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Escape From Vinita Prison
Authorities in northeast Oklahoma are looking for an inmate who escaped from the lockup in Vinita.Police said 49-year-old Jam...
Creating More OK Jobs
A coalition of Oklahoma chambers of commerce this week released an eleven point plan to create more jobs in the state. One pa...
Don't Be A Smishing Victim
Attorney General Scott Pruitt says some Oklahoma residents are receiving fraudulent text messages that seek personal financia...
Joplin Church Teams with Zimmer Radio for Moore, OK Aid
A Joplin church is teaming with the Zimmer Radio Group to send aid to Moore, OK. Pastor Josh Marsh of Ignite Church tells New...
Unemployment: Up In KS, Unchanged In OK
Unemployment rose slightly in Kansas in March despite a drop of more than 1,300 applications for initial unemployment benefit...
New Miami Housing
The Ottawa County Commission has approved a 37-unit low-income housing complex near Miami. Some residents aren't happy wi...
OK Fixes Loophole In Sex Offender Law
Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin yesterday signed legislation that bans registered sex offenders from living with minor children...
A Joplin man who'd escaped from an Oklahoma prison last month was captured in Joplin Monday afternoon. Newton County Sher...
Gas In OK Most Expensive Ever in 2012
Gas prices in 2012 were the most expensive on record in Oklahoma, and AAA says the prices in the new year are uncertain.The O...
New Creation Helping Moore
More donations are on their way from Joplin to Moore, Oklahoma. Pastor Cliff Mansley of New Creation Church tells News Talk K...
Two Killed In 3-Car KS Crash
Two people from Oklahoma were killed in a three-vehicle accident Saturday afternoon south of Fort Scott. The Kansas Highway P...
Joplin ReStore Helping Moore, OK
The Joplin Area Habitat For Humanity is doing something to help the people affected by last week's tornado in Moore, Okla...
OK School Grading System Delayed
The state Board of Education is delaying the release of a new system that grades Oklahoma's schools.Officials had planned...
Fallin Still Says No To Expanding Medicaid
Governor Mary Fallin says she has no plans to revisit her decision to reject an expansion of Medicaid in Oklahoma, saying ins...
Mullin Introduces Bill For Native American Veterans Memorial
An Oklahoma congressman has introduced legislation to build a memorial to Native American veterans in Washington, D.C.Republi...
2 OU Footballers Arrested For Marijuana
Authorities say two University of Oklahoma football players have been arrested on possession of marijuana complaints.Clevelan...
Holder Threatens Legal Action Over KS Gun Law
The head of the Kansas Rifle Association says gun rights supporters in Kansas are ``all in'' for a new state law that...
Weiler To Be Tried In Federal Court
An Illinois man charged with plotting to firebomb dozens of churches in the Miami area with Molotov cocktails will be tried i...
Grand Lake Boating Deaths Update
The Oklahoma medical examiner's office has ruled the deaths of two people in a Grand Lake boating crash to be an accident...
Weir Woman Convicted On Meth Charges
A woman from Weir is awaiting sentencing for dealing meth. 43-year-old Leslie Harrison, also known as Leslie Stultz, was conv...
Catholic Charities Hosting Donation Drop-Off at 15th Street Walmart
Yet another organization is collecting donations for Moore, Oklahoma. Catholic Charities of Southern Missouri is collecting p...
Local Hardware Store Resisting New Credit Card Fees
Depending on where you do your shopping, you're likely to start paying more if you use plastic. Online merchants and many...
Former OK First Lady Ann Bartlett Dies
Former Oklahoma first lady Ann Bartlett, who was married to former Republican Gov. Dewey F. Bartlett Sr., has died. She was 9...
Storms Batter Missouri, Oklahoma
Tornadoes rolling in from the prairie slammed Oklahoma City and its suburbs on Friday. People were trapped in their vehicles ...
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