During the past 10 decades, Norman resident Hubert Baker lived through the Great Depression, World War II, some controversial military conflicts and witnessed America's moon landing in 1969.
A Jasper veteran, attempting to walk nearly 100 miles from Jasper to Huntsville to keep an appointment with the Veterans Administration (VA) on Wednesday caught a break - and a ride - when a Walker County deputy spotted him.
WAGONER — A former Muskogee man has been charged in the 1995 slaying of Donald Hawley following the reopening of Hawley's case in November of last year, said District 27 District Attorney Jack Thorp.
Incumbent Republican Mayor Duke Bennett captured a historic fourth term in Tuesday’s Terre Haute municipal election, tying for the second-longest serving mayor in city history.
TAFT, Okla. – Tess Harjo, 28, couldn’t restraint her joy. She hugged and hugged her aunts, her grandmother and other relatives, one after another, on her first day of freedom from prison in nearly two years.
CLARION, Pa. — More than a year after the accident that killed two Mercer County men and injured two more, Joseph Michael Flynn appeared in court Monday as his attorney made the argument that Flynn was not the driver.
Shenango Area School District Superintendent Michael Schreck is clearing the air about the estimated $4.9 million sports complex project that has been creating a stir around the township since June.
A global business services company is adding 245 full-time and seasonal customer service positions at its call center near Interstate 69, an announcement that’s being hailed as “fantastic news” for the town of about 1,700 residents.
A new bill that went into effect Friday aims to improve quality of life for military families in Oklahoma, by allowing military spouses to transfer professional licenses and credentials from other states.
As was anticipated, the opponents of the proposed Lone Oak Solar Energy Center have filed a second lawsuit against the Madison County Board of Zoning Appeals.
Despite the cold weather arriving in Cherokee County early this year, locals and visitors still have a variety of places they can go to enjoy outdoor recreation.
A judge will decide Monday if a key witness in an upcoming murder trial should be labeled a jailhouse informant and a special instruction given to jurors before they deliberate.
Police and sheriff’s officers in the McAlester area were among those preparing for the state of Oklahoma’s Open so-called Constitutional carry law to go into effect Friday — unless those who are opposed to it were successful in a final court attempt to stop the law from going into effect.
October is a month of fun and spooky adventures for the kids, for others it is a time to indulge in scares for chills and thrills, and for some it is a time of remembrance of those who have passed.
HARRISBURG — The General Assembly on Tuesday passed a landmark election reform bill that will help counties pay to replace voting machines ahead of the 2020 election while making a variety of other changes to election law.
The trial of a 29-year-old Enid woman accused of shaking a 5-month-old baby last year continued Tuesday with testimony from the boy's mother, his doctor and several police officers.
A suspect was arrested shortly after 3 p.m. Monday, and charged with capital murder in the deaths of Kevin Berry, Jr., 23, of Dallas, and Byron Craven, Jr., 23, of Arlington, at an off-campus Texas A&M homecoming party.
Nonprofit hospitals, including Community Howard Regional Health and St. Vincent Kokomo, are charging significantly more than Medicare will pay for procedures, leaving patients with potentially large bills, according a study published in May by the Rand Corp.
Now that approximately 200 Indiana farmers who were granted special permits to grow hemp this season have largely finished harvesting the crop, uncertainty remains over how lucrative it will be, even as new uses — and thus new markets — for hemp are uncovered.
WHITLEY COUNTY — The investigation of James Lovitt Jr.’s actions as Executive Director of the Williamsburg Housing Authority still continues.
Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services created the position to fill a gap when PreventionWorkz, a regional prevention center serving Alfalfa, Garfield, Grant, Kingfisher, Logan and Major counties, closed last November after 25 years of operation.
CORBIN — “We just provided a vehicle for people to do what was already in their hearts to do,” said Paul Sims. “We just gave them a way to do it.”
CLARKSVILLE — Two years ago, Ann Rothpletz made a split-second decision that would save the life of a man she didn't know. On Tuesday, she became the second woman in history to receive the U.S. Coast Gold Life Saving Medal for her heroism.
SHARON – Charges against a father and son accused of threatening to kill a witness in a double arson case have been waived to Mercer County Common Pleas Court.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Although the sale of Haven House, Southern Indiana's only homeless shelter, is up to a month away, future owners are already laying groundwork to continue and improve services to homeless in the community, including seeking solutions to permanent supportive housing.
Just over a year after Nancy Giles disappeared from the Johnstown area and almost five months after her remains were found buried in a shallow grave on a hillside in the city, Cambria County Coroner Jeffrey Lees has officially ruled her death a homicide.
Health officials across the country are expressing concern about the growing number of people with a sexually transmitted disease, as a recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicated rates of syphilis, chlamydia, and gonorrhea have risen for the fifth year.
Across Indiana, harvest of corn and soybeans is running about two weeks behind last year. And, after an odd growing year and a trade war, farmers are hoping for some recovery in prices.
VERNON TOWNSHIP — An atmosphere of nervous anticipation could be felt in the Vernon Township Municipal Building in the moments leading up to a question-and-answer forum Thursday evening featuring the two candidates in the county’s most contentious race this political season.
ENID, Okla. — An area church already has bought and forgiven $1 million in medical debt, and is teaming up with an Enid congregation to forgive another $3.5 million in medical debt in Northwest Oklahoma.
PITMAN — A Christmas tree from a lower Northumberland County farm is headed to the White House for this holiday season.
Attorneys with pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson asked a Cleveland County district judge Tuesday to reduce the amount of money he ordered the company to pay Oklahoma by $355 million.
Running hundreds of feet along the floor through the center of Mounds Mall, a high-pressure hose supplies water to the Dr. Tavel Family Eye Care store.