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Meet Julie Valsaint - Central Intermediate School Teacher of the Year

Occupation: 4th Grade Math and Science. Career: First year teaching for Wagoner Public Schools. Total years teaching 15. Started teaching career in St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands.


Oklahoma woman found wandering roads in Arkansas

JONESBORO, Ark. – Jonesboro Police Department Officer Tanner Huff tried not to arrest Amber Melina Rose West, 22, of Vinita, Oklahoma on Monday. It was around 6 AM Monday morning in Jonesboro he responded to Nettleton and Broadmoor in reference to a “welfare check.” He arrived and made contact with


Man injured, other arrested after shooting outside of Mayes County gentleman’s club

MAYES COUNTY, Okla. – A fight in the parking lot of a gentleman’s club in Mayes County ended in a shooting, officials say. Early Wednesday morning, officers say a shooting outside of Sensations Gentleman’s Club left one man injured.


'Live PD' crew arrives in Oklahoma to prepare for OHP debut

OKLAHOMA CITY — They are here! The "Live PD" crew has arrived in Oklahoma to prepare for the Oklahoma Highway Patrol’s debut on the show. OHP officials announced on Facebook that the crew will be riding with them Tuesday night. Troopers can be seen live on the show for the first time Friday on A&E.


Oklahoma Lawmakers Consider New Liquor Laws

TULSA, Oklahoma - State lawmakers are considering more than 40 new laws that would make it easier for businesses and customers to navigate Oklahoma's new liquor laws. Two proposed bills would allow businesses like golf courses and marinas to sell alcohol in their restaurant or bar as well as outside


Fistfight Turns To Gunfire At Claremore Convenience Store

TULSA, Oklahoma - A fistfight turned into gunfire in a Claremore convenience store parking lot. Claremore police arrested Scott Hopkins after Hopkins' son and another man got into a fight over a piece of equipment. They say when the victim saw Hopkins pull a gun, he took off running toward his truck


Wheels of justice turn slowly for Mayes County mother as daughter's killer has yet gone to trial

MAYES COUNTY, Okla. — A Mayes County mother exclusively tells 2 Works for You that she's frustrated because she’s had to wait three years for justice. Nevaeh Knight says her daughter's killer still hasn't gone to trial and she's still coping with the sudden death of her daughter.


Purdue Pharma sued by state of Oklahoma

The pharmaceutical company behind oxycontin is settling a lawsuit claiming the drug maker helped fuel the opioid abuse epidemic. Purdue Pharma is being sued by the state of Oklahoma.


Rogers Co. Sheriff's Office Holds Bake Sale For 3 Families In Need

ROGERS COUNTY, Oklahoma - A bake sale put on by the Rogers County Sheriff's Office is helping three families suffering from severe medical conditions. The Sheriff's Office teamed up with the District Attorney's office to sell cakes, cookies, and other baked items at the Rogers County Courthouse.


Oklahoma State authorized to test "swarms" of autonomous unmanned aircraft

Oklahoma State University’s Unmanned Systems Research Institute has received approval from Federal Aviation Administration to conduct research flights with a swarm of unmanned fixed-wing aircraft, the university has announced.


Tennessee pigs exposed to virus at Oklahoma Youth Expo

Officials say at least 35 pigs were exposed to the porcine epidemic diarrhea virus when they were recently at the Oklahoma Youth Expo in Oklahoma City. Watch the video above for the full story.


Cherokee County murder suspect caught in California

A Cherokee County, Kansas murder suspect has been caught in California. Read the full press release below:. On April 30, 2017, the deceased body of a man was discovered alongside a rural Cherokee County road.


Wagoner police refuse to answer why officer caught drunk driving wasn't arrested

A November 2017 drunk driving wreck in Wagoner never got reported anywhere because the driver, Travis Potts, is a police officer in the town. According to an incident report filed that day, “Travis Potts was intoxicated” while he was driving a pickup truck and failed to negotiate a turn, crashing th


Owasso, Collinsville arrests (Monday, March 25)

Below is a list of Owasso and Collinsville arrests out of Tulsa County for Monday, March 25:. Carol A. Carter, 59, of Collinsville. Booked by Owasso PD. Felony for aggravated DUI 2nd offense.


Evacuations made at Collinsville QuikTrip after suspicious suitcase found

COLLINSVILLE, Okla. — Evacuations were made at a Collinsville-area QuikTrip on Tuesday after a suspicious item was found in the parking lot. The Tulsa County Sheriff's Office assisted Collinsville police with an evacuation of the store on 146th Street North.


One dad, one injured in shooting at grocery store in Kansas

CHERRYVALE, Kan. — One man is dead and another is critically injured following a shooting at a grocery store in Kansas. Police said this happened yesterday afternoon in Cherryvale, which is located just north of Coffeyville.


HS BASEBALL: Six locals to compete in Crowder Tournament

Half of the dozen teams competing at the annual Crowder Tournament this week are local. Crowder may be the main site for the event, but Canadian will host four games on Thursday. All other games Thursday through Saturday are schedued for Crowder.


Owasso tennis sweeps home duel from Claremore

Monday’s chilly conditions may not have been ideal but Owasso tennis braved the elements as it rolled to a duel sweep of Claremore at the OHS Tennis Courts. The Ram boys won five of the seven singles’ matches and both doubles’ contests as they were victorious by a 7-2 tally. The Owasso girls topped


Strange joins rare four-sport athletes at Wagoner

It is not common for a young male athlete in high school to compete and do well in four sports throughout the year. Wagoner’s last four-sport specialist was Dylan Mayfield in 2017-18.


Claremore baseball makes most of week on Gulf Coast

When a high school team takes a weeklong trip to a beachside paradise for a sporting event, results may vary. With that in mind, Claremore baseball coach Jim Sherl wasn’t sure what to expect from his squad when made the 15-hour trek to Gulf Shores, Ala., for the Gulf Coast Classic last week.