Two arrested after 6-hour standoff in Claremore
Two people are in custody after a 6-hour standoff in Claremore Saturday.
Inola man killed in Rogers County wreck
Troopers say Brian Rogers was driving on State Highway 88 when he rolled his vehicle and was ejected.
Donations wanted for children's group
A house warming drive is underway for the Children's Advocacy Center in Craig, Mayes and Rogers counties. The CAC provides a safe…
More to come? A look at school snow day plans
After a couple of winter storms, students in Green Country have been able to enjoy a few snow days this school year. But many schools are…
Claremore officials talk growth, development
“It’s a new day in Claremore,” was the theme of the last week’s State of the City Address hosted by…
Sunday alcohol sales issue to appear on ballots
Rogers County Commissioners will let the voters decide whether to allow by-the-drink liquor sales on Sundays.
Oklahoma Olympian: Frank Lewis
The Cushing native was a state champion in high school and despite a minor heart condition, he won the NCAA championship in 1935.
Snow days have schools making up for lost time
After a couple of winter storms, students in Green Country have been able to enjoy a few snow days this school year. But many schools…
Claremore mayor dies from heart attack
The City of Claremore announced Tuesday morning that Mayor Michael (Mickey) Perry died Dec. 16.
Pledge to return to Sequoyah High School
Students and staff in the Sequoyah Public Schools in Claremore have found common ground on reintroducing the Pledge of Allegiance in the…
School: RSU professor killed in auto-ped
A Rogers State professor for the majority of the past two decades was killed in a car accident Tuesday, university officials have confirmed.
Firefighters battle blaze at UPCO
A fire at the UPCO facility on Amah Parkway was reported just before 3:30 a.m.
Best Buy homicide trial with jury
One of two men accused in a deadly shooting at a midtown Best Buy store may know his fate soon.
Bridges "Barkery" makes, sells dog treats
For almost half a century Tulsa’s Bridges Foundation has offered vocational and educational training for adults with developmental…
Police: Man used Facebook to lure women to apt.
A Tulsa man is behind bars, accused of using Facebook to lure women to his apartment in an attempt to rape them.
Auto insurers may now begin tracking you
John Matarese reports on the next "big brother" gadget from insureres.
The hidden fees with low cost airlines
John Matarese shows one downside of flying a discount airline
Tax tip: Avoid these dangerous deductions
It's the height of tax season, and right now most of us are organizing our paperwork, looking for those 1099s, and trying to figure…