A man who allegedly threatened to kill his neighbor by slitting his throat was arrested early Tuesday.
ENID, Okla. — Officials at Vance Air Force Base are advising the public to keep recreational drones away from training aircraft after a near-miss between a drone and a Vance aircraft on a training flight last week.
While officials with the parent company of Cinema 10 theater and those with Arrowhead Mall were mum on circumstances surrounding the theater’s closing this week, it was apparent Tuesday there are no plans for any blockbuster movies to be shown again there anytime soon.
State leaders of the NAACP plan to request a federal investigation and emergency monitoring at the town of Warner in response to racially charged comments allegedly made by two former employees.
A suspect in a Wagoner County armed home invasion captured on video last week was arrested and is being held on $100,000 bond Tuesday afternoon by Wagoner County Sheriff Chris Elliott and investigators.
STILLWATER – A 37-year-old Agra man is currently in Payne County Jail facing charges in four felony cases – two of which came from allegedly fighting Payne County Jail staff, and the other from breaking a camera in his cell.
Oklahoma athletic director Joe Castiglione will join the College Football Playoff selection committee, according to ESPN’s Heather Dinich.
Miracle Springs, North Carolina is a cozy town where hardly anything sinister ever happens. That is until businessman Neil Parrish is found dead. Secrets, shady real estate deals, and more dead bodies turn up in the first of Ellery Adams’ new mystery series, “The Secret, Book and Scone Society” (Kensington Books, 2017).
The Spring Creek Coalition gathered in the Peggs Community Center to elect officers and hear from Dan Sullivan, CEO for the Grand River Dam Authority.
The screenings are for children from birth to six years old and will take place by appointment on Feb. 14, 2018, at Rainbow Fleet, 3024 Paseo in Oklahoma City.
Landice Webb said he believed that Martin Luther King Jr. fought not just for the rights of African Americans, but “people of all sexualities, colors and genders.”
An 11-year-old Stillwater girl was critically injured Sunday after being struck by a car near the 900 block of West Brown Street. According to Stillwater Police, Anna Marie Davis, died from her injuries at 10:32 a.m. Monday at OU Children’s hospital in Oklahoma City.
Science fiction and comic book fans of Rogers County need not wait till this spring or summer to get their fix on all things geeky when the Pryor Creek Comic Convention returns to the region this weekend.
NORMAN — Flu season seems like it has hit Oklahoma with more intensity than usual. This season, in the central region of Oklahoma, which includes Cleveland County, there have been 144 hospitalizations and five deaths.
In 1911, a man from Ripley was laid to rest at Oaklawn Cemetery, the oldest such establishment in Tulsa. He arguably didn’t belong there – according to a story in the Dec. 12, 1911, edition of The Tulsa World, “as far as could be ascertained, he had no relatives.”
Voices from different races joined in "Lift Every Voice and Sing" at Friday's Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. program at Jack C. Montgomery VA Medical Center.
WHEN DISCUSSING race relations in America, a common theme is that a divide remains among the population. But while the country as a whole might notice a certain tension on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, many Tahlequah residents don't.
After pleading guilty to first-degree burglary on Jan. 10, a local man was sentenced to 10 years' imprisonment with an 18-month judicial review and credit for time served.
Parents in the Perkins-Tryon school district weren’t taking any chances this week. About half the district’s 400 students were either kept at home or checked out of school Friday because a former student who posted a threatening video on social media had been released from custody, Perkins police chief Bob Ernst said.
U.S. Sen. James Inhofe and a panel including representatives from Oklahoma organizations spoke at KNID's 2018 Agrifest about new legislation directed at wildfire relief.
Oklahoma State University President Burns Hargis provided updates and talked about the school's future during the 2018 Agrifest keynote speech Friday morning.
The attorney for former Pittsburg County Sheriff Joel Kerns filed a motion to remove his client as a defendant in a federal case, in which a Wilburton man seeks $5 million in damages for alleged permanent damage to his genitals suffered while he was an inmate in the Pittsburg County jail.
Moving into 2018, the new chief executive said St. Mary's will face two challenges common to most hospitals in the state: shrinking and uncertain state budgets, and the need to recruit and retain quality physicians and skilled staff.
Picking up a torch once carried by a state lawmaker from Tahlequah, a newly created group wants to take redistricting power from the Oklahoma Legislature.