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NBC Bank in Altus evacuated due to bomb threat
ALTUS, OK (RNN Texoma) - Altus Police tell us NBC Bank in Altus has been evacuated Thursday afternoon due to a bomb threat. The bank is located at 123 W Commerce Street. Police say they are currently investigating the threat.
Three Altus residents taken into custody after short standoff
ALTUS, OK (RNN Texoma) - Altus police found themselves in a short standoff on Tuesday morning while trying to serve a felony arrest warrant in the 600 block of West Walnut. According to police, officers went to the home looking for 37-year-old Paul Salomon who was wanted on multiple Motion to Revoke
Oklahoma’s Lincoln Riley Has A Message For Baker Mayfield
Oklahoma head coach Lincoln Riley had a message for Baker Mayfield following the Cleveland Browns’ big win on Saturday night. The Browns, who remain in NFL Playoffs contention, took down the Denver Broncos on the road to improve to 6-7-1 on the season.
Orange Bowl 2018: Latest Odds and Predictions for Alabama vs. Oklahoma
In order to have an opportunity to play for a second straight national championship, Alabama will first have to beat a fellow conference champion. The unbeaten Crimson Tide, who won the SEC championship, will face the Big 12 champions, Oklahoma, in the Orange Bowl on December 29 at 8 p.m. ET. It is
OSU football: Coach Mike Gundy says most of Oklahoma State's 2019 class should sign on Wednesday
STILLWATER — For the second consecutive December, the Gundycopter is traveling around Oklahoma and Texas. Mike Gundy visited a number of Oklahoma State verbal commits this month. He took the helicopter to see Arygle, Texas, offensive lineman Preston Wilson and Cedar Hill,
Altus Pets of the Week: Aspen, Fable, Highway and Peter
ALTUS, OK (RNN Texoma) - Aspen is an adult male Pointer mix. He is an active dog who needs lots of room to play and someone to be a buddy with. Aspen needs some hands on training to bring out all his potential as a family pet.
Altus couple facing charges in connection with burglary
ALTUS, OK (RNN Texoma) - An Altus couple were arrested Monday in connection with stealing items from Walmart and committing residential burglary. The couple are now facing multiple felony charges.
Earthquake rattles NW Oklahoma
TOGO – A small quake rattled NW Oklahoma late Friday on the Woods-Major County line. A magnitude 3.1 quake was recorded at 9:29 p.m. Friday two miles north of Togo, 35.1 miles east of Woodward and 49.1 miles west of Enid at a depth of about 3.1 miles, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
No injuries in southeastern Oklahoma train derailment
McALESTER, Okla. (AP) - Authorities in southeastern Oklahoma so no injuries were reported following an early-morning train derailment. Officials say a Union Pacific train derailed about 6:30 a.m. Sunday in a rural area north of Kiowa, about 105 miles (314 kilometers) southeast of Oklahoma City.
Oklahoma Family Reunites With Missing Woman
YUKON, Oklahoma - A missing Oklahoma woman is now back home with her parents in Bartlesville. Late Saturday night Hayley Lakey was found in a Yukon neighborhood. The 23-year-old went missing last Monday near a hotel in the metro.
Body found by Oklahoma highway crew is that of missing man
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says a body found by a state Department of Transportation crew is that of a man missing for about a week. The OSBI says the body of 50-year-old Thomas Tisher of Cleveland, Oklahoma, was found Friday along Highway 412 in eastern Pawnee C
UPDATE: Tipton police release details in Friday scare
TIPTON, OK (RNN Texoma) - Tipton police have released more information about a bomb scare which happened on Friday. They say they were called to a residence in the 700 block of E. Main Street for a suspicious device. When they arrived they found a device which they said had the makings of a possible
Altus Salvation Army needs people to adopt children from Angel Tree program
ALTUS, OK (RNN Texoma) - The Altus Salvation Army needs help for its Angel Tree program. As of Wednesday morning, 75 angels remained on the tree in need of being adopted. That means 75 children will have no Christmas this year. The need for generous people have grown this year with an increase of 40
Tipton residents dealing with bomb threat
TIPTON, OK (RNN Texoma) - Tipton Public Schools' Facebook page says they have been dealing with a situation involving some kind of bomb threat on Friday afternoon. Very few details are available at this time, but according to their page, the threat was not at the school but law enforcement requested
Oklahoma attorneys asking employers to change policy on marijuana drug testing
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (RNN Texoma) - Some attorneys in Oklahoma are asking employers across the state to change their standards for drug tests in the wake of medical marijuana's legalization.
Oklahoma woman dies days after tragic truck bed incident
HEAVENER, Okla. – An Oklahoma woman who spent days in the hospital after falling from the bed of a truck has died, officials say. The incident happened on November 19 at approximately 6:30 p.m. on Haw Creek Road near Hodgen, Oklahoma in Le Flore County.
Three people killed in Thursday wrecks along Oklahoma roads
Three people involved in Thursday wrecks along Oklahoma highways have died, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported. About 2:35 p.m. Thursday, George W. Carlton, 67, of Healdton, was driving a pickup on State Highway 76, just south of Healdton. The pickup and a car driven by Flegel were involved in a c
Oklahoma woman facing charges after allegedly leaving teen at rest stop
ROGERS COUNTY, Okla. – An Oklahoma woman is facing charges after police say she left a 17-year-old with autism at a rest stop in Kansas. On Nov. 29, investigators say a 17-year-old boy with autism, who can’t speak, was found at a Kansas rest stop without any identification.
FFA 4-H Friend of the Week: Ally Angelly
BLAIR, OK (RNN Texoma) - Ally Angelly started showing cattle in second grade and since then has taken on a few more hobbies, all of which she’s succeeded in. She says she’s able to do it all with time management skills, something she learned from her Pawpaw.
Altus City Council honors animal advocate
ALTUS, OK (RNN Texoma) - Altus celebrated Alyda Richardson Day on Tuesday. At the Altus City Council meeting on Tuesday, Alyda Richardson was honored and recognized as an “Animal Advocate and Champion.” They also issued a proclamation proclaiming the day as Alyda Richardson Day.