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KGWA Local News Thursday

CV)--A total of 1,684 Oklahomans have tested positive for the coronavirus and the total number of virus-related deaths went up to 80, the Oklahoma State Department of Health reported today. The number of confirmed cases in Garfield County remains at 5. As of today, a total of 415 patients have been hospi...
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KGWA Local News Wednesday

GR)--This qualifies as good news…There were no positive results from drive-through testing held Friday at the Chisholm Trial Expo Center. Health workers conducted 98 tests at the Enid event. The number of confirmed positive tests in Garfield County remains at five. ...
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KGWA Local News Tuesday

DU)--Enid Mayor George Pankonin signed an updated emergency declaration today. Amendments to the declaration are underlined in the document with a synopsis below:   ...
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KGWA Local News Monday

DL)--Enid Public Schools began distance learning classes today. EPS has established a Distance Learning Hub for parents/guardians and students. The site's homepage, https://www.enidpublicschools.org/266650_2...
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KGWA Local News Friday

  RB)--I begin today with an item close to home…The Williams Media Group and Hammer Williams Company team is mourning the loss of a friend and colleague. 53 year-old Randy Byrum of Ponca City was killed in a crash on US 81 north of Pond Creek Thursday morning. No one else was...
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KGWA Local News Thursday

  LT)--The Garfield County Health Department will host a drive-through testing clinic 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Friday at Chisholm Trail Expo Center, 111 W. Purdue. Supplies are limited and tests will focus on individuals at highest risk. In order to be tested you must be 18 years&...
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KGWA Local News Wednesday

  CV)--Two more cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Garfield County, as the number of positive tests in the state rose to 719, with 30 deaths, according to the state health department on Wednesday. Garfield County and Texas County in the Panhandle, are the only Northwestern Oklahoma co...
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KGWA Local News Tuesday

CV)--Six more deaths related to COVID-19 and 84 new cases of the virus have been recorded in Oklahoma, according to the Oklahoma State Department of Health update Tuesday morning. The number of positive tests officially recorded remains at two in Garfield County, one of whom still is a patient at St. Mar...
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KGWA Local News Monday

  CV)--The number of cases of COVID-19 in Garfield County remained at 2 Monday as the numbers in the state increased by 52 to 481 with another death announced in Cleveland County. The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported Sunday morning that two people had tested positive for COVID-...
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KGWA Local News Friday

  GP)--Enid Mayor George Pankonin today signed an amended emergency declaration mirroring Governor Stitt’s executive order in order to minimize the spread of COVID-19.   ...
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KGWA Local News Thursday

  VN)--In an effort to prevent further spread of coronavirus on military installations, Vance Air Force Base joined all other U.S. Air Force and Department of Defense bases in elevating its Health Protection Condition (HPCON) on Thursday. The move was made in accordance with an order from ...
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KGWA Local News Wednesday

  CV)--The death toll and the number of COVID-19 cases continue to climb in Oklahoma, as five people have now died after contracting the virus, according to Wednesday figures released by Oklahoma State Department of Health. The number of cases increased from 106 on Tuesday to 164 on Wednes...
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KGWA Local News Tuesday

  GS)--Gov. Kevin Stitt on Tuesday announced further restrictions to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus in Oklahoma. Stitt issued a “safer at home” order for vulnerable Oklahomans to stay at home until April 30, except for essential travels, such as goin...
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KGWA Local News Monday

  IR)--Seeking information about the coronavirus pandemic? Information is available from federal, state and local resources. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has comprehensive information on its website at cdc.gov/coronavirus. ...
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KGWA Local News Thursday

  IR)--Seeking information about the coronavirus pandemic? Information is available from federal, state and local resources. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has comprehensive information on its website at cdc.gov/coronavirus.   ...
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KGWA Local News Wednesday

IR)--Seeking information about the coronavirus pandemic? Information is available from federal, state and local resources. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has comprehensive information on its website at cdc.gov/coronavirus. ...
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KGWA Local News Tuesday

  IR)--Seeking information about the coronavirus pandemic? Information is available from federal, state and local resources. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has comprehensive information on its website at cdc.gov/coronavirus. ...
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KGWA Local News Monday

  SC)—Schools across the state will be closed until April 6. The State Board of Education is held an emergency meeting this afternoon to discuss action concerning the coronavirus (COVID-19). State Superintendent Joy Hofmeister said state education officials will continue to monitor t...
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KGWA Local News Friday

  VG)--St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center officials this afternoon announced revision of its visitors’ guidelines. “For the protection of our patients and staff, we have restricted visiting hours to 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. and will screen all visitors upon entering the facility...
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KGWA Local News Thursday

  CV)--The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association has postponed the state basketball tournaments indefinitely. Games were scheduled to take place in classes 2A-6A at multiple sites in Oklahoma City and Tulsa. This is the latest development in Oklahoma as high school, college and ...
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KGWA Local News Wednesday

  SP)—Additional travel and public gathering restrictions may be announced after the World Health Organization announced the coronavirus crisis a pandemic. Locally, Enid Public Schools is working with county and state health officials to plan for a possible coronavirus outbreak. In a...
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KGWA Local News Tuesday

  CV)--The Oklahoma Health Department has confirmed there is now two cases of COVID-19 in Tulsa County. Officials said the patient is a woman in her 20's who tested positive for the virus in Tulsa. The Health Department says her results are being sent to the CDC for final tes...
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KGWA Local News Monday

  DH)--The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to review a lower court ruling against former Enid resident Daniel Holtzclaw. Holtzclaw was an Oklahoma City Police officer when he was arrested in 2014 after a woman came forward to police officials and said he sexually assaulted her during a tra...
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KGWA Local News Friday

  CV)--The state of Oklahoma now has a confirmed case of the COVID-19 coronavirus, Gov. Kevin Stitt and health officials announced today during a news conference in Tulsa County. The case was reported in Tulsa County, and the patient is a man in his 50s who recently traveled to Ital...
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KGWA Local News Friday

  CV)--The state of Oklahoma now has a confirmed case of the COVID-19 coronavirus, Gov. Kevin Stitt and health officials announced today during a news conference in Tulsa County. The case was reported in Tulsa County, and the patient is a man in his 50s who recently traveled to Italy. The ...
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KGWA Local News Thursday

  CV)--Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt, alongside experts with the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH), today updated the status of the coronavirus in Oklahoma reporting there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state. Oklahoma has submitted specimens for seven people, five of t...
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KGWA Local News Wednesday

  ST)--Voters in Garfield County and the rest of Northwest Oklahoma went along with the majority of the state in the Super Tuesday presidential primary. Garfield County Democrats favored former Vice President Joe Biden, while Republicans went for President Donald Trump. Both men won the st...
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KGWA Local News Tuesday

EV)—Polls will be open until 7:00 tonight statewide for the Presidential Preferential Primary. All registered Republicans, Democrats and Independents are eligible to vote. Voters in 14 states and one US territory will cast ballots on “Super Tuesday”. Michael Frisbie, Garfield County Ele...
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KGWA Local News Tuesday

  EV)—Polls will be open until 7:00 p.m. statewide today for the Presidential Preferential Primary. All registered Republicans, Democrats and Independents are eligible to vote. Voters in 14 states and one US territory will cast ballots on “Super Tuesday”. Michael Frisbie,...
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KGWA Local News Monday

  CV)--What should you do to protect yourself from not only the Corona virus, but the flu? Safety expert Mark Flanagan, from Shield Safety Group, has several tips on avoiding the germs around your office. He says effective hand-washing is one of the best ways to stop the spread of infectio...
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KGWA Local News Friday

  BB)--Police said two females who led officers on a lengthy pursuit Thursday night that ended in a fiery crash were 16- and 17-year olds suspected in a recent rash of vehicle burglaries. Enid Police Department Capt. Tim Jacobi said a number of vehicles were burglarized overnight Wednesday...
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  CV)--Two people are under investigation and have been tested for the coronavirus in Oklahoma, the Oklahoma State Department of Health confirmed to News 9. These are the fourth and fifth people to be tested for the coronavirus in Oklahoma. The health department did not disclose very many ...
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KGWA Local News Wednesday

  PM)—A number of residents were on hand for a town hall meeting Tuesday evening at Convention Hall. During the meeting people shared complaints, concerns and asked questions of the city commission and city staff. The comments included complaints about navigating the city’s cod...
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KGWA Local News Monday

  PM)--Members of the com­­­­­­­munity are being asked to bring their ideas and suggestions on how to improve Enid to a town hall meeting scheduled for Tuesday. The meeting will begin at 6:00 p.m. in the Nick Benson Ballroom in Convention Hall. City officials po...
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KGWA Local News Friday

  MA)--Enid Police Department Thursday arrested a 19-year-old man in connection with a Jan. 31 home invasion and fatal shooting. Damon Robinson was arrested in connection with the fatal shooting of 14-year-old Ezavier Lee Condit. EPD Capt. Tim Jacobi said investigators determined that Robi...
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KGWA Local News Thursday

  SV)—An Enid man was flown to an Oklahoma City hospital Wednesday night after being shot in his apartment by one of three robbery suspects. About 9:00 p.m., Enid Police Department officers responded to a shots fired call in an apartment building in the 1800 block of Mosher Drive. EP...
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KGWA Local News Wednesday

TC)--The question remains unresolved: Did the Oklahoma tribal gaming compacts expire on January 1, or did they automatically renew? After almost three months of wrangling over the question of automatic renewal, three major Indian tribes filed a federal lawsuit. February 14 was the f...
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KGWA Local News Wednesday

BD)--A Lamont woman recently charged with financial neglect by a caretaker reportedly told Enid police she spent about $10,000 of her mother's money, while accruing more than $50,000 in outstanding charges at the nursing home where the 81-year-old stayed. Enid News and Eagle reports 61 year-old Susan Kathleen Starr was charged last week with felony counts of financial neglect by car...
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KGWA Local News Tuesday

BH)--The Enid Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Commission hosted a Black History Month exhibit Monday at Stride Bank Center. The exhibit, "Enharmonic Keys to History," was curated from the collection of local artist Deoral Carr Jr., who has been collecting artifacts related to black history since 1995. After displaying portions of his collection at the annual Martin Luther K...
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