• By Sean Rowley | CNHI News Oklahoma

On Wednesday morning, the Senate passed House Bill 1020XX, which cut about 2 percent from the budget of all state agencies, over the final months of the fiscal year.

  • By Jessica Miller | CNHI News Oklahoma

Four design options for the four-lane overpass — slated to be replaced by Oklahoma Department of Transportation in late spring — were presented during a Public Arts Commission of Enid meeting earlier this month.

  • By Cathy Spaulding | CNHI News Oklahoma
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Muskogee Public Schools could suspend classes and support a teacher walkout if the Legislature makes no progress in funding education, MPS officials said.

  • By Sean Rowley | CNHI News Oklahoma

A Colcord man charged with first-degree murder in a vehicle collision that killed a Park Hill woman has pleaded not guilty during arraignment.

  • By Eric Morrow | CNHI Oklahoma
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If love is blind, then why is lingerie so popular? The answer to that question has nothing to do with this week’s problem. That is the cross your bishops will have to bear if you nail the solution to this week’s problem. With this less than subtle hint, please try to find how black mates white.

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Deputies with the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office have confirmed a body was found Wednesday morning at Tenkiller Harbor, but at this point, they don't believe foul play was involved.

  • By Dana Eversole news@tahlequahdailypress.com
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Each year, thousands of immigrants in the U.S. go through the steps of becoming a U.S. citizen. For many, the process can seem daunting, but for others, it's worth the cost and the effort.

  • By Sean Rowley | CNHI News Oklahoma
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After a few days of investigation, the office of the District 27 Attorney believes a set of human remains found west of Tahlequah can soon be attached to a name.

  • By Mike Elswick | CNHI News Oklahoma

Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office officials on Tuesday afternoon reported about a third of the more than 100 dogs, cats, chickens and birds removed from a kennel operated by Marjorie Rosa Satterfield were being returned to their owners.

  • By Mike Elswick | CNHI News Oklahoma

A 6-month-old baby abducted and who was the subject of an Amber Alert after a domestic disturbance by his armed father was found safe while the suspect father remained at large mid-afternoon Tuesday, said Muskogee County Sheriff Rob Frazier.

  • By Mike Elswick | CNHI News Oklahoma

About 50 Eastern Oklahoma veterans and Veterans Affairs health care providers met Tuesday night in a town hall setting to work on improving health care provided through the Jack C. Montgomery VA Medical Center.

  • By Joy Hampton | CNHI News Oklahoma

NORMAN — Once a prime shopping destination, the future of Parkway Plaza along Ed Noble Parkway is uncertain.

  • By Sean Rowley | CNHI News Oklahoma
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After preliminary work, Tahlequah Police Department investigators say they are unlikely to recommend charges against a driver who struck a 10-year-old girl Monday evening.

  • By James Neal | CNHI News Oklahoma
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T-1 Jayhawk training aircraft at Vance Air Force Base are slated to receive an upgrade to their electronic systems, part of an $18.5 million contract awarded by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) last week.

  • By James Beaty | CNHI News Oklahoma
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During periods of high lake levels, the road leading to a secluded peninsula on the Cardinal Point Recreation Area along the shores of Lake Eufaula is completely covered with water. However, during dry spells the water recedes, making the area reachable by vehicle.

  • By Cass Rains | CNHI News Oklahoma

The advisory stems from a forecast of freezing drizzle and periods of heavier freezing rain that could cause minor ice accumulation on trees and power lines; slippery walkways, bridges and overpasses; and travel difficulties, according to NWS.

  • By James Coburn | CNHI News Oklahoma
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People are ready for a change, Drew Edmondson said of what he hears on the campaign trail for Governor.

  • By Sean Rowley | CNHI News Oklahoma
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After the discovery of human remains in Cherokee County, the District Attorney's Office and the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation are asking the public for help with identification.

  • By D.E. Smoot | CNHI Oklahoma
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A beautification project that began in the Depot District appears to have caught fire among volunteer artists and will be spreading into other parts of downtown Muskogee. 

  • By Rachael Van Horn | CNHI News Oklahoma
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WOODWARD — On Monday morning, after controlling a blaze sparked on the windy plains of Northwest Oklahoma, firefighters were babysitting hotspots on the Red Horse Fire near Freedom while Oklahoma Forestry Service agents began the process of mapping the area affected by the fire. 

  • By James Beaty and Lacey Sudderth | CNHI News Oklahoma
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Law enforcement officers and first responders fanned out over land along Lake Eufaula on Monday after the discovery of what has been identified as human bones.

  • By LeeAnn Barton | CNHI Oklahoma

Strides have been made in the way of pavers and stone for retaining walls and walkways. Larger, flat surfaces such as patios or driveways are often overlooked. They shouldn’t be!

  • By Rachael Van Horn | CNHI News Oklahoma
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A woman who allegedly embezzled thousands from elderly residents in Woodward has been charged with two felony counts of exploitation of an elderly or disabled adult.

  • By James Neal | CNHI News Oklahoma
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ENID, Okla. — Emmanuel Baptist Church has launched a new ministry to Enid’s Marshallese community, in hopes of building bridges to the Pacific Islanders and increasing their access to social and economic resources.

  • By Caleb Slinkard | CNHI News Oklahoma
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Oklahoma Commissioners of the Land Office Secretary Harry Birdwell spoke at the Norman Rotary Club on Thursday afternoon, providing an update on the state agency that distributes more than $2 million a year to Norman Public Schools and almost $10 million a year to the University of Oklahoma.

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Through With Chew Week, Feb.18-24, is a week-long initiative designed to reduce the use of smokeless tobacco. In support of the event, the Oklahoma Tobacco Helpline, a program of the Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust, is reminding Oklahomans of some common triggers and helpful alternatives to smokeless tobacco.