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Jessi Mitchell

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One Moore family is calling an elementary school principal "Hero" after he rescued a special needs student who almost drowned this week. The child with... [Read More]
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Arson investigators now say a Sunday afternoon fire at the former Lantana Apartments on NW 10th Street was intentionally set. [Read More]
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Halloween is fast-approaching, and a local martial arts instructor wants you to prepare your children to defend themselves in case someone tries to abduct them... [Read More]
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Bethany Police are searching for an armed robber who held up two Subway restaurants Saturday. [Read More]
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Oilfield Prayer Day was met with protests Friday morning. A group of concerned citizens gathered outside the Oklahoma Corporation Commission to voice their opinions. [Read More]
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Federal and state cuts to health care in recent years have resulted in the closure of rural hospitals across our state. Now, OU Medical Center... [Read More]
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Norman police just initiated a new Cold Case Unit within the department, and their first move is looking for answers in the 2013 death of... [Read More]
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Another round of special elections is happening this week. In Midwest City, voters will approve or reject a three-quarter cent sales tax increase, which would... [Read More]
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The mass shooting Las Vegas has renewed the debate over gun control. Conservative Rep. Steve Russell (R-Oklahoma) tells News 9 he is not opposed to... [Read More]
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As the investigation continues into the Las Vegas massacre, Oklahoma City's own local trauma center is assessing its preparedness for a mass casualty event. [Read More]
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Following last month's shooting in which an Oklahoma City policeman killed a deaf man, the department is opening up about the less lethal techniques it... [Read More]
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One of the largest arrays of bells in North America is taking to the sky once more. [Read More]
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After Hurricane Maria's devastation in Puerto Rico, Oklahomans are stepping in to help get a vital resource to millions of people in need. [Read More]
For the first time, the family of a deaf man shot by an Oklahoma City officer is speaking out. [Read More]
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The food plant where Alton Nolen brutally murdered a coworker in 2014 just announced it will permanently close Dec. 1, 2017. [Read More]
A group of volunteers treated a local Vietnam veteran and his wife to a major home makeover Thursday. Home Depot employees spent all day transforming... [Read More]
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A Grady County judge has denied bond for the man accused of opening fire on Chickasha officers serving a search warrant at his home last... [Read More]
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The extent of a massive data breach at Equifax is still unfolding, but a local financial advisor says you should not wait to check that... [Read More]
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Crowds gathered in downtown Oklahoma City, Sunday to march and rally in the "Justice for Magdiel Sanchez" demonstration.  09/20/2017: Deaf Community Leaders React To Deadly... [Read More]
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After a deaf man was shot and killed by an Oklahoma City police officer this week, News 9 dug deeper into the non-lethal combat training... [Read More]
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