- Breaking News
Cushing man accused of murder released on bail
Russell Eugene Dawes, a 97-year-old Cushing man accused of first degree murder, was released from jail on Tuesday.
Yale Water Now Safe
The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has lifted the boil advisory in Yale.
The DEQ has deemed the water safe for human consumption. The boil advisory was put in place after an April 14 test revealed signs of E. coli in the water supply.
Follow-up tests were run that also pointed toward the presence of E. coli, but the DEQ’s tests assure that the Yale water supply is safe for consumption.
- Cushing residents elect Amon to commission
- Perkins residents elect Monica Savory, John Konrad to town commission
- Yale residents re-elect Baker to Commission Seat 5
BREAKING NEWS: Stillwater residents elect Najera, Darlington to City Council
Pat Darlington, Miguel Najera win seats on the Stillwater City Council.
Cowboys to face Gonzaga as nine seed in NCAA
Oklahoma State will take on Bulldogs on Friday in San Diego.
- BREAKING NEWS: Coroner says Stillwater woman killed in Colorado pileup
Stillwater Police release photo of auto burglary suspect
Police are investigating a series of auto burglaries in north Stillwater at local businesses. A white female attempted to cash a stolen check from the burglary at an Oklahoma City bank.
BREAKING NEWS: No bomb found; Multimodal and parking facility returns to normal operation
The Oklahoma State University Multimodal facility and Monroe Street Parking Garage have reopened and are operating normally following a phoned-in bomb threat at 8:45 a.m. Thursday.
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