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ENID, Okla. — Leonardo’s Children’s Museum has concluded its investigation of an alleged racist comment made by an employee to visiting children from Tulsa and determined the comment could not be proven.

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There have now been 92 magnitude 3.0 or greater quakes in the state this year, USGS records show.

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Early voting is underway at the Cherokee County Election Board, and polling places open at 7 a.m. on Tuesday for the Oklahoma primary elections.

Dogs, like people, can have a seizure disorder. Convulsions and seizures cause the dog's body muscles to contract and relax rapidly. Although they are not typically life-threatening, the dog will lose control of its body, which can be frightening. In many cases, it is difficult to determine their underlying cause, but frequent recurrences are normally termed as epilepsy.

The Norman Regional HealthPlex launched its pediatric hospitalist program with the hiring of Dr. Kate Cook and Dr. Tim Laughy in January. The HealthPlex’s pediatric hospitalist service provides inpatient care for children with a hospitalist on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 

Myda Lewis might have fulfilled a dream Thursday by riding through downtown in a convertible to celebrate her 107th birthday, but the resulting, almost spontaneous parade that developed as word of her cruise up Main Street spread across social media achieved something else Myda wanted just as much.

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A McAlester man was in custody Thursday following an early-morning pursuit in and around the Haileyville and Dow areas that police said ended after the driver pulled onto U.S. Highway 270, collided with another vehicle and took off on foot.

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Attorneys for Chip Paul have filed a civil petition alleging that Paul was retaliated against for exercising his rights to free speech, association and assembly. They claim Sheriff Scott Walton's actions at a community forum discussing State Question 788, regarding the upcoming ballot question on legalization of medical marijuana, this week were in violation of the United States and Oklahoma constitutions. Thursday morning Walton told the Progress, "There are no regrets. I'm not going to apologize to anybody for doing my job."

Imagine going through or witnessing something so horrible, terrifying, and outside of our typical experiences, that you cannot seem to get over the fear. It begins to consume you, dominating your thoughts, changing your mood and ability to concentrate on your daily routine. Imagine lying awake, sometimes night after night, afraid to go to sleep despite being exhausted. You don’t want to be defenseless in the dark because if you are asleep you can’t hear every noise. Or, maybe you don’t want to sleep because you don’t want to have another nightmare that is so real you have trouble remembering it is not. Going to sleep means you might have another nightmare. 

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ENID, Okla. — Oklahoma church leaders have issued a statement calling for an end to the Trump administration's separation of immigrant children from families on the southern border, joining a throng of national faith leaders who have condemned the practice on religious and moral grounds.

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Samuel Houston Mayes was born in east Tennessee and came west with his family in 1837. They settled at Muddy Springs near the present town of Stilwell. Mayes was named for the hero of Tennessee, Sam Houston. Mayes had married Nancy Adair, a member of a prominent Cherokee family and together they had 10 sons and one daughter. Most of these siblings attended the Muddy Springs School, and then the brothers furthered their education at the Cherokee Male Seminary at Park Hill.

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Midway through June, some birds have already begun second clutches. If the weather stays hot at the rate that some of them are going, we could well see fourth clutches IF their bodies can handle it.

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It's a day past Father's Day, but I want to give a quick shout-out to my dad who was so instrumental in helping me get to where I am today.

The driver told police he had not had anything to drink since leaving the store. He “had a strong odor of intoxicants on his breath, red watery eyes and slurred speech,” according to the affidavit. Following his arrest, he made threats to kill an Enid police officer, according to the affidavit.

On Tuesday this week, one day after the regularly scheduled meeting, Woodward School Board members gathered in an approved special session to reconsider and relaunch a bid for support to continue to improve Woodward Schools.

The FLY Youth Camp is seeking participants ages 12-17 for a week-long film camp held 1-5 p.m. each day July 23-27 at Northern Oklahoma College Enid. 

Tahlequah video buffs will soon have one less place to get their DVDs, as Reasor's Video store will be closed within a week or two, according to manager Glenn Stafford.

On June 26, Oklahomans will visit their local polling places to cast primary ballots, and among the statewide offices up for contention is lieutenant governor.

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Not many people get a chance to hold real human organs in their hands.

Thanks to Oklahoma State University's Osteopathic mini camp, Operation Orange, high school students get that opportunity and much more.

NORMAN — The North Pole is among the most remote and unexplored places on the planet, both in terms of what's on the surface and above it. A team of meteorologists and researchers, including some from the University of Oklahoma, are hoping to change that. 

NORMAN — The Oklahoma Attorney General’s Office’s lawsuit against several prominent opioid manufacturers is moving to Oklahoma federal court, but that doesn’t mean it will stay or even be decided by Oklahomans.

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