DUNCAN, Okla. (AP) — A 19-year-old charged with the shooting deaths of his newspaper publisher father, his mother and his sister in Duncan has asked for a court-appointed attorney.
Online court records show Alan Hruby requested a court-appointed attorney Friday and that attorney James Berry of the Oklahoma Indigent Defense system now represents him. Phone calls to Berry's office and OIDS were not answered Saturday.
Hruby faces three counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of 50-year-old John Hruby, 48-year-old Tinker Hruby and 17-year-old Katherine Hruby.
TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Mike White threw three unanswered touchdown passes to Andre Davis in the second half and South Florida overcame a 20-point deficit to defeat Tulsa 38-30 yesterday. Dane Evans threw for 314 yards and a touchdown to lead the Golden Hurricane on Saturday.
This week, HBO and CBS announce plans that may change the way we watch their television programs. Businesses assess a variety or risks and Ebola is among the latest risks requiring prudent assessment and railroads announce some east/west detente.
Muskogee Police are investigating a possible embezzlement of money from the Muskogee Children's Clinic. Investigators say more than $700,000 has been reported missing from the clinic located at 3101 Chandler Road.
The funds were discovered missing by the IRS and an independent auditor hired by the clinic.
Police say they are at the beginning of the investigation and have not made any arrests
Oklahoma hospitals are prepared to treat a state resident who tested positive for the deadly Ebola virus, the state’s Secretary of Health and Human Services said Monday.
Though officials with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have discussed the possibility of transporting a person infected with the Ebola virus to one of five hospitals across the United States, Terry Cline said Oklahoma is prepared to care for a resident should one be diagnosed with the disease.
HOUSTON (AP) — Oilfield services company Baker Hughes Incorporated says the number of rigs exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. declined by 12 this week to 1,918.
The Houston-based firm said Friday in its weekly report that 1,590 rigs were exploring for oil and 328 for gas. A year ago there were 1,739 active rigs.
Of the major oil- and gas-producing states, Texas gained two rigs, while Oklahoma's tally decreased by seven rigs, and New Mexico was down four. North Dakota each dropped one. The rig counts in Colorado, Kansas and Arkansas were unchanged.
SAPULPA, Okla. (AP) — A former Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper who allegedly forced women to have sex with him following traffic stops has been formally charged with 14 counts that include rape, sodomy, sexual battery, embezzlement and asking for or receiving a bribe.
Court records show 42-year-old Eric Roberts was charged Friday in Creek County District Court.
His attorney has proclaimed Roberts' innocence and says he committed no crimes.
Mayor Dewey Bartlett's series of public safety summits starts by focusing on prescription drug abuse.
Tulsa County has the 18th most prescription overdose deaths in the U.S. Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services Commissioner Terri White said bringing the problem to light is the first step.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — An attorney for an Oklahoma abortion provider says a new state law requiring abortion clinics to have a physician with admitting privileges at a nearby hospital present when an abortion is performed is unconstitutional.
Attorney Ilene Jaroslaw of the Center for Reproductive Rights on Friday asked Oklahoma County District Judge Bill Graves to prevent the law from going into effect on Nov. 1.
Graves did not immediately had down a ruling and said he will decide whether to issue an injunction by next week.