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Carson Cunningham is answering your college football questions in his first mailbag column.
The city of Norman is looking to implement new policies regarding volunteers at the city’s Animal Welfare Center.
Showers and thunderstorms are likely on Wednesday and at times, rain will be heavy. With numerous showers, 2-4 inches of rain is possible, which may produce flash flooding.
The investigation of an OU football player accused of punching a woman in the face continues.
The investigation continues after a Norman woman was found dead in her bathroom Monday.
A student at the University of Oklahoma died Monday after a Saturday car crash in Tulsa.
Widely scattered showers are possible Tuesday across western Oklahoma before a round of heavy rain moves in late Tuesday into Wednesday. Flash flooding is possible Wednesday with 2-4 inches of rain possible.
Joe Mixon, a five-star recruit for the Sooners, sat down Monday afternoon to talk to detectives.
Norman police are investigating the suspicious death of a woman.
Cleveland County sheriff’s deputies arrested a Norman woman Friday after she brought a handgun to the Cleveland County Courthouse, according to authorities.
Several homeowners are working on a petition to combat a proposal for a third Walmart Supercenter in Norman.
Authorities said a 17-year-old boy nearly drowned at Lake Thunderbird at Party Cove Sunday.
Even though a cold front will bring some heat relief with highs into the 90s, the added humidity may make it feel much hotter. Enjoy significant heat relief going into the work week.
An OU football player is under investigation for an alleged assault.
Are you ready for the hottest weekend of the year so far? Highs will be in the lower 100s Saturday, but with just a little humidity, the heat index will be near 105°. Sunday is almost as hot but next week with bring highs in the 80s and even the 70s.
An apparent OU fan is taking advantage of a national report about a University of Texas spelling error.
Even though the humidity will be lower Friday, high temperatures will be much higher in the lower 100s. The heat will continue through the weekend.
Oklahoma's State Board of Education voted on Wednesday for a second time to delay a formal plan for adopting new education standards in math and English.
Despite 2013 being a record year for rain, the extremely dry start to 2014 allowed the drought to rapidly expand across Oklahoma. Rainfall in the last two months has helped to reduce the drought, especially across central Oklahoma. All images in the month-by-month slideshow are courtesy of the U.S. Drought Monitor. The dark the color, the higher the drought level.
Oklahoma school districts are receiving an increase in funding per student for the upcoming fiscal year.