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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


Muskogee 9th Grader, Brother Killed In Weekend House Fire

MUSKOGEE, Oklahoma - The Muskogee Fire Department says they are still investigating the fire that killed two people over the weekend. A home caught fire early Sunday morning, killing a 32-year-old man and his 15-year-old brother.


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.


Oklahoma Outlaw joins Wagoner Area Chamber

While searching for the perfect place to relocate on South Main Street, the Oklahoma Outlaw Bail Bonds company settled in at 108 S. Main St. They bought the building that needed some work and came with extra tenants – ghosts.


Muskogee man charged with robbery, assault

A Muskogee man faces charges of robbery and assault after he allegedly struck another man with a stick, shut-off valve and sink hose, according to court documents. Jason Eric Callahan, 51, was charged Monday with robbery with a weapon and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. Callahan alleged


Fire destroys historic Wagoner home

A home built during the days when Oklahoma was still Indian Territory was a total loss after fire leveled the multi-story structure at 1101 S. Powell on March 16. The home, which is part of the Historical Registry, is owned by Janelle Richardson.


Fire Damages Muskogee Restaurant

MUSKOGEE, Oklahoma - Firefighters responded to an early morning fire in Muskogee at The China King restaurant. Firefighters say the fire started a little before 6 a.m. Monday. The building was heavily damaged.


Oklahoma Supreme Court rejects request to delay opioid trial

The Oklahoma Supreme Court on Monday denied a request by drugmakers to delay the start of an upcoming trial against them in the state for allegedly helping to fuel the opioid epidemic.


Oklahoma emergency officials: ‘DO NOT seek shelter under an overpass’ during storms

OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahomans got a taste of severe storms over the weekend just a few days into this spring. A round of storms brought strong winds, hail and rain to much of the Oklahoma City metro.


Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton Cuddle Together During Spring Break With Her Kids In Oklahoma

Gwen Stefani and her brood are spending spring break in Blake Shelton’s Oklahoma homebase, where they’re checking off all the must-do activities of the countryside: fishing, hiking and more.


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


Family members saddened by loss of brothers to fire

Joshua Alcazar talked to his brothers Sergio Alcazar and Edgar Cruz "every day." "There wasn't a day when we didn't talk," said Joshua. "Whether it was by phone, text or Snapchat, we talked every single day."


WCSO conducts narcotic interdictions along Highway 69

Members of the Wagoner County Sheriff’s Office, Wagoner Police Department, and a member of the Rogers County Sheriff’s Office conducted narcotic interdictions on U.S. Highway 69 on March 17.


Wagoner's Holy Week schedule released

The Wagoner Holy Week schedule for April 15-19 has been released. Here are the planned events. The host church is Church of God at 115 S. State St., Pastor Bruce and Virginia VonWald. Lunch will be at noon with various churches providing the food and a short devotion.


Wagoner community meeting to discuss a Boys and Girls Club for Wagoner

There will be a community meeting held on Friday, April 12 at 7 p.m., at the Lincoln Enrichment Center, 902 Martin Luther King Blvd. The meeting will discuss the possibility of a Boys and Girls Club of America opening in Wagoner.


Wagoner scores two victories in Ketchum Classic

Wagoner found the winning way in the Ketchum Hardball Classic by posting a 2-1 record in the rain-shortened tournament. The Bulldogs improved to 2-6 on the season after posting wins over Chelsea 8-4 and Lincoln, Ark., 9-6. The opening game loss was against Adair by an 8-6 count.