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BREAKING NEWS: Brown turns himself in – again
Following Gov. Mary Fallin’s decision to sign an extradition order for Dusten Brown, biological father of Veronica, both Cherokee citizens, the Cherokee Nation Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr. issued a stern response.
Tahlequah police bust meth lab; four arrested
Members of the Tahlequah Police Department SWAT Team, with assistance from other agencies, arrested four people Friday morning and seized products of a methamphetamine lab.
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Schneider charged with murder
Prosecutors have charged Joshua John Schneider, also known as Joshua John Griffith, with first-degree murder, two counts of first-degree arson, and two counts of larceny from a house in the death of NSU Professor Dr. Tiffany Maher.
Joshua Schneider in custody
Agents with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation said today that Heather Black, who was on the run with Joshua Schneider, has turned herself in - and Schneider was taken in shortly thereafter.
Storm seemed fierce, but damage minimal
A severe thunderstorm that rolled through Cherokee County late Tuesday night and early this morning had a bark that was worse than its bite.
Cherokees sue to keep UKB land out of trust
The Cherokee Nation on Tuesday filed a petition in federal court in Muskogee seeking an injunction and temporary restraining order to prevent the Bureau of Indian Affairs from placing the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians in Oklahoma’s casino land into trust.
Search continues for person of interest in Maher death
What started as a manhunt in Tulsa Thursday morning spilled into Friday, with police continuing to seek out a man they want to question in the mysterious death of a Tahlequah professor last May.
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