Letters to the Editor Bill G. Liebegott
citizens had the opportunity to witness the heroic actions of
firefighters battling fast-spreading brush fires across the eastern part
of Oklahoma County.
The Oklahoma County Jail wins national accreditation, but other challenges remain.
News Clifton Adcock
The Oklahoma County Jail has received national accreditation for jail
operation from the American Correctional Association, but the
beleaguered facility still faces issues with the U.S. Department of
Nearly 500 pounds of marijuana is confiscated during a traffic stop in south OKC.
News Gazette staff
A traffic stop yesterday in southwest Oklahoma City netted nearly 500 pounds of marijuana and the arrest of two people. The Central Oklahoma Metro Interdiction Team (COMIT) stopped the speeding Chevy pickup truck around 4 p.m. on S.W. 25th Street near S. May Avenue.