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Cleveland County residents’ newest option for bulk groceries, electronics and prescriptions opens Thursday morning in Moore.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Mayor Breea Clark rolled back capacity restrictions for businesses from 50% to 75% Friday, the City of Norman announced.

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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.

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The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported 1,036 new COVID-19 cases in the state Sunday after a week of testing numbers impacted by winter weather.

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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.

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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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A police chase that started in Norman ended in Moore after the suspect’s vehicle rolled near the bridge on 34th Street on Thursday morning.

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Both propositions in the City of Moore passed with significant support on Tuesday night.

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On Tuesday’s ballot, there are eight state races, a presidential race, eight judicial retention votes, two state questions, two City of Moore propositions and a Little Axe Fire Protection Board race on the ballot. (Editor's note, whether or not a race is on your ballot depends on where you live; not every candidate listed below will show up on every ballot.)

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Approximately 11,700 Norman OG&E customers were without power Wednesday and many more have sustained damage from downed trees and power lines after this week’s ice storm in Cleveland County.

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According to the National Weather Service forecast, Tuesday’s weather is looking no better than Monday’s, with chances of freezing rain mixed with sleet possible by 10 a.m.

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4 p.m.: Norman Public Schools will not hold classes on Tuesday due to the winter weather. 

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NORMAN — Moore Public Schools has reported 221 confirmed cases of COVID-19 among students and staff since the fall semester began, according to a district spokesperson.

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As of Monday, Moore Public Schools has reported 147 total COVID-19 cases since school began in August, according to a district spokesperson.

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MOORE — Moore Public Schools has reported 24 new COVID-19 cases among students and staff since Sept. 7, according to a district spokesperson.

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