STAFF BLOG OIL PATCH DISPATCH N.D. workers return home after Oklahoma tornado
WILLISTON, N.D. -- Pilot Liz Lillard was in Williston on Monday as she watched a live feed of a massive tornado pass over her childrens day care in Moore, Okla.
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Many Oklahoma residents forced to leave their homes because of raging wildfires were allowed to return Sunday, despite some blazes continuing to burn and emergency shelters remaining open in four communities.
LUTHER, Okla. — Several wildfires raging around the parched Oklahoma landscape prompted more evacuations Sunday as emergency workers sought to shelter those forced out by flames that destroyed dozens of homes and threatened others in the drought-stricken region.
By Tim Talley, Associated Press
, August 05, 2012
The lawyer for an Oklahoma man charged in an alleged murder-for-hire scheme in North Dakota quizzed potential jurors Tuesday about the credibility of police and used the Casey Anthony case in Florida as an example of mistaken conclusions.
The suspicious and noisy package that caused evacuations at an Oklahoma City airport Friday contained a bullhorn that played Christmas music, some wiring and part of a cell phone, officials said.
Will Rogers Airport spokeswoman Karen Carney said the wiring and cellphone parts were what alerted security officials when the taped-up cardboard box arrived on an incoming flight from Houston. It was discovered at a baggage claim carousel around 9:15 a.m.
By Kristi Eaton, The Associated Press
, June 04, 2011
When three tornadoes marched toward Oklahoma City and its suburbs, thousands of people in the path benefited from good forecasts, luck and live television to avoid the kind of catastrophe that befell Tuscaloosa, Ala., and Joplin, Mo.
NORMAN, Okla. (AP) — Police were investigating whether drugs had a role in the death Thursday of Oklahoma senior linebacker Austin Box, and a witness told authorities he believed his friend had overdosed.
Authorities didn’t immediately release an official cause of death, and Box’s body was sent to the state Medical Examiner’s office. Box was 22.
“We’re all shocked and heartbroken,” Oklahoma football coach Bob Stoops said in a statement. “Austin was a great young man, a great young man to coach, and a great teammate.”
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