Updated: 01/15/2006 - A gunman opened fire at an off-campus student party at a Stillwater hotel this morning, killing one person and injuring three others. Two shooting victims were in critical condition Sunday at the OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City...
Updated: 01/14/2006 - A Whitesboro fire truck overturned on its way to a fire in Gordonville Saturday. The tanker overturned at the intersection of Highway 82 and 901.Two firefighters were in the truck, but they were not injured.
Updated: 01/13/2006 - The morning after grassfires tore through over 20,000 acres of land, people in Carter County woke up to survey the damage. Over 40 structures were destroyed including 20 homes. Businesses, barns....
Updated: 01/10/2006 - Federal Emergency Management Agency officials say President Bush has issued a major disaster declaration for Oklahoma. The action impacts 12 counties in all, including Garvin and Stephens in our area.
Updated: 01/11/2006 - A special election resulted in a new councilman for Madill's Ward 3 spot. It also ended a controversial chapter in city politics. Curt Clement edged out C.D. Hale by 32 votes after a recall petition triggered the election. Incumbent Lloyd Eppler chose not to run.
Updated: 01/10/2006 - A Texas pilot survived a plane crash in Pushmataha County Tuesday morning. It happened at 9am, 3 miles northwest of Antlers on private property. Harry Simmons had just taken off from the Antlers airport.
Updated: 01/09/2006 - Delays in FEMA assistance are frustrating Oklahoma officials in the wake of severe wildfires. Now Congressman Ernest Istook is taking the problem directly to President Bush, asking for immediate help.
Updated: 01/08/2006 - Ardmore police are looking for two women who are suspected of robbing a Papa Johns pizza restaurant on North Commerce early Sunday morning...
Updated: 01/07/2006 - A 33-year-old Durant man was killed after his car ran off a county road, two miles north of Durant, and hit a tree. It happened around 9:30 p.m. on Friday. Jennings Dean Martin was pronounced dead at the hospital.
Updated: 01/07/2006 - Embattled Representative Tom DeLay today abandoned his bid to remain as House majority leader. That clears the way for leadership elections among Republicans eager to shed the taint of scandal.