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Topic - John Ryan
Three strikes and you're out for a man who tried to rob a Wichita laundry mat.
The price of downtown Oklahoma City's success as an event destination has turned out to be a long walk for residents.
He often drives by the remnants of the burned house on his commute to work at the Toyota plant in Columbus.
You have to have won a championship to get a signed ball on the shelf above the bar at Cava Restaurant on West Street. If every sports star who visited left signed memorabilia, owner Stavros Papahristou said the restaurant would be full.
A legislative panel has approved a proposal to make it more difficult to change the New Mexico Constitution.
A Crofton woman says she tried using magic to make her lover contact her after he allegedly killed a marijuana-trafficking associate.
"Affecting your building twice within one week is the not the best-case scenario," he wrote. "I have had one resident of your building contact my office concerning (the) closures."
He said the Embrace Our Race campaign behind the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon is an example of an organization that educates those who live and work along the route.