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Oklahoma Girl Found At Home With Deceased Mother

Authorities found a four-year-old girl sitting on her front porch in Pontotoc County and living in the home with her mother, who had died several days ago. Investigators initially believe there was no foul play in the death of Alexandra Paul, but drugs may have played a role in the woman’s death. Lighthorse Police Officers contacted Indian Child Welfare to start working on providing services for the girl.
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UPDATE: Caddo County fire burns over 4,700 acres

CADDO COUNTY, Okla. (KSWO) - Comanche County Emergency Management released new information on the fire which broke out in Caddo County near the Comanche County line on Monday. Officials said the fire burned around 4,700 acres. Thankfully nobody was injured and there’s no known damage to structures. Around 235...
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Explore Oklahoma’s Forgotten Underwater Ghost Town

Just about every time Southwest Oklahoma enters a deep drought, there's a lake north of Altus that gets so low you can explore the remnants of an old ghost town that normally lies beneath the water line. The story is a little odd, but these are the facts. As the...

Car lands in Washita river, two dead

A double fatality accident was discovered and reported Sunday, August 14th at the Washita River on OK-9 in Fort Cobb, Caddo County.  A 2012 Chevrolet Traverse driven by Benjamin P Horse, 45 of Anadarko was discovered in the Washita River approximately a half mile north of County Road 1330.  According...

Gov. Stitt explains decision to stay Richard Glossip execution

TULSA, Okla. — Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt is explaining why he temporarily stayed the execution of death row inmate Richard Glossip for 60 days after issuing an executive order Tuesday. Glossip’s case and pending execution has received national attention because Glossip only ordered the murder he was convicted for,...

National Death Penalty Opponents To Visit Little Rock

Little Rock, Ark. – Death penalty opponents organizing to stop currently scheduled executions in Texas and Oklahoma will meet with Arkansas allies this evening at 6:30pm, at Central Church of Christ, 823 West 6th St. in Little Rock. The program, entitled “Voices of Experience on the Death Penalty,” features Death Penalty Action Executive Director Abraham Bonowitz, Impacted Communities Liaison Charles Keith, and Little Rock resident Rev. Dr. Jeff Hood, a member of Death Penalty Action’s Advisory Board.

Oklahoma troopers getting big pay hike

(KTEN) — Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt has announced a big pay hike for Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers. "I promised that we would provide law enforcement officers with competitive pay, and we got that one done," the Republican governor said on Tuesday. "Troopers of the Oklahoma Highway Patrol are getting a 30 percent pay increase."

Woman O’s return eight starters for brand spanking new season

ELGIN – A mixture of seasoned veterans and younger gamers ought to push the Woman Owls softball staff to better heights this season, head coach Levi Garrett mentioned. Extra pitching depth and better staff pace may additionally assist Elgin enhance on its 18-22 document from the 2021 season that ended with a regional match loss to eventual Class 4A state runner-up Tuttle.

Planning a Fall Garden

Many local gardens did well this year in spite of the high temperatures. Many vegetables and herbs that were planted last spring produced a good harvest. As we know, Oklahoman gardens can produce delicious tomatoes, squash, cucumbers, onions and many other vegetables. However, other gardens didn’t fare as well. Heat stress, drought, bugs and disease greatly reduced our harvest. Thankfully gardeners in our climate have the benefit of two gardening seasons. If your plants have begun to struggle, or have quit producing, consider undertaking a fall garden.

News to Know: Richard Glossip’s execution postponed, Ewert park stabbing plea, and partial abortion vote recount

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt issued a 60-day stay of execution for death row inmate Richard Glossip. The motel manager was convicted of murder in the 1997 death of his boss. The Republican governor’s office said he issued the stay to let the state court of criminal appeals complete its review of a petition for a new...

State Sues Vendor Over Misuse Of Funding

There are new developments surrounding issues with a pandemic-related program put on by the governor's office using federal funds. The State of Oklahoma is now suing the vendor for the way it administered and distributed approximately $8 million. News 9's Augusta McDonnell has more on the lawsuit.

Don Knight Attorney Representing Richard Glossip, May Be Innocent of Murder

Don Knight is an attorney (from Littleton, CO) representing Richard Glossip, a man who may be a month away from execution by the state of Oklahoma for a crime that it looks increasingly likely that he didn't commit. Even pro-death penalty hardcore conservatives in Oklahoma are saying they will move for the repeal of the death penalty in the state if Glossip's case is not carefully re-examined prior to Mr. Glossip being put to death.