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Bodies found in middle of road identified.

The two people who died of apparent gunshot wounds in Sumner County have been identified. The Sumner County Sheriff’s Office is treating the incident as a murder-suicide since the discovery of the bodies Saturday. 36 year old Wellington resident Toby Farley and 27 year old Carrie... Read More.

Drowning in Grant county.

A drowning occurred southeast of Wakita in Grant County late Sunday. Kingman, Kansas resident Daniel Mark Smith was pronounced dead at the scene by the Wakita Fire Department and his body was transported to the Lanman funeral Home in Cherokee. The incident is still under investigation... Read More.

Back the Blue.

At a recent community event, there was a problem with a drawing for a major door prize. A misunderstanding led the event organizers to redraw for this door prize, and Sergeant Rob Hughes of the Ponca City Police Department was the winner of the redraw. When... Read More.

Silver Alert for Danny Hodge cancelled.

Saturday afternoon a Silver Alert was issued for Perry resident and International Wrestling Legend, Danny Hodge. At 11 am Sunday, the 86 year old was located and the silver alert, issued when an older adult with possible medical issues, cannot be located, was cancelled. No further... Read More.

Stillwater man arrested for rape.

A rural Stillwater man who had appeared on the Dr. Phil show about parents wanting to disown their child over substance abuse and alleged violent acts threatened against them, has been arrested for rape of a 15 year old girl. Adam Caldwell Miles was arrested... Read More.

Utility Phone Scam Alert – In Ponca City

A man with a foreign dialect has contacted two local hotels and told them the utilities would be cut off to their businesses in 30 minutes if they weren’t paid. The caller gave a telephone number to contact to pay and assured them would... Read More.

Battle of the Badges Blood Drive July 12

Local first responders are working together to help ensure blood is available during medical emergencies by partnering with the American Red Cross for the Arkansas City vs. Winfield Battle of the Badges Blood Drives. First responders in each city are teaming up to see who... Read More.