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City Sentinel
City Sentinel

Oklahoma City, OK

(405) 605-6062


Julius Jones clemency petition spurs letter writing, social media campaign
11/19/2019 9:26am

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY, OK A clemency application recently filed on behalf of death row prisoner Julius Jones with the Oklahoma Pardon and Parole board has launched an urgent letter writing, social media campaign. The petition, filed on October 15 by Jones attorney Dale Baich, asks for the parole board

Oklahomans to receive 2019 Universal Human Rights Award on Dec. 7
11/18/2019 8:49am

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY, OK The public is invited to attend the presentation of the 2019 Oklahoma Universal Human Rights Awards on Saturday, December 7 at the Oklahoma State Capitol. The free, public event will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the State Senate Committee Room 535,

Concerning Kashmir: Whether or not we want to care, we need to care
11/18/2019 1:20am

Patrick B. McGuigan Oklahoma City President Donald Trump has disappointed many with his strong tilt in favor of Turkish dictator Recep Tayyip Erdoan. The Turkish strrongman is a Muslim who suppresses both Muslims and people of other faiths. Trump has backed him even at the cost of abandonment of Americas long-standing friends in

At a Rededication: ‘That Glimpse of Thee’
11/16/2019 10:27pm

Dante Alighieri G.K. Chesterton translation Then was my vision mightier than mans speech Speech snapt before it like a flying spell And memory and all that time can teach Before that splendid outrage failed and fell. As when one dreameth and remembereth not Waking, what were his pleasures or his pains, With every feature of

OKC Amnesty group to host annual Write for Rights event Dec. 14
11/15/2019 9:26am

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY, OK During the month of December, members of Amnesty International AIaround the world will participate in the organizations Global Write-A-Thon event in honor of Human Rights Day, which is recognized on December 10. The Amnesty International Oklahoma CityChapterwill hold its annual letter writing event on Saturday, Dec.

Journal Record
Journal Record

101 N Robinson Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73102   Directions

(405) 235-3100


State seeking enforcement of wastewater disposal by oil and gas industry
11/20/2019 5:44pm

Guidelines for oil and gas wastewater disposal into rivers and streams in Oklahoma may become stricter if the state is granted permission to take over enforcement of federal water quality regulation.

SandRidge trusts delisted by NYSE
11/20/2019 5:14pm

Two publicly traded trusts held by Oklahoma City-based SandRidge Energy have been delisted from the New York Stock Exchange and are now traded over the counter on pink sheets.

MAPS 4 projects ‘tie to each other’
11/20/2019 5:12pm

Choosing which of the proposed MAPS 4 projects would have the greatest impact on Oklahoma City is a little like choosing a favorite among your children, said Aubrey McDermid, assistant city manager for Oklahoma City. The 16 projects all work together, she said.

Quapaw Nation reaches $200 million trust settlement
11/20/2019 3:40pm

Under a settlement with the United States, the Quapaw Nation and its members are due to receive more than $200 million through a combination of immediate payments and appropriations to be requested from Congress.

Billboard businesses butt heads over zoning rules
11/19/2019 5:01pm

Boulevard Media Companys request to put up a billboard at 2445 West I-44 Service Road, off of NW 39th Street between Pennsylvania Avenue and May Avenue, was protested by a representative of competitor Lamar Advertising.


444 E Britton Rd
Oklahoma City, OK 73114   Directions

(405) 424-4444


Oklahoma History Center has new teaching technique for geography teachers
11/20/2019 5:57pm

OKLAHOMA CITY KFOR The Oklahoma History Center has a new way to train Oklahoma geography teachers. Giant maps are helping teachers with ideas on how to better engage their students. Dr. Scott Green with the University of Oklahoma is helping with the project. With globalization and climate change happening rapidly, this is a very visual way to help tell the story, Green said. People are looking at geography as a way to see a holistic link between us and

Oklahoma County judge seeking to remove district attorney from her tax evasion case
11/20/2019 5:43pm

OKLAHOMA CITY KFOR An embattled Oklahoma County district judge is now asking to have the Oklahoma County district attorney removed from her criminal case. In September, it came to light that Oklahoma County District Attorney David Prater was demanding that Oklahoma County District Judge Kendra Coleman step back from ruling on criminal cases. According to a motion filed by Prater, he claimed that Coleman intentionally violated ethics rules by failing to report final campaign contributions. However, Colemans attorney said

Landscaper mowing to save for new prosthetic legs gets much needed help
11/20/2019 5:15pm

OKLAHOMA CITY KFOR If you worked every day the grass grew how many lawns could you mow in 3 years How much could you save Those were the calculations running through Ron Hortons head in late September 2019 as he thought about what it would take to save up for new prosthetic legs. Cut forward to mid-November. The grass stopped growing but Rons hopes soared when the Scott Sabolich Prosthetics and Research Lab called the number on his Facebook

Horses at Oklahoma equine rescue saved as grass fire threatens property
11/20/2019 5:00pm

EDMOND, Okla. KFOR It was a busy Wednesday morning for some residents in Edmond who had to be evacuated from their homes as a grass fire crept toward their properties. Around 12:30 a.m., several fire departments were called to a grass fire near Coffee Creek Rd. and Council after nearby residents spotted large flames in the area. Katrina Friend, who works and lives on the 45-acre property of Nexus Equine Rescue,was one of the residents who was evacuated due

Plastic pieces prompt Cheese Nips recall
11/20/2019 4:54pm

WPRI You may want to check your cupboards. Mondelz Global LLC Wednesday announced it was recalling a limited quantity of Cheese Nips due to the potential presence of small food-grade yellow plastic pieces, theFood and Drug Administration said. The FDA said the plastic from a dough scraper was found on manufacturing equipment and that a small amount of the product may have been affected. This recall is limited exclusively to theCheese Nipsproduct listed in the grid, available at retail


1228 E Wilshire Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73111   Directions

(405) 478-3434



1300 E Britton Rd
Oklahoma City, OK 73131   Directions

(405) 478-3000


Police release chilling 911 calls of shooting outside Duncan Walmart
11/20/2019 6:13pm

Police have released the chilling 911 calls from witnesses who saw a double murder-suicide outside a Walmart in Duncan.

Watch: Teen fugitive jumps off plane, initiates chase at Will Rogers World Airport
11/20/2019 6:10pm

Authorities have released security footage of the moments when a 16-year-old fugitive jumped off a plane at Will Rogers World Airport and initiated a foot pursuit.

LIVE: Impeachment hearings continue
11/20/2019 6:00pm

Laura Cooper, a deputy assistant secretary of defense, and David Hale, a State Department official are testifying on Capitol Hill.

OU Undergraduate Student Congress discusses bill to remove 'sooner' from organization name
11/20/2019 5:55pm

The University of Oklahomas Undergraduate Student Congress has seen legislation that would remove the word sooner from a student organizations name, saying the word is offensive to the Native American community.

Vice President Pence disputes Sondland's impeachment testimony
11/20/2019 5:54pm

I was not aware of the allegations that U.S. aid to Ukraine was tied to investigations at any point before those matters become public in September, Pence said, disputing Sondlands sworn testimony.

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


Red Cross 'Sewing Ladies' Prepare Gifts For Oklahoma Veterans
11/20/2019 5:49pm

The American Red Cross responds to disasters, but its work between those deployments can be just as comforting. Once a week at their OKC Headquarters, five volunteers sew hats, pillows and stuffed animals for VA facilities and Fort Sill Army Base.

Okla. Council Of Public Affairs Weighs In On Gaming Compact Dispute Between Tribes, Gov. Stitt
11/20/2019 5:21pm

Conservative think tank, the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs said casino gaming compacts with the state should be renegotiated. The OCPA said it has crunched the numbers and said the states getting a real bad deal when it comes to gaming. The tribes an

Police Release Frantic 911 Calls From Deadly Triple Shooting At Duncan Walmart
11/20/2019 4:46pm

Duncan city officials released the 911 calls that were made moments after a double murder-suicide in a Walmart parking lot. Authorities said dozens of calls came into the Duncan 911 call center. Caller: Somebody was just shot. 911 Dispatcher

Oklahoma Corporation Commission Says Phone Bills To Go Up Again
11/20/2019 4:43pm

Your phone bills, for both cellphones and landlines, could be going up again. Specifically, that Universal Service Fee that already went up about 500 this summer. The Oklahoma Corporation Commission staff said despite the increases late this summer, the

Yukon Parents Take Fight Over Fracking Well Near School To Corporation Commission
11/20/2019 4:25pm

Parents trying to keep a fracking operation away from their childrens school took their case to the Oklahoma Corporation Commission Wednesday. Parents have argued that the potential well is just feet from the playground at Banner school. Theyre wo

The Oklahoman
The Oklahoman

4725 Council Heights Rd
Oklahoma City, OK 73179   Directions

(405) 475-3311


Chris Paul: Dennis Schroder kept the Thunder 'in it all night'
11/20/2019 11:52am

By Maddie LeeThunder guard Dennis Schroder wound his way into the paint and abruptly pulled up to toss a floater over Lakers center Dwight Howard.The arc on his shot was perfectly calculated, rising just out of Howards reach before falling through the hoop.Dennis was amazing, point guard Chris Paul said after the Thunders 112-107 loss at Los Angeles.Read more on NewsOK.com

Impeachment hearings takeaways: `Everyone was in the loop’
11/20/2019 11:50am

WASHINGTON AP Gordon Sondland, President Donald Trumps ambassador to the European Union, bolstered Democrats impeachment narrative Wednesday as he repeatedly talked of a quid pro quo involving Ukraine.He said everyone was in the loop about President Donald Trumps push for Ukraine to announce investigations into a Ukraine gas company and the 2016 U.S. election.Sondland was one of the most anticipated witnesses as Democrats are holding a rigorous week of hearings into whether Trumps dealings with Ukraine are grounds for impeachment.Sondland told lawmakers that he worked with Rudy Giuliani on Ukraine at Trumps direction and that he eventually came to believe that military aid for the country was dependent on Ukraine launching the investigations.Some takeaways from Day 4 of the impeachment inquiry before the House intelligence committee:THIS FOR THATSondland repeatedly referred to a quid pro quo one thing in return for another in describing the administrations dealings with Ukraine.It was a remarkable spectacle: Trumps own ambassador using the exact term that the president himself has disavowed.Read more on NewsOK.com

Fourth teacher sues Epic over termination
11/20/2019 11:42am

By Nuria Martinez-KeelStaff writernmartinez-keeloklahoman.comA fourth teacher has filed a lawsuit against Epic Charter Schools, alleging she was fired after objecting to questionable enrollment practices.Ryan Aispuro said Epic terminated her employment because she resisted pressure to manipulate Epics truancy standards. The lawsuit was filed Tuesday in Oklahoma County District Court, requesting at least $75,000 in damages.Aispuro described similar circumstances as three other teachers who sued the virtual charter school.Read more on NewsOK.com

Thunder is near the bottom in NBA pace. Would playing faster help?
11/20/2019 11:36am

By Berry TramelThe Thunder lost to the Lakers 112-107 Tuesday night in Los Angeles, and its no secret how the Thunder lost.Read more on NewsOK.com

Trump directed Ukraine quid pro quo, key witness says
11/20/2019 11:33am

WASHINGTON AP Ambassador Gordon Sondland declared to impeachment investigators Wednesday that President Donald Trump and his lawyer Rudy Giuliani explicitly sought a quid pro quo with Ukraine, leveraging an Oval Office visit for political investigations of Democrats.Read more on NewsOK.com