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Silver alert issued for Hughes County man
Law enforcement officials issued a silver alert for a Hughes County man late Sunday.The Hughes County Sheriff’s Office and Oklahoma Highway Patrol issued a silver alert for Thomas Clinton, 70, of Dustin, as his family has not heard from him in several days, according to an OHP report.
Woman found dead in Sapulpa house fire | Tulsa's 24-Hour News, Weather and Traffic
SAPULPA, Okla. -A woman is dead after a house fire in Sapulpa.The fire happened near Taft Avenue and Muskogee Street.Firefighters toldFOX23 Newsthe woman was found in a bedroom.The house is a total loss. Firefighters are investigating the cause of the fire.More here
Murder charges filed against suspects in deadly shooting at Okla. grocery store
According to officials with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation, 36-year-old Johnathan Merriman was shot and killed during a drive-by shooting outside Pruett's Food grocery store, near the intersection of East Highway and North Oliphant streets in Holdenville.
Sheriff's Beat 8-15-18: Deputies take juvenile sexual assault report
According to reports, the parents told Undersheriff Jason Chennault they believed the grandfather, who lives in Cherokee County, sexually assaulted their 15-year-old daughter repeatedly for several years. They also believe the suspect has assaulted another family member.
Woman spots large bobcat in Jenks
JENKS, Okla. -- Jenks Animal Control investigated in mid July after a woman reported seeing a bobcat on her porch.The bobcat sighting was reported on July 14 in the 111th and Elwood area. A woman saw the animal on her game camera.Responding officers didn't locate the bobcat, but they said it's not u
Stuart Fast-Pitch Tournament Bracket released
The 2018 Stuart fast-pitch softball tournament is scheduled to take place this Thursday through Saturday, with four locals participating.The Lady Hornets (2-0), Clayton, Calvin and Crowder are the locals set to take part in this nine-team tournament. Ripley, Dewar, Coalgate, Weleetka and Caney are a
Mason Takes First With 4-H Speech
What happens when you combine recognition of hard work and achievement, educational workshops, competitive events, making new friends and $100,000 in educational scholarships? These are just a few of the ingredients for a successful 97th State 4-H Roundup. Nearly 800 club members, volunteer leaders
Lake Eufaula, Kerr Reservoir fishing report
Blue Catfish:Action is excellent on cut bait, live bait, live shad, shad and worms below the dam, at the dam and river mouth.
Sapulpa tearing down dilapidated buildings
"The biggest one is property values," Stephens said. "If you're trying to sell a house that is right next to a piece of property that has not been maintained in years, your property value is going to be lower."
Kansas college student had sex with 15-year-old Oklahoma runaway in dorm, police say
Jordan Andrew Tuttle, 19, of Bristow, Okla., was arrested on suspicion of felony counts of aggravated indecent liberties with a child and contributing to a child’s misconduct by sheltering or concealing a runaway, Arkansas City police said in a release Monday. Tuttle is a Cowley College student, pol
Mvskoke Loan Fund provides business trainings
OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — Mvskoke Loan Fund CEO Chris Coburn has been busy over the last year or so since he started with MLF, which he said is in about its fourth year.
Saltgrass Steak House opens in Tulsa
“We are excited to expand in Oklahoma and open this location for the Tulsa community,” said Ken Pierce, divisional vice president. “We’ve looked to open a Saltgrass Steak House in the area for some time and we look forward to introducing our new neighbors to our delicious steaks, fresh-baked bread a
Mother-of-three with terminal cancer marries her partner in an emotional ceremony - and says she feels 'beautiful again' for the first time since her diagnosis
© Provided by Associated Newspapers LimitedTracy Swinferd, 47, from Bixby, Oklahoma, married partner Martin, 48, (pictured on their wedding day) in a romantic ceremony this summer after being diagnosed with terminal cancerA terminally ill mother-of-three with stage four breast cancer has married her
Police: Woman arrested on assault, drug complaints
The employee told police Talmadge Staggs, 37, came to the fruit stand of the adjacent property in the 200 block of E. 2nd Street and was yelling obscenities at her, according to an incident report.
Sapulpa crews responding to house fire
SAPULPA, Okla. - Firefighters are responding to a house fire near Taft & Muskogee Streets in Sapulpa.Crews said the fire was fully involved when they arrived.We have a crew working to learn more information.This is a developing story. Check back for updates.Stay in touch with us anytime, anywhere.Do
Deadly house fire reported in Sapulpa
SAPULPA, Okla. (KTUL) —The Sapulpa Fire Department says they are at the scene of reported deadly house fire.The fire dept says the fire is under control at a home near West Taft Avenue and South Hickory Street.The department says a possible body was discovered inside the home.This story is developin
House fire in Sapulpa: Updates
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Community celebrates local man's birthday
A surprise birthday bash caught Verlin Crigger by surprise as friends celebrated his 50th birthday Monday.Crigger covered his face and shrieked with joy as he entered Arrowhead Mall food court and saw long tables spread with cupcakes, cookies, cards and presents. He covered his face again upon seein
Cowley College student arrested for sex crime
19-year-old Jordan Andrew Tuttle of Bristow, Oklahoma is being held in the Cowley County jail on a charge of aggravated indecent liberties with a child, and contributing to a child's misconduct by sheltering or concealing a runaway.
Two Liberty Public School employees under fire for inappropriate behavior
“When these allegations were made a couple months ago they were investigated, we sought our legal counsel," Liberty Public School Superintendent Jim Gilmartin said. "Based on that counsel we took appropriate action and that’s all I have to say.