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Former teacher recalls memories of man found dead in Pawnee County
CLEVELAND, Okla. (KTUL) — It's still a mystery how Thomas Tisher ended up dead less than a week after his family reported him missing out of Cleveland. Tisher's body was found by ODOT crews along highway 412 yesterday near the Bears Glen exit in Pawnee County. OSBI officers say Tisher was last seen
Body found in Pawnee County
ODOT reported one of their crews finding a body in Pawnee County near Highway 412. OSBI is investigating the finding. FOX23 is working to get more information. DOWNLOAD the FOX23 News app for updates sent to your phone.
FBI Provides Update In Wynona Murder Investigation
OSAGE COUNTY, Oklahoma - On November 29, 2018, the FBI responded alongside tribal and county law enforcement authorities to an incident which occurred in Wynona, OK. After an initial investigation, the location in which the crime occurred has been verified by both the Osage Nation and the Department
Update: SPD says robbery report was false
The Stillwater Police Department has determined that a reported robbery, which prompted Stillwater Public Schools to shelter in place, was false and have taken a clerk into custody.
Investigation Gest Handed Over to Sheriff's Office
The death of a Wynona man from the night of Nov. 29 continues to be investigated. The FBI was called out to the scene, as it was initially believed that the incident took place on Osage Trust Land. After an investigation by both the Osage Nation and the Department of Interior, it was determined that
ODOT crew discovers missing man's body along U.S. 412 in Pawnee County
The body of a 50-year-old Cleveland man who had been missing for about a week was discovered along a U.S. highway in Pawnee County on Friday. Thomas Tisher’s body was found shortly after noon along Highway 412 near the Bears Glen exit, according to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation. An Okla
Best of the Rest — Midsize Employers
No. 1 last year, Stillwater-based Meridian Technology Center serves students from 10 area high schools: Agra, Carney, Glencoe, Guthrie, Morrison, Mulhall-Orlando, Pawnee, Perkins-Tryon, Perry and Stillwater. A variety of course offerings make career education possible for students from all walks of
Search for armed robbery suspect prompts schools to shelter in place
Stillwater Police are actively searching for a man believed to have committed an armed robbery in Cimarron Plaza. The man was thought to have left east on foot after brandishing a weapon at Poolwerx.
Fiery crash shuts down Interstate 35 in central Oklahoma
GOLDSBY, Okla. – The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says a fiery crash shut down Interstate 35 just south of Norman. The OHP says both northbound and southbound lanes of the interstate were shut down Monday morning at mile marker 104 at Goldsby, about 22 miles south of Oklahoma City.
Inmate death is sixth of the year at Oklahoma County jail
An investigation is underway into another inmate death at the Oklahoma County jail, a sheriff's spokesman reported. Sindi Lucille Spray, 24, was found unresponsive at the jail about 5 p.m. Sunday. Medical staff members at the jail tried to revive her, but she was pronounced dead at 5:30 p.m., the sh
Pawnee selling old street signs to make room for new ones
PAWNEE, Okla. (KTUL) — Pawnee is saturated in history. Looking around town, sometimes it feels like time is frozen in place. The town's street signs used to blend right in, at least when they were in good shape.
The Old Timey Diner In Oklahoma Your Kids Will Love Eating At
Don’t you just love dining at unique restaurants in Oklahoma? There’s an old school diner in Oklahoma City that will take you back to the 1950s and it’s the best thing ever. Their food is made fresh daily and the kid’s meals are a huge hit with the little ones. Take a look:
Missing Oklahoma man’s body found by ODOT crew in Pawnee County
PAWNEE CO., Okla. – OSBI officials identify a body found by ODOT workers in eastern Pawnee County as a man who was reported missing several days ago. The family of Thomas “Tommy” Tisher, 50, reported him missing on December 10.
Oklahoma near top in holding back young students
As a first-grader, Tricia Willyard’s son struggled to read. Educators at his school recommended he repeat first grade — something Willyard, herself an educator in a nearby district, at first opposed.
Cleanup Efforts Underway Following Train Derailment In Oklahoma
PITTSBURG CO., Okla. (KFOR) — Cleanup efforts are underway after several rail cars on a train derailed. According to Union Pacific, 16 rail cars and the rear-facing locomotive on a northbound train derailed about two miles north of Kiowa, Oklahoma just after 6:30 a.m. Sunday.
Osage County included in new program
Osage County has been included in the CREATE BRIDGES program which is designed to build up rural economies. The county is part of the Sandstone Hills region that also includes Creek and Pawnee counties. Another region — Crossing Borders is included in the program. It consists of Adair, Cherokee, Del
Oklahoma Lawmaker Proposes Statewide School Ban On Vaping
An Oklahoma Senator has filed a bill that would ban vaping in schools across the Sooner State. Oklahoma currently has a law called the Tobacco-Free Schools Act, which bans tobacco products for public and private school buildings and vehicles. This law would fold into that current legislation, but ex
Earthquake rattles NW Oklahoma
TOGO – A small quake rattled NW Oklahoma late Friday on the Woods-Major County line. A magnitude 3.1 quake was recorded at 9:29 p.m. Friday two miles north of Togo, 35.1 miles east of Woodward and 49.1 miles west of Enid at a depth of about 3.1 miles, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
OSU football: Coach Mike Gundy says most of Oklahoma State's 2019 class should sign on Wednesday
STILLWATER — For the second consecutive December, the Gundycopter is traveling around Oklahoma and Texas. Mike Gundy visited a number of Oklahoma State verbal commits this month. He took the helicopter to see Arygle, Texas, offensive lineman Preston Wilson and Cedar Hill,
No injuries in southeastern Oklahoma train derailment
McALESTER, Okla. (AP) - Authorities in southeastern Oklahoma so no injuries were reported following an early-morning train derailment. Officials say a Union Pacific train derailed about 6:30 a.m. Sunday in a rural area north of Kiowa, about 105 miles (314 kilometers) southeast of Oklahoma City.