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Garvin County highway likely to be closed for several hours following rollover crash

PAULS VALLEY, Okla. (KOKH) —A highway in Garvin County is expected to be closed for several hours after a semi rollover.The Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports that around 7:45 a.m. Oct. 17 a semi was traveling along SH-19 when it rolled off a bridge just east of the SH-133 intersection.All lanes of SH-

OKCFOX.COM - 2018-10-17 09:02:22

Police Face Difficult Time After Pauls Valley Hospital Closes

“Not only did we lose our ambulance service, we lost our ER at the same time,” said Pauls Valley Police Chief Mitch McGill. “It's a big, big impact. A big impact on the city. I believe that's why the authority has done everything it can do at this point to try and keep it open. It's just come to a p

NEWS9.COM - 2018-10-16 03:37:00

Alcohol plays part in area wreck

According to the report, he was initially admitted in serious condition with trunk internal, trunk external, arm, leg and hand injuries.

PAULS VALLEY DAILY DEMOCRAT - 2018-10-17 01:00:00

Woman escapes alleged pipe wrench attack in Bradley

The victim had placed her child in the backseat of her pickup before she began to put air in the truck's rear tire. According to an incident report, the woman heard a loud crash and looked up to see Bryson Johnson wielding a red, 36-inch pipe wrench.

CHICKASHA NEWS - 2018-10-15 22:14:00

Former Pauls Valley hospital employees confront city manager over closure

The hospital authority, which is made up of the city council members, voted late Friday to close the hospital’s doors, saying there is no money left to keep it open.

KFOR - 2018-10-15 23:25:00

Undersheriff to retire on Oct. 31

“I am writing you, first, to inform you of my upcoming retirement from the Stephens County Sheriff’s Office on Oct. 31, 2018,” Smith’s letter stated. “I will be credited with 10 years and two months of service with Stephens County and will conclude my law enforcement career with just short of 40 yea

DUNCAN BANNER - 2018-10-16 16:00:00

Ada police captain honored for work against domestic violence

“Throughout his distinguished career, Captain Jason Potter has defined heroism,” Hunter said. “With more than two decades at the Ada Police Department and helping crime victims as an advocate, he goes above and beyond the call of duty to assist those in need.

THE ADA NEWS - 2018-10-16 12:15:00

Truck driver hurt in Garvin County crash

Oklahoma State Troopers said the 18-wheeler driven by Rory Chatriand, 41, was headed westbound on State Highway 19 about seven miles east of Pauls Valley when it veered to the right and hit a bridge railing at 7:30 a.m.

KTEN.COM - 2018-10-17 00:00:00

Authorities searching for inmate who walked away from Oklahoma correctional center

Rodriguez was serving Tulsa County sentences for possession of stolen vehicle, possession of a sawed-off shotgun/rifle, drug possession, and committing a felony with a firearm that had its serial number removed.

KFOR

Murray State student charged with rape of woman on campus

According to an affidavit, Dakota Martin says he was playing cards in his dorm room with a friend and a female student. When the game was over, Martin admitted to investigators that he and the friend took the woman’s phone, wallet, keys and other belongings.

KFOR

Oklahoma man attacks woman and her daughter with a pipe wrench

“As she was standing there she heard a big bang,” said Undersheriff Phil Blevins with Grady County. “She looked up, she saw that her brother-in-law had used a wrench, a big pipe wrench, and had hit the windshield of her husband’s vehicle.”

KFOR - 2018-10-16 23:00:18

One person killed in two-vehicle crash in NE Oklahoma City

Officials say two vehicles, a car and an SUV, were traveling westbound on NE 23rd St. near Coltrane around midnight Monday when the SUV crossed the center, overcorrected back into the westbound lane, and then collided with the car.

KFOR

Victim of deadly I-35 crash identified; Metro doctor accused of driving drunk 

The incident happened on October 12, just before 1:30 a.m., on I-35 in Edmond between 15th and 33rd.

KFOR

Emergency Crews Respond To Crash Involving Motorcycle In Moore

Emergency crews respond to an accident near Morthwest 27th Street and I-35 Frontage Road Sunday, Oct. 14, 2018. (Courtesy of Jev Vandergrift)

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Former Pauls Valley hospital employees demand answers following closure

"We have employees who can't pay their electric bill, who can't pay their car payment, can't feed their children, need insurance of some sort," said Frank Avignone, chief executive officer of Alliance Health.

OKCFOX.COM

Steven Adams cancels book signing “due to unforeseen circumstances”

Adams says he will try to reorganize another time for the signing of his recent book, “My Life, My Fight: Rising Up From New Zealand to the OKC Thunder.”

KFOR

Blotter: Woman breaks window to escape after being physically abused by husband for seven hours, police say

Police arrived as a woman was being loaded into an ambulance after an alleged domestic abuse in the 400 block of Stroud Street on Saturday morning.Denton police officers followed the ambulance to the hospital, where they questioned the woman and took a report.A neighbor called police when the woman,

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Ada man killed in collision on SH3E

Oklahoma Highway Patrol records indicate Baeley H.W. Fox, 22, of Ada, was traveling westbound on state Highway 3E around 5:52 p.m. Thursday when the 2016 Dodge Dart he was driving went left of the center line and struck the driver’s side of a 2008 Chevrolet Silverado driven by Dennis L. Howard, 55,

THE ADA NEWS

Pauls Valley hospital to close

“This hospital is close to closing. Absolutely,” said Frank Avignone, CEO of Alliance Health Partners Oklahoma. “We cannot let this hospital close. It is the only facility in the service area that can provide the kinds of services the community needs. Else you’ve got to drive, 30, 40, 50 miles.”

KFOR

Former employees react to Pauls Valley hospital closure

One former employee, who has asked to remain unidentified said, "I never thought a text message would tell me if I had a job or not."

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