Muskogee Police Department has recognized Officer Jordy Woolsey as its Officer of the Year for 2020. Muskogee Exchange Club honored Woolsey at a luncheon on April 13.
A murder charge against a suspect, accused of killing a Pauls Valley teenager missing since 2019, was recently dismissed because his alleged crime occurred on Native American land.
A McAlester woman was charged this week in tribal court after being accused in 2019 of abusing and neglecting a 5-year-old boy investigators said looked like "a 75-year-old man" when examined at the hospital.
A Mooreland juvenile was killed when a car was struck by a semi approximately one mile west of Mooreland in Woodward County Tuesday night, April 13, 2021, according to Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
On March 27 Enid residents got their “Little Sister” back on the courthouse Square, and Tuesday night the Boy Scout responsible for putting her there got his Eagle.
Muskogee Public Library is partnering with Green Country Workforce Board, formerly Eastern Workforce Board, to offer an online program to help teens prepare for life outside of school.
STILLWATER – The cost to rent cropland held steady through the pandemic last year while pasture rentals fell slightly overall, according to the latest studies by Oklahoma State University Extension.
NORMAN — As the weekend gradually ushered in warm weather and sunny skies, thousands of Norman and metro residents filtered in and out of Reaves Park, enjoying the return of the city’s Medieval Fair and the revival of the city’s festival lineup after a season away.
NORMAN — The arrival of spring means an increase in sneezing, congestion and scratchy throats for many Oklahoma City metro residents due to allergies.
NORMAN — As Oklahoma started administering the COVID-19 vaccine, the state quickly launched into the top 10 in the country in vaccines administered per capita.
How many of you began your objective scientific study of birds using one of the most common of them — the American Robin? It has been said that the robin knows, but knows what?
WINCHESTER — Amy Thrower found some solace in the fact that a meatpacking plant being built in a town incorporated decades ago to keep industrial development at bay was "at the furthest point possible" from her family's home.
While the pandemic caused many things to slow down or stop, according to the American Red Cross, home fires continue and, in fact, since January 2021, increased 40 percent, compared to this time last year.
The resignations of Principal Shane Dent and Assistant Principal Joey Reinart will go into effect June 30, Chisholm Superintendent Chad Broughton said.
Wyma McMath smiles as a front-end loader takes another pallet full of food boxes out of a semi-truck trailer with a long line of cars rolling through a giveaway event.
Wade Burleson is ready for another calling when he retires from the pulpit at Emmanuel Enid on Feb. 2, 2022, marking the end of a 30-year tenure at Enid's largest church.
WILBURTON — Students in Eastern Oklahoma State College’s nursing program are making an impact on the community with their assistance administering vaccination shots effective against COVID-19.
Of all the things I wanted to be as a child, my fondest dream was to be Annie Oakley. I owned a hat, a gun, and a horse, and channeled Annie whenever I could. So, you can imagine the thrill when I stumbled across Andromeda Romano-Lax’s new novel “Annie and the Wolves” (Soho Press, 2021), one of two new Western-themed novels written by women.
A reserve officer from Moore is wanted in Payne County on charges of using electronic equipment for lewd or lascivious purposes.
MUSKOGEE, Okla. – A gunman killed five children, ages 1 to 9, and his 24-year-old brother in a mass shooting early Tuesday at a home in Muskogee, Oklahoma, where they all lived together, along with the mother of the children.
TULSA, Okla. — As supporters poured into the BOK Center for President Donald Trump’s campaign rally late Saturday afternoon, a crowd of about 100 people in support of the Black Lives Matter movement gathered a mile away at Franklin Hope Reconciliation Park to peacefully protest the rally’s timing while voicing messages of unity and racial equality.
OKLAHOMA CITY — The governor said commercial casino operators are very interested in Oklahoma if the state and Native American tribes can’t strike a new deal on gaming compacts.
DUNCAN, Okla. — Authorities have released names of three people left dead in a double-murder suicide in a Walmart parking lot in southwest Oklahoma.
The Wagoner County Sheriff's Office has recovered at least $125,000 of stolen property while searching for a man wanted for multiple felony complaints, according to a press release.
WASHINGTON – Oklahoma's Republican representatives say most constituents support their unwavering demand for border security funding as the shutdown drags into the end of its fifth week.
A Muskogee man was charged Wednesday in Muskogee County District Court after the discovery of firearms and drugs in his South 30th Street home, according to court documents.
OKLAHOMA CITY – The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) awarded $28 million in grants to public housing authorities and nonprofit organizations across the nation to hire or retain service coordinators to help residents find jobs and educational opportunities.
You might see mommy kissing Santa Claus underneath it. Or it’s probably hanging in your home somewhere for holiday decoration. Either way, mistletoe is a popular part of the American holiday season.
TULSA – The Yes on 788 Campaign has announced educational opportunities for physicians and the general public on medical marijuana. Dr. Sunil Aggarwal will be in available in two Oklahoma cities this coming weekend.
The Transcript is running a Thunder evaluation series, publishing one article a day on a different Oklahoma City player. We will start with the guards. Monday’s player is Russell Westbrook.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Waving colorful signs and chanting, thousands of teachers converged on the state Capitol Monday to press lawmakers for increased education spending.
OKLAHOMA CITY — As the drugs become increasing difficult to obtain, Oklahoma will stop using lethal injection and plans to become the first to execute inmates using the untried method of inert gases, officials announced Wednesday.
Police say video footage shows a man fatally shot by his bail bonds agent never had control of or knowledge of the agent's gun, despite her initial allegations of a struggle.
A months-long Federal Bureau of Investigation undercover operation ended early Saturday morning after an Oklahoma man attempted to detonate a vehicle bomb in downtown Oklahoma City.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Cynthia Sanford would love to expand her McAlester medical clinic so that she can treat as many as 20,000 more children a year.
“Every citizen must be able to vote without interference or discrimination and to have that vote counted without it being stolen because of fraud," Green said.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Paul Muegge convened an eclectic group of neighbors of his small farm in Tonkawa last week to talk about the "dangerous precedent" that could be set if Oklahomans pass a "right to farm" ballot measure this fall.
Two Cherokee County men with a lengthy history of burglary-related charges returned home from jail last week to discover their own house had been cleared out of valuable property, according to deputies.
There is much speculation about what "Brexit" means to U.S. citizens, but the only real agreement among economists is that change is expected.
This Week's Circulars
COOKSON [mdash] age 73. Hull Technician Chief. Died April 9th in Little Rock, AR. Services April 17th at 10:00am at Reed-Culver Chapel. Interment at Cookson-Proctor Cemetery. Visitation April16th from 1:00pm until 7:00pm at Reed-Culver Funeral Home.
TAHLEQUAH [mdash] Donald E Hoyt 88 year old Missionary transitioned April 7, 2021. Services pending. Online condolences may be expressed at tahlequahfuneral.com Green Country Funeral Home
- Multi-county chase includes shots fired, suspect dying in crash
- BUDDING BUSINESS: Medical marijuana dispensary owners say new fees, regulations could cause some to close down
- Most marijuana violations stem from traffic stops
- UPDATED: More criminal cases fall by district wayside in wake of McGirt ruling; Cherokee Nation picks up most
- Crawfish Festival coming to a boil next weekend
- SHERIFF’S BEAT 4-13-21: Paper-tagger arrested on alcohol, gun charges
- Officials report drop in COVID cases, discuss mask mandates
- POLICE BEAT 4-15-21: Alcohol continues to plague locals
- Indigenous or descendant? Culture makes difference
- EVERYDAY HEROES: Pub manager says residents ready to cut loose