ENID, Okla. — A woman charged last year with welfare fraud, child abuse and obtaining money by false pretense after lying about her daughter’s treatment for cancer pleaded guilty Thursday to all charges.
President Trump, North Korea, health care and Social Security reforms dominated the discussion at U.S. Rep. Tom Cole’s town hall meeting Tuesday in Ada.
A federal arbitrator denied a grievance filed by International Association of Fire Fighters Local 57, which challenged the apportionment of sales tax revenue generated by new business within the urban renewal project area.
I can give "The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature" props for living up to its descriptive title – there were many points watching the film I rolled my eyes, sighed with exasperation or half-chuckled at the animals' actions as they scurried along the movie's 91-minute runtime.
A severe thunderstorm that struck Enid about 7 p.m. Wednesday evening downed trees and power lines, leaving several hundred OG&E customers without power following the storm.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Gov. Mary Fallin said in a Wednesday press release a special session will be necessary to plug a $215 million hole in the state budget, though she did not officially call legislators to the Capitol for a special session.
Who doesn’t like bears, at least the furry, cuddly kind? From teddy bears created in both the U.S. and Germany in the early 1900s to the storytelling, magical Teddy Ruxpin coming on the scene in the mid 1980s, lovable bears have been bringing magic to children’s lives for more than 100 years.
Gov. Mary Fallin said in a Wednesday press release that a special session would be necessary to plug a $215 million hole in the state budget, though she did not officially call legislators to the Capitol for a special session.
UPDATE 12:12 p.m. — Friendly Market property, seized during a 2015 investigation, still hasn't been returned, but the issue moved closer to a conclusion today at the Oklahoma State Supreme Court in Oklahoma City.
When Brian and Jennifer Allenbaugh moved into the tiny rental on the corner of East Cherry, they didn't know they were going to turn it into a destination.
What started as a conceptual drawing of trails near Town Branch Creek in 1992 has expanded to a two-mile trail system connecting city parks, expected to be finalized this year.
The natural water sources within Cherokee County are numerous, but some aren't easy to find, hidden away and touched by few tourists - like one gem on Fourteen-Mile Creek.
Surety Apartments Manager Olivia Gutierrez fielded phone calls between the elevator repair company and residents needing assistance on Tuesday afternoon as she prepared to carry food and mail up to the fourth floor to a resident who can't navigate the stairs.
A Muskogee woman has been charged in Muskogee County District Court after allegedly having sexual intercourse with a 15-year-old she met through a summer track team.
ENID, Okla. — District Judge Paul Woodward recused himself Tuesday from the case involving six people indicted last month on charges of second-degree manslaughter for the death of a Garfield County Detention Facility inmate last year.
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation has reported that a second person has been arrested in connection with a shooting in Chickasha on Aug. 10.
Oklahoma County continues to discuss the idea of who should be placed in the Oklahoma County Jail. Meanwhile building a new county jail has been put on the back burner, said Ray Vaughn, county commissioner.
Another week of unseasonably cool temperatures and periodic showers has helped give many garden crops (and gardeners) a nice break from the normal weather conditions of mid-August.
Police say video footage shows a man fatally shot by his bail bonds agent never had control of or knowledge of the agent's gun, despite her initial allegations of a struggle.
Citizens Bank of Edmond’s Heard on Hurd returns to downtown Edmond from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday. The ‘back to school’-themed event will feature three dozen food trucks, pop-up shops, three musical performances, street performers, events in the Citizen’s Bank community lobby and an activity-filled kid’s area.
The different points of destination for the riders leaving Saturday may speak to the different personalities of those in the motorcycle community. Many of the guests at Big Jim's agreed they aren't all cut from the same cloth.
Muskogee’s Honor Heights Park is in much better shape today than it was a few years ago, thanks in large part to an influx of funds from the City of Muskogee Foundation.
City councilors on Monday amended an ordinance that increases the penalty for a selected class of motorists convicted of texting while driving within Muskogee's municipal boundaries.
A veteran who was becoming dependent on opioids for his back pain credits the local VA medical center with weaning him off and finding a successful non-opioid alternative.
STILLWATER – There was never a struggle between a bail bondsman and her client before she shot him as he tried to escape her office in downtown Stillwater on Aug. 9, according to a Stillwater police officer who described video he observed of the incident in an affidavit filed in Payne County District Court.
Long wait times for veteran patients wanting to get appointments at the Jack C. Montgomery VA Medical Center in Muskogee could be getting some relief from recent congressional action.
Christian entertainer Mark Lowry is bringing his unique blend of laughter and praise to Enid on Dec. 14 for The Baptist Foundation of Oklahoma’s annual family Christmas celebration at Central National Bank Event Center.
A months-long Federal Bureau of Investigation undercover operation ended early Saturday morning after an Oklahoma man attempted to detonate a vehicle bomb in downtown Oklahoma City.
STILLWATER – A Stillwater man was sentenced to a three-year suspended sentence, with the exception of 180 days in the Payne County Jail, at a court hearing Aug. 2 in a Payne County courtroom.
It’s not unusual for a daughter to make her mother’s dishes. For Norman ceramics artist Liv Egan, however, we’re not talking favorite recipes. She actually makes plates, bowls and saucers for her mom, Hope.
County commissioners, already struggling amid deficits and funding cuts to their operations, have eyed a new schedule of fines with suspicion and trepidation.