20 mins ago - KINGSTON, OK -- Kingston Public Schools is now looking for a new superintendent after theirs announced he's leaving for another district.
22 mins ago - CARTER COUNTY, OK -- Just a few days after a couple met on a dating site, one of them is behind bars in Carter County and the other in the hospital.
22 mins ago - DURANT, OK -- Durant ISD has a new superintendent.
25 mins ago - DURANT, OK -- The board of regents of the regional university system of Oklahoma is in the process of finding a new president for Southeastern Oklahoma State University.
53 mins ago - MARSHALL COUNTY, OK -- A Marshall County man is back behind bars after leading police on a high speed chase.
Posted: 5:57 PM - PONTOTOC COUNTY, OK -- A Pontotoc County woman has been arrested for leading police on a car chase with an infant in the vehicle.
Posted: 5:50 PM - LAMAR COUNTY, TX -- A Lamar County home went up in flames Thursday morning.
Updated: 2:16 PM - ADA, Okla. (AP) - The death of an Australian baseball player last summer has left a void for his college team in Oklahoma.
Posted: 2:06 PM - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has canceled plans to deliver a speech to a group of Oklahoma City police cadets amid a planned protest by conservative lawmakers and organizations.
Posted: 1:57 PM - COOKE COUNTY, TX -- Texas DPS responded to a school bus accident in Cooke County Thursday morning.
21 mins ago - SHERMAN, TX -- Wakefield Elementary was placed on lockdown Thursday morning.
Posted: 11:37 AM - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin says two death row inmates at the center of the state's legal flap will both be executed Tuesday, the state's first double execution since 1937.
Posted: 11:03 AM - Grayson County Grand Jury Indictments April 23, 2014
Posted: 04/23/2014 - PARIS, TX-- A candidate forum is being held Thursday for residents running for spots on the Paris City Council.
Posted: 04/23/2014 - PARIS, TX-- The grace period for the city of Paris' new smoking ordinance ended Wednesday.
Updated: 9:31 AM - TEXOMA - If you look closely at your phone bill you'll see a fifty cent charge every month for 911. That money goes back to the region, funding emergency response efforts. News 12's Daniella Rivera takes a look at improvements being made today at Fannin County's emergency call center.