JEFFERSONVILLE — A judge has ruled that a Clark County man accused of murder and potentially facing the death penalty if convicted has the right to decide whether to pursue the insanity defense.
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ENID, Okla. — Emmanuel Enid pastor Wade Burleson submitted a motion Tuesday morning to the annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention in Birmingham, Ala., to formally adopt a report critical of how the church has handled reports of sexual abuse.
A federal jury found a man accused of kidnapping a girl and fathering her nine children guilty.
The Cherokee Nation Supreme Court upheld the CN Election Commission's decision to disqualify David Walkingstick Tuesday, leaving only Chuck Hoskin Jr. and Dick Lay on the ticket for principal chief.
The 2018 legislative session wrapped up this week at the Capitol and adjourned Sine Die on Thursday, with the Senate giving final approval to …
For the first time ever, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a piece of legislation that would amend the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to dismantle discrimination of LGBTQ people. The Equality Act would grant women and the LGBTQ community rights already guaranteed for all Americans. With a passage of 236-173, the U.S. House sends the bill to the Senate for possible amendments, debate and vote of final passage.
When pulled over for a traffic stop near her home, Shayna Stephens pulled into her driveway which after some questing led to the finding of 20 marijuana plants belonging to her husband Matthew Brett Stephens. Matthew Stephens is now wanted by the Drug and Violent Crimes Task Force (DVCTF) for the cultivation of controlled substance.