A Blanchard man is facing assault and battery charges after he allegedly broke a man's arm with a golf club.
By gutting the 2015 sage grouse conservation plans, the Trump administration this past week signed away the protections that would have supported the survival of the sage grouse and the 350 species in the sagebrush ecosystem across 11 Western states.
Editor's Note: Elise Solloway is a correspondent for the Woodward News. She recently received a kidney transplant after fighting a genetic kidney disease. She underwent successful transplant surgery in October and will share her story over the next three issues of the Woodward News.
The Bureau of Indian Affairs has told the Cherokee Nation it disagrees with the tribal high court's ability to establish laws, specifically in regard to the case of the Freedmen - and that provisions in the 1976 tribal constitution should still stand.
A Tuesday morning police pursuit ended at approximately 5 a.m. when a woman fleeing from police slammed her car into Speedway Grille on West Okmulgee Avenue.
Students young and old were congratulated amid music and cheers Tuesday night as they graduated from a collection of programs under the Bridges Out Of Poverty umbrella.
The Woodward County Board of Education met Monday evening where Woodward High School Principal Brad Logan and Deputy Superintendent Jerry Burch presented data collected by the state showing testing score trends from the last three years, a report card of sorts.
The relationship between OU President James Gallogly and his predecessor, David Boren, has crumbled amid threats and feuding over the financial status of the university and other issues, according to multiple sources within the university community.
EDMOND — The top dogs from across the country and around the world will be returning to Orlando, Fla. Saturday and Sunday for the 18th annual AKC National Championship presented by Royal Canin. Local resident, Sara Winsted McMillan and her male saluki, Puzzle, will be among contenders at the event.
The statue depicts a soldier calling for a helicopter to rescue a second, wounded warrior. While visitors stand nearby the memorial, they download video and audio histories of the veterans who came before them, preserving the stories in data that will outlive the tellers.
Dr. Nicole Jarvis, a Norman OB-GYN, said Parkinson's disease has so far affected approximately 1 million people in the United States, including about 15,000 Oklahomans. Jarvis is one of them.
A Waukomis Police Department report lists two people killed in a fire this summer at a home on Highland Drive as Rusty Dean Hurst and Stephanie Rae Hurst.
A Contest of Candidacy has been filed with the Oklahoma County Election Board on a candidate for city council in Edmond. Ward 2 Council member candidate, Matt Thomas has filed a Petition for Contest of Candidacy challenging the candidacy of Josh Moore.
Noble County law enforcement officers killed a man Sunday night after he brandished a gun after officers forced his vehicle to crash, according to he Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation.
"To The Stars" was chosen from among 14,250 submissions to the festival and will make its world premiere during the 2019 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Salt Lake City at Sundance Mountain Resort.
Paperwhites are December’s flower. Narcissus tazetta, sweet fragrance, tall stems, delicate flowers – all these traits instill a sense of purity to a familiar bulb. Before it even blooms, I enjoy the striking contrast of the deep brown, parchment like skins that encase the bulb. Paperwhites’ classic, symmetrical shape leave no question to a novice of which end is planted up.
If you regularly spend time with anyone ages 12-19, you’ve probably noticed that more and more kids are vaping, juuling, or using some type of e-cigarette product. But if youth haven’t started using these devices, then they’re certainly talking about them. Schools around the state are reporting use of e-cigarettes and vaping devices in almost epidemic proportions, and new data from the 2018 National Youth Tobacco Survey shows that this problem is plaguing schools nationwide.
‘Tis the season to decorate for the holidays. A big, beautiful tree covered with twinkling lights and shiny ornaments can be found in many homes across the country. However, if you’re limited on your inside space, this holiday tradition may not be a reality – unless you get a little bit creative.
Some of the solutions EPS has implemented have been helpful, he said, but none of them measure up to the size of the larger problem, which is bigger by far than EPS, Enid, or Oklahoma: bridging the digital divide. It's a divide that falls largely along economic lines.
Three Forks Harbor appeared for a while to be in jeopardy of losing its marina, but a closer examination of all the issues seems to have locked down its future for the foreseeable future.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — In the House Lounge on the third floor of the Missouri Capitol, Neosho-born artist Thomas Hart Benton gives visitors a larger-than-life look at the state’s history.
NORMAN — As the Oklahoma legislature prepares for the upcoming spring session, leadership positions for parties in both the House and Senate have been set; Norman is well-represented.
Multiple charges have been filed in Payne County District Court against the suspect who was injured in a shootout last month with a Payne County Sheriff’s deputy. James Clyde Jenkins III is facing counts of stalking, unlawful discharge of a firearm into a dwelling, possession of a firearm, attempting to elude and shooting with intent to kill.
Former District 17 State Rep. Mike Mass was injured and his wife, Suzanne Mass, died Friday night in a two-car accident near Stringtown.
Federal transportation officials announced on Friday the award of a $5.7 million BUILD Transportation grant to the Muskogee City-County Port Authority.
Critics of the rapid expansion of industrialized poultry operations in northeastern Oklahoma expressed some skepticism about emergency rules state agriculture officials will consider adopting next week.
NORMAN — Three women are in the hospital following a multi-jurisdiction high-speed pursuit that ended just east of Norman Friday morning, according to Oklahoma Highway Patrol spokesperson Sarah Stewart.
You can be just about anything or anybody you want after a trip to the Aceco Party Store: Alice in Wonderland, a ninja, Uncle Sam, Hello Kitty, Tigger or Winnie the Pooh, a trekkie, a horse or Elsa from "Frozen."
The rezoning request made by Forgotten Ministries involves property at 301 E. Iowa, on the southeast corner of 3rd and Iowa, slated for a transitional living center with a maximum density of 12 people.
A local sports club is collecting socks for veterans in need, in hopes of raising their morale and keeping their feet healthy this holiday season.
One of the men was walking toward the front door of the business and appeared "startled" to see police, according to the affidavit. He fled back into the business and later was found in a dryer.
Magnus Carlsen of Norway defended his title as World Chess Championship against challenger Fabiano Caruana of the United States this past month. Caruana went toe to toe with Carlsen and forced the match into the tiebreaks. The sped-up time controls favored Carlsen, who then prevailed.
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