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Caddo County Sheriff’s Office investigating string of burglaries
CADDO COUNTY, Okla. – The Caddo County Sheriff’s Office is looking for the suspect involved in a string of burglaries. According to officials, the suspect checked on the doors of vehicles in the Squaretop area Monday morning, and if they were open, would take items inside.
2 Killed When Train Hits Vehicle In Grady County
Two people were killed Friday morning when a train hit a vehicle in Ninnekah, according to the Grady County Fire Department. The incident happened along Peach Street, authorities confirmed.
Anadarko woman arrested for planing imitation bomb at church
ANADARKO, OK (TNN) - An Anadarko woman is facing time behind bars after police say she left what appeared to be a bomb at a church. Authorities say 39-year-old Donna Neconie placed an "imitation bomb" at the front entrance of First Christian Church in Anadarko last month.
Court documents: Oklahoma mother charged after drug use caused premature labor
MUSKOGEE, Okla. – An Oklahoma woman is facing charges of child neglect for actions she took before her children were born. According to the Muskogee Phoenix, 38-year-old Sarah Sinwelski was charged with child neglect after she allegedly caused herself to go into premature labor.
Oklahoma man who made moat around property arrested for stolen items
WAGONER COUNTY, Okla. – An Oklahoma man was arrested after he allegedly built a fort around half of his building. Officials told FOX 23 that deputies had the Vinita property under surveillance for weeks after getting information that Raymond Lane, Jr. had a stockpile of weapons and told people that
Oklahoma Highway Patrol captain indicted, accused of trying to blackmail commissioner
OKLAHOMA CITY — An Oklahoma Highway Patrol captain has been indicted by the multicounty grand jury on a blackmail charge. Capt. Troy D. German was charged Thursday with extorting the commissioner of the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety to gain a promotion or appointment to a state office.
Suspect Admits To Killing Caddo County Man With Crowbar, Court Documents Say
Newly released court documents name Isaiah Whitefox Redbird as the suspect in a Caddo County murder investigation. The crime dates back to September, and because the attack took place on tribal land, the case was turned over to the federal government.
Employees at Oklahoma hospital still waiting for paychecks as legal fight continues
PRAGUE, Okla. – For the third time since December, employees at the Prague Municipal Hospital were not paid Friday. The City of Prague is suing the hospital operator, Empower HMS, over a number of issues. A hearing in federal court is set for Tuesday morning.
Digital driver's licenses could be coming to Oklahoma
TULSA, OK (KJRH) — Phones have the ability to take the place of almost everything in our wallets. You might never leave home without your phone, but your driver's license can easily be forgotten. Governor Stitt says he'd like to see the roll-out of digital driver's licenses in the coming months.
Woman Rescues Oklahoma Dog Born With Two Mouths
A metro dog is blazing the way for other dogs with special needs. Toad has two mouths and one ear. And while she may look a little unusual, her mother loves her all the same. Toad's owner says she's her number one, quirks and all. She fell so in love with her, she was inspired to start an animal res
Hollywood Comes To Oklahoma
Moving making can be a cut-throat business. But more filmmakers are finding less frayed nerves and more smiles in Oklahoma. Oklahoma filmmakers and state officials are back from Utah after making their best pitches at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City.
Oklahoma seniors without heat turn up the heat on landlord
Howard Walk’s bedroom gets the coldest. He and wife, Mary, both in their 70s, have been living without heat for almost a year. Howard sleeps on the couch and can’t remember the last time he slept in his own bed.
Travel Advisory In Effect For Northeast Oklahoma
TULSA, Oklahoma - A Travel Advisory is in effect across parts of eastern Oklahoma for Friday as freezing rain may lead to some slick travel across the area. Steadier areas of freezing rain are expected near and especially north of Tulsa through the morning, with some sleet possibly mixing in closer
Oklahoma Highway Patrol chief indicted on extortion charges
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- An Oklahoma Highway Patrol chief has been charged with trying to blackmail the state's Department of Public Safety commissioner. The Oklahoman reports that a grand jury on Thursday charged Captain Troy D. German with extorting Commissioner Rusty Rhoades in an effort to gain a p
Chickasha Homicide Victim's Girlfriend Pleading For Suspects To Turn Themselves In
CHICKASHA, Oklahoma - A soon-to-be teen mother is pleading for her boyfriend’s killers to turn themselves in. Two weeks ago, 18-year-old Arnold “Trey” Adams III was shot to death outside the couple’s Chickasha home.
Oklahoma Father Gives Son The Gift Of Life
TULSA, Oklahoma - A parent's love is unconditional and when the time comes - can be strong enough to see their children through the worst of times. For one Oklahoma dad, that time came when his son was born.
Lawton woman found not guilty of child abuse
LAWTON, OK (TNN) - A Lawton woman who went on trial for injuring a 3-year-old she was babysitting was found not guilty Wednesday afternoon. Carmen Padilla had been charged with one count of child abuse by caretaker. Her trial began Monday.
Chickasha wrestlers place at tournaments
The Chickasha wrestling program has several state champions in its midst. Competing in Tulsa last week, five Chickasha wrestlers came home with state titles. One of those wrestlers was Jaxon Randle. He went 3-0 in his division, pinning all three of his opponents. According to wrestling coach Chad Ra
Red Dirt Diaries: Oklahoma Director Premieres Film At Sundance
A film director from Carnegie, Oklahoma, just had his film premiere at the largest independent film festival in the country. Jeffery Palmer’s documentary “Words from a Bear” was one of the just over 100 films selected at Sundance.
County books in Oklahoma merit attention
Many Oklahomans no doubt share the sentiments of Chickasha’s school superintendent, who learned recently that his district had been shorted $2.1 million by Grady County. “It’s astounding, absolutely astounding,” Superintendent Jack Herron told The Oklahoman’s Randy Ellis.