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District Attorney won't retry former Oklahoma State University basketball player
Former Oklahoma State University basketball player Darrell WIlliams will not be retried on two counts of rape by instrumentation and a count of sexual battery.
Watonga to get Wal-Mart Express
The nearly 12,000-square-foot store will be located on Oklahoma 8.Thomas Ellison, building inspector and light and water foreman, said the store will sell groceries and some household goods, like cleaning supplies. He said there also will be a pharmacy, check cashing services and gas pumps.
Assault suspect loses college baseball scholarship
The investigation into an alleged sexual assault at a alcohol-fueled post-prom party in Georgia has led to at least one suspect losing a college baseball scholarship.
Oklahoma man accused of plotting to poison pregnant girlfriend with ricin
Preston H. Rhoads, who was charged in April with two counts of solicitation of murder and two counts of attempting to kill another person, is accused of producing the deadly poison ricin and asking a former co-worker to help poison his girlfriend, Shanisty Whittington.
Suspect in Vegas rampage lived in Indiana
Jerad Miller, who, along with his wife, killed two Las Vegas police officers and a bystander in a shooting spree Sunday, briefly lived in Indiana in the early 2000s. Miller and his wife, Amanda, have been identified as the couple who shot two policemen at a Cici's Pizza and a third man at a Wal-Mart before killing themselves.
Cowboy's galloping tirade helps nobody
Steve Coburn's angry outburst after his horse finished fourth at last weekend's Belmont Stakes was the colorful, albeit unproductive, consolation prize to seeing an historic coronation.
Stillwater band seeks fame in VH1 contest in New York City
The One Seven Four will be participating in a series of challenges against 24 other bands, which will occur over 24 hours throughout New York City. The live streaming, uncensored event will start at 7 p.m. Wednesday at makeabandfamous.vh1.com.
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Backstreet Boys transforming into real band
After the 21 years together, the Backstreet Boys still haven’t shaken the label of ‘boy band.’ Despite the fact they have kids, bills and a sorted past, most of America still sees them as the kids that burst onto the scene in 1995.
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