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Police: Tulsa man lived with children in home that had 'overwhelming' smell of urine, feces
Court documents said the oven did not appear to be operational, a door to one of the rooms was not secured to the hinges and there was no toilet or sink, and the bathtub did not work.
Bartlesville Radio » News » Senator Says Hunting, Fishing Improves Economy and Heritage
Last year alone, the American System of Conservation Funding contributed $25 million, while hunting and fishing licenses brought an additional 19-million-dollars to fund state conservation efforts through the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation. The benefit from these funds will improve acc
Oklahoma student taken into custody after loaded gun found in backpack
A statement from the Owasso Police Department reads in part, “There were no reports indicating that the suspect made threats with the gun or made any statements suggesting that he intended to harm anyone. This incident will be referred to the Juvenile Bureau of the Tulsa County District Attorney’s O
Army West Point at No. 5 Oklahoma - 9/22/2018 Free Preview - BangTheBook
The Black Knights got their second W in as many tries after a 28-21 victory over Hawaii last week. Kelvin Hopkins Jr. completed six passes for only 162 yards. Hopkins Jr. (110 rushing yards on 20 attempts, two TDs) also led the ground attack and was complemented by Darnell Woolfolk (70 yards on 19 c
Art educator from Yukon named Oklahoma Teacher of the Year for 2019
“Becky is a teacher who does not falter, no matter the circumstances. She demonstrates compassion and courage, and treasures her students, never failing to celebrate the individuality of each one,” Hofmeister said in a statement. “Often, our teachers are literal heroes. Becky Oglesby is proof of tha
Oklahoma teen detained after bringing handgun in backpack to school | Tulsa's 24-Hour News, Weather and Traffic
According to Owasso SuperintendentAmy Fichtner, another student reported seeing the gun to the assistant principal, who in turn contacted the school resource officer.
Big 12 Power Rankings: Oklahoma leads, but the top four teams are solid
Even after a loss, TCU looks like a good football team. Additionally, Oklahoma State and Texas picked up some solid victories.
The Most Unusual Restaurant In Oklahoma Needs To Be Experienced To Be Believed
Trapper's Fish Camp is like the hunting lodge you wish you owned, but it's right here in Oklahoma City. You'll find it at 4300 W Reno Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73107.
Taco Bell employee refuses to serve customer who doesn’t speak Spanish | Tulsa's 24-Hour News, Weather and Traffic
HIALEAH, Fla. -A Taco Bell employee was fired after refusing to serve a customer who did not speak Spanish.>> Read more trending newsAlexandria Montgomery went to a Taco Bell drive through around 10:30 p.m. Wednesday hoping to get a two chalupas supreme combo No. 6 but her run to the border was stop
Bartlesville Radio » News » Commissioners Renew an Agreement, Approve Grants
They also approved a couple grants including an Emergency Management Performance grant. The other grant approved was the grant application for the Oglesby Civil Defense Volunteer Fire Department to have a four-wheel drive truck, a tanker, and a grass rig brush truck.
Verdigris blows out Nowata, 55-8
Sophomore quarterback, Hayden Jones launches a long pass in the first quarter of the Verdigris Cardinals' game against the Ironmen, Friday night at Nowata.Tom VanHooser
Rake murderer pleads guilty, sentenced 22 years
John William Johnson, 41, was arrested July 10, 2017, after reportedly starting a fight in the Welling area that led to the death of James Andrew Clay III, 46.
Nowata County Jailer Arrested After Hours-Long Chase
“It was exciting, definitely a good show,” says area resident Alyssa Buss. “Should’ve brought my popcorn.”
Oklahoma City mother arrested after baby found with rashes, bug bites; drugs found in apartment
An officer spoke with a woman and her husband on Sept. 14 who said they watch 32-year-old Amanda Moore’s children, an 11-month-old girl and an 8-year-old boy, on the weekends. The woman told police the 11-month-old had a “terrible diaper rash,” and “has had suspicions of child neglect for some time.
3-year-old hit by vehicle in east Tulsa
TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) —Police and paramedics responded to the area of 25th and Memorial Sunday where a child was reportedly struck by a vehicle.Police said a three-year-old was bumped by a car.The child suffered only minor injuries and is expected to be OK.
Former Oklahoma state senator to be sentenced on Monday | Tulsa's 24-Hour News, Weather and Traffic
OKLAHOMA CITY -Happening on Monday...A former Oklahoma state senator is scheduled to be sentenced for a child sex trafficking conviction.Ralph Shortey will be in Oklahoma City federal court where he faces a minimum of 10 years in prison. He was arrested back in March of 2017 after investigators foun
Bartlesville Radio » News » Washington County to Act on Grant Applications
Washington County Commissioners will proclaim September as Crime Stoppers month when they meet Monday morning. The board will also take action on a performance grant application from Emergency Manager, Kary Cox. The board plas to take up a Rural Economic Action Plan Grant application for the Ogles
TPD searching for suspect in multiple armed robberies in midtown
Several hours later, at around 4:30 p.m., two more individuals were robbed at the Quik Trip store near East 11th Street and South Harvard. The victims in that robbery also had their phones and wallets taken.
When it comes to eye doctors in big box retailers, where does Oklahoma stand?
State Question 793, which would allow eye care facilities inside retail stores, will appear on the ballot in November. [Thinkstock image]
Tulsa Convenience Store Robbed At Gunpoint
A man entered the store, pulled out a small, silver handgun, and demanded money, police say. They say the clerk complied with the demand and the man left.