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Employees of Blue Bell Creameries Lose Jobs After Listeria Issue

Employees of Blue Bell Creameries Lose Jobs After Listeria Issue

 Blue Bell announced that they will launch a complete and targeted clean up mission against the Listeria bacteria. The CEO hopes that this mission ensures better quality of the products.On May 15, it was announced that Blue Bell Creameries would be laying off over a third of its workforce after a listeria issue. Listeria was […]

2 Shot in Oklahoma City Parking Lot

2 Shot in Oklahoma City Parking Lot

Police say that there was a heated issue between three teens or young adults, that started in the front parking lot of the Northwest Baptist Church, and ended in the back parking lot and two people were shot and those two are in the hospital. The gun was recovered. Currently, one of the men is […]

Family Members of Bombing Victims Speak Up Against Death Penalty

Family Members of Bombing Victims Speak Up Against Death Penalty

  Family members of those who have died as casualties surrounding various bombing attacks throughout history have just recently voiced their opinions regarding the death penalty and why they do not think it should be implemented. This is especially groundbreaking at this point given that Boston jurors are, at this very time, deliberating whether or […]

Governor Mary Fallin to Tour Oklahoma Tornado Damage Today

Governor Mary Fallin to Tour Oklahoma Tornado Damage Today

Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin will assess the damage of the town of Bridge Creek following the tornadoes that have devastated the area since yesterday. On Thursday, May 7, 2015, Fallin filed Executive Order 2015-23, stamped by the Oklahoma Secretary of State. Under Article VI of the Oklahoma Constitution, Fallin declared that the devastating events that […]

Tornadoes in Oklahoma Cause Governor to Declare State of Emergency

Tornadoes in Oklahoma Cause Governor to Declare State of Emergency

Governor Marry Fallin is preparing an emergency declaration for the state of Oklahoma due to floods caused by tornadoes, and the tornadoes themselves. After Oklahoma saw a mass onslaught of tornadoes from violent storms on Wednesday, the governor stated that she was ready to declare the state of emergency, in order to keep residents safe […]

Tornado Touches Ground Near Oklahoma City

Tornado Touches Ground Near Oklahoma City

Sirens are wailing in parts of Oklahoma City, as a tornado has now touched the ground. Police and officials at the Weather Channel are urging people to take cover. Pictures shown of the tornado feature it forming over water, but as it moves inland and begins to grow it could cause mass damage to the […]

Tulsa Authorities Release Deputy’s Body Camera Video

Tulsa Authorities Release Deputy’s Body Camera Video

Tulsa authorities released a deputy’s body camera video showing the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man during an arrest attempt. The video indicates that Dep. Bob Bates made a mistake in pulling out his gun, when he was reaching for his stun gun. The footage of the deadly April 2 Oklahoma incident, was released […]

Medical Helicopter Crash in Oklahoma Kills One, Injures Two

Medical Helicopter Crash in Oklahoma Kills One, Injures Two

On Thursday night, a medical helicopter crash killed one person and injured two in Eufaula, Oklahoma, according to law enforcement officer Kara White of the McIntosh County Sheriff’s Department. The medical helicopter was carrying three people. It is currently unclear what caused the crash. The medical helicopter was carrying the group to McAlester from Tulsa. […]

University of Oklahoma SAE Members Caught Singing Racial Song [Video]

University of Oklahoma SAE Members Caught Singing Racial Song [Video]

A video surfaced on Sunday, March 8 which caught members of the local fraternity, Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) of the University of Oklahoma, singing a racial song. The video was posted by a school organization called Unheard, which reportedly was organized at the University of Oklahoma after the Michael Brown incident had occurred in Ferguson, […]

Earthquake Capitol California Usurped as National Leader

Earthquake Capitol California Usurped as National Leader

Earthquake capitol California has been usurped as the national leader in quakes by an unusual region. According to reports by Seismologists, the state of Oklahoma has overtaken California as the leading quake trembler of the United States. The strange part of this is that just five years ago the Sooner state was nowhere near the tremor leader boards. Since […]

Oklahoma Police Chief Shot After School Bombing Threat

Oklahoma Police Chief Shot After School Bombing Threat

While investigating the home of what they believe to be the person responsible for calling in a bomb threat to a Sentinel, Oklahoma Head Start school, the Chief of Police was shot multiple times. Classes were suspended at all Sentinel Public Schools after a bomb threat was made against the Community Action Center, where Head […]

New Law Seeks to Ban Wearing Hoodies in Public

New Law Seeks to Ban Wearing Hoodies in Public

A new law is seeking to ban wearing a hoodie in public places. Senate Bill 13 would work in conjunction with a law that bans hoodie wearing during crimes and could land violators in Oklahoma a $500 fine. The original law was aimed at combating the Ku Klux Klan but the amendment would potentially affect […]

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