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Oklahoma Man Pleads Guilty To Poaching Hundreds Of Box Turtles
A man has pleaded guilty to poaching nearly 200 box turtles from Oklahoma. State game wardens say they had been investigating for nearly a year after receiving a tip. Investigators say the suspect would pick up the turtles outside Tulsa and then sell and ship them out of state as pets.
Two Oklahoma Men Claim Non-Typical Elk Records
These two Guymon men now hold the top two spots for non-typical elk in Oklahoma's Cy Curtis Awards Program. According to the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, two men from Guymon, Oklahoma, each shot new-state-record elk.
Lawmakers Visiting Stores To Discuss Oklahoma New Liquor Laws
OKLAHOMA COUNTY, Oklahoma - Oklahoma lawmakers took a trip to their local liquor stores to talk about the state's new liquor laws. The new laws allow grocery and convenience stores to sell wine and strong beer. Lawmakers also wanted to get the owners’ opinions on a new bill up for consideration.
Pair of Oklahoma hunters now in the record books
GUYMON, Okla. – A pair of Oklahoma hunters are now in the record books. The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation says Lonnie Pierce and Johnathan Moore now hold the top two spots for nontypical elk in Oklahoma’s Cy Curtis Awards Program.
Oklahoma Authorities Searching For Fugitive Who Escaped In 2014
OKLAHOMA COUNTY, Oklahoma - The Oklahoma Department of Corrections says authorities are still on the hunt for a fugitive, who walked away from an OKC correction center in 2014.
Man accused of setting Oklahoma school on fire in custody
STROTHER, Okla. — A man is in custody after being accused of setting Strother Elementary School on fire. Surveillance cameras captured the man setting the school on fire. The fire damaged half the building, officials said.
24 years later, Oklahoma pauses to remember victims of Murrah Building bombing
OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahomans gathered Friday morning to remember those who lost their lives on April 19, 1995 in the Murrah Building bombing. Family members, survivors, first responders and community members attended a remembrance ceremony at the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum. Memorial st
Still Waiting: Oklahoma prosecutors seek life without parole again in most juvenile cases up for review
Editor's Note: This the second story in a series about prisoners serving juvenile life without parole in Oklahoma. The house on a country road in Seminole County where 90-year old Myrtle Ruby McGehee was brutally stabbed to death in 1992 was torn down long ago, but her family still owns the land.
Tyrone Wins District Baseball Title
Tyrone wins first district baseball championship since 1996. The Bobcats beat Waynoka 15-1 and knocked off Buffalo 5-0 and 9-0. Tyrone head coach Clay Witt and two Bobcats will be guests during Sportsguys Monday morning between 7:35 and 9 on 1270. The show re airs 12:30-2.
Oklahoma rarely paroles violent offenders
This is the third story in a series about prisoners serving juvenile life without parole in Oklahoma. Convicted of murder at age 15 in 1983, Wayne Thompson has been trying to win parole in Oklahoma for the past 20 years.
Transcript: Kevin Costner speaks poignantly about his Oklahoma heritage, meeting Walt Disney and making Westerns at the Western Heritage Awards
Kevin Costner spoke poignantly about his family's Oklahoma heritage, his childhood encounter with Walt Disney and his lifelong passion for Westerns Saturday night in Oklahoma City.
'Oh, puuulllllleeeeeaaassse." People respond to Oklahoma lawmakers' comments on Mueller report
Oklahoma Republicans in Congress drew hundreds of responses on Facebook after dismissing Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller’s report as a partisan exercise, with some backing their views and many others accusing them of not reading the report.
Oklahoma County commissioner criticized over stance
Oklahoma County Commissioner Brian Maughan is being harshly criticized for voting against having sheriff deputies at schools. An organization of sheriff deputies and detention officers told Maughan in a letter it had no confidence in him because of his opposition to sheriff deputies serving as schoo
Congressman Frank Lucas to Hold Town Hall in Guymon
Oklahoma Congressman Frank Lucas will hold a Town Hall Meeting on Thursday morning, April 18th at 8:00am at Guymon City Hall. Congressman Lucas will be discussing current happenings in Washington DC that particularly pertain to the constituents of his district.
Memorial Hospital of Texas County Files Civil Lawsuit
A civil case was filed in Texas County court this week by Memorial Hospital of Texas County, according to an online listing of cases filed. The filing dated April 8 is filed against SRP Guymon, LLC – the management company currently handling all operational work at the hospital. The listing shows th
14 candidates vie for title of Miss Cinco de Mayo
The 2019 Miss Cinco de Mayo Pageant has drawn 14 candidates. The pageant will take place at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 4 in the James Maskus Auditorium at Liberal High School. Admission to the event is $10 per person, or for VIP seating, the cost is $20.
Rangers baseball team comes back to blowout Aggies
GOODWELL, Okla. – Northwestern Oklahoma State University's baseball team earned win No. 20 of the season in a big way Tuesday after with a 19-8 victory over the Oklahoma Panhandle State Aggies in Goodwell.
OPSU to host annual art fest tomorrow
GOODWELL, OK (KFDA) - The Oklahoma Panhandle State University Art Department will be hosting their 21st Annual Panhandle Area Art Jubilee tomorrow. On April 10, area high school students will have the opportunity to participate in contests, learn from demonstrations and earn prize or scholarship mon
Guerrero, Martinez make first appearances
Jennifer Guerrero and Jose Omar Avelar Martinez, both of Guymon, Oklahoma, appeared in Lyon County District Court for their first appearance Monday. They are both facing multiple charges in relation to the incident in northwest Emporia on Wednesday.