"The holidays create an increased danger when mixing alcohol, house guests and lack of awareness." — Sean Byrne, executive director of PreventionWorkz
By almost any measure the congregation at St. Stephen is small — numbering no more than five people on most Sundays.
Pioneer Telephone will provide a direct line, free of charge, for Oklahoma kids eager to call and speak to Santa toll-free at (866) 92 SANTA, or (866) 927-2682.
In the training, attendees will learn the definitions of sexual coercion and trafficking, who are the perpetrators and the victims, and how to possibly identify and provide services for said victims.
An area woman who pleaded guilty Nov. 2 in Cherokee County District Court received a five-year deferred sentence after authorities arrested her for driving under the influence while her children were in the vehicle.
The Oklahoma Department of Human Services on Tuesday announced the agency will not have to reduce or eliminate service programs for seniors and people with disabilities on Dec. 1 and Jan. 1 as previously planned.
"Once again, I will say, we're very close. I don't think anybody can tell you the date yet, but we are far apart from where we were with LodgeWell." — Jerald Gilbert
WAGONER — Wagoner County Detention Center may be one of the newer such facilities in the state, but that does not mean it is not without major security, efficiency and operational issues.
As concerns mount about climate change, sustainable agricultural practices and environmental impact, many Americans are looking for ways to reduce their consumption of resources.
THE NORTHEASTERN portion of Oklahoma, nicknamed Green Country, is known for its scenic landscapes, vast woodlands, and natural resources. And even though that allure lies within Cherokee County, out-of-town visitors sometimes have to look past the litter and pollution to notice it.
It started a few years ago as a small gesture of goodwill wanting to give back to those less fortunate residents of Muskogee.
The Oklahoma State University police department is asking for the public’s help to identify a man suspected of slashing tires on 15 vehicles over the weekend.
Tello’s album is a collection of bluegrass, rock, country and Americana music, but he said throughout his career he has been in several bands and performed many genres.
A man being held in the Grady County Jail on burglary charges was questioned about a second burglary that he allegedly committed within the same month.
Family or friends of someone who has been drinking and is planning to drive can make sure their loved one gets home safely by calling (800) 222-4357 (AAA-HELP). No questions will be asked.
It is easier than you think to have a happy, healthy Thanksgiving! Here are some simple tips on planning a healthier meal, safe food preparation and storage, as well as adding some fun activities to your day.
Construction and total capital investment cost estimates for the water pipeline from Kaw Lake are expected to be presented to the Enid City Commission in January 2018.
The U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Oklahoma has announced that Joshua Wade Carter, 42, of Stilwell, was sentenced to 35 months imprisonment, and five years of supervised release for failure to register as a sex offender.
NORMAN — Imagine wanting to leave your abusive spouse and learning that the people promising you safe shelter from the abuse tell you not all of your family members will be welcome.
Muskogee Police Department expects to spend up to $825,000 for new patrol cars, a move that will cut in half the average age of the 15-year-old vehicles in its fleet.
The LeFlore family is one long associated with the Choctaw Nation both in Mississippi and Oklahoma. Louis LeFleur, a Frenchman, settled in Mississippi in the late 1700s and married Rebecca, the daughter of the renowned Choctaw warrior Pushmataha. LeFleur was a wealthy trader who fought with Andrew Jackson in the War of 1812 and rose to the rank of major in the militia.
McAlester Public Schools Superintendent Randy Hughes has asked the McAlester City Council to help in the school district’s quest to build a new Early Childhood Center by agreeing to a proposed city sales tax extension to help pay for it. Now, he’s waiting for an answer.