A military judge has sentenced Army Pfc. Bradley Manning to 35 years in prison for giving a trove of military and diplomatic secrets to the website WikiLeaks.
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Sooners join community in support of the Abbott Children's House
It has become a ritual for Sherri Coale. The Oklahoma women’s basketball coach has made an appearance every year at the annual Basketball Coaches Luncheon, which raises funds for the Mary Abbott Children’s House....
- Second man arraigned on 1st-degree murder charge
- ERDA aims to unify NW Oklahoma on water policy
- Quake recorded near Helena by USGS registers in at 2.8
Man injured in industrial accident
An Ada man was seriously injured by flying debris at a local industrial plant in Ada Thursday morning.
Emergency officials were called to Flex-N-Gate just after 8 a.m.
Breckinridge adds another wind farm
Breckinridge to be site for 32 turbines
A place to live: Dover man helps homeless friend
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- Hearing postponed for man charged with first-degree murder in Enid
Guthrie-Edmond airport looks to upgrade
The Guthrie-Edmond Regional Airport board was told Tuesday by officials from the Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission that GERA is in good shape but work needs to continue to help maximize everything the airport has to offer.
The board was given a presentation by OAC director Vic Bird and Dale Williams, OAC planning division manager about the state of the aviation industry in Oklahoma and how airports the size of GERA are faring.
AAA: Teens report ‘TWD’ significantly less than adults
High school-aged teens report using their phones or texting while driving substantially less often than adults do, according to new research by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.
While the public often cites teens as being the most common offenders, a recent survey found that adult drivers ages 25-39 were the most likely to admit engaging in these risky behaviors behind the wheel.
Peter Kissinger, president and CEO of AAA’s Foundation for Traffic Safety, said young novice drivers, who are especially susceptible to distracted driving crashes, are using their phones while driving less than older drivers.
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