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“I felt like God had forsaken me,” Oklahoma man freed from prison after convicted of rape speaks out
ADA, Okla. – “I’m healthy, I’m strong, I’m free,” said Perry Lott, a now free man after spending more than 30 years in prison for rape.
Salvation Army Ada launches energy fundraiser
The month of July has been declared Home Energy Aid Month in the state of Oklahoma. During this month, all across Oklahoma, local residents and businesses are encouraged to join The Salvation Army and its partners, Oklahoma Gas & Electric; Oklahoma Natural Gas, a division of ONE Gas; and Public Serv
Student Trade Market Gives Community Chance to Support Young Entrepreneurs
Open to the community 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Thursday, July 19, at the Chickasaw Nation Community Center, 700 N. Mississippi Ave, it will be a competition for participants.
Man convicted of rape released from prison 30 years later shares his story
"I felt like a new born baby that has full knowledge of the world, that has full knowledge of his environment," Lott said.
Alzheimer's disease: A growing concern for many
Alzheimer’s disease is an irreversible, progressive brain disease that slowly destroys brain cells linked to memory and thinking skills. It also affects one’s personality, gait, movement, language, mood, attention span and orientation to time.
Ada A's surge past host Bartlesville
The A’s improved to 15-6-1 heading in to the Texas Amateur Baseball Association State Tournament, scheduled for Friday and Saturday in Mineral Wells, Texas. The A’s received a first-round bye and will meet the winner of the Early, Texas, Longhorns and the Dallas Outlaws game at 3 p.m. Saturday in a
Ashe County Represented in International Finals Youth Rodeo
Ashe County was represented by two locals at the 26th annual International Finals Youth Rodeo in Shawnee, Oklahoma. Eli and Mattie Colvard from Crumpler competed for their shot at prizes and youth rodeo glory.Held from July 8th to the 13th, the self-proclaimed “world’s richest youth rodeo” awarded o
Sulphur entrepreneur recognized for small business
SULPHUR, Okla. (KXII) -"This is a problem that everybody has and it's so amazing because it's like a secret that no one ever talks about," Gina Foster said.Meet Gina Foster, the owner and founder of the business named POCKETS."We make mattress pockets," Foster said. "The only sheet guaranteed not to
TS Radio: TnT Tanya TalkS with James Treat: Part 4
Part 4 of: Meet James Treat, as he shares his years fighting the system to uncover Calvin, Oklahoma corruption.
Holidays come early for market
Even before that, specifically on July 21, is Senior Day as the market will honor the seniors coming on that particular day.
Police investigating early morning shooting
OKLAHOMA CITY – Police are searching for the location where a victim was shot.Before one o’clock Sunday morning, officers were called to a 7-11 gas station in north Edmond where a man was found with at least one gun shot wound in the stomach.However, the victim was shot somewhere just outside of Edm
OHP: 18-year-old man drowns in southwest Oklahoma
MANITOU, Okla. (AP) —The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says an 18-year-old man has drowned in Frederick Lake in southwestern Oklahoma.The OHP says D'Antwan Hemphill of Frederick drowned about 6:30 p.m. Friday in the lake in Tillman County about 100 miles southwest of Oklahoma City.AdvertisementAn OHP repo
OHP: 3-year-old child killed in overnight rollover crash on I-35 in Edmond
A 3-year-old child died early Saturday in a single-vehicle, rollover crash on I-35 in Edmond, according to Oklahoma Highway Patrol officials.
Chickasaw Nation company makes Oklahoma State chocolate bars
Gourmet chocolate bars made by Bedré Fine Chocolate are wrapped in packaging that bear OSU's logo and orange and black colors. They're sold at Bedré's retail store in Davis, about 70 miles (113 kilometers) southeast of Oklahoma City, online at Bedré's website and are available to wholesalers for dis
New Konawa coach Dusty Newberry
Dusty Newberry is the new head football coach at Konawa High School. Newberry is shown above coaching the Coalgate Wildcats during the 2013 season in this Ada News file photo.
2nd fatality in Roosevelt Bridge crash identified as Kingston woman
That semi crashed through the guardrail and then plunged into Lake Texoma. It took authorities several days to bring that truck to the surface and free the body of the driver, 54-year-old John Bosh of Oakwood, Texas.
Worden's Blaine Buchanan finishes fifth at International Finals Youth Rodeo
Gavin Soileau of Louisiana, who also split first place in the final round, won the average with 13.9 seconds on three runs.
Woman dies after being hit by vehicle on I-240 in southwest OKC
According to police, the crash was reported on eastbound I-240 at Pennsylvania Avenue. The woman was walking in the middle of the road when she was hit by an SUV, police said.
Post 218 Seniors End Pool Play With Win Over Ada Braves
Post 218 (29-3) finished Blue Springs Wood Bat Tournament Pool C action undefeated by topping the Ada, Okla., Post 72 Braves, 6-2.
New provost brings excitement, vision to ECU
“So many people ask me, ‘Why Ada?’” Linder said. “I felt very at home here. Even after a day and a half during my on-campus interview, I knew this is a place I could be happy – at the university and in the community.”