Police in southern New Hampshire are investigating a shooting and subsequent explosion.
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Malaysians wonder 'Why us?' after second loss of airline jet
It was all too familiar. Grieving families rushing to airport. The flashing television graphics of a plane's last radar appearance. The uncomfortable officials before a heavy thicket of microphones.
For many Malaysians, the disappearance of Flight 370 in March has been a long trauma from which the nation has not yet recovered.
Galaxy II end Energy unbeaten run
When Los Angeles Galaxy II beat Oklahoma City Energy FC back in May, the venue, the team sheet and the state of both clubs were different than those on Saturday night. Unfortunately for OKC, the script remains the same.
Howling at the Gates:
The web comic, "Howling at the Gates" begins when mad scientist Hypatia tells her boyfriend Grant that she plans to kidnap Pythagorus with her time machine.
Court rules Oklahoma gay marriage ban unconstitutional for second time
A federal appeals court judge ruled for the second time the state of Oklahoma cannot prevent homosexuals from marrying, and Chickasha native Aron Seymour couldn't be more excited.
Chickasha son's golf legacy lives on locally
The way Orville Moody struck a golf ball marveled players across the professional tour.
Warriors host Chickasha to open 2014 season
The 2014 Chickasha football schedule is out, and once again they start the season off with a formidable task.
Hurley to 'keep things simple' as Verden's new mayor
New Verden Mayor Mike Hurley would love to see the town grow, but he also understands simplicity is a virtue.
Three vehicles involved in crash on 4th St.
Three vehicles were involved in a crash on Wednesday afternoon allegedly caused by a driver under the influence of intoxicants.
Standley Systems demonstrate 3D printing services
If you can dream it, you can print it. Standley Systems, a company based in Chickasha, offers 3D printing services at their 26 E. Main location in Oklahoma City.
Rock thrown from overpass struck wife like 'an explosion'
It felt like an explosion, Randy Budd said. An 8-pound rock the size of a soccer ball propelled from a highway overpass shattered the windshield of the family’s Nissan Rogue in the middle of the night, striking his wife, Sharon, in the face.
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