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Memorial service set for OSU coaches
Oklahoma State University will pay tribute to women's basketball head coach Kurt Budke and assistant coach Miranda Serna during a memorial service at 1 p.m. Monday in Gallagher-Iba Arena, according to a university official.
Police find missing boy, 13
A 13-year-old Edmond-area boy who went missing Wednesday afternoon has been found, a spokesman said.
Voters say yes to Public Safety Center
After a decade of public discussion and debate, Edmond voters overwhelmingly approved a half-cent sales tax Tuesday to build a $25.5 million Public Safety Center.
Troopers investigate Logan Co. fatality crash
Two adults were killed Friday afternoon in a two-car collision north of Oklahoma City, troopers said.
Earthquake felt around the East Coast
According to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) a 5.9 magnitude was felt all along the East Coast around 1:51 Tuesday afternoon.
Former OSU coach’s drug charges dropped
Drug charges against former Oklahoma State basketball coach Sean Sutton were dismissed and expunged this week, Payne County District Attorney Tom Lee said Friday.
Sutton, 42, completed all the conditions of his three-year deferred sentence handed down Aug. 13, 2010, Lee said. When a defendant receives a deferred sentence, it means the case could be dismissed and his court records expunged — or erased — if he abides by the conditions of his sentencing.
4th Oklahoma soldier killed in Afghanistan in 1 week
The Department of Defense has released the name of an Oklahoma Army National Guard Soldier killed in Afghanistan earlier this week.
Council OKs Edmond public safety Center election
Citizens will vote Oct. 11 to determine if the city will have a new Public Safety Center in downtown Edmond area in the not-to-distant future.
Feds send investigators in Guthrie area drowning
A federal team has been dispatched to investigate the apparent drowning death of a 22-year-old research volunteer near Guthrie.
More victims pulled from Joplin tornado’s ground zero
Hand over her mouth, Michelle Whitehead stared at the heap of rubble left by the deadliest single tornado since 1947.
“I’m just trying to make sure the people I love are still alive,” she said. “I just can’t believe this.”
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