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UPDATE: No serious injuries in Norman train vs. truck accident near OU


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UPDATE: Police said no one was seriously injured when a train collided with a truck at about 11 a.m.

According to officers, the driver of the truck was able to get out before the collision near N. Flood Ave. and Lexington St. Norman train vs. truck

NORMAN, Okla. – Crews are checking for injuries after a train hit a car near the University of Oklahoma.

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“We will never forget” Oklahomans gather to remember 19 years after bombing

Our state will pause to remember those who were killed, those who survived and those changed forever on the anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing this weekend.

Oklahomans will never forget the day 19 years ago, April 19, 1995.

Before the anniversary is marked Saturday, volunteers are preparing their own tribute Friday.

Oklahoma Christian University students and staff are posting 168 Oklahoma and U.S. flags on the school’s front lawn.

The “Ralph and Maxine Harvey Field of Flags” is a dual tribute to those affected by the bombing of the Murrah federal building 19 years ago and to those in the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.

Oklahoma Christian is also one of the only sites in the world to have Survivor Trees grown from seeds from the Survivor Tree at the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum.

UPDATE: State Superintendent Barresi responds to “no confidence” petition

UPDATE: Janet Barresi’s campaign is responding to the “no confidence” petition.

The campaign released the following statement:

“The fact that those guarding their own kingdoms are against the state’s leading reform advocate is not a surprise. This same group literally turned their backs on Janet when she first went to speak to them before the 2010 elections.  

These are the same people who opposed Janet in 2010, who constituted the 18% who supported SQ 744 in 2010, who have sued parents for seeking opportunities for their special needs children and who have controlled education in Oklahoma for all but the last three years.

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Run Lizard Creek announces MUD MAYhem race on May 31st.

Run Lizard Creek announces MUD MAYhem race on May 31st.

Run Lizard Creek is having its next race on May 31, 2014. Located in Judsonia, Arkansas, this permanent 8K obstacle challenge course features more than 30 obstacles—including a 60 foot water slide—along a five mile stretch of mud, sweat and adventure. Located on more than 480 beautiful acres, this challenging course and timed race event provides a unique experience for runners and outdoor enthusiasts of all ages. MUD MAYhem promises to be even more adventure-filled with added obstacles and mud inducing challenges.

Man charged with sex crimes after game of truth or dare with 2 teenage girls

MOORE, Okla. – Police say a man sexually assaulted two teenage girls and coaxed them into vulgar sex acts during a game of truth or dare.

The games allegedly took place inside a Moore daycare center that is operated by the suspects family.

Count after count of despicable sex acts are listed under 20-year-old Danny Lee Ray Hilton’s name on court documents.

He was charged after two young girls came forward claiming Hilton encouraged them to play truth or dare with him inside his bedroom, and that bedroom was located inside a home daycare center.

The details of the game Hilton would play with the girls are too graphic to mention, but Hilton’s roommate did not mind talking about her live in friend at all.

“He’s very introverted. All he does is he goes to work for eight hours or however long, works and he comes here, and he plays video games all day long,” she said. “I’m sick of it.”

SOCCER FANATICS: OKC’s FC is inviting you to become a part of soccer history

OKLAHOMA CITY – Have you dreamed about creating something for a professional team?

Would you like to become part of Oklahoma soccer history?

If you answered yes to either of these then Oklahoma FC may have a great opportunity for you!

Oklahoma’s top-tier soccer club, Oklahoma City FC, is inviting soccer fanatics across Oklahoma to be a part of its future by designing its scarf.

Scarves are a tradition among soccer clubs and are typically a team’s most recognizable accessory. Scarves are a matter of pride for hard-core supporters and feature team colors, logo and inspiring slogans. Scarves are a part of a team’s identity.

As Oklahoma City’s team, Oklahoma City FC encourages soccer fans to be an intrinsic part of its identity from the start.