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Thousands of dollars worth of narcotics stolen from Sulphur nursing home

SULPHUR, Okla. (KXII) -Sulphur Police Chief David Shores says it's the second time in three weeks thousands of dollars worth of narcotics were stolen from the Artesian nursing home.Shores says Tuesday morning they got a report of a break in at the Artesian home.He says 202 doses of norco, 7 patches

KXII.COM - 2018-08-16 18:27:00

Oklahoma School for the Deaf shuts down campus after receiving threatening phone call

Enrollment, which was previously scheduled for Saturday, August 18, has been postponed until further notice.

KFOR - 2018-08-16 21:37:59

Okla. School for Deaf closes due to threat against employee

They believe that threat is connected to a series of social media posts, phone calls, and emails alleging that a relative of that employee made negative comments about the transgender female student attending Achille Public Schools.

KXII.COM - 2018-08-16 17:19:00

Four arrested for burglarizing Ardmore stores

ARDMORE, Okla. (KXII) -Surveillance footage shows one of the men busting the front window of the CBD Plus store then the 4 men get inside.The men are seen removing, then taking off with the register that had $200 in it.The owners say they also took vape pens and packages of gummies.The group left be


Ardmore officials consider marijuana rules

"This is like a whole new charted territory," said Development Services Department interim director Jessica Scott. "It's like new ground for everyone, and so that's why we really need the work session, to kind of discuss it."

KTEN.COM - 2018-08-16 00:00:00

Konawa seniors help new coach adjust on the fly

James didn’t arrive on the KHS campus until two weeks before the fastpitch season started, and things have been moving at a lightning pace for him and the Lady Tigers. But James told The Ada News during the team’s Photo Day that seniors Kayla Hill, Ashley Fry and Kenley Matthews have helped make the

THE ADA NEWS - 2018-08-17 12:15:00

Ada's first homeless shelter opens to the public

ADA, Okla. (KXII) -President Dania Deschamps-Braly says she named the shelter after Mother Teresa, because she helped everyone despite their religion.

KXII.COM - 2018-08-15 21:05:00

Déjà Vu For Old Sulphur Days

The event was the return of historic Sulphur Days from the past. Family oriented attractions included games, crafts booths, and food trucks.


Arrests go up in home invasion

Six-figure bond totals are keeping four Davis suspects behind bars as a fifth defendant soon followed on allegations they orchestrated a robbery attempt at a rural residence in southern Garvin County.The first four include a mother, her teenage sons and her boyfriend as each one faces formal crimina


This Oklahoma Town Just a Short Drive Away From Wichita Falls, Named the Prettiest in the State

If you're someone that likes to walk around and enjoy nature. This may be the town for you.Northeast of Wichita Falls, you will find Davis, Oklahoma. According toArchitectural Digest, they're the prettiest town in Oklahoma. They're home to the tallest waterfall in Oklahoma. Maybe they should have be


Pursued EC man dies in crash

Questions still remain on why an Elmore City man was fleeing a law enforcement officer when the motorcycle he was riding crashed this week resulting in his death.A report released by the Oklahoma Highway Patrol shows 56-year-old Thell Stephen Terry was on the run when the deadly crash occurred the a


More details released on charges filed in Ardmore double murder

ARDMORE, Okla. (KXII) -Carlton Franklin, 32, the suspect facing two murder charges for the death of Karli Clearman and Justin Sullivan in November appeared in court Thursday.Court documents allege Franklin shot Clearman several times in the torso and Sullivan in neck and head - killing them last yea


Footwear drive on for area kids

The Restored Hearts & Soles Foundation is now holding a sock and shoe drive to provide the less fortunate kids throughout Garvin County with free footwear.Drop off socks or make monetary donations at First United Bank in PV, 315 W. Grant, through Aug. 17.Donations can also be mailed to RHS, P.O. Box


Report: Double murder suspect was supposed to be in state custody during crime

According to Department of Corrections records obtained by KXII,Franklin was supposed to be serving a nine-year sentence on a drug conviction at the time of the murders. However, Franklin told The Frontier that he walked away from a halfway house.


Food and Resource Center continues to help feed thousands

ARDMORE, Okla. (KXII) -"Average family leaves here with 90 pounds of groceries, probably $200 to $300 worth of groceries," James Rosson said.Executive Director James Rosson says about a quarter of a million dollars worth of food is given out to families from Carter, Love, Murray and Johnston countie


Fun times of rodeo days away

The fun times of the rodeo are about to fire out of the gate as an annual tradition returns to Pauls Valley's arena this coming weekend.Tradition, sure, as it's the 74th version of the Heritage Days Rodeo set for an 8 p.m. start Friday and Saturday, Aug. 17-18.Rachel Cash of the PV Round Up Club wan


Ada police offer tips to help prevent sexting, cyberbullying

Parents shouldn’t be afraid to talk to their children about sexting, cyberbullying and other difficult topics, said Ada Police Department Patrolman Allen Musser.


Video: Widespread Death, Beatings, Neglect on Oklahoma Egg Farm | PETA

Murray County, Okla.– New PETAvideo footageof a farm near Sulphur, Oklahoma, that supplies eggs to The Kroger Co. and Oklahoma City–based Braum’s, Inc., which operates nearly 300 stores in five states, reveals that hens were beaten to death, dead ones were left to rot alongside survivors inside batt


Cooper sentenced to life + 105 years in 2016 Byng murder

Charles Michael Cooper, 28, was sentenced to serve life without the possibility of parole for the Aug. 16, 2016, murder of his neighbor, 55-year-old Cindy Allen, in her residence near Byng.


Water park to soon go weekends

With summer counting down to the start of another school year the splish splash of a park in Pauls Valley is about to change its schedule.As in the past the outdoor PV Water Park will move from its daily times to weekends only when school classrooms get revved back up.Sitting in his office with a go