Police arrested a Joplin man Thursday evening after he allegedly fired a gun at his 24-year-old brother, with children present, and because he was found to have 21 outstanding city warrants, according to a news release from the Joplin Police Department.
Maker Trail combines the worldwide maker movement with the lighter, quicker, cheaper strategy of creative placemaking by providing opportunities to learn, create and discover at numerous stations during First Friday.
An Enid man was bound over for trial Thursday morning on felony murder and assault with a dangerous weapon charges following a preliminary hearing.
The driver of a vehicle that led Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers on a chase on U.S. 69 has been flown to a Tulsa hospital, said Lt. Kera Philippi, OHP spokeswoman.
Muskogee's Historic Preservation Commission asked city officials to consider amending an ordinance in relation to historic properties and set fines for those who fail to go through the correct channels before renovating the exterior of historic homes or buildings.
A decision on the possible demolition of the Main Street structure that once housed the Royal Casket Co. is awaiting an engineer's report on the building's structural soundness and safety.
During a Wednesday morning meet at Norman’s municipal complex, University of Oklahoma athletic director Joe Castiglione confirmed OU’s interest in an approximately 10,000-seat arena as part of a proposed University North Park development plan.
A packed Reynolds Performing Arts Center had an idea of what was coming when University of Oklahoma President David L. Boren walked out to the lectern without an introduction.
ENID, Okla. — Search warrant affidavits filed Monday in an investigation of an ex-mayor and former Enid bank officer show one man's identity was stolen to secure two loans totaling $265,000.
A wreck that led to the death of five college students in Cherokee County has officials pushing to move a planned bridge replacement up as early as possible.
Organizers are hoping local residents turn out to support the event. Anywhere along East Maine, but especially between Grand and Independence and near the NOC Enid campus, would be good places to watch and cheer on the runners.
A legal motion filed by defense attorneys Wednesday resulted in a murder charge being dropped against Garrett Freeman, 21, of Krebs — but jurors convicted him of a related firearms violation.
The World Chess Cup runs from Sept. 2 through Sept. 28. The tournament helps determine who will challenge the reigning World Chess Champion for his crown. As of this week, the semi-finals begin; Wesley So (USA) v. Liren Ding (China) and Levon Aronian (Armenia) v. Maxime Vachier-Lagrave (France).
WAGONER — Community leaders and officials from one of the nation's largest heating and air conditioning manufacturing firms on Tuesday celebrated the kickoff of what both parties hope will be a long relationship.
For nearly 2,000 years, writers have memorialized their love affair with Rome, helping us vicariously experience the Eternal City in travelogues, journals and memoirs. Two easy-to-read memoirs out in paperback are Anthony Doerr’s “Four Seasons in Rome” and Ann Patty’s “Living with a Dead Language.”
NORMAN — More testimony in the first-degree murder case against Alton Nolen continued Tuesday, including the testimony of two Moore Police detectives who documented the crime scene.
Darci Lynne Farmer, the Deer Creek Middle School singing dynamo, has advanced to one of the five finalists on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent.”
A press conference was held concerning the explosion of gunfire at Alex Warren Klingler's residence on Sunday, which injured seven officers.
A shared tragedy brought together students, faculty and staff on the Northeastern State University campus Monday after five students were killed in a crash Sunday night.
The world has become a much larger place thanks to social media and cellular apps. They allow people to stay connected with friends, create an online presence to help market brands or businesses, stay up to date with current events - or just fill up spare time.
Muskogee High School teachers and students began school Monday facing the “devastating loss” of a former student — one who all say was universally liked, always smiling, and always helping others.