Needs Awareness Week, which runs from Monday through Oct.Read more on NewsOK.com
From Staff ReportsService
Casady School has received the Advocate of Hope award from HeartLine.Read more on NewsOK.com
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Event set for foster families
Oklahoma Fosters, a joint initiative of the office of Gov.Read more on NewsOK.com
FROM STAFF REPORTSThe 17-year-old accused of fatally shooting a Midwest City store clerk Sept. 17 was charged Monday in Oklahoma County District Court with first-degree murder and robbery with a firearm.
BY STEVE LACKMEYER AND BRIANNA BAILEY Business Writers Susan and Hank Binkowski, the couple behind Buy For Less, Uptown Markets and other groceries throughout the metro, admit this week is not starting off too well.
BARBARA ORTUTAY, AP Technology WriterEditor's note: You can stream tonight's presidential link via the YouTube embed above.
NEW YORK (AP) — Television viewership for Monday's presidential debate is expected to be high, but you don't need a television to watch.
Oklahoma City grocer Buy For Less is closing two stores and has also converted some other locations to a new discount format.
The grocer closed its founding location at 2121 W Hefner on Saturday.Read more on NewsOK.com
FROM STAFF REPORTSThe high temperature in Oklahoma City Monday will be near 74 degrees with sunny skies, the National Weather Service reports.
The Oklahoma City forecast follows:
Monday: Sunny with a high near 74.Read more on NewsOK.com
By K.S. McNutt Staff Writer email@example.comCollege interns are essential to helping clients at YWCA Oklahoma City get their lives back on track, said Chelsey Branham, director of social and economic justice.
From Staff ReportsEDMOND — The 2016 Municipal Electric Systems of Oklahoma Lineworkers Rodeo and Safety Training was held recently at Spring Creek Park at Arcadia Lake.
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From Staff ReportsYUKON — Children participated in “Rhythm and Rhyme” at the Yukon Community Center. Last week's singing and dancing class offered parents and children an opportunity to bond while developing literacy, motor and verbal skills.
State Advisory Forums set at two state venues
Workers' compensation professionals in Oklahoma will have the opportunity to learn crucial information about the industry at two free events.Read more on NewsOK.com
By Robert Medley Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.orgOklahoma City Fire Department efforts to recycle aluminum cans and raise cash has helped provide money to a family that lost a mother and a 4-year-old boy.
By Matt Dinger Staff Writer email@example.comMore than 200 volunteers flooded the site of the new Family Justice Center on Saturday to whip the building into habitable shape.
The first — and temporary — site of the new center will be the former NorthCare building, 1140 N Hudson Ave.
By Kyle Schwab Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.orgA New Jersey woman arrested during a 2014 protest of a satanic “black mass” has sued Oklahoma City and police a month after her municipal convictions were thrown out.
By Adam Wilmoth Energy Editor email@example.comTULSA — Williams Cos. Inc.Read more on NewsOK.com
By Tim Willert Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.orgPolice arrested a Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps instructor at John Marshall High School on a sexual assault complaint after a female student said the man groped her.
By William Crum Staff Writer email@example.comAirport parking rates
The Oklahoma City Airport Trust has approved increases in parking rates at Will Rogers World Airport.Read more on NewsOK.com
By Kyle Schwab Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.orgA federal jury has awarded a former Hollis woman $6.5 million after finding the Harmon County sheriff failed in his duties to prevent her from being sexually assaulted while jailed.
From Staff ReportsEL RENO — The 2016 Bivouac and National Cavalry Competition was held at historic Fort Reno.
The U.S. Cavalry Association event last week featured re-enactors, active and reserve military mounted color guards and mounted police officers competing and improving their riding skills.
By Eriech Tapia For The OklahomanPlaza Mayor is getting some fresh paint in the form of murals, with one artist hoping his brush strokes will bring new life into the mall.
From Staff ReportsHispanic heritage celebrated
EDMOND — The University of Central Oklahoma Office of Diversity and Inclusion is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month with events on campus and in the metro area.
From Staff ReportsThe Oklahoman will publish free anniversary announcements for Oklahoma couples celebrating 50 years or more of marriage.Read more on NewsOK.com
By Jeddie Botsford For The OklahomanGUTHRIE — In observance of Constitution Week, members of the Samuel King (Edmond/Guthrie) chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution visited Debbie Longnecker's fourth-grade class at Guthrie Upper Elementary School.
FROM STAFF REPORTSNORMAN — A man who jumped in front of a train early Monday has died, Norman police reported.
The man, whose identity has not been determined, died at the OU Medical Center a few hours after being hit by a train about 3 a.m., just north of the Duffy Street railroad crossing, police spokeswoman Sarah Jensen said.
By Graham Lee Brewer Staff Writer email@example.comLEXINGTON — Water was restored Sunday to the Lexington Assessment and Reception Center after three of the prison's six water pumps failed the day before.
By K.S. McNutt Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.orgOKMULGEE — Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology will host an open house and information session this week for students who were pursuing degrees at ITT Technical Institute when it closed.
BY CHRIS JONES For The OklahomanNORMAN — In many parts of the world, a 9-year-old orphan boy who cannot work in the fields is considered a worthless burden.
By William Crum Staff Writer email@example.comCity Manager Jim Couch has ordered department heads to prepare for midyear budget cuts of 1.25 percent in response to persistently slow sales tax collections in Oklahoma City.