Garrett Vaughn, one of the defendants in the January 2020 shooting death of Thomas Poolaw in Moore, was convicted Friday of two charges in connection with the incident.
The National Weather Service has issued a notice for a slight chance of severe storms in Norman and most of Cleveland County Tuesday evening through early Wednesday.
While weather experts say climate change could contribute to weather events like Sunday’s tornado warning and heavy hail — an event generally considered an oddity for October — local meteorologists say the possibility is always there in Oklahoma regardless of time of year.
The Moore Public Schools Foundation, in partnership with Moore Public Schools and its board and Bridges Inc., plan on establishing an initiative to support MPS students who find themselves homeless.
NORMAN — Citing COVID-19 costs, the Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office is asking local governments that use its jail to increase reimbursement costs for detainees by more than a third.
Kenneth Wayne August Jr. of Moore has been handed two assault charges in Cleveland County District Court after allegedly grabbing his wife by the throat and threatening to kill her with a knife.
NORMAN — Max Townsend, who was sentenced to serve three consecutive life sentences for killing three Moore High School students and injuring four more in a hit-and-run, has filed an appeal with the Oklahoma State Court of Criminal Appeals.
For the last two decades, Moore has been defined by its resilience in the face of tragedy, from extreme tornadoes, to the more recent heart wrenching loss of three students last year.
NORMAN — Thursday night following the sentencing of Max Townsend, who killed three Moore High School students, Moore Public Schools Superintendent Robert Romines released a statement mourning the loss of the three students and commending justice being served.
The courtroom fell silent as District Judge Lori Walkley announced that Max Townsend, the man who murdered three Moore High School students last February when he plowed them over with his truck and then left the scene, would spend the rest of his life behind bars.
NORMAN — After the jury delivered a guilty verdict Friday in the Moore hit-and-run case, the mothers of the three students killed in the crash embraced in the halls of the Cleveland County Courthouse in a moment of solidarity.
Emotions were high as the judge read Max Townsend’s guilty verdict Friday night, but no verdict can replace what Townsend took from these families, the loss of their loved ones.
The jury in the Moore hit-and-run trial went into deliberation Friday afternoon to consider a verdict for Max Townsend, who faces up to life in prison.
On the final day of testimony in the Moore hit-and-run trial Thursday, the state took jurors through a reconstruction of the crash and the defense brought its only two witnesses.
NORMAN — After a week of testimony from the state in the Moore hit-and-run trial, prosecutors began wrapping up their case Wednesday, calling multiple investigators who worked the case to the stand.
The state continued its case in the Moore hit-and-run trial early this week, calling witnesses, first responders and coaches to the stand for an emotional two days of testimony.
NORMAN — Jurors and families witnessed, via graphic videos and photos shown Thursday, the impact and immediate aftermath of the hit-and-run collision that left three Moore High School runners dead and three others seriously injured last year.
A coffee shop that focuses on hiring veterans and offers discounts to first responders and veterans opened up its fourth national store in Moore Friday.
Moore Norman Technology Center’s digital cinema and television production and graphic design classes will host the 12th annual Red Carpet Film Festival at 7 p.m. June 1 at the Winchester Drive-In in Oklahoma City.
While the Oklahoma medical marijuana industry has soared to new highs in recent months, a new state bill could limit its continued growth for the foreseeable future.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported a slight spike in COVID-19 cases locally and statewide Saturday, although cases have continued to decrease in recent weeks.
Thirteen months after a tragedy took the lives of three Moore High School cross country students, the school unveiled its symbol of remembrance Wednesday.
After a record-breaking year of revenue for state medical marijuana dispensaries in 2020, the first month of 2021 saw dispensaries continue that trend.
Wednesday marks the one-year anniversary of a tragic hit-and-run incident that claimed the lives of three Moore High School students and injured several more.
Moore Norman Technology Center Small Business Management Coordinator Henry Dumas recently learned that he earned the Master Certified Coach title through the International Coaching Federation, making him the only MCC in Oklahoma.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported three more COVID-19 deaths in Cleveland County on Thursday, including one in Norman.
NORMAN — The Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office and other local agencies arrested six suspects last week during an undercover child sexual predator operation.
Moore Norman Technology Center’s first Basic Peace Officer Academy class graduated Dec. 11 during a socially-distanced ceremony hosted at the South Penn Campus.
The Moore City Council voted Monday night to approve spending of a second round of pandemic-related funds that will be allocated toward community health and housing needs.
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Fran Dunagan, age 83, passed away July 29, 2020. She was born June 6, 2020 in Holdenville, OK. Survived by 6 children; 10 grandchildren; 11 great-great-grandchildren; and 1 brother. For full obituary visit irelandfuneralhome.com. (John Ireland Funeral Home, Moore, OK.)
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