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Rogers County Sheriff reacts to Pryor body camera video
It’s body camera video out of Pryor that’s getting attention. A police officer approached a vehicle after getting calls that the driver was passed out and maybe drunk. The officer attempted to open the door and the driver closed it shut.
Family of Collinsville couple in deadly crash raising money for medical bills, funeral
ROGERS COUNTY, Okla. — We’ve been speaking to the family of a woman who died in a crash in rogers county over the weekend. Oklahoma Highway Patrol said 55-year-old Diane Justice died at the scene of the accident near Oologah Lake on Saturday afternoon. Her husband was badly...
Woman Killed In Rogers County Crash Identified By OHP
Update (7:30 p.m.): The roadway has been reopened. Several agencies responded to a crash over the Oologah Dam Saturday afternoon. Authorities say it happened around 3:30 p.m. along State Highway 88 in Rogers County. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol said Diane Justice, 55, was pronounced dead at the scene. Two other...
Help Wanted: Teachers
Area school districts are putting out the word they need teachers. Badly.
Cherokee Nation Announces Preliminary General Election Results
PRYOR, Oklahoma - Early Sunday morning the Cherokee Nation posted preliminary results for their General Election. The Preliminary results show that incumbent Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. and incumbent Deputy Chief Brian Warner winning with more than 60% of the vote. Candidates must receive 50% plus one vote to be declared...
Owasso Christmas Tree & Berry Farm Opens For The Season
The Owasso Christmas Tree and Berry Farm opened for the season on Tuesday morning. The farm opened for blueberry picking at 7 a.m. For those interested in taking part, the farm will supply buckets and cartons, but what you pick is what you buy. The farm says they expect their...
Today in Oklahoma history: June 5th
On June 5, 1971, President Richard Nixon dedicated the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System and Tulsa Port of Catoosa.
Meet Tres Patas: Rockin' G Animal Shelter's Pet of the Week
PRYOR, Oklahoma ~ It's funny that us dogs can tell you hoomans some things (like when we need to go outside), but not other things (like what my real name is). And that's how I ended up with my new name: Tres Patas! What? you say. That doesn't make any sense! you say. Because you see quatro patas, don't ya? Well, a few weeks ago I got my front left paw hurt. My old family didn't care what happened to me, but all the people who saw me running around town DID care. Except I didn't know them, so I just ran away from everyone.
BAPD officer recognized by Attorney General Garland for creating Citizens Police Academy in Spanish
BROKEN ARROW, Okla. — A Broken Arrow police officer was recognized by Attorney General Merrick Garland for creating a Citizens Police Academy in Spanish, the United States Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Oklahoma said. Officer Michael Peale was honored and recognized for Innovations in Community Policing...
Broken Arrow man starts fishing club for Oklahoma students
TULSA, Okla. — Rods, bait and fish all add up to the sport of fishing. Now, there’s an Oklahoma High School Fishing Organization. In October, Keith Hays started the Oklahoma High School Fishing Organization, a nonprofit that teaches kids how to fish. “With our philosophy and the way...
Man gets 40 years in prison for the 2021 deadly shooting of Nathan Hull
TULSA, Okla. -- On Monday morning at the Tulsa County Courthouse, a judge sentenced Chris Bratton to 40 years at the Oklahoma Department of Corrections for the 2021 deadly shooting of Nathan Hull. “He was just a really good friend. he was my best friend and my husband’s best friend...
Mayes County Blotter
4:59 pm - Vehicle Accident - Male subject, 54 years old has rolled a side by side and is injured, needs EMS and Disney PD to meet at Disney PD. 6:17 pm - Reckless Driving - White Jaguar speeds over 100 mph. 6:56 pm - Juvenile - RP advised her...
Tulsa Firefighter Battling Cancer Given Police Escort Home After Major Surgery
Several agencies and hundreds of people lined the streets of Owasso and Collinsville on Sunday to welcome home a Tulsa firefighter. Harrison Moseby has been in Houston for the past several weeks as he battled a rare form of cancer and needed blood. Surgeons had to amputate his arm to...
East 116th Rd Closure east of Mingo
Contractor will be closing East 116th Street North just east of North Mingo Road starting at 10pm on June 8th. Work will be complete by 6am Friday June 9th at which time the road will re-open. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Miss Pryor, Serena Gray, Interns for CASA of Northeast Oklahoma
PRYOR, Oklahoma - CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Northeast Oklahoma welcomes Serena Gray as their Summer Intern. CASA is a local nonprofit organization that trains volunteers to advocate for abused and neglected children in the court system in northeast Oklahoma. CASA volunteers and staff work to help change a child’s story. They work to make sure children who have been taken from their homes because of evidence of abuse and neglect don’t face dependency court and foster care alone.
What weather Green Country can expect in June
TULSA, Okla. — June is our kick-off to the summer weather pattern when widespread severe weather drops off and the heat builds in. The jet stream usually weakens and lifts north this time of year, limiting major storm systems from entering Oklahoma. Combined with the high sun angle, temperatures...
Chiefs superfan on most wanted list
Chiefs superfan, "Chiefsaholic," has landed on the Greater Kansas City Crime Stoppers most wanted list and is currently on the run. The post Chiefs superfan on most wanted list appeared first on Larry Brown Sports.
5 Tulsa County Inmates Charged With Assault, Accused Of Beating Man Unconscious
Five inmates in the Tulsa County jail have been charged with assault after deputies said the men beat another inmate until he was unconscious. Investigators said last month Dajermon Young, Braylon Brown, Asher Short, Tyrone Junior the third, and Jawone Walker went into the victim's cell and started punching him.
Easley Jr. easily wins District 14 seat
CLAREMORE – Cherokee Nation citizen Kevin Easley Jr. was elected to represent Tribal Council District 14 in the tribe’s 2023 General Election held June 3. According to unofficial results from the CN Election Commission, Easley won with 846 votes (74.93%) over opponents Warren Murray with 190 votes (16.83%) and Carrie Ann Vargas with 93 votes (8.24%).
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