This article originally appeared in print in Hill Magazine and online in the Arkansas Traveler here. In a house in Little Rock with a small group of fellow supporters, Ryan Denham, 34, sat in front of a TV for several hours. By 10:40 p.m., multiple news outlets had called it. He flipped from news channels […]Read more "Jaded Conquest of Cannabis"
This article originally published in the Tulsa World. Tulsa police arrested a suspect accused of shooting at his fiance multiple times and hitting her once in the foot. Officers arrested Aron Chisholm on complaints of shooting with intent to kill, assault with a deadly weapon and domestic assault and battery after a felony conviction. The […]Read more "Tulsa police arrest suspect accused of shooting at fiance"
This article originally published in Tulsa Business & Legal News When PetsWell Pantry founder Lien Alsup created her small business — a startup dedicated to baking fresh food and treats for pets − her work got off to a quick start. Alsup began selling food and treats in November before opening a food truck in April. Since […]Read more "Kitchen 66 helps local entrepreneurs dive into food industry"
This article originally published in the Coweta American, a weekly publication connected to the Tulsa World. WAGONER — Former Wagoner County Sheriff Bob Colbert and former sheriff’s Capt. Jeff Gragg will face trial on bribery charges, a judge ruled Friday. Sequoyah County Special Judge Matt Orendorff ruled sufficient evidence was presented during a preliminary hearing […]Read more "Former Wagoner County sheriff, captain to face trial on bribery charges"
This article originally published in the Tulsa World. Police arrested a convicted felon in Tulsa on allegations that he stole a gun from a woman while attempting to rob her. Timothy Worthington, 25, was arrested around 1:35 p.m. after he jumped into a pond at Centennial Park while attempting to evade police, according to an arrest […]Read more "Felon stole gun from woman, tried to evade police by jumping into pond, Tulsa police allege"
This article originally published in the Tulsa World. With the start of a new school year just a few short weeks away, thousands of area high school students are preparing to head back to school. Meanwhile, some others never left. Hundreds of high school marching band members have spent their summer in hours-long practices preparing […]Read more "Area high school marching bands spend summer gearing up for season"
This article originally published in the Tulsa World When 24-year-old Kelsey Quick decided she was going to host a Pokemon-themed run, she thought she could find at least 10 to 15 people who would be interested. After posting her idea in the Tulsa Pokemon Go Facebook group, that number skyrocketed, she said. More than 1,000 […]Read more "Pokemon Go 5k draws hundreds of fans to event at LaFortune Park"