Weather Aware conditions continue overnight due to the potential for locally heavy rainfall. A Flash Flood Watch is in effect until 7 a.m. for the northernmost portions of Texoma including Atoka, Coal, Johnston, Murray and Pontotoc Counties Beware of flooded road-ways and never drive around barricades or into water more than six inches deep. High rainfall rates may reduce visibility and also increase the risk of hydroplaning. Turn around, don’t drown! Rain ends NW to SE during the day Thursday.
(Washington-AP) -- Attorney General John Ashcroft says an
American who was beheaded in Iraq was investigated for a possible
connection with terrorists, but no link was found.
Nicholas Berg was investigated in 2002 after an e-mail address
traced to him was used by an unidentified person believed to know
Zacarias Moussaoui. Ashcroft said Friday there is no evidence Berg knew Moussaoui or any of Moussaoui's contacts in Oklahoma.
Investigators determined the e-mail address used by Berg apparently was obtained by Moussaoui's acquaintances while Berg was a student at the University of Oklahoma in 1999.
Moussaoui is the former Norman resident who's accused of
conspiracy in the September Eleventh attacks. Moussaoui came to the
U-S in February 2001 and enrolled at a flight school in Norman.