OKLAHOMA CITY – The coronavirus pandemic has even healthcare professionals anxious, leaving one Comanche County family wondering how the term “emergency” is defined. Heather Murr of Chattanooga said that about 11 a.m. March 25, while she was in her kitchen, she turned her back to her toddler…
A roundup of some of the most popular but completely untrue stories and visuals of the week. None of these are legit, even though they were shared widely on social media. The Associated Press checked them out. Here are the facts: CLAIM: Nancy Pelosisnuck $25 million worth of pay raises for…
Recently several earthquakes have been recorded throughout Oklahoma. The Oklahoma State Geological Society reported a quake in Woodward County that measured 1.1 magnitude. Other tremors were recorded in Payne, Major, Logan and Woodward counties ranging in strength from 0.9 to 1.7 magnitude. The…
The Petroleum Alliance of Oklahoma is supporting Oklahoma Gov. Kev- in Stitt decision shutting down non-essential businesses in counties with confirmed COVID-19 cases. “The Petroleum Alliance of Oklahoma recognizes the governor did not take this action lightly, and we thank him for his…
DETROIT (AP) – President Donald Trump issued an order Friday that seeks to force General Motors to produce ventilators for coronavirus patients under the Defense Production Act. Trump said negotiations with General Motors had been productive, “but our fight against the virus is too urgent to allow…
OKLAHOMA CITY – Public Service Co. of Oklahoma has temporarily suspended all disconnections for unpaid bills. “PSO has temporarily suspended disconnection of service to provide customers with short-term relief so they can focus on staying healthy,” said Peggy Simmons, the utility company’s…
ALTUS AIR FORCE BASE – The 97th Air Mobility Wing large formation training event scheduled for April 10 has been postponed. “We will monitor the situation with COVID-19 and, in conjunction with the local health officials, our own, and CDC guidelines, decide on another date to host the large…
FORT SILL – The Army post is conducting a 12-day “Health and Safety Standdown” that minimizes the workforce to just essential personnel, in an effort to protect military personnel and the public during the coronavirus health crisis. The stand-down started March 26 and continues through April 6,…
FORT SILL – Reynolds Army Health Clinic (RAHC) is implementing several changes in an effort to limit the spread of coronavirus to Soldiers, family members, retirees, and dedicated employees. The east entrance continues to be the only one available for patients and visitors, because of enhanced…
Amid the Coronavirus pandemic sweeping the nation, the retail giant Big Lots is temporarily hiking employee salaries by $2 per hour and providing workers with other incentives. In addition to the pay hike, the company is: • Extending bonuses for eligible store leaders • Offering expanded store…
Chickasha city officials Friday issued a press release reminding restaurants of Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt’s executive order preventing them from “offering patio or outdoor on-premise dining.” According to the press release, Oklahoma counties with confirmed cases of COVID-19 are limited to…
OKLAHOMA CITY – The coronavirus pandemic has even healthcare professionals anxious, leaving one…
FORT SILL – The Army post is conducting a 12-day “Health and Safety Stand-down” that minimizes the…
OKLAHOMA CITY – In less than a month, the number of people at Fort Sill in quarantine as a safety…
OKLAHOMA CITY — One week ago, seven Soldiers at Fort Sill were in self-quarantine.

A roundup of some of the most popular but completely untrue stories and visuals of the week. None of these are legit, even though they were shared widely on social media. The Associated Press checked them out. Here are the facts:

Recently several earthquakes have been recorded throughout Oklahoma.

The Petroleum Alliance of Oklahoma is supporting Oklahoma Gov. Kev- in Stitt decision shutting down non-essential businesses in counties with confirmed COVID-19 cases.

Sitting in the back of an Oklahoma Highway Patrol cruiser on New Year’s Eve 2012, Jeff Elbert had nowhere to look except up.

Homeless at the time, he had just been arrested for driving under the influence.

When he picked up a camera at 6 years of age, photography quickly piqued the interest of a young Chris Martin, photographer at chrisMARTIN.tv.

Taking the chamber in a new direction may be a challenge, but President and CEO Cassandra Ersland enjoys seeing progress around her hometown.

Times of crisis require broad thinking, bold leadership and more often than not require those in power to make decisions that are controversial.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that gatherings of 50 or more be canceled for eight weeks. It would be negligent to not consider our schools at this time.

OKLAHOMA CITY – State Rep. Jason Lowe (D-OKC) released the following statement in response to the passage of House Joint Resolution 1027: