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Four Death Row Inmates, Including Julius Jones, Ask For Temporary Delay On Upcoming Executions news Four Death Row Inmates, Including Julius Jones, Ask For Temporary Delay On Upcoming Executions

Four death row inmates, including Julius Jones, are asking a federal court to temporarily delay their upcoming executions. Attorneys for Jones, John Grant, Donald Grant and Gilbert Postelle have now filed a motion for a preliminary injunction.

Paul Howell’s Family Feels Hurt, Revictimized By Movement To Free Convicted Killer Don't Miss Paul Howell’s Family Feels Hurt, Revictimized By Movement To Free Convicted Killer

Under lock and key on Oklahoma's death row, convicted killer Julius Jones has vehemently declared his innocence in the 1999 murder of Edmond businessman Paul Howell. Inevitably, the Howell family fell silent to a vocal and national movement to save Jones' life. Now, they've changed their stance to address what they say are gross misrepresentations of the facts in the case.

Health OSDH: 1,148 New COVID-19 Cases Reported, 58 More Virus-Related Deaths Added To Provisional Death Count

OKLAHOMA CITY Fifty-eight deaths and 1,148 new coronavirus cases were reported in the state since Wednesday, according to daily numbers released by the Oklahoma State Department of Health.

news Dr. Phil: ‘Absolutely Convinced’ Death Row Inmate Richard Glossip Is Innocent

OKLAHOMA CITY Dr. Phil McGraw interviewed Oklahoma death row inmate Richard Glossip as well as state lawmakers supporting his innocence claim.

news Chickasaw Nation Unveils Major Development Plans For Land Surrounding First Americans Museum

OKLAHOMA CITY The newly-opened First Americans Museum in southeast Oklahoma City kicked off big plans for the land surrounding the site. Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby on Thursday unveiled plans to create a tourist destination unlike anything in the metro.

news Oklahoma City Police Department Drops COVID Vaccination Requirement For New Hires, Recruits

OKLAHOMA CITY The Oklahoma City Police Department said it is dropping the COVID-19 vaccination mandate for all new hires and recruits.

Thunder Fall To The Jazz In Season Opener; 107-86 Oklahoma City Thunder Thunder Fall To The Jazz In Season Opener; 107-86

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah Shai Gilgeous-Alexander scored 18 points and Darius Bazley added 15 to lead the Thunder. Oklahoma City led only once after scoring the game’s first basket.

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OKLAHOMA CITY News 9 Meteorologist Lacey Swope has your Thursday afternoon forecast from the Bob Mills Weather Center.

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Thunder Fall To The Jazz In Season Opener; 107-86 Oklahoma City Thunder Thunder Fall To The Jazz In Season Opener; 107-86

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah Shai Gilgeous-Alexander scored 18 points and Darius Bazley added 15 to lead the Thunder. Oklahoma City led only once after scoring the game’s first basket.

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OKLAHOMA CITY Cooking expert Sassy Mama shows us how to make meat pies!

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