Updated: 12/26/2005 - An Ardmore woman says she was out for a walk when a man tried to force her into his pick-up on Saturday night. The woman told police she was walking in the 100 block of 6th Street Northwest around 6pm
Updated: 12/26/2005 - Officials say a food products plant that was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina will relocate to McAlester. Louisiana-based Diversified Foods and Seasonings purchased the old Simmons plant in McAlester.
Updated: 12/24/2005 - Grassfires near Caddo kept firefighters from several departments busy on Christmas Eve. The fires broke out on the east side of Highway 69-75 and forced authorities to shut down the north-bound lanes around 4 p.m.
Updated: 12/24/2005 - One person is dead and two others are in critical condition following a collision during a high-speed race. Tyler Ford of Quinton and the driver of the Mustang he was in, 17-year-old Billy Long of Ada, were ejected.
Updated: 12/23/2005 - A popular family restaurant in Ada closed for remodeling after a fire did thousands of dollars worth of damage. There is no word on how long the restaurant will be closed.
Updated: 12/23/2005 - The Pentagon is confirming that it is cutting the US military presence in Iraq by seven thousand troops, or two combat brigades. Pentagon officials say that more troop realignments are expected soon.
Updated: 12/22/2005 - A motorcycle accident in Johnston County has left a Bromide man with a serious leg injury. State troopers say 34-year-old Mark Allen Dewberry was westbound on Highway 7 just west of Wapanuka when...
Posted: 12/05/2013 - BONHAM,TX---Red kettle donations across Texoma could have a big impact on the Salvation Army in Fannin County.
Posted: 12/02/2013 - DURANT, Okla., Dec. 2, 2013 – Choctaw Casino Resort in Durant, Okla., a AAA Four Diamond resort and entertainment destination, is welcoming Captain Sig and Edgar Hansen from the Deadliest Catch on Friday, Dec. 6 from 7-10 p.m. at Gilley’s. The event is free to the public.
Posted: 12/02/2013 - Four local people recently completed at least 34 hours of training and 2 hours of courtroom observation in order to become volunteer advocates for children in foster care. The Honorable Judge Lauri Blake administered an oath to the new CASA volunteers in the 336th District Court after training was complete. New child advocates include Priti KC, Mary Norris, Dave Gehalo and Chantal Carey.