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Poteau Family's Celebration Ends In Tears After Woman's Hurtful Comments About Autistic Son

POTEAU, Oklahoma -A Green Country mom says ugly words targeted her autistic son. Not only did those words sting, they also ruined a special dinner.

NEWS ON 6 - 2018-11-14 03:41:00

Kidnapped and held captive at 12: KC-area woman recounts journey to freedom

McGinnis near the age she was when she was taken. KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Most people can remember where they lived and what they were doing when they were 12 - likely dealing with the drama of middle school, participating in sports and playing with friends. Rosalynn McGinnis didn't have that luxury. K

KSHB.COM - 2018-11-12 16:17:15

OSBI investigating death of man as homicide in SE Oklahoma

Richard Daryl Medlock, 34, was found dead in Albion, about 8 miles south of Talihina, early Tuesday by another resident, authorities said.

TULSA WORLD - 2018-11-13 20:34:00

Mother Of Triplets Buys ‘Look, Don’t Touch’ Signs To Protect Babies During Flu Season

GENTRY (KFSM)--From their tiny fingers, adorable outfits, even that baby smell, something about babies are magnetic to friendly strangers.

5NEWSONLINE.COM - 2018-11-13 14:54:18

Bridge crash leaves 1 dead in Arkansas

A woman died Monday after crashing on a bridge over the Arkansas River in Logan County, state police reported. Gwendle Self, 58, was driving a 2004 Pontiac north on Arkansas 109 in Morrison Bluff. The vehicle veered right on a bridge over the Arkansas River and struck a concrete barrier about 3:15 p

KATV - 2018-11-13 12:15:57

Vintage Black Light Poster Collection Now on Display at the LeFlore County Museum

Founded in 1967, Allan and Roberta Bell Ehrlich’s Third Eye Inc. published approximately 100 blacklight posters featuring original artwork, and 100 non-black light posters; fold-up sculpture, wallpaper and greeting cards. The Third Eye published licensed reproductions of Marvel superhero artwork re

SEQUOYAHCOUNTYTIMES.COM - 2018-11-13 16:42:09

Principal Accused of Having Sex With Teen Student Arrested Again

WALDRON, Ark. (KNWA) -- The former Waldron Middle School principal who's awaiting trial for sexual assault charges is back in custody for her continued communication with the victim.Jessica Williams, 37, is accused of having sex with a 16 year old student more than 15 times and also sending him expl

NWAHOMEPAGE.COM - 2018-11-14 00:02:39

Suspect sought in Albion homicide case

ALBION, Okla. -- State detectives are helping Pushmataha County deputies investigate an early Tuesday morning homicide in Albion.Sheriff B.J. Hedgecock said 34-year-old Richard Daryl Medlock was found dead at a residence on East County Road 1620.No suspect or suspects have been identified, and inves

KTEN.COM - 2018-11-13 22:40:00

Fatal Hunting Accident In Johnson County

HOT SPRINGS (KFSM) — A Hot Springs woman was shot by hunter in Johnson County on Sunday (Nov. 11).Arkansas Game and Fish Commission Chief of Communications Keith Stephens said names are not being released at this time and the incident is under investigation.The accidental shooting happened west of

5NEWSONLINE.COM - 2018-11-12 16:13:06

Body Found Near Train Tracks In Poteau By Highway 112 Overpass

POTEAU, Ok. (KFSM) — Police are investigating after the body of a man was found by train tracks near the Highway 112 overpass in Poteau, Oklahoma Monday (Nov. 5) night.


Oklahoma town reeling after barn fire kills high school FFA's animals

CASHION, Okla. - An Oklahoma community devastated by a fire that killed five animals at a barn used by a high school agriculture club is receiving nationwide donations and support, KFOR reported. >> Read more trending news The animals in the barn near Cashion High School -- three show hogs, a goat

WOKV.COM - 2018-11-12 18:57:00

Car hits pedestrian on Country Club Road

Gabrielle Crowson, 20, of Muskogee was hurt when a vehicle struck her on Country Club Road on Saturday night, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.


16-year-old Oklahoma girl shot by mother dies, organ donation helps 8 people

Toliver’s mother,Amy Hall, told officials that she shot Kloee early Nov. 1 at their home in Okmulgee, about 35 miles southwest of Tulsa. Hall alsofatally shot her 18-year-old son, Kayson Toliver, and tried to shoot her 14-year-old daughter.


Travel Advisory Set For Sunday Evening As Snow Moves Into Oklahoma

OKC: Partly to mostly cloudy and DRY for most of the day. NO SNOW in OKC today. Precip will likely begin after 6 PM as a cold, light rain. Temps struggle to make it into the lower 50s with a light wind.#okwx@NEWS9pic.twitter.com/lIJK6URa8a— Matt Mahler (@themahler)November 11, 2018


Man Wounded, Arrested After Allegedly Shooting at Washington Co. Deputy, Authorities Say

Springdale WASHINGTON COUNTY, Ark. - Authorities have arrested a man they say shot at a Washington County deputy on Sunday afternoon. That man has been treated and released into custody after being shot by an officer returning fire. No officers were injured. Washington County Sheriff officials say t


Fort Smith Man Missing and Endangered

Cunningham was renting a room in Fort Smith and always paid his rent at the first of each month without delay. However, he has not been seen or heard from since he last paid rent on Oct. 1, according to the news release



TULSA, Okla. – A 36-year-old resident of Grove has pleaded guilty to possession of an unregistered destructive device discovered at a residence in Afton, announced U.S. Attorney Trent Shores.


FDA Seizes Food And Medical Products Being Held In Insanitary Conditions At Alma Grocery Warehouse

ALMA, Ark. (KFSM) — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced Friday (Nov. 9) that the U.S. Marshals Service conducted a mass seizure of FDA-regulated products that were being held under insanitary conditions that were exposed to rodent, insect and live animal infestation.


Nonprofit sees the retirement of coal-fired power plants accelerating

It isn't getting any easier for the operators of coal-fired power generating stations to make a living.The Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis, an organization that conducts research on financial and economic issues related to energy and the environment, issued a report in October


UPDATE: Rescue At Devil’s Den Complete; Person Is OK

WINSLOW, Ark. (KFSM) — Strickler Fire Department and other emergency crews are responding to reports of a person who has fallen into a cave atDevil’s Den State Park.The incident happened approximately one-half mile from the visitors center shortly after 12:30 p.m. Saturday (Nov. 10), according to of