Suspect in fatal shooting of Police Chief Michael Maloney dies after New Hampshire standoff (AP) GREENLAND, N.H. - A man suspected of killing a New Hampshire police chief and wounding four other officers was found dead along with a female acquaintance early Friday, ending an overnight standoff that plunged a small town into fear and grief. 04/13/2012 - 12:03 am | View Link
Suspect in fatal N.H. police shooting found dead The five police officers who were shot in Greenland, N.H., Thursday night represented five communities in New Hampshire's Seacoast region. - Greenland Police Chief Michael Maloney ... Board of Selectman describes the shooting as "an unbelievable situation." 04/12/2012 - 12:53 pm | View Link
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Death of Mark Duggan After his death Duggan was described as a drug dealer by the police and others, an allegation denied by his family and friends. According to Tony Thompson of the ... 08/20/2014 - 3:40 am | View Website
URBANA — When Jason Norton was a boy, he mastered life-saving skills in pursuit of a Boy Scout merit badge.
Years later, Urbana police Sgt. Norton used the skills learned back then to save the life of a 3-year-old girl.
FROM STAFF REPORTSNORMAN — The Norman Ballet Company will hold auditions for area dancers and performers for its 2014 production of “The Oklahoma Nutcracker” on Sunday at the Kovich School of Ballet, 1312 S Berry Road.
This year marks the 13th anniversary of “The Oklahoma Nutcracker,” which has been performed for sold-out audiences since 2002 and has become a holiday tradition in Norman.
Guest artists from the Tulsa Ballet are scheduled to appear in the leading roles of the Sand Plum Fairy and her prince.
From Staff ReportsMIDWEST CITY — The 2014 Tinker and the Primes Requirements Symposium was held this week at the Reed Conference Center.
The three-day symposium featured 49 exhibitors from 14 states and three countries, and more than 40 presenters from aerospace, defense and government contracting businesses and organizations, according to Vicki Middleton, community relations and member services director for the Midwest City Chamber of Commerce.
FROM STAFF REPORTSScience Museum Oklahoma’s Bright Night of “Star Wars” paid homage to characters of the film series that has become a favorite of kids of all generations.
Children dressed up as their favorite characters and participated in “Star Wars”-themed activities, starting Friday night and continuing into the wee hours on Saturday.