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City Sentinel
City Sentinel

Oklahoma City, OK

(405) 605-6062


Two Years of Oklahoma Growth Revenue
06/19/2019 7:08pm

Curtis Shelton, OCPA Policy Fellow Oklahomas state treasurer has released the monthly report for May revenue collections. The report shows total gross receipts collected in May were $1.07 billion a 10.6 percent, or $103 million, increase over the same month from the prior year. This marks the 24th month in a row of year over

Oklahoma Conference of Churches opposes placement of immigrant children at Fort Sill
06/18/2019 5:28pm

June 18, 2019 To The Editor: The way in which we treat refugees, immigrants, and visitors is a matter of faith. Care of the stranger and the ministry of hospitality are central to the activity of the people of God. Immigration laws and policies must uphold the human dignity of every person, as every

Lawyers, Activists seek Clemency for Julius Jones. Case issues detailed
06/18/2019 1:26pm

Patrick B. McGuigan OKLAHOMA CITY, OK Lawyers for Oklahoma death row inmate Julius Jones plan to press for clemency for their client. The news was shared at a recent event supporting Oklahomas leading organization coordinating efforts to end capital punishment in Oklahoma. Lawyers announce clemency campaign to seek Justice for Julius At that

Getting to know Nyla: Appreciating Rose State’s Professor Khan
06/18/2019 1:07pm

Patrick B. McGuigan, The City Sentinel Oklahoma City Professor Nyla Ali Khan delivered a memorable speech at the Oklahoma City headquarters of the Dialogue Institute, with the theme, Building Community and Engaging Young People in the Process of Democracy. The presentation was a thoughtful, considerate and insightful exposition of a personal philosophy rooted

After nine months, University of Oklahoma has not answered Open Records Request
06/17/2019 2:07pm

by Patrick B. McGuigan and Stacy Martin Oklahoma City, OK, June 17, 2019 Nine months ago today, our Open Records request was snail-mailed to the Open Records Office at the University of Oklahoma. That letter, dated September 17, 2018 sought to recover from the University information about the activities of OU staff members

Journal Record
Journal Record

101 N Robinson Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73102   Directions

(405) 235-3100


Mexico’s Senate approves trade deal with U.S., Canada
06/19/2019 4:33pm

Mexicos Senate voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to ratify a new free trade agreement with the United States and Canada, making it the first of the three countries to gain legislative approval.

Marijuana industry sets environmental, ethical goals
06/19/2019 12:48pm

An alliance of large marijuana businesses has a message for the public: Were good corporate citizens.

Air quality is slipping after years of improvement
06/18/2019 4:20pm

After decades of improvement, Americas air may not be getting any cleaner.

Report: ‘Better for you’ beer sales jump in Oklahoma
06/17/2019 5:25pm

This summers beer trends have taken a healthier twist, according to a new report from the Oklahoma Beer Alliance.

Alcoholic Beverage Report: June 18, 2019
06/17/2019 2:03pm

The Oklahoma Alcoholic Beverage Laws Enforcement Commission licensing division issued four mixed-beverage licenses, one retail store license and one beer and wine license from June 3 to June 7.


444 E Britton Rd
Oklahoma City, OK 73114   Directions

(405) 424-4444


‘Do you need a bracelet?’ Boy with special needs honored for giving thousands of friendship bracelets
06/19/2019 10:31pm

OKLAHOMA CITY An Oklahoma City teenager, who has spent most of his life in hospitals, learned to pass time by making friendship bracelets, and Fletcher Burns has made 5,000 of them just since January Its been a blessing to see him come out of his shell, Fletchers mom Denise said. He was diagnosed with Epidermal Nevus Syndrome when he was five weeks old. A nevus is like a mole or a birthmark, but he also has, in addition to,

Teen says she was kidnapped and carjacked at Logan Co. convenience store
06/19/2019 10:01pm

LOGAN CO., Okla. Deputies are looking for clues after a teen says she was kidnapped and carjacked at a Logan County convenience store Tuesday evening. Jaden, 19, said she was just out running errands in her mothers newly-purchased black 2009 Jetta when she stopped at a convenience store at the corner of Seward and Sooner. She said as she walked in, she saw a couple of guys who were trying to talk to her but she ignored them. Then

Pauls Valley mayor signs Emergency Disaster Proclamation after overnight storms knock out town’s power
06/19/2019 10:00pm

PAULS VALLEY, Okla. Pauls Valleys mayor signed an Emergency Disaster Proclamation after Wednesday early morning storms left more than 4,500 people without power. Now nobody is allowed to be out on the streets past midnight. This was by far one of the roughest storms that ever came through here, said Janie Cooksey, whose roof was ripped off during Wednesdays early morning storms. The overnight storms unleashed severe winds. Trees uprooted and limbs scattered in front of nearly every home.

Only 14 states allow lemonade stands without permits. Country Time wants the others to do the same
06/19/2019 9:46pm

Grab those extra pennies and dimes, because its almostthe official start of summer,which means kids are getting ready for peak lemonade stand season. Theres one thing that could stop them from opening up shop on those hot neighborhood streets though: the law. Only 14 states allow unpermitted lemonade stands, according to Country Time. So if youre not in California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, North Dakota, Nebraska, Texas, Missouri, Louisiana, Illinois, New York, Vermont, Rhode Island or Connecticut, those adorable kids selling

OICA, OSDH encourage kids to ‘envision a brighter future’ with art contest
06/19/2019 9:19pm

OKLAHOMA CITY The Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy OISA and the Oklahoma State Department of Health OSDH are holding an art contest to showcase great drawings by Oklahoma children. The theme is Envisioning a Bright Future, so OISA and OSDH are asking childrenand youth to submit drawings of what they think will be in their future, what they want to be when they grow up, what holidays they look forward to, or how they think the world will look


1228 E Wilshire Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73111   Directions

(405) 478-3434



1300 E Britton Rd
Oklahoma City, OK 73131   Directions

(405) 478-3000


Bernie Sanders says his progressive policy ideas are based on life experiences
05/30/2019 8:20pm

He prefers to talk policy over biography, and voters asked what he would do if elected president, including whether he would limit the use of executive orders.

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee says his home state can lead by example for nation if elected president
06/13/2019 8:56pm

The 68-year-old Democrat says he has brought changes on many fronts to his home state changes he believes can be an economic template for the nation.

CAUGHT ON CAMERA: K9 takes down man behaving erratically outside IHOP
05/29/2019 5:09am

The suspect was looking for his wife who was an employee at the restaurant.

Splashing through barriers: Water sports program assists people with disabilities
06/20/2019 3:00am

We dont want to take no for an answer.

Laundromats turning into libraries with staff, technology
06/20/2019 3:00am

This outreach brings books and computers to laundromats.

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


Police Enforcing Curfew After Severe Storm Leaves Over 4,000 Without Power In Pauls Valley
06/19/2019 9:54pm

OG&E crews are scrambling to return power to 4,000 Pauls Valley residents. OG&E says power may not return until Friday. In the meantime, the mayor of Pauls Valley is imposing a citywide curfew. That curfew will take effect at midnight. By doing so, police

'I Felt Violated': Hacker Sends Oklahoma Woman Threatening Email
06/19/2019 9:30pm

An Oklahoma County woman was startled by a menacing email. She reached out to News 9 for help. Christine Chiles says the author of the email claimed hed been watching her, and he had pornographic images and videos of her, that he plan

State Representatives Respond To Fort Sill Becoming Migrant Shelter
06/19/2019 5:25pm

Reaction continues this week now that Fort Sill is soon to become shelter for migrant children from the U.S.-Mexico border. Officials say at any time, approximately 1,400 migrant children will be brought to the army post. In 2014, Fort Sill housed migrant

Man Accused Of Pointing Gun At 11-Year-Old Boy, His Father In OKC Road Rage Incident
06/19/2019 4:45pm

A road rage incident on Monday landed a metro man in jail. Police said Marshall Langley, 28, is accused of pulling a gun on another driver and the mans 11-year-old son. Police arrested Langley for pointing a firearm, and said he also had warrants in Okla

Mobile Home Ends Up In Ditch After Sliding Off Truck In Yukon
06/19/2019 6:16pm

Crews in Yukon wrestled with quite a problem Wednesday. A 170,000-pound house slid into a muddy ditch. The mobile home wasnt too mobile. It was being transported down Banner Road, when the driver swung too far right and drove it right into a ditch.

The Oklahoman
The Oklahoman

4725 Council Heights Rd
Oklahoma City, OK 73179   Directions

(405) 475-3311


Opportunity zone program allows investors to possibly reduce taxes
06/20/2019 12:00am

What is the qualified opportunity zone programThe qualified opportunity zone program is a relatively new tax incentive program designed to encourage long-term investment in low-income communities, or qualified opportunity zones.Read more on NewsOK.com

Biden not apologizing for remarks on segregationist senators
06/19/2019 9:35pm

Joe Biden refused calls to apologize Wednesday for saying that the Senate got things done with civility even when the body included segregationists with whom he disagreed.His rivals for the Democratic presidential nomination, including the two major black candidates in the contest, roundly criticized Bidens comments.Read more on NewsOK.com

Hicks rebuffs questions on Trump White House in interview
06/19/2019 9:29pm

WASHINGTON AP Former top White House adviser Hope Hicks refused to answer questions related to her time in the White House in a daylong interview with the House Judiciary Committee, dimming Democrats chances of obtaining new or substantive information about President Donald Trump in their first interview with a person linked to his inner circle.Frustrated Democrats leaving the meeting Wednesday said Hicks and her lawyer rigidly followed White House orders to stay quiet about her time there and said they would be forced to go to court to obtain answers.House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., said Hicks lawyers asserted the White Houses principle that as one of Trumps close advisers she is absolutely immune from talking about her time there because of separation of powers between the legislative and executive branches.Read more on NewsOK.com

Paintings with Asian, Indian feel on exhibit at JRB studios
06/19/2019 9:01pm

Paintings that suggest both figure and landscape and have an Asian art, Native American feel, are in a show by Brenda Kingery.Her acrylics are on view with shows of oils by Jeff Dodd and Karl Brenner at JRB Art at The Elms, 2810 N Walker.Grandmothers Messages are buried in a welter of subtle textures, patterns and objects, in Kingerys 50-inch-square work of that title.Blue Clouds, or small swatches of sky, operate almost as head ornaments on semi-figurative shapes that seem to dance, in another work by her.Even more clearly figurative, yet indirect, and semi-abstract, are two more of her acrylics, Shawl Dancer 1 and 2.Kingery is a San Antonio artist who graduated from the University of Oklahoma and lived a few years in Japan with her husband.Read more on NewsOK.com

Morning Roundup: Dominican AG: Ortiz shooting result of mistaken identity
06/19/2019 8:26pm

Wire reportsThe Dominican Republics lead prosecutor said Wednesday that former Red Sox slugger David Ortiz was not the target of a shooting in a nightclub in his hometown.Attorney General Jean Alain Rodrguez told reporters the target was another man, dressed similarly to Ortiz, who was seated with the retired baseball star on the night of the June 9 shooting in Santo Domingo.Rodrguez said the shooting was orchestrated by a member of Mexicos Gulf Cartel, who remains on the run.Read more on NewsOK.com

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