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A 19-year-old out on bail after being arrested on charges of knowingly concealing stolen property was shot Tuesday night in a house described by police as a “hub for illegal activity.”

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In the noise, bustle and flashing lights of a busy bar, it’s easy to miss little things, like a counterfeit $20 that gets mixed in with the bar’s real money.

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Stillwater citizens can interact easier with local government and get a clearer understanding on where their money goes through the online software program called Balancing Act.

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Stillwater’s college students may have left town for spring break, but that didn’t stop one downtown bike shop from hosting a race across more than 100 miles of country backroads Saturday morning.

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Even though esports is rising in popularity, casinos are not ready to take on the task of adding them to their gaming floors, according to Sheila Morago, the Executive Director of the Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association.

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Stillwater City Council held a study session for discussion on the sixth avenue project and other agenda items on Monday. City manager, Norman McNickle, called on the city engineering director, Monty Karns , to present the studies and ideas from Oklahoma Department of Transport’s (ODOT) proj…

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The Block 34 Citizen’s Task Force approved a sculptural wind turbine for the empty lot in downtown Stillwater on Thursday afternoon.

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A suspected car burglar is in custody after a group of citizens who saw him breaking into cars followed him and detained him until police arrived.

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Instructors from the Oklahoma State University Police Department plan to lead a four-day self-defense course starting Monday.