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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.
Even though a weak cold front moved through on Wednesday, high temperatures will still be in the mid to upper 90s for Thursday. The mercury will continue to climb into the weekend with triple digits likely.
Firefighter Grant McDanel had no idea he would be saving a man's life when he decided to eat alone at the Outback Steakhouse in Norman while his wife was out of town.
With highs in the mid to upper 90s, expect the heat indices to near 105 degrees at the warmest time of the day.
James Garner, an Oklahoman famous for six decades of acting, died Saturday.
As the heat returns, so will the humidity. When you combine highs in the lower 90s with higher humidity, the heat index will be in the mid to upper 90s for your Sunday.
Animal advocates are upset about a new policy at a local animal shelter that involves which cats and dogs volunteers can photograph and post on social media.
After some morning fog, look for plenty of afternoon sunshine Saturday with temperatures rebounding into the 80s. Enjoy the comfortable weather while you can, much higher heat is returning for next week.
The University of Oklahoma's research center is facing a non-compliance writeup from a United States Department of Agriculture inspection report.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms are likely early Thursday. Some storms may produce heavy rain and flash flooding is possible.
With the bulk of the rain gone for Friday, highs will still remain in the upper 70s and will struggle to hit 80° due to the lingering cloud cover. It will take several days for the lower 90s to return.
Much of Oklahoma will be under a flash flood watch through Friday afternoon as a thunderstorm complex moves into the state.
One man was injured in a Norman garage fire Wednesday morning.
Two bars on the southwest side of Oklahoma City are now closed after a major drug bust.