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Westboro Baptist Church Sent Packing by Counter Protest in Oklahoma

Westboro Baptist Church Sent Packing by Counter Protest in Oklahoma

Nothing like a bit of your own medicine, or ambiguous divine intervention – whichever way people choose to see it – to take a group down a peg or two, and that is exactly what happened to the notorious Westboro Baptist Church in Moore, Oklahoma at the weekend. Equipped with their usual array of brightly […]

Girl Scout Business Tycoon Shatters Record for Boxes of Cookies Sold

Girl Scout Business Tycoon Shatters Record for Boxes of Cookies Sold

Last year Katie Francis sold an unbelievable 12,428 boxes of Girl Scout cookies, but like the best business persons in America, she was hardly satisfied. This past year Francis cemented herself as the Girl Scout Cookie business tycoon of America by selling 18,107 boxes of the cookies, breaking all other records held previously. What is […]

Prescription Pill Poppers to Be Checked

Prescription Pill Poppers to Be Checked

Prescription pill poppers are to be checked by a new Oklahoma law that includes the carrying of prescription medicines for non-medical use as trafficking. The law will prevail as long as it is approved by the Oklahoma Senate.  The author of the bill, State Representative Pat Ownby, a Republican, received unanimous support in the House. […]

Earthquake 4.2 Magnitude Hits Oklahoma

Earthquake 4.2 Magnitude Hits Oklahoma

Over the past seven days, there have been 15 earthquakes in Oklahoma.  The latest reported hit was at the city of Guthrie with an earthquake magnitude of 4.2. One hour ago was a 3.0 magnitude with a depth of 9 kilometers. Two hours ago, there was another temblor, almost breaking 4.0 at 3.8 magnitude with […]

Oklahoma at a Loss for Mental Health Services

Oklahoma at a Loss for Mental Health Services

Oklahoma is at a loss for mental health services unless extra funding is supplied. The commissioner of the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, Terri White, testified before the Oklahoma Legislature, telling the members that the department was in need of $21 million in additional funding to stay within their matching funds […]

School Shootings Cause Paranoia

School Shootings Cause Paranoia

School shootings are always a chaotic situation as students and faculty fear for their lives and with the mass amounts of school shootings that have happened in the last few months it is no surprise that these shootings are causing school students a bit of paranoia. But was it simple paranoia of a student at […]

Shooting Reported at University of Oklahoma a False Alarm

Shooting Reported at University of Oklahoma a False Alarm

A shooting reported at the University of Oklahoma campus has turned out to be a false alarm.  The reported shooting occurred one day after a Purdue University student shot and killed another student in Indiana.  Gould Hall, home to the university’s College of Architecture, is currently being combed as the local police department race to […]

Police Examine Oklahoma City Hospital for Possible Bomb Threat

Police Examine Oklahoma City Hospital for Possible Bomb Threat

A rush of sobriety has hit the community and police as they examine Oklahoma City Hospital for a possible bomb threat.  This emergency at St. Anthony’s Hospital occurred at about 1:10 p.m. Monday afternoon, right around N.W. 10th St. and Lee Ave. Officers have put up signs and assigned crews to barricade streets in the surrounding areas […]

State Troopers Violently Beat Deaf Man for Not Hearing [video]

State Troopers Violently Beat Deaf Man for Not Hearing [video]

Allegedly an Oklahoma City deaf man was viciously beaten for not hearing State Trooper’s order. Officers beat Pearl Pearson for approximately seven minutes when he pulled over what he thought would be a typical traffic stop. The 64-year-old  diabetic, who is also deaf, assumed when the officers pulled him over that they would immediately request […]

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