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Rodriguez lawyers seeking video from theater, witnesses
On the night Luis Rodriguez died after an altercation with members of the Moore Police Department, at least two videos of the incident were made. Attorneys for the Rodriguez family released one of them Tuesday and now are waiting for the ...
The woman found dead in Cleveland County jail early Sunday has been identified. Rebekah Reed, 36, was in a cell by herself and found unresponsive at 4:30 a.m. Sunday.
City Council denies zoning change request
Moore — Residents protesting a requested zoning change to allow apartments to be built in an area devastated by the May 20 tornado
Med center strong
Moore Medical’s temporary emergency department has been serving the public for nearly three months now and the community is responding, hospital officials reported.
Help kids make a choice
How in the world do you help your kids decide what college to attend? Neither my husband nor I went to college, and we do not want our kids to go somewhere just because they like the football team.
Program targets uninsured drivers
A pilot program that allows a private company to check motor vehicle tags for the required liability insurance will begin working in Cleveland County after approval Monday.
Family releases phone video
OKLAHOMA CITY — Attornies for the family of Luis Rodriguez held a press conference Tuesday morning in conjunction with the death of
Video released involving death at Warren Theater
Nair Rodriguez’s voice can be heard loud and clear. With five lawmen on top of her husband, Luis, she screamed over and over, “You kill him. You kill him.”
The chilling screams were part of a six-minute cell phone video that was released Tuesday by the attorneys for the family of Luis Rodriguez, who died Feb. 15 after an altercation with three members of the Moore Police Department and two off-duty Oklahoma game wardens working private security at the Warren Theatre in Moore.
Moore Police Chief in full support of officers
During a press conference Tuesday afternoon, Moore Police Department Chief Jerry Stillings said that he is in full support of the t
Sales tax boon strong
Revenue from sales tax continues to be on a strong upward trend and city officials couldn’t be happier. Moore received $2,729,427 i
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