TAHLEQUAH — The Cherokee Nation Attorney General’s office added five new charges of false personation against a Tahlequah woman initially charged last month in tribal court with one count of election fraud and one count of false personation, according to a media release
HUNTSVILLE – After just a few hours of deliberating earlier this month, the first jury to hear a criminal case since the COVID-19 pandemic delivered a guilty verdict to a man on trial for copper theft.
HUNTSVILLE — Officials with the Huntsville Police Department say that they have arrested a Gregg County man wanted for a murder in Longview.
HUNTSVILLE — Debated outside the view of the public, members of the Huntsville City Council unanimously voted to construct city hall at its current location.
More passengers flew in or out of John Murtha Johnstown-Cambria County Airport last month than during any May since 2012.
Pulitzer Prize-winner Jeffery Gerritt, editor of The Herald in Sharon and New Castle News, has won another national honor – this year’s Sigma Delta Chi Award for editorial writing from the Society of Professional Journalists.
After a two-year hiatus, Pinky and Crystal Harrison are bringing their family’s homestyle southern cooking back to the community under a new legacy at Pinky’s To-Go.
Sports fans, tennis players, runners and anybody looking for a picnic meal or take-home dinner will now be able to grab some Rayne's Backyard BBQ at Roxbury Park.
Rogers State University invites area business and organizations to promote their services, job openings, discounts and volunteer opportunities to students at the 2021 Big Tent Day event on August 18. Big Tent Day was canceled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.