Oklahoma

Oklahoma News: Attorney General Hunter, Announce Initiative to Help Solve Cold, Missing, Unidentified Person Cases

Attorney General Hunter announces he will push for legislation next session that requires law enforcement agencies statewide to enter missing individuals and unidentified remains into the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System, also known as NamUs OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter Thursday, August 16th, led a delegation of local and state … Continue reading Oklahoma News: Attorney General Hunter, Announce Initiative to Help Solve Cold, Missing, Unidentified Person Cases

OKLAHOMA | Game Wardens Up North Set Free Shotgun Tune-Ups for Youths

OKLAHOMA– Game wardens in north-central and northwestern Oklahoma are looking for some young hunters to join them on select Tuesdays and Thursdays in August to bust some clay pigeons in preparation for the Sept. 1 dove season opener. Game Wardens in the Wildlife Department’s Law Enforcement District 8 will conduct Shotgun Training Education Program (STEP) … Continue reading OKLAHOMA | Game Wardens Up North Set Free Shotgun Tune-Ups for Youths

ST. LOUIS | The Latest: McIlroy contending, but not winning enough

ST. LOUIS — The Latest from the PGA Championship at Bellerive Country Club (all times local): 2 p.m. Rory McIlroy’s only complaint about his season is that he’s not winning enough. McIlroy ended an 18-month drought when he won the Arnold Palmer Invitational in March, and he would have expected more at this point. He … Continue reading ST. LOUIS | The Latest: McIlroy contending, but not winning enough

NEW YORK | Probe underway after baby found dead in East River

NEW YORK  — Police are investigating the death of a baby who was found floating in the East River near the Brooklyn Bridge. A family visiting from Stillwater, Oklahoma, spotted the boy, about 8 months old, at about 4 p.m. Sunday. He was wearing only a diaper and was in shallow water near the Manhattan … Continue reading NEW YORK | Probe underway after baby found dead in East River

Oklahoma News: Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin Appoints Michelann Ooten as Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management Director

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin Thursday announced she is appointing Michelann Ooten to serve as director of the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management (OEM).  Ooten, the agency’s deputy director, will replace Albert Ashwood, the nation’s longest-tenured state director, who is retiring Aug. 31. Ooten has 17 years of experience with OEM, including … Continue reading Oklahoma News: Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin Appoints Michelann Ooten as Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management Director

Oklahoma News: Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin Reappoints Ann Bryant to Oklahoma Health Care Authority

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – Governor Mary Fallin Friday announced she has reappointed Ann Bryant to the Oklahoma Health Care Authority (OHCA) Board. Bryant, of Enid, will serve a four-year term effective Sept. 2, and expiring Sept. 1, 2022.  She serves on the board as a consumer member from the Third Congressional District. Bryant has served on … Continue reading Oklahoma News: Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin Reappoints Ann Bryant to Oklahoma Health Care Authority

OKLAHOMA | Youths Can Apply by Aug. 15 for Private Lands Bonus Deer Hunt

DEADLINE TO APPLY: AUG. 15 OKLAHOMA– Young deer hunters have a unique opportunity to participate in one of four bonus antlerless deer hunts that will take place on private lands on these dates in these counties: Ellis County, Oct. 12-13, 2018. Love County Oct. 19, 2018 (mandatory orientation Oct. 18, 2018). Dec. 7, 2018 (mandatory … Continue reading OKLAHOMA | Youths Can Apply by Aug. 15 for Private Lands Bonus Deer Hunt

Oklahoma News: Oklahoma Attorney General Hunter Comments on PSO’s Cancelation of the Wind Catcher Project

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter today released the following statement after Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO) announced it would no longer seek pre-approval from the Oklahoma Corporation Commission (OCC) for its proposed Wind Catcher project. The company’s decision to cancel the project comes a day after the Texas Public Utility … Continue reading Oklahoma News: Oklahoma Attorney General Hunter Comments on PSO’s Cancelation of the Wind Catcher Project