On Tuesday the trial will begin in the case of a Woodward County man who allegedly shot his wife in the head Aug. 14, 2015 at their home in far northeastern Woodward County.
To give senior citizens the information they need to protect themselves from scammers, a Senior Fraud Conference was held at Go Ye Village Wednesday.
If treason is a nearly impossible accusation to make stick, a label of loyalty or disloyalty is easier to apply.
There are allegations that Trump demands strict loyalty from all in his administration. But Americans hear public officials and military personnel swear a loyalty to the Constitution: to uphold and defend it.
A Muskogee man was jailed Monday on numerous complaints after police allegedly found drugs, weapons and child pornography inside a home targeted by a search warrant.
Senate Republicans are in the midst of a complicated effort to repeal at least portions of the Affordable Care Act, agreeing to debate a health care bill by the slimmest of margins Tuesday.
ENID, Okla. — Garfield County Sheriff Jerry Niles was back at work Wednesday following the unsealing of indictments Tuesday afternoon that charged six people — including Niles — with felony second-degree manslaughter in the death of an inmate at the county jail last year.
MOORE — Those gathered for a Moore Public Schools Board of Education meeting on Tuesday caught a glimpse of a three-and-a-half year legal battle.
So far, it’s taken almost six months, eight hours a day, five days week to get to the home stretch of a project for patrons at the Duncan Senior Citizens Center.
Since the election of Donald Trump to the presidency, it seems the U.S. electorate is transitioning from hyperpartisan to superhyper.
In the heated climate, a couple of words have been tossed about - "treason" and "loyalty." The t-word is bandied about by some of the left, while some on the right speak of loyalty, particularly to the Republican Party.
Meals on wheels has become a popular business model, as cities across the country are seeing more food trucks and temporary vendors fill their streets.
Tahlequah hasn't completely caught on, but a few people in town are trying their best to make their mobile food spots successful.
Anyone who has driven through Haskell, ended up with a traffic citation, and have failed to pay — resulting with more fines and possibly a warrant — could be afforded amnesty for any outstanding balance.
NORMAN — The Oklahoma Highway Patrol confirmed Tuesday morning that Lt. Heath Meyer died from the injuries he sustained in a July 14 wreck stemming from a high-speed chase.
NORMAN — When Natsuko Oshima went to city hall Monday to attend Norman’s human rights commission meeting, she was looking to get extra credit for class, but as she listened to the commission discuss ways to make Norman a more inclusive and welcoming community, she was pleasantly surprised.
Local artist Susan Frech-Sims recently won third place in the International Artist Magazine landscape competition. She entered a piece titled Home, a painting based on a photo she took on Hanks Trail on the way to her mother's house.
Last Friday as the day turned to dusk, the parking lot of Duncan Regional Hospital filled with over 100 runners who were there to participate in the She is Safe Run to the Dark 5k. The purpose of this annual event, now in its fifth season, is to raise money and awareness for the She is Safe organization.
The Stephens County Jail has been put on a 60-day notice by the Oklahoma State Board of Heath. Penalties will vary on a case-by-case basis, but the jail hasn’t been in compliance for quite some time, and according to Stephens County Sheriff’s office personnel, the tone of the letters has changed.
An Oklahoma Medical Examiner's Office report lists the manner of death for an infant boy found in a dumpster in April as homicide and the cause as methamphetamine toxicity.
An attempted first-degree burglary charge has been filed against a McAlester man who police say was shot in the chest by a Vietnam veteran during an attempted break-in at his residence on South Third Street.
"The way I looked at it, the Lord allowed me to do what I wanted to do, and now it was time for me to do what he wanted me to do." — Maj. John Edmonds
At the midway point of summer, Cherokee County's rivers, creeks and lakes are seeing the usual amount of guests, keeping float operators and marinas as busy as ever.
Despite the recent outpouring of public assistance, a homeless woman remains living under a bridge — halfway between the homeless shelter and the jail, both literally and figuratively.
NORMAN — Boot camp transforms new military recruits into soldiers. When they return as veterans, the Warrior-Scholar Project helps prospective college students reshape their minds to prepare for a completely different challenge.
Anyone who can identify the man shown in a still from the courthouse surveillance video is asked to contact Garfield County Sheriff's Office at (580) 237-0244.
Allegations that they beat their nine-year old child and allowed him to smoke marijuana landed a Rogers County couple in the county jail.
When the Louisiana Purchase was completed by Thomas Jefferson in 1803, the acquisition of millions of acres of sparsely-occupied land opened up many possibilities. Jefferson and other government officials believed that the United States would not need this land for many generations.
NORMAN — Food and shelter are basic necessities for human survival, but in Norman nearly 200 people are chronically homeless and between 2,500 and 3,000 are precariously housed, all of them scrambling to meet basic needs on a daily basis.
NORMAN — A biologist at the University of Oklahoma, on Sunday Vonciel Harmon was just another volunteer pushing a wheelbarrow full of gravel through Eastwood Park.
Exasperation about the maintenance and division of duties at Love-Hatbox Sports Complex resurfaced during the discussion of management fees assessed by a third-party management company.
City councilors will revisit on Monday a proposal to extend for six months a contract with a consultant who reportedly has been working with investors who plan to invest nearly $6 million in downtown Muskogee.
Thanks to the generosity of a World War II veteran and prisoner of war, plus a little luck, construction is expected to begin next year on a new terminal for Enid Woodring Regional Airport.
In this week’s episode, Tim Ahrens and Jimmy Gillispie discus news from Disney’s D23 Expo and preview Dunkirk. Jordan Bishop reviews War for the Planet of the Apes.