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Deputies locate missing 11-year-old last seen in Okay

TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) -- The Wagoner County Sheriff's Office is searching for a missing child Saturday. Deputies say 11-year-old Raleigh Ray Hardesty was last seen near 76th Street North and 43rd Street East in Okay around 11 p.m. Friday. He was wearing a red shirt, dark shorts, and gray high...
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Human remains found in Muskogee County

MUSKOGEE COUNTY, Okla. — Human remains were found north of the port of Muskogee Thursday. Officer Taylor Mills with the Muskogee Police Department said a person tending to the property, just east of the Arkansas River, found the remains around 6 p.m. Police are working with the Medical Examiner’s...
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Man dies in Muskogee County car accident

TAFT, Okla. — A car crash killed a man in Muskogee County Wednesday afternoon. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol (OHP) said around noon, 48-year-old Billy Arnett, of Fort Gibson, was driving eastbound on West MLK Boulevard in Taft, when his truck left the roadway at Pine Street. The truck went...
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48-year-old man dead after crash in Muskogee County

TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — A 48-year-old man died after a crash in Muskogee County Wednesday. Troopers say the crash happened around noon at West Martin Luther King Boulevard and Pine Street in Taft. Billy Arnett from Fort Gibson was pronounced dead at the scene. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says...
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Multiple Oklahoma highways close down due to high water

OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) — Highways in multiple Oklahoma counties are closing down due to flooding. Below are the highways and turnpikes that are closed due to being impacted by high water as of May 6:. CHEROKEE COUNTY. SH-80 west of Hubert. SH-10 about 12.5 miles north of the US-62...
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Bridge at risk of collapse in Muskogee County due to severe flooding

TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — Many roads in Muskogee County have turned into rivers as rain continues to fall and at least one bridge is at risk of collapse. The Muskogee County Emergency Management Director put out an alert to people living in the area of 40th and Okmulgee Street to stay off the roads due to flooding.
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