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Norman Police responds to a danger Thursday that ripples across the Norman School District.
The University of Oklahoma football team on Thursday announces an agreement for a three-game series with Tulane.
Showers and thunderstorms are likely Friday, but severe storms are not expected.
Oklahoma Department of Transportation crews are working to make the Highway 9 bridge in Norman passable after heavy rains and flooding caused a large hole to form in the road.
Heavy flooding in Norman caused dozens of cars to stall in high waters, causing police to ticket and, in some cases, impound abandoned cars.
Most of Thursday is dry across Oklahoma, but t-storms return late into the evening, mainly into early Friday morning.
A homeless military veteran charged with taking hostages at a Norman office building has been ordered to stand trial.
Norman police have made an emergency road closure near Washington Elementary School.
Another wave of heavy rain hits Oklahoma on Tuesday, producing almost 5 inches in Norman, according to KOCO meteorologist Jonathan Conder.
After morning rain moves out, look for a partly sunny afternoon with a low chance of afternoon, isolated t-storms.
After recent severe weather, an animal shelter in Norman needs a second chance.
A former Norman student accused of two counts of rape has pleaded no contest.
Look for a round of storms early Saturday and again into the afternoon and evening. Some storms are likely to be severe.
The National Weather Service in Norman has upgraded the tornado ratings for two storms that hit Bridge Creek and southeast Oklahoma City on May 6.
Look for a round of storms before daybreak Friday and again later into the afternoon.
After morning rain moves out, another round of rain might move back in late Thursday evening.
The preliminary damage report for the Norman tornado last week rates it only as a EF-1 tornado, even though stronger winds might have been present, according to KOCO meteorologist Jonathan Conder.
Oklahomans can celebrate Bike-to-Work Day Friday.
Two days before her wedding, the GMC Yukon Cassi Cartwright-Deao was in got swept away by floodwaters on Indian Hills Road, destroying everything inside.
Norman police are warning residents about a possible phone scam.