FROM STAFF REPORTSGUTHRIE — A person was injured in a shooting early Saturday morning, police said.
Guthrie police responded at about 3:15 a.m.Read more on NewsOK.com
McGregor Mary Jean Trust, 14200 N Santa Fe Ave., warehouse, add-on, $21,000,000.
Studio Architecture PC, 14613 N May Ave., church, add-on, $8,800,000.
RBA Architects, 13601 N May Ave., shell building, erect, $6,200,000.
BY DIANA BALDWINHappy anniversary
The Mitch Park YMCA and aquatic center in the northwest part of the city will celebrate its first anniversary at 9 a.m.Read more on NewsOK.com
By Sheila Stogsdill, For The OklahomanThe families of a former Miss Teen Oklahoma and her close friend killed in an alcohol-related boating accident on Grand Lake are fighting to have legislation on drinking and boating toughened in Oklahoma and Arkansas
They would like to strengthen laws so an individual caught by law enforcement intoxicated and operating a boat will have their driver’s license suspended.
By Tim Willert, Staff WriterOklahoma City Public Schools leadership has agreed to double the size of a successful southside charter school program in an attempt to reduce overcrowding at other schools.
By Paul Monies, Business WriterThe Oklahoma Corporation Commission on Friday added to its list of earthquake areas of interest, part of the agency’s ongoing response to wastewater injection wells and induced seismicity.
FROM STAFF REPORTSA northwest Oklahoma City man was arrested Friday on child pornography and drug-related complaints, police reported.
Brent Cunningham, 46, is accused of manufacturing and possessing child pornography, possessing methamphetamine with intent to distribute and possessing drug paraphernalia, according to police.
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BY JACLYN COSGROVE, Staff WriterIf you have a serious mental illness and get arrested for a nonviolent crime, whether you go to prison or are enrolled in a diversion program largely depends on where you reside.
It is already time to start thinking about the early-spring, cool-season vegetable crops.
There are many food crops we can start planting about mid-February although folks in southern Oklahoma or the early-bird planters may plant even earlier.Read more on NewsOK.com
By Cindy Van Kley, For The Oklahoman
BY RICHARD MIZE, Real Estate EditorMetro-area home sales ended 2014 strong, capping a yearlong seller’s market of hearty demand and limited supply.
Edmond broke more sales records, said Brian Preston of RE/MAX Associates Realtors, who tracks sales.
By William Crum, Staff WriterOklahoma City Councilman David Greenwell was unopposed for re-election when filing closed Friday and will be re-elected to a second term.
Ten other candidates will contest three council seats in the March 3 election.
BY WILLIAM CRUM, Staff WriterCouncilman Ed Shadid on Friday appealed an architectural review panel’s decision to approve demolition of downtown Oklahoma City’s historic Union Bus Station.
A hearing was set before the city’s Board of Adjustment on March 5, two days after Shadid faces Ward 2 voters in his bid for re-election.
Oklahoma State added a talented prospect to its defensive line Friday when Darrion Daniels gave his verbal commitment to the Cowboys.
BY NOLAN CLAY, Staff WriterA doctor whose clinic was raided Monday is poking fun at his situation on Facebook.
Dr. Harvey Jenkins has posted both funny anecdotes and serious comments about the undercover investigation into his practice and the news coverage of the raid.
FROM STAFF REPORTSA man was arrested after a standoff with shots fired Friday, police report.
The incident was at a house near NW 43 and N Independence Avenue.
Jack Christopher Provin, 35, was arrested on a complaint of having a loaded firearm, according to a police report.
BY WILLIAM CRUM, Staff WriterFour more candidates filed Thursday to run for Oklahoma City Council in the March 3 election, bringing the total candidates to eight through the first two days of the three-day filing period.
By Matt Dinger, Staff WriterA man accused of fatally shooting another man during an argument late last year has been charged with murder.
Travis Wayne Richards, 23, was charged with first-degree murder in Oklahoma County District Court.
BY TIM FALL, For The OklahomanWhat happened in Vegas stayed in Vegas — when it comes to bad news for the housing industry at least.
Kurt Dinnes, senior partner in Oklahoma City’s Sun Custom Homes, said that while homebuilders in Las Vegas and the rest of the Sun Belt are still working their way out of the economic downturn and housing crash, Oklahoma is ahead of most of the country in returning to pre-crash construction rates.
By LaDonna Hines, For The OklahomanIn the fall of 2014, Harrah 4-H Club and Oklahoma County 4-H challenged 4-H members across the state to support the Patriot Clinic and HUGS Project.Read more on NewsOK.com
Provided by RSVP of Central OklahomaCelebrating the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr., RSVP of Central Oklahoma staff and volunteers visited with the older adults who attend the Lincoln Park Senior Center in Oklahoma City while serving them coffee and doughnuts.
Recent major sales in Oklahoma County totaled more than $57 million, according to deeds released from County Clerk Carolynn Caudill's Office.Read more on NewsOK.com
By Sheila Stogsdill, For The OklahomanThe donation of a used Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Control vehicle to a rural police department often markedly increases police protection in many small towns.
FROM STAFF REPORTSMIDWEST CITY — A faulty sewer drain forced the cancellation of classes Friday at a Midwest City school.
An air-quality investigation revealed the malfunctioning drain had caused an odor at Midwest City Elementary School.
BY STEVE LACKMEYER email@example.comThe Oklahoman's Steve Lackmeyer took questions from readers in today's OKC Central Live Chat.Read more on NewsOK.com
FROM STAFF REPORTSMIDWEST CITY — Two men caught on camera jumping on the hood of a police patrol car have been arrested on malicious injury to property misdemeanor complaints in Oklahoma County, police report.
By Brandy McDonnell, BAMI suspect my pal Kyle Roberts has an underappreciated superpower: an almost unreal knack for taking a good idea and turning it into something grander than anyone suspected it could become.
BY TIM WILLERT, Staff WriterState schools Superintendent Joy Hofmeister made it clear Thursday that she wants to play an active role in deciding what Oklahoma’s new math and English standards will look like.