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Skid steer of mayor’s called stolen
Friday, February 15, 2019 — A 2012-model Bobcat skid steer rented Jan. 30 from Clinton Mayor David Berrong’s Grand Rental Station has not been returned and is presumed to be stolen. It’s valued at approximately $30,000.
Drug suspect caught after leap out motel
Thursday, February 14, 2019 — A Clinton drug suspect who jumped out a second-story window of the Econo Lodge Motel Sunday night and was captured is now being held in the Custer County Jail in lieu of bonds exceeding $100,000.
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.
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.
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
Old theater here could become B&B
Wednesday, February 13, 2019 — Formerly a popular movie house, the old Redland Theater in downtown Clinton could become a combination events center and bed-and-breakfast stopover for tourists in the not-too-distant future.
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.
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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.
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.
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.
Work begins on new distribution center
Tuesday, February 12, 2019 — Construction began last week on a new 6,500-square-foot seed distribution center in Clinton, on U.S. Highway 183 north of town. West Gaines Seed Company is scheduled to open in approximately 60 days and will be managed by Michael Shackelford.
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
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.
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.
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
Oklahoma Legislators Advance Bills For Constitutional Carry, Teacher Pay Raise
OKLAHOMA CITY - This past week in the legislature, bills advanced that would raise pay for teachers - and make Oklahoma a "constitutional carry" state. As these and other potential laws take shape - lawmakers say they're eager to hear from voters.
In 'Good Company': Oklahoma-bred singer-songwriter Kalyn Fay pays tribute to home state with new LP
Kalyn Fay hadn’t even left Oklahoma, but she already was pining for her home state. Until recently, the folk singer-songwriter was a lifelong Oklahoman: She was born in Tahlequah, raised in Okemah and came of age in Tulsa. She is of Cherokee heritage, once did a residency with late state music legen