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Fontenot’s attorneys to visit Ada Monday
Attorneys for a man convicted of kidnapping and killing a convenience store clerk will appear in Pontotoc County District Court Monday.
ECU basketball coach turns himself in on suspicion of hit-and-run incident
East Central University women’s basketball coach Kent Wayne Franz turned himself in Tuesday in connection with an alleged hit-and-run by auto that left a woman seriously injured Monday.
Emergency crews rush to save driver
Emergency crews worked furiously to free a man trapped in a demolished tractor-trailer truck Tuesday afternoon.
Woman, dog hit by vehicle; driver flees
An Ada woman and her dog were hit by a vehicle Monday and were reportedly left for dead.
Police: Abuse of infants ‘shocking’
An Ada couple was arrested this week in an alleged child abuse case involving two infants.
Man wanted for alleged kidnapping turns himself in
An Ada man wanted for an alleged kidnapping turned himself in to authorities Tuesday.
Miller pleads guilty to sex charges; sentenced to prison
Former Oklahoma City Thunder announcer Jim Miller pleaded guilty to child sex charges Monday and is on his way to prison.
Two teens charged with first-degree murder
Prosecutors charged two teenagers with first-degree murder Tuesday and another teen with accessory to murder after it occurred in the drive-by shooting death of an Australian man gunned down Friday while jogging in Duncan.
Fire at 728 E. 8th in Ada
Ada Fire Department responded to a house fire at 728 E. 8th in Ada Friday morning, June 28, 2013.
Supreme Court sides with Oklahoma in Red River dispute
The Supreme Court has unanimously rejected Texas’ claim that it has a right under a 30-year-old agreement to cross the border with Oklahoma for water to serve the fast-growing Fort Worth area.
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