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Frisco Depot sees busy few months

HUGO –– Frisco Depot and Museum has been very busy the last few months with donated items, remolding and giving tours at the Depot and also at Mt. Olivet Cemetery here in Hugo.


Life In Prison Didn't Stop Oklahoma Inmate From Running Meth Ring, Prosecutors Say

A man serving life in prison for the murder of Pawnee County Sheriff Dwight Woodrell has been indicted in federal court this week for racketeering. Federal prosecutors say far from going to prison to learn his lesson, James Taylor became a powerful member of the Universal Aryan Brotherhood gang and


City of Hugo seeks new city manager

HUGO, Okla. — The new year is off to a rough start for the City of Hugo as former mayor and Ward 1 councilman Darren Frazier and former city manager Sarah Sherrer submitted their resignations.


Reba McEntire Drops 'No U in Oklahoma' From Upcoming 'Stronger Than the Truth' Record

Surprise! Reba McEntire just dropped a new song, "No U in Oklahoma," from her upcoming Stronger Than the Truth record. McEntire co-wrote the song with Ronnie Dunn and Donna McSpadden.


Meet three top commercial construction specialists in Oklahoma

Let's join Associated General Contractors of Oklahoma in recognizing three top commercial construction specialists for 2018. Builder The trade group named Goldsby Construction LLC CEO and founder Chris Goldsby as Builder of the Year. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in environmental design from t


Fundraiser has begun for family’s loss due to Wednesday house fire

A GoFundMe has populated for a family who lost their home on Helena Drive in Powderly early Wednesday morning, and several community members have begun contributing to the family’s need.


Prosecutors question witnesses in Oklahoma bomb plot case

OKLAHOMA CITY – Federal prosecutors have questioned four FBI agents and an informant as they continue to present evidence in the trial of a man accused of planning to detonate a bomb outside an Oklahoma City bank.


Oklahoma’s Oldest Movie Theater and the recipe for keeping in open since 1915

CARNEGIE, OKLAHOMA -- You might not notice at first, but start reading the business signs on Carnegie's Main Street and you'll find a familiar name. Liberty Dental, Liberty Floral, Liberty Drug, and the original, the oldest continuously operated theater in Oklahoma, a theater that first opened in 19


Officials Working To Keep Deer Disease Out Of Oklahoma

Oklahoma officials are working to keep a disease affecting deer out of Oklahoma. Nicknamed, “zombie deer disease,” Chronic Wasting Disease has showed up in deer and elk in every state bordering Oklahoma.


New Bills Could Raise Oklahoma's Minimum Wage

OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma - Oklahoma's minimum wage could go up if state lawmakers pass two new bills. One proposal would bump the minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.50 per hour for everyone.


Sister fights for justice after Britney Tiger’s body found in remote Oklahoma reserve

Britney Tiger “had a heart of gold,” according to her sister Jessica Tyson. Jessica told Dateline that, as a mother, sister, daughter, aunt and friend, Britney always wore a smile and forever lent a helping hand.


Reba name-checks Oklahoma in new song

TULSA, Okla. - Oklahoma native and country legend Reba McEntire released a new song off her upcoming album Friday and her home state gets a mention in the title. “No U in Oklahoma” was co-written by McEntire, Ronnie Dunn and Donna McSpadden, according to Rolling Stone. The song is an upbeat breakup


Oklahoma ScissorTales: Groups working to protect kids

Following a Houston Chronicle and San Antonio Express-News series documenting incidents in which sexual predators moved from church to church with little or no accountability, Southern Baptist leaders have begun discussing proposals to target the problem. Oklahoma preachers are among those supportin


More than 100 cattle stolen in northeast Oklahoma

PRYOR, Ok. - The Mayes County Sheriff's Office says 107 cattle were stolen from a pasture east of Pryor, OK. The Sheriff received the larceny report on Thursday, February 21st.


Bill would make turnpikes free for disabled Oklahoma veterans

OKLAHOMA CITY — Tens of thousands of disabled Oklahoma veterans soon may be able to drive for free on the state’s turnpikes under a proposal working its way through the Legislature.


Car, foot chase lead to arrest

Paris police attempting to stop a vehicle Wednesday night for a traffic violation ended up chasing the vehicle until it crashed, officers said. The attempted traffic stop began at 9:25 p.m. in the 1500 block of North Main Street. The driver, later identified as 27-year-old Richmond Lamar Russell of


Chase, wreck leaves one behind bars

A man is in jail after a brief chase which ended in a wreck Thursday. Around 4 p.m., Paris police officers observed Michael Jireh Ocanas, 22, driving a vehicle in the 200 block of 3rd Street N.E.


Oklahoma to get $2.2 million from emissions lawsuit settlement

The state of Oklahoma will receive more than $2.2 million from a settlement with two companies caught in a vehicle emissions scandal. Fiat Chrysler and Robert Bosch GmbH agreed to pay tens of millions to Oklahoma and 49 other U.S. states and territories that joined a multidistrict lawsuit. Bosh will


Police arrest 19-year-old for allegedly burglarizing a home in Paris

A 19-year-old man is behind bars after police say he burglarized a home in Paris. Around 12:30 p.m. on Thursday, Paris police officers responded to a burglary of a residence call in the 2900 block of Aspen Drive.


No injuries in fire at George Wright Homes in Paris

The Paris Fire Department quickly doused a blaze that injured no one Thursday morning at the George Wright Homes apartment complex. Fire crews responding to the 10 a.m. report at the corner of Chisum Street and 7th Street Southwest in Paris were able to extinguish flames neighbors said were shooting