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  • Medical Marijuana Still Illegal On Tribal Land

    Medical Marijuana Still Illegal On Tribal Land

    Medical marijuana is now legal in Oklahoma, but when it comes to tribal land, the same rules don't apply.

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    Medical marijuana is now legal in Oklahoma, but when it comes to tribal land, the same rules don't apply.

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  • News 9 Flashback (2003): Memorial Day Ceremonies

    News 9 Flashback (2003): Memorial Day Ceremonies

    News 9 Flashback (2003): Memorial Day Ceremonies

    News 9 Flashback (2003): Memorial Day Ceremonies

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  • News 9 Flashback (2003): Memorial Day Ceremonies

    News 9 Flashback (2003): Memorial Day Ceremonies

    There was the ceremony in Lawton at the recently opened national cemetery, a unique remembrance at the veterans' memorial by the Capitol, and then the traditional ceremony here at the 45th Infantry Division Museum.

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    There was the ceremony in Lawton at the recently opened national cemetery, a unique remembrance at the veterans' memorial by the Capitol, and then the traditional ceremony here at the 45th Infantry Division Museum.

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  • News 9 Flashback: 2005 Tribute To U.S. Navy Veteran Lewis Swindler

    News 9 Flashback: 2005 Tribute To U.S. Navy Veteran Lewis Swindler

    December 7, 1941. The day the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. They day America was forced into World War II, and the darkest day for the United States Navy. 

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    December 7, 1941. The day the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. They day America was forced into World War II, and the darkest day for the United States Navy. 

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  • News 9 Flashback (1980): Mount St. Helens Erupts, Killing 57

    News 9 Flashback (1980): Mount St. Helens Erupts, Killing 57

    While the world watches Kilauea erupt in Hawaii in 2018, we recently passed the 38th anniversary of the Mount St. Helens eruption in 1980. That eruption killed 57 people and sent ash across the Pacific Northwest and beyond. In this News 9 Flashback, we put together some file footage from the News 9 vault, all the way back in 1980. Check out the video atop this page. Click here to watch more News 9 Flashback features, or email us to request what you'd like to see from yesteryear.

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    While the world watches Kilauea erupt in Hawaii in 2018, we recently passed the 38th anniversary of the Mount St. Helens eruption in 1980. That eruption killed 57 people and sent ash across the Pacific Northwest and beyond. In this News 9 Flashback, we put together some file footage from the News 9 vault, all the way back in 1980. Check out the video atop this page. Click here to watch more News 9 Flashback features, or email us to request what you'd like to see from yesteryear.

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  • News 9 Flashback (1994): Memorial Day In Oklahoma

    News 9 Flashback (1994): Memorial Day In Oklahoma

    This News 9 Flashback story takes us back to 1994, and it's all about family fun over the Memorial Day weekend, a time to honor those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for their country and the unofficial start to summer.

    This News 9 Flashback story takes us back to 1994, and it's all about family fun over the Memorial Day weekend, a time to honor those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for their country and the unofficial start to summer.

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  • News 9 Flashback (1994): Memorial Day In Oklahoma

    News 9 Flashback (1994): Memorial Day In Oklahoma

    Hunkered down on the hot concrete with cars whizzing by and only a thin shell to protect you -- not a safe way to spend Memorial Day. This News 9 Flashback story takes us back to 1994, and it's all about family fun over the Memorial Day weekend, a time to honor those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for their country and the unofficial start to summer. Former News 9 reporter Gan Matthews has his unique take on the holiday. Running. The family that runs together has fun together...More >>
    Hunkered down on the hot concrete with cars whizzing by and only a thin shell to protect you -- not a safe way to spend Memorial Day. This News 9 Flashback story takes us back to 1994, and it's all about family fun over the Memorial Day weekend, a time to honor those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for their country and the unofficial start to summer. Former News 9 reporter Gan Matthews has his unique take on the holiday. Running. The family that runs together has fun together...More >>
  • News 9 Flashback (1991): Oologah Seniors Weather Storms, Survive Tornadoes, Get Diplomas

    News 9 Flashback (1991): Oologah Seniors Weather Storms, Survive Tornadoes, Get Diplomas

    High school graduation typically coincides with the passing of spring. However, the ceremony for Oologah High School seniors in 1991 was more typical of spring than the average commencement exercise. This News 9 Flashback story tells the tale of seniors surviving a storm spring that year.

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    High school graduation typically coincides with the passing of spring. However, the ceremony for Oologah High School seniors in 1991 was more typical of spring than the average commencement exercise. This News 9 Flashback story tells the tale of seniors surviving a storm spring that year.

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  • News 9 Flashback (1997): Chuck Norris, Mom Talk About Success

    News 9 Flashback (1997): Chuck Norris, Mom Talk About Success

    Movie and television star Chuck Norris could do anything he wants back in the 1990s (and probably still can). In this special News 9 Flashback, former News 9 reporter Randy Renner talks to Chuck and his mother, Wilma Norris Knight. Norris was born in Ryan, Okla., and grew up in the town of Wilson. In Dallas, on the set of Norris' hit TV show, "Walker, Texas Ranger," Renner asked Wilma what kind of son the action star is. "The greatest that there is," she said.

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    Movie and television star Chuck Norris could do anything he wants back in the 1990s (and probably still can). In this special News 9 Flashback, former News 9 reporter Randy Renner talks to Chuck and his mother, Wilma Norris Knight. Norris was born in Ryan, Okla., and grew up in the town of Wilson. In Dallas, on the set of Norris' hit TV show, "Walker, Texas Ranger," Renner asked Wilma what kind of son the action star is. "The greatest that there is," she said.

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  • News 9 Flashback: Oklahoma City Lines Up For "Return Of The Jedi" In 1983

    News 9 Flashback: Oklahoma City Lines Up For "Return Of The Jedi" In 1983

    We have an extra special News 9 Flashback story for you on Star Wars Day. That's 'May The Fourth,' if you're not aware. This one takes us back to 1983 and the opening of "Return of the Jedi" here in Oklahoma City.

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    We have an extra special News 9 Flashback story for you on Star Wars Day. That's 'May The Fourth,' if you're not aware. This one takes us back to 1983 and the opening of "Return of the Jedi" here in Oklahoma City.

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  • News 9 Flashback: Bridge Creek Seniors Graduate Days After May 3, 1999, Tornado

    News 9 Flashback: Bridge Creek Seniors Graduate Days After May 3, 1999, Tornado

    It was supposed to be the best time of their lives, but the May 3, 1999, tornado wiped out the last few weeks of the school year for Bridge Creek High School seniors. Former News 9 reporter Kym Koch had the story, and we're re-posting it as a News 9 Flashback story.

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    It was supposed to be the best time of their lives, but the May 3, 1999, tornado wiped out the last few weeks of the school year for Bridge Creek High School seniors. Former News 9 reporter Kym Koch had the story, and we're re-posting it as a News 9 Flashback story.

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  • News 9 Flashback: Yukon Class Of 1991 Celebrates Graduation Without Drugs, Alcohol

    News 9 Flashback: Yukon Class Of 1991 Celebrates Graduation Without Drugs, Alcohol

    In this edition of News 9 Flashback, we're looking back on some special graduations across the Sooner State. Let's start with 1991 and the graduating class at Yukon High School, featured on News 9 because of a special after-graduation celebration -- one without drugs or alcohol.

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    In this edition of News 9 Flashback, we're looking back on some special graduations across the Sooner State. Let's start with 1991 and the graduating class at Yukon High School, featured on News 9 because of a special after-graduation celebration -- one without drugs or alcohol.

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  • News 9 Flashback: First Lady Barbara Bush Visits Oklahoma City

    News 9 Flashback: First Lady Barbara Bush Visits Oklahoma City

    In this News 9 Flashback video, former First Lady Barbara Bush visited Oklahoma City on March 25, 1992. Former News 9 reporter Deborah Lauren has the story. ** Her Oklahoma visit that day took her to the Community Literacy Center, a site of her favorite project.

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    In this News 9 Flashback video, former First Lady Barbara Bush visited Oklahoma City on March 25, 1992. Former News 9 reporter Deborah Lauren has the story. ** Her Oklahoma visit that day took her to the Community Literacy Center, a site of her favorite project.

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  • News 9 Flashback: Remembering David Boren's 1st Day As OU President

    News 9 Flashback: Remembering David Boren's 1st Day As OU President

    As the University of Oklahoma celebrates the end of David Boren's storied tenure as university president, we look back at its beginning in 1994.

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    As the University of Oklahoma celebrates the end of David Boren's storied tenure as university president, we look back at its beginning in 1994.

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  • News9 Flashback: A Possible Teacher Walkout Has Roots In State's 1992 Decision

    News9 Flashback: A Possible Teacher Walkout Has Roots In State's 1992 Decision

    As teachers inch closer to a walkout on April 2, it's worth looking back at the state question that ultimately made it very difficult, if not impossible, for Oklahoma legislators to pass legislation that would raise revenue. It was State Question 640, which was approved by Oklahomans in 1992 and severely limits the Legislature's ability to raise taxes. "Any tax increase that passed the House and Senate with less than a 3/4 majority would have to go to a vote of the people durin...

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    As teachers inch closer to a walkout on April 2, it's worth looking back at the state question that ultimately made it very difficult, if not impossible, for Oklahoma legislators to pass legislation that would raise revenue. It was State Question 640, which was approved by Oklahomans in 1992 and severely limits the Legislature's ability to raise taxes. "Any tax increase that passed the House and Senate with less than a 3/4 majority would have to go to a vote of the people durin...

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  • News 9 Flashback: Gov. Henry Bellmon Tours Schools Ahead Of Teacher Walkout

    News 9 Flashback: Gov. Henry Bellmon Tours Schools Ahead Of Teacher Walkout

    The year was 1990, and the governor was Henry Bellmon -- and this is a News 9 Flashback from former KWTV reporter Russ McCaskey that came before the 1990 teacher walkout. Gov. Henry Bellmon kept a brisk pace as he toured a number of schools, handing out educational awards for academic excellence. On the threat of a walkout, Bellmon still seemed optimistic that a compromise could be reached. "I'm very optimistic. I think we'll get a good reform and funding bill through both the ...

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    The year was 1990, and the governor was Henry Bellmon -- and this is a News 9 Flashback from former KWTV reporter Russ McCaskey that came before the 1990 teacher walkout. Gov. Henry Bellmon kept a brisk pace as he toured a number of schools, handing out educational awards for academic excellence. On the threat of a walkout, Bellmon still seemed optimistic that a compromise could be reached. "I'm very optimistic. I think we'll get a good reform and funding bill through both the ...

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  • Flashback 1990: Oklahoma Teachers, Students Rally For Money At Capitol

    Flashback 1990: Oklahoma Teachers, Students Rally For Money At Capitol

    The year was 1990, but the issues were oh so similar to what Oklahoma is facing today. In the attached reports, KWTV reporter Brett Johnson shares the sights and sounds from a teacher rally at the state Capitol, led by former Oklahoma Education Association President Kyle Dahlem.

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    The year was 1990, but the issues were oh so similar to what Oklahoma is facing today. In the attached reports, KWTV reporter Brett Johnson shares the sights and sounds from a teacher rally at the state Capitol, led by former Oklahoma Education Association President Kyle Dahlem.

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  • News 9 Flashback: Oklahoma Teachers Walked Out To Support Funding In 1990

    News 9 Flashback: Oklahoma Teachers Walked Out To Support Funding In 1990

    They said they were going to do it, and they did. Back in 1990, thousands of Oklahoma school teachers walked out of the classroom and onto the picket line, rallying support for HB1017 to increase funding for education across the Sooner State by $230 million. Teachers marched around the state Capitol for five hours that day. Twenty-eight years ago, Oklahoma ranked 46th in funding for education and 49th in teacher salaries. Almost half the districts statewide complied with the walko...More >>
    They said they were going to do it, and they did. Back in 1990, thousands of Oklahoma school teachers walked out of the classroom and onto the picket line, rallying support for HB1017 to increase funding for education across the Sooner State by $230 million. Teachers marched around the state Capitol for five hours that day. Twenty-eight years ago, Oklahoma ranked 46th in funding for education and 49th in teacher salaries. Almost half the districts statewide complied with the walko...More >>
  • News 9 Flashback: 'Computer Poet' A Hit For Valentine's Day In 1985

    News 9 Flashback: 'Computer Poet' A Hit For Valentine's Day In 1985

    What does a vintage Macintosh computer, former KWTV reporter Gan Matthews and Valentine's Day have in common? They were part of this News 9 Flashback story from Valentine's Day 1985. The story was about a local business promoting customized poems for one sweetheart to give to another. The machine was dubbed the Computer Poet, according to business owner Jodi Moss. Matthews reported that all he needed to do was type in his wife's name, the town where she lived and a couple of adject...More >>
    What does a vintage Macintosh computer, former KWTV reporter Gan Matthews and Valentine's Day have in common? They were part of this News 9 Flashback story from Valentine's Day 1985. The story was about a local business promoting customized poems for one sweetheart to give to another. The machine was dubbed the Computer Poet, according to business owner Jodi Moss. Matthews reported that all he needed to do was type in his wife's name, the town where she lived and a couple of adject...More >>
  • News 9 Flashback: Hall & Oates Race To Oklahoma City (1985)

    News 9 Flashback: Hall & Oates Race To Oklahoma City (1985)

    We'll call it News 9 Flashback, and in Friday's edition, we're going back to 1985 and a nationally publicized MTV contest between Philadelphia bandmates Daryl Hall and John Oates, better known as Hall & Oates. You know them from massive hits such as "Sara Smile," "Rich Girl," Kiss On My List&quo...

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    We'll call it News 9 Flashback, and in Friday's edition, we're going back to 1985 and a nationally publicized MTV contest between Philadelphia bandmates Daryl Hall and John Oates, better known as Hall & Oates.

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