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The tornado warning issued earlier for Pontotoc County was cancelled at 10:31 p.m. A thunderstorm warning remains in effect.

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A decomposing body found in Ada Friday was identified Saturday as 51-year-old Joey Tomberlin, according to city of Ada Public Information Director Lisa Bratcher.

Roger Gaddis, an Ada-based financial advisor with more than 30 years of industry experience, addressed the University of Central Oklahoma, Finance Club at its October meeting at the UCO School of Business. Gaddis spoke to the students about the opportunities and challenges in a career in the…

Oklahoma News

  • Jacob McGuire | CNHI News Oklahoma

NORMAN — A Cleveland County jury began hearing evidence this week to determine if former day care owner Melissa Dawn Clark was responsible for the death of a 5-month-old baby.

National News

  • By Peter Hermann | The Washington Post

Police officers in Washington, D.C. wearing body cameras reported using force about as often as colleagues who didn't have them, and citizen complaints against the two groups were about even, according to a new study that bucks early expectations about the impact of the devices.

  • George B. Cunningham, Professor of Sport Management, Faculty Affiliate of the Women's and Gender Studies Program, and Director, Laboratory for Diversity in Sport, Texas A&M University

The uproar over allegations that Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein sexually abused and harassed dozens of the women he worked with is inspiring countless women (and some men) to share their own personal sexual harassment and assault stories.

  • Jay L. Zagorsky, Economist and Research Scientist, The Ohio State University

A world without cash seems wonderful at first glance since it is convenient and fast. You don’t need to withdraw dollars or euros ahead of time. You don’t have to worry about money being lost or stolen. Paying for things with your phone is a breeze.

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  • by Kay and David Scott | CNHI Travel Writers

While famed American architect Frank Lloyd Wright understandably didn’t live to see the 150th anniversary of his 1867 birth, hundreds of buildings and many more pieces of furniture he designed remain as timeless today as when they were constructed over a century ago. Homes, churches, hotels, and schools designed by Wright remain popular destinations both for architectural professionals and lay people fascinated by his strikingly beautiful designs.

  • Roger Pielke Jr., Professor, University of Colorado

High school football participation may have peaked. That’s the argument I make in a recent analysis for the international sports governance association Play the Game.