A new plan to start giving inmates a reason for parole denials is being heralded as a major step forward in the state’s continued bid for criminal justice reform.
The East Central University Jazz Band, under the direction of Kirk Palmer, will perform its first concert of the school year at 7:30 p.m. Monday.
Have you ever tried to read a book with your eyes closed? That is how you might be tempted to read two of Kent Nerburn’s classics, “Neither Wolf nor Dog, On Forgotten Roads with an Indian Elder”
The Ada Jobs Foundation is offering a new program called the Startup Ada Boot Camp.
The Ada High School class of 1979 planted a tree Saturday in Juliana Park.
Edmond audiologist, author and researcher Jace Wolfe, Ph.D., was elected chair of the Commission for Rehabilitation Services on Sept. 9.
When it comes to baking, I like to keep it simple, preferring presentations that are not too fussy, but fresh and light. This especially applies to cake.
Sulphur banker and former Oklahoma state Rep. Wes Hilliard was elected vice chair at the first meeting of the Commission for Rehabilitation Services he attended as a new commissioner.
The federal government has recognized same-sex marriage since 2015 and the state of Oklahoma has allowed it since 2014, but relatively few federally-recognized Native American tribes have followed suit.
The wife of a man who was shot and killed Sept. 10 by a woman claiming self-defense has tried to take her own life, according to a sheriff's report.
All law enforcement agencies have policies for dealing with pursuits, and though a chase seems to happen on every episode of TV shows involving cops, not every department handles it the same way.
Citizen scientists will descend on Sequoyah State Park Oct. 4-6 for the annual BioBlitz Oklahoma, a 24-hour biodiversity survey.
The Sept. 4 shooting of a man by a Muskogee police officer was justified, according to a release from Muskogee County District Attorney Orvil Loge.
Rougher spirit spread across downtown Tuesday night as schools and organizations joined the Muskogee High School homecoming parade.
Three defendants charged in a Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) case are scheduled to make court appearances at 10 a.m. today in Special District Judge Michael Tupper's Cleveland County courtroom.
McALESTER, Okla. -- The teen waitress at a pizza restaurant who boasted to a co-worker and friends about her new AK-47 rifle was arrested Monday for what police said was threatening to “shoot 400 people for fun” at the high school.
BUFFALO, N. Y. – A federal grand jury is investigating possible corruption at the Western Regional Off Track Betting Corp.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Johnson & Johnson's appeal of the $572.1 million verdict for its role in Oklahoma's opioid crisis will assert the trial judge wrongly applied the state's public nuisance law.
NORMAN, OKLA. — A New Jersey-based pharmaceutical company caused an Oklahoma opioid crisis that led to thousands of deaths, and must pay $572.1 million to fix it, a Cleveland County, Oklahoma, district judge ruled Monday.
CLEBURNE, Tex. – A 35-year-old Texan wanted for the sexual assault of two small children pulled into the sheriff’s parking lot here Wednesday afternoon, then fatally shot himself in the head as deputies approached to arrest him.
BETHEL, N.Y. – The Beatles were not here 50 years ago when more than 400,000 people crowded shoulder-to-shoulder over acres of farm land to listen to rock ‘n’ roll music and define a cultural happening known as Woodstock.
ASHLAND, Ky. -- Boyd County and its insurance carrier have reached a $1.75 million civil settlement with the estate of an inmate who state prosecutors said died at the county jail of internal bleeding from blunt force trauma caused by corrections officers.
LONDONDERRY, N.H. – Police pulled over a New Hampshire driver with an air conditioner jutting from his car’s rear right window and the generator powering it atop the roof -- but not for the reason you might think.
This Week's Circulars
ADA [ndash] Memorial services for Carolyn Yvonne Hudson, 71, of Ada are at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Church of God of Prophecy, Ada. The Rev. Kendell Martin will officiate. Mrs. Hudson passed away Monday, Sept. 16, 2019, at an Ardmore hospital. She was born Oct. 21, 1947, in Ada to Eula Bell Wr…
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