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DA doesn't plan to press charges on Warren Theater death
The Cleveland County District Attorney's office announced early Friday afternoon that no charges will be filed against the police officers involved in the death of Luis Rodriguez on Feb. 15 at the Warren Theater.
FBI seeks suspect in Moore robbery
James E. Finch, special agent in charge of the Oklahoma City Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, announced the robbery of the MidFirst Bank, 1037 S.W. 19th St.
Moore announces utility rate increase
Last week, the City of Moore announced a utility rate increase and encouraged citizens to conserve water.
Lawyer off case
Oklahoma City attorney Michael Brooks-Jimenez confirmed last week that he is no longer representing the family of Luis Rodriguez, who died earlier this year after a clash with members of the Moore Police Department.
Public Safety Center open for business
Under a beautiful morning sky, city officials and supportive community members gathered in the heart of Old Town Moore for the ribb
Sales tax up for year
While Moore and Norman sales tax receipts are up again this month, Purcell is lagging, a likely link to the bridge closure. Fiscal Year 2014 ends June 30 and the June 9 deposits are the final sales tax receipts for the fiscal year.
Governor says federal tornado relief has been good
MIDWEST CITY — Gov. Mary Fallin said the federal government’s response to the Cleveland County tornadoes has been “good.” “It’s bee
One injured after possible explosion
Moore Fire Chief Gary Bird confirmed that one individual was transported by Eagle Med June 13 with burn injuries.
Flapjack fundraiser set
The Apple Gold Group, a franchisee of Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill and Bar, will partner with the varsity pom dance team at Westmo
Cleveland County commissioners approved an agreement Monday afternoon for project funding for the Cleveland County Fairgrounds and Architects in Partnership.
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