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U.S. Marshals Searching For Wanted Sex Offender Possibly In Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY - A man wanted in Texas for sex crimes could be in Oklahoma City. Someone tipped off News 9, saying a convicted sexual predator was in the metro area. Now, the U.S. Marshals is looking into the claim.

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Person of interest in two western Oklahoma homicides arrested in Tulsa

A person of interest in two homicides that occurred almost 300 miles from Tulsa on Sunday was arrested in the city early Monday. Tulsa police officers were told to be on the lookout for a man wanted in Beckham County and the truck he reportedly was driving Sunday, and he was arrested on a traffic st

TULSA WORLD

Monday, April 22: GOOD AFTERNOON!

Here's a look at our Tuesday TDP, which includes our Education pages:. • Sheri Gourd was on hand for Walk a Mile in Her Shoes. • Sheri has her monthly senior profile. • Renee Fite has a preview on the Stilwell Strawberry Festival.

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Huge alligator gar caught in Oklahoma lake by bow fisherman

A man in Oklahoma caught a huge alligator gar in a lake over the weekend, the Oklahoma Game Wardens announced Monday. Zachary Sutterfield, of Durant, was bowfishing on Lake Texoma when he caught the 6-foot, 9-inch fish. According to a Facebook post from the Game Wardens, the gar weighed about 170 po

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Faith-based support group forms in Stilwell

STILWELL - In conjunction with April being designated as Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Loretta Oxford Lofton, an adult survivor of incest and childhood sexual abuse, is announcing her plans to launch a peer-to-peer support group for other adults survivors of sexual abuse or assault in Adair County

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Air ambulance service closes four Oklahoma bases

Air Methods Corp. has closed four medical helicopter bases in Oklahoma due to financial pressures, officials confirmed Monday. Following an analysis of operations, officials with the Colorado-based company made the decision to close the MediFlight bases in Chickasha, Seminole, Keefeton and the base

TULSA WORLD

Attorney Seeks Reduced Bond for Man Accused of Shaking Baby to Death

WASHINGTON COUNTY, Ark. (KNWA) - New motions were filed in the case of the man who police say shook a baby to death and hid the body in a plastic container. Tyler Hobbs, 22, was arrested after the baby's body was found in a closet back in October of 2017.

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CN donates $30K to Adair County law enforcement

TAHLEQUAH – The Cherokee Nation recently contributed $30,000 to three Adair County law enforcement agencies. Tribal Councilor Canaan Duncan along with Principal Chief Bill John Baker and Deputy Chief S. Joe Crittenden presented the checks to law enforcement officials. The donations were made from Du

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Ark City man's remains found in Oklahoma

PONCA CITY, Okla. (KSNW) - Authorities confirm the remains of a man from Ark City who has been missing for nearly a year were found in north Oklahoma. Kay County Sheriff's Office told KSN that Quinten Rouch's remains were found in Kaw City, OK. He told us Oklahoma Medical Examiner's Office confirmed

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Routine check up leads to devastating diagnosis for Oklahoma pastor’s wife

STILWELL, Okla. – It was supposed to be just a routine check up for diabetes, but that appointment in 2015 left Andrea Poplin with some devastating news. Poplin learned that she suffered from kidney failure, which quickly became stage five.

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Kansas man arrested in Oklahoma for child sex crimes

Oklahoma police arrested a Kansas man on child sex crimes last week. The Morton County Sheriff's Office and Elkhart Police Department conducted a search warrant at a residence in Elkhart on April 17. It stemmed from allegations that were brought against Luke Loganbill in Texas County, Oklahoma.

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Oklahoma lawmakers fighting against pharmacy restrictions

Hundreds of locally-owned pharmacies in Oklahoma are depending on the 'Right to Pharmacy Choice Act' to be passed in order to keep up with larger competitors and allow customers to decide where their prescription are filled.

KFOR

Deadly superbug cases confirmed in Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY - Two cases of a potentially deadly fungal infection resistant to drugs have been documented in Oklahoma in the last two years. "Yeast can cause infection in a number of different body sites," said Dr. David Chansolme, medical director of Infection Prevention for Integris Health.

KFOR

Oklahoma teenager injured during drive-by shooting

OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities say an Oklahoma teenager is recovering following a drive-by shooting in Oklahoma City. Around 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, emergency crews were called to a reported drive-by shooting near S.E. 29th and Eastern.

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Police Seize 37 Pounds of Cocaine in Crawford County

CRAWFORD COUNTY, Ark. (KNWA) - Arkansas State Police (ASP) arrested two men from California who were trafficking cocaine. Stephen Cox, 56, and Scott Green, 40, were arrested and face charges of trafficking cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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Oklahoma dog thrown into dumpster 'like a piece of trash'

OKLAHOMA CITY (KWCH) An Oklahoma dog has a second chance at life after he was found in a dumpster last week. Mutt Misfits Animal Rescue Society said it received a call from a partner shelter about the abandoned pup.

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Police: West Fork Woman Had Nearly 5 Pounds Of Pot, Edibles And A Slew Of Other Drugs

WEST FORK, Ark. (KFSM) — Authorities have arrested a West Fork woman accused of selling marijuana in Northwest Arkansas after finding nearly 5 pounds of pot in her home — roughly two pounds of it in edibles.

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Mother, Son Arrested In Connection With 2017 Murder

TULSA, Oklahoma - After nearly two years of searching, two suspects wanted in connection to a the 2017 murder of a Tulsa man are now both in custody. Earlier this month, the Kansas Governor offered a $5,000 reward for any information leading to Diana Bohlander's arrest.

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Foundation accepting applications for ACT prep camp

TAHLEQUAH – Cherokee Nation Foundation is accepting applications for its sixth annual ACT prep camp June 3-8 at Northeastern State University. The free camp is offered to Native students in preparation of their junior and senior year of high school. Students will gain 16 hours of intensive ACT prep

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'All Hands on Deck' for Back-to-Back Fires in Tontitown

WASHINGTON COUNTY, Ark. (KNWA) - The Tontitown Area Fire Department (TAFD) responded to a fire at around 3:30 on April 20. "It was all hands on deck this afternoon," according to TAFD's Facebook. "Crews were challenged by difficult terrain, thick brush, and back-to-back fires."

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