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Plane makes emergency landing in middle of Cushing street
CUSHING, Okla. — A small plane made an emergency landing Friday night in the middle of a street in a northeast Oklahoma town. The plane landed on Main Street in Cushing, prompting several police units to respond. The area was taped off while officers investigated the incident.
Suspect arrested in shooting death of Oklahoma homeowner
TULSA, Okla. – Police in Tulsa say they’ve arrested a 28-year-old man in connection with the shooting death of an Oklahoma homeowner. Authorities say Anthony Ahaisse was taken into custody early Saturday following a high-speed pursuit.
Cushing Police and Fire Reports
(Cushing, Okla.) Below are the Cushing Police and Fire/Ambulance reports for March 14-21, 2019. Disclaimer: All arrestees are innocent until proven guility. Eric Eugene Gottman – Payne County Warrant (Unlicensed Driver)
Oklahoma lawmakers respond to Mueller report findings
Read responses from Oklahoma lawmakers following the release of special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe. “The summary of the Mueller report Attorney General Barr provided to Congress today was clear: there was no evidence of collusion or obstruction of justice—and this was after nearly a two-y
Oklahoma family looking for answers following brother’s disappearance in Mexico
TECUMSEH, Okla. - 30-year-old Blake Mitchell, of Mustang, has been missing in Mexico for 11 days while completing a scuba diver certification course. "He usually sends me he loves me or I’m getting in the water or I'm going into work now," said Brayden Diebold.
Woman Accused Of Drunk Driving In Cushing With Two Children In Car
(Stillwater, Okla.) — A 34-year-old Enid woman was arraigned today from the Payne County Jail on charges of drunk driving a Nissan Murano at Little Avenue and Main Street in Cushing while transporting two children, ages 7 and 9, failing to remain stopped at the intersection while the light was still
Michael Overall: If Oklahoma were a third-world country, which one would it be?
Trying to use economic development to ward off a growing independence movement in its north African colony, the French government funded oil and gas exploration across Algeria in the 1950s and struck big near a remote, dusty village called Edjeleh, near the Libyan border.
OSBI identifies man in apparent Payne County murder-suicide
Authorities have identified a man involved in a reported murder-suicide in Payne County this week, according to an Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigations release. The Payne County Sheriff's Office on Thursday identified Jackie Lee Boyles Jr., 41, as the man found dead along with girls, ages 1 and 5
Trooper makes woman's day by changing tire after blowout on Oklahoma highway
A woman wants to give recognition to an Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper who made her day in a situation that could have proved dangerous. Marina Dale Ray was driving on Highway 81 near Union City to Chickasha when the tire on the front passenger side blew out, leaving her on a highway with limited r
Yale Police Looking For Suspect In Pair Of Burglaries
YALE, Oklahoma - The Yale Police Department is looking for Jarred Stubblefield, who they say is linked to two burglaries in the area. He is listed as homeless on the felony charges filed last week. Stubblefield is accused of burglarizing a property in February and Mugsy’s restaurant in Yale on Jan.
Oklahoma moves to stop towns from fees, bans on plastic bags
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Oklahoma lawmakers are considering legislation to prevent cities and towns from imposing fees on single-use plastic and paper bags. But officials in Norman, where a 5-cent fee has been proposed, say the measure encroaches on their search for an innovative way to protect the env
Suspect Makes Walmart Run Prior to Arrest for Burglary of His Cousin’s House
A woman whose home had been burglarized recognized one of the burglars as her cousin. On Wednesday, March 13, at approximately 7 p.m., Creek County Sheriff Deputy Michael Holladay was dispatched to a personal residence on South Maple Drive in Kellyville to investigate a burglary complaint. Upon arri
Payne County Sheriff confirms ID of adult in murder/suicide
The Payne County Sheriff's Office has confirmed that Jackie Lee Boyles, 41, of rural Payne County was the adult involved in a murder/suicide that was discovered near Ripley in rural Payne County late Tuesday night.
Yale Ex-Convict Charged With Burglarizing Mugsy’s Restaurant & Woman’s Property
(Stillwater, Okla.) — Arrest warrants have been issued for an ex-convict from Yale accused of burglarizing Mugsy’s restaurant in Yale on Jan. 5 and a woman’s property in Yale on Feb. 14, court records show.
Update on Bridgework in Drumright
(Drumright, Okla.) On Friday the historic bridge in Drumright received its first layer of asphalt and is on its way to re-opening. Weather-permitting, an additional three layers will be put down on Monday, March 25th. At least one lane is expected to be open by April 1st.
Stillwater High School student to join 'Up With People' tour
“I love Stillwater High School,” said high school senior Christian Lindley, “I feel like it’s a really great place to be. There’s a lot of really good opportunities there, and I feel like it can lead to a lot of bigger things.”
Alcoholic Beverage Tax Down for month, attendees say Lent is to blame
Attendees say Lent was to blame for lower alcohol beverage sales tax in February, say next month will be better thanks to St. Patrick’s Day. The Commissioners Lane Whitehouse, Newt Stephens, and Chairman Leon Warner met at 9 a. m. on Monday, March 18, 2019, in the Commission Chambers (Suite 103) at
Victim identified in fatal Thursday afternoon shooting
Tulsa police have identified the victim in a fatal shooting at a salvage yard on Thursday afternoon. David Wilfong, 38, was reportedly shot multiple times and pronounced dead at the scene by first responders. He was on probation for larceny and possession of stolen property convictions in 2015 in Os
Q5: Good Timing: First Friday physician talking allergies
A 5th generation Oklahoman, I was raised in Enid, Oklahoma, graduated from Oklahoma State University with Finance, BS. After working in Houston, Texas, in venture capital for an energy company, I completed pre-medical requirements at the University of Oklahoma and graduated medical school at the Uni
City to celebrate improved Strickland Park Skate Park
Get your skateboards and helmets ready for the grand opening of Stillwater’s renovated Strickland Park Skate Park on March 30. Remarks from representatives from the City of Stillwater and a ribbon cutting will begin at 1 p.m. The skateboarding community and the public are encouraged to attend and he