Updated: 9:02 AM ACHILLE, OK-Just Wednesday morning, five Achille police officers turned in their badges and the mayor announced his resignation all in connection with the firing of the police chief last Friday. But just hours ago, everything changed again.
Updated: 10:04 AM GARVIN COUNTY, OK - 33-year-old Jeremy Oliver was charged Tuesday with soliciting sexual conduct with a minor and distributing obscene material. He was released from jail on a $25,000 bond. Now, the former client who accused Oliver said she is putting aside her fears and speaking out against the attorney in hopes other victims will do the same.
Posted: 6:50 PM ACHILLE, OK-Just days after the Achille Police Chief was fired, five police officers, including two captains, resigned Wednesday. Victoria Maranan was there as they turned in their badges that morning and were joined by yet another prominent figure who announced he's also stepping down.
Posted: 10:55 PM BRYAN AND ATOKA CO, OK-The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation reports a massive increase in gun license applications in the state last month, about a thousand more than when the Self Defense Act became law back in 1996.
Posted: 11:03 PM GRAYSON CO., TX-Right now, the State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness exam, or STAAR, counts for 15 percent of a high school student's grades. But a group of lawmakers wants to change that and give school districts the option to decide for themselves whether the test will impact grades at all.
Posted: 10:36 PM SHERMAN, TX-The Boy Scouts of America announced they're looking into changing an old policy, which would open up scout membership to gay youth and leaders. And it's stirring up controversy across the country and right here in Texoma.
Updated: 8:58 AM ARDMORE, OK - The threat of severe weather Tuesday had much of Texoma thinking about safety measures, including Carter County residents who had the chance to apply for a safe room grant.
- DENISON, TX-Charges are pending for a Grayson county woman accused of leaving her pets inside a hot car, which turned deadly within minutes. Law enforcement and a local veterinarian tell us how you can protect your pets from the heat.