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City Sentinel

City Sentinel

Oklahoma City, OK

(405) 605-6062


2019 Oklahoma Aviation Art Contest winners announced
02/20/2019 7:42am

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY, OK The Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission OAC has announced the names of twelve students that placed in the Oklahoma 2019 International Aviation Art Contest. The state-level art contest, sponsored by the OAC, encourages youth, ages 6 to 17, to reflect on aviation by designing a piece of art

Mustang Public Library Chocolate Festival offers flavors for every sweet tooth
02/20/2019 7:22am

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY, OK A wide variety of flavors including chocolate brownies flavored with jalapenos and chocolate dipped bacon will be among the array of treats offered on Friday, March 8 at the 13th annual Friends of the Mustang Public Library Chocolate Festival. The event will be held from

Oklahoma Turnpike Authority recommends safe driving guidelines ahead of winter weather
02/18/2019 4:50pm

Staff Report OKLAHOMA CITY The Oklahoma Turnpike Authority OTA is encouraging drivers to travel carefully during winter weather tomorrow Tuesday, February 19. In in a press release on Monday, authority explained, The OTA works to provide safe travel for all drivers, especially in snowy or icy conditions. Its important to be prepared when winter

Legislative Democrats press united “Brand New State” Agenda
02/18/2019 6:33am

Staff Report OKLAHOMA CITY Senate Democratic Leader Kay Floyd, D-Oklahoma City, and House Minority Leader Emily Virgin, D-Norman, introduced a plan for a Brand New State on February 5, the day after Gov. Kevin Stitt unveiled his plans as the new governor. Brand New State was described in a press release from the

A Night with Ralph Ellison Gala set for March 9
02/15/2019 7:30am

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY, OK The 2019Ralph Ellison Foundation celebration gala, A Night with Ralph Ellison will be held on Saturday, March 9 from 6 9 p.m. The event will take place at the Oklahoma History Centers Devon Great Hall in Oklahoma City. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. The

Journal Record

Journal Record

101 N Robinson Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73102   Directions

(405) 235-3100


Transportation among OKC’s top legislative priorities
02/20/2019 5:14pm

Mayor David Holt and city staff led by City Manager Craig Freeman hosted U.S. Rep. Kendra Horn and Rep. Tom Cole downtown to outline the citys top legislative priorities this year.

OU regents chairwoman: President didn’t initiate personnel probe
02/20/2019 3:57pm

The chairwoman of the University of Oklahoma regents said an ongoing personnel investigation was not initiated by the current president, but declined to elaborate further following a closed-door meeting Wednesday with attorneys to discuss the probe.

Fouled waters reveal lasting legacy of U.S. mining industry
02/20/2019 12:54pm

Every day many millions of gallons of water loaded with arsenic, lead and other toxic metals flow from some of the most contaminated mining sites in the U.S. and into surrounding lakes and streams without being treated, The Associated Press has found.

Shawnee a step closer to becoming ‘Blue Zone’ city
02/19/2019 7:14pm

Shawnees two Homeland grocery stores made enough health-focused changes to earn a Blue Zone certification. Blue Zones, which are certified by Blue Zones LLC in Minneapolis, are areas with lifestyle characteristics that contribute to healthy choices and longer living.

OSU moving HTM program to business school
02/19/2019 4:20pm

Ken Eastman, dean of the Oklahoma State University Spears School of Business, said the plan to bring the hotel and tourism management program under Spears umbrella is expected to receive final approval by July 1.



444 E Britton Rd
Oklahoma City, OK 73114   Directions

(405) 424-4444


High school coach calling out Oklahoma schools that aren’t wheelchair accessible
02/20/2019 10:32pm

HARRAH, Okla. A high school coach is taking a stand after years of frustration coming across facilities that cant accommodate wheelchairs. The amputee is sometimes forced to use a wheelchair, and said there are several schools where hes run into issues, most recently Harrah High School. Deion Lewis is coaches for several Southeast High School teams, including girls basketball, soccer, and football. Getting his leg amputated in 2015 hasnt slowed him down. Last Friday, he was with the girls

OU professor resigns from “toxic environment” after requesting the same pay as male colleague
02/20/2019 10:29pm

NORMAN, Okla. Current and former students in the journalism program at the University of Oklahoma are buzzing about the retirement of longtime professor Judge Gibbs Robinson. First I got an email from her over Christmas break saying she was leaving the university, said junior Katelyn Howard. There was really no warning. But Wednesday, the experienced instructor outlined her reasoning on Facebook. I accepted a retirement incentive effective Jan. 4 rather than return to a job that had become increasingly

Free dance class for special needs kids helps them come alive, instructors honored
02/20/2019 10:00pm

MOORE, Okla. Children with special needs sometimes have a hard time coming out of their shell. But two young women in Moore have found a way to make those children shine, by offering free dance lessons for kids with special needs. We have quite a few with autism, we have cerebral palsy, we have a brain cancer survivor, which is awesome, and we have a little down syndrome cutie, Dance Instructor Kristen Privette said. Kristen and her friend Madi

Wisconsin man accused of severely abusing toddler faces preliminary hearing
02/20/2019 9:27pm

SHEBOYGAN, Wis. Supporters of a toddler who sustained life-threatening injuries showed up to court as the man accused of abusing her appeared for his preliminary hearing Wednesday. Jonathan Colon, 25, of Sheboygan, faces three charges: Child abuse, intentionally causing great bodily harm, repeater Neglecting a child, consequence is great bodily harm, repeater Possession of THC, second-plus offense, repeater Prosecutors said Colon was caring for the child when she suffered life-threatening injuries. The hearing was still going on as of

After one man had a heart attack, 911 calls went unanswered. Now his family is suing for $25 million
02/20/2019 8:57pm

CNN When 69-year-old Stephen Greene had a heart attack last March, the staff at the rehabilitation center where he had been recovering from other health issues picked up the phone to call an ambulance they called 911 13 times before they got an answer, according to a lawsuit filed this week. When they finally did get through, an ambulance was sent for Greene and he was transported to the hospital. But he died the next day. Now his wife,



1228 E Wilshire Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73111   Directions

(405) 478-3434




1300 E Britton Rd
Oklahoma City, OK 73131   Directions

(405) 478-3000


ACLU threatens to sue district after awards for 'Big Booty,' other physical traits given to cheerleaders
02/20/2019 11:10am

The awards, allegedly handed out during a banquet attended by about 150 people, poked fun at cheerleaders bodies.

'They were so loved': Family devastated after father, 4 daughters die in house fire
02/16/2019 5:50am

The lone survivor of the blaze, a 13-year-old girl, was hospitalized.

Father dies trying to save two of his children trapped in house fire, family says
02/20/2019 6:54pm

The father of three brought his 9-year-old son to safety before going back into a burning home to find his older children, a family member said.

Shocking video shows several people hurt by bull during 'cowboy pinball' game
02/21/2019 4:45am

When hed come out, he hit the first individual, he was a decent-sized guy. He went flying. Then he turned around and hit the other gentleman, and he went flying, a witness said.

‘I smashed him’: Man fights off aggressive coyote with coffee cup
02/21/2019 4:30am

He says he did what he had to do to protect himself, his dog and his neighborhood when faced with an overly aggressive coyote.

KOKC News Talk 1520 AM

KOKC News Talk 1520 AM

400 E Britton Rd
Oklahoma City, OK 73114   Directions

(405) 478-5104




1228 E Wilshire Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73111   Directions

(405) 843-2525


KTOK NewsRadio 1000 AM

KTOK NewsRadio 1000 AM

1900 Northwest Expy
Oklahoma City, OK 73118   Directions

(405) 840-5271


KTUZ-TV Telemundo 30

KTUZ-TV Telemundo 30

5101 S Shields Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73129   Directions

(405) 616-9900




7401 N Kelley Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73111   Directions

(405) 843-6641


Parents Outraged With Cordell Public Schools After Son Allegedly Beaten On Campus
02/20/2019 9:39pm

Parents of 15-year-old Aaron Gunning said they are outraged with the superintendent of Cordell Public Schools after their son was attacked on campus. They add, its mainly because the administration verbally punished the students involved, rather th

Norman Police Release Sketch Of Stalking, Burglary Suspect
02/20/2019 4:33pm

A sketch has been released of a stalking and burglary suspect in Norman.

1 Transported After Being Struck By Vehicle In The Village
02/20/2019 8:31pm

Emergency crews responded after a person riding a bicycle was struck by a vehicle in The Village, Oklahoma.

Tecumseh Mechanic Accused Of Scamming, Spending Customers Money At Casino
02/20/2019 9:15pm

An auto mechanic who recently bonded out of jail is now accused of spending money that belongs to his customers. Keith Wheeler is accused of bilking his customers out of thousands of dollars after they paid for work he never finished. Read Related Story:

Oklahoma CBD, Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Required To Obtain Food Licenses
02/20/2019 5:45pm

The Oklahoma Department of Health is notifying CBD and medical marijuana dispensaries theyll need a food license to be able to sell certain products. The department is encouraging current businesses manufacturing or selling food products infused with or

The Oklahoman

The Oklahoman

4725 Council Heights Rd
Oklahoma City, OK 73179   Directions

(405) 475-3311


Point of View: Oklahoma's casinos, communities working together to spur growth
02/21/2019 4:20am

By Bill MillerFor nearly three decades, Oklahomas casino gaming industry has been a reliable small-business incubator, innovation mechanism and community partner, all wrapped into one.Throughout the state, sovereign tribal nations and gaming companies are an engine of growth.Read more on

Point of View: Oklahomans ill served by excessive occupational licensing requirements
02/21/2019 2:30am

By Tim Head, David Safavian and Jason PyePope St. John Paul II stated in his 1981 encyclical Laborem Exercens that work is a key, probably the essential key, to the whole social question.One of the social questions facing the people of Oklahoma is how to address the revolving door of Oklahoma prisons making Oklahoma communities less safe.Read more on

E.J. Dionne: A very British lesson for the American left
02/21/2019 2:10am

By E.J. Dionne Jr.Does the bolt of eight members of Parliament from the British Labour Party out of frustration with its left-wing leader, Jeremy Corbyn, have anything to teach Democrats in the United StatesTheres a case for saying no, since Corbyn is well to the left of anyone bidding to lead the Democratic Party.Read more on

Karl Lagerfeld didn't have a signature design, but he invented a new kind of designer
02/21/2019 2:01am

By Robin GivhanThe Washington PostKarl Lagerfeld was an extraordinary designer as famous as many of the celebrities he dressed. But for a lot of people, he was a celebrity before he was anything else.Lagerfeld, who died Tuesday in Paris, was a multitasking Renaissance man who kept the 109-year-old Paris-based Chanel vibrant, desirable and culturally relevant.Read more on

Today's birthdays
02/21/2019 2:01am

Actress Tyne Daly, 73.Actor Kelsey Grammer, 64.Singer Mary Chapin Carpenter, 61.Actress Jennifer Love Hewitt, 40.Comedian-director Jordan Peele Key and Peele, 40.Actress Ellen Page Inception, Juno, 32.Actress Sophie Turner Game of Thrones, 23.Associated PressRead more on

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