Carrie Underwood loves her husband Mike Fisher enough to put up with his mess and collection of "dead things on the walls".
Carrie Underwood is marking 11 years of marriage to her husband Mike Fisher, as she took to social media to say she can’t wait to ring in “many more” anniversaries in the future.
A (former) Tulsa Fire Department captain whose bank robbery case was moved to federal court has also been charged with embezzlement in Tulsa County.
An investigation had determined Jerry Brown, who retired the week after news of his arrest broke, made off with nearly $320,000 from two Osage County financial institutions last spring.
Here's to these longtime couples, all of whom have been married for at least a decade (and in many cases for multiple decades), and with each spouse having achieved his or her own share of fame in their respective professions.
The second episode debuts Wednesday, June 3.
A probable cause affidavit for Jerry Brown indicates the FBI was tipped to his possible involvement by a teller at Oklahoma Capital Bank in Skiatook.
Tulsa Fire Captain Jerry Ray Brown was arrested in Tulsa by the Skiatook Police Department in connection with the March 12 robbery of Oklahoma…
Osage County Commissioner Kevin Paslay has been charged with bid rigging, a felony offense, in Osage County and a warrant has been issued for …
Country music star Carrie Underwood appeared on NBC’s “Today” show Tuesday to promote her new book but, of course, was asked about the tornadi…
Nick Silva was suspended with pay about two weeks ago after the Osage County District Attorney’s Office asked the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation to look into allegations of a police employee mishandling a confidential informant.
Paslay said he has been investigated by the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation, but he angrily denied any wrongdoing and criticized city leaders during a Skiatook City Council meeting last week.
Osage County Commissioner Kevin Paslay said he has been investigated by the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation, but he angrily denied any …
Two security officers and two truck drivers en route to Colorado were arrested by local police a year ago in Pawhuska while transporting a huge hemp shipment.
The contentious ordeal surrounding the seizure of a massive shipment of hemp and the arrests of its transporters came to a quiet conclusion Tuesday when the entire case was dismissed a day earlier than planned.
A federal lawsuit has reportedly been brought by the Colorado buyer of the shipment against the Kentucky seller alleged by DA Mike Fisher to have "duped" the hemp security company into participating in the illegal shipment of 4,326 pounds of marijuana under the guise of a legal hemp purchase.
A federal lawsuit has reportedly been brought by the Colorado buyer of the shipment against the Kentucky seller alleged to have "duped" the hemp security company into participating in the illegal shipment of 4,326 pounds of marijuana under the guise of a legal hemp purchase.
"Everybody's a critic."
District Attorney Mike Fisher on Friday told reporters "all 60 samples in the truck were tested" by a college in Oklahoma and that is what he relied upon in making his decision to continue. However, a Redlands Community College spokesperson on Tuesday told the Tulsa World that its tests of the plant material weren't done.
Osage County’s district attorney dropped the marijuana trafficking case against two drivers of a hemp shipment seized in Pawhuska, but the security personnel who accompanied them continue to face prosecution.
Osage County District Attorney Mike Fisher said Wednesday he plans to continue pursuing charges against the two men who were providing security for the shipment but that he will decide at the meeting Friday whether he will do the same with the two truck drivers, both immigrants from Africa.
Court documents show the case against Nosakhare "Alexander" Agbonze, 30, ended Feb. 12 with a guilty plea to an amended charge of possession of a stolen vehicle in connection with a reported assault and theft in April 2006.
"I am confused as to why you have changed your position and are continuing with prosecuting men that truly could have not had any knowledge that this small margin of error had occurred ... " according to the letter from Tulsa defense attorney Paul Brunton.