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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.
Person of interest in Maher homicide eludes police
State law enforcement officials on Thursday began searching for a Broken Arrow man they want to question in the death of a Northeastern State University professor.
Girl, guardians come forward in hit-and-run
The Tahlequah Police Department is investigating an accident resulting in a fatality which occurred in the early morning hours of Sunday, July 7, 2013.
Boy killed in hit-and-run incident
Tahlequah police are investigating after a hit-and-run crash left one boy dead and another injured Sunday morning.
Silver Alert canceled: Max Eversole found
A Silver Alert issued Wednesday afternoon for Max Eversole has been canceled after he was found in Muskogee late last night.
- NSU tennis put on probation
Habitat documents show family's claim about shoddy work unfounded
A good Samaritan may have been misled recently by a homeowner seeking repairs.
- AFTERNOON UPDATE: OU hires Hughes as baseball coach
SCOTUS rules on CN adoption
In a 5-4 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Tuesday morning that the parental rights of CN citizen Dusten Brown can be terminated despite his tribal citizenship.
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