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Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Pauls Valley
PAULS VALLEY, Oklahoma - The City of Pauls Valley is facing a class action lawsuit. The suit was filed Thursday in Garvin County and represents around 150 employees who haven't been paid.
Bulldogs Settle For Silver Ball
The Bulldog’s Trey Kiser, right, and Sulphur Superintendent Paula Crawford, center, accept the Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activities Association silver trophy following the state title game at Western Heights High School last Friday.
Former Oklahoma player sentenced to five years in prison
A former Oklahoma football player has been sentenced to five years in federal prison after pleading guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud, which cost investors nearly $900,000, the Department of Justice announced Thursday.
Let John Grisham Introduce The Innocent Man, Netflix's Newest True Crime Docuseries
Netflix is still on a quest for justice, and this time it's alongside bestselling author John Grisham. The Innocent Man is a docuseries inspired by Grisham's only non-fiction novel that focuses on two murders and four wrongful convictions in the 80s in Ada, Oklahoma. In the clip above, exclusive to
Grand jury push eyes hospital
An accounting of monies related to Pauls Valley’s now closed hospital, along with the city’s licenses for several nursing homes, is at the heart of a current push for a grand jury investigation.
Former Oklahoma resident, Saudi citizen pleads guilty to terror related charges
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (RNN Texoma) - A Saudi Arabia citizen and former resident of Weatherford has pleaded guilty of visa fraud and making a false statement to the FBI by, among other things, concealing his application to and attendance of an al Qaeda training camp in Afghanistan.
Three people killed in Thursday wrecks along Oklahoma roads
Three people involved in Thursday wrecks along Oklahoma highways have died, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported. About 2:35 p.m. Thursday, George W. Carlton, 67, of Healdton, was driving a pickup on State Highway 76, just south of Healdton. The pickup and a car driven by Flegel were involved in a c
OSBI investigates in custody death
LONE GROVE, Okla. (KXII) - OSBI Special Agent Steve Tanner says Tuesday around noon they got a call from officials to take over the investigation of the death of Scott Pumphrey.
Hundreds Attend Park’s Candlelight Tour
Despite a cold and rainy evening, over 100 visitors enjoyed the Historic Candlelight Tour on Friday night at Flower Park. On Saturday the tour was moved indoors to the Sulphur High School auditorium where about 75 enjoyed skits presented on stage.
City Council OKs 3 Strikes And You’re Out Policy
Group Votes To Not Make A Change In Paying Overtime To Some But Not All Workers. Sulphur Council members approved an action on amending Chapter 6, Section 17 of the City of Sulphur Employee Personnel Policy regarding disciplinary action and progressive discipline at its regular monthly meeting Monda
Missouri man found dead by hunters in northeast Oklahoma
CARDIN — Hunters in far northeast Oklahoma on Wednesday found the body of a 24-year-old Missouri man. Investigators said the hunters found the body of Tyler Applebee, who is from southwest Missouri. Authorities said at this time there is no known connection between Applebee and Oklahoma, according t
Debbie Carter Murder: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know
Debbie Carter was a 21-year-old woman living in Ada, Oklahoma whose subsequent rape and murder in 1982 sparked a decades-long search for justice, including two imprisonments of innocent men, Ron Williamson and Dennis Fritz. After those two men were exonerated in 1999, Glen Gore was convicted, charge
Settlement Grant To Fund Schools’ Wellness Policy
Sulphur Public Schools recently received a $25,000 grant from the Oklahoma Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust. According to a spokesperson in the superintendent’s office, the grant will help fund the Wellness Policy.
Murray County toy, clothing drive benefits kids in child protective services
SULPHUR, Okla. (KXII) One restaurant in Sulphur is starting a new Christmas tradition to help kids in Murray County. The Boomerang Diner franchise in Sulphur is gathering toys and clothes for kids in child protective services to give them a better holiday.
Police release video of moments before Lone Grove inmate's death
LONE GROVE, Okla. -- Video footage of the moments leading up to the death of an inmate at the Lone Grove City Jail this week has been released. We want to warn you some of the video is graphic and may be disturbing to some. In it you see everything from Scott Lee Pumphrey picking up the bag to medic
Oklahoma mother upset after she says he was arrested for chronic school absences
MUSKOGEE, Okla. – An Oklahoma mother claims that her son was taken into police custody after he missed too many days of school. Stephanie, who didn’t want her last name used, told FOX 23 that she received a phone call from Muskogee Public Schools on Wednesday, telling her that her son had been taken
These Are The 10 Worst Places To Live In Oklahoma For 2019
Join RoadSnacks ▼ Editor’s Note: This article is an opinion based on facts and is meant as infotainment. Don’t freak out we updated this article for 2019. This is our fifth time ranking the worst places to live in Oklahoma.
Silver Alert for missing Murray County senior
MURRAY COUNTY, Okla. -- Murray County has issued a Silver Alert for a senior citizen who is missing near Mill Creek. Authorities are looking for 75-year-old William Haggart. He was last seen along Cyrus Harris Road.
Oklahoma woman facing charges after allegedly leaving teen at rest stop
ROGERS COUNTY, Okla. – An Oklahoma woman is facing charges after police say she left a 17-year-old with autism at a rest stop in Kansas. On Nov. 29, investigators say a 17-year-old boy with autism, who can’t speak, was found at a Kansas rest stop without any identification.
7 Dogs, Coach Dixon Honored
The Class 3A-2 All-District awards were announced last week and to no surprise, they were headlined by Sulphur standout, Trey Kiser. The senior was named 3A-2 MVP in his final season for the Dogs, after leading them to a state runner-up finish.