KUSH Radio News Headlines
Oklahoma Highway Patrol authorities are closer to completing their investigation on the fatality crash that killed four North Central Texas College students on Sept. 26, 2014 in Murray County near the Turner Falls exit on Interstate 35. Four college students ranging in age from 18 to 20 lost their lives in that crash.
A man accused of possessing a pickup that was allegedly stolen in Drumright from Koby Oilfield Service, as well as having methamphetamine in his jeans when he was arrested at a Cushing bar, was arraigned Friday from the Payne County Jail where he was being held on $20,000 bail.
The Cushing Tigers were sent to Stillwater at 4:00 p.m. this afternoon by a crowd of cheering fans who lined up and down Highway 18.
Cushing Police and Fire Department Reports 12/18/14 - 12/19/14
A Cushing woman -- who was ordered into the Payne County Drug Court program four months ago -- was charged Wednesday with bringing the drugs, methadone and alprazolam, into the Payne County Jail on Tuesday.
A Cushing woman was charged Wednesday with embezzling $23,823 in Child Nutrition Fund payments during a five and one-half year period while she employed by the Cushing public school system.
A Perkins man -- who was arrested following a tip from Emergency Management Director Travis Majors -- has been ordered to appear in court this afternoon on charges of possessing methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia in Perkins.
A Stillwater woman accused of cutting the back of a man’s head with a scalpel has been ordered to appear in court on Jan. 5 when she can seek a preliminary hearing on a felony charge of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.
A Stillwater man accused of raping his 14-year-old babysitter twice at his rural residence has been jailed on $200,000 bail with an order to appear in court on Jan. 5.
Cushing Police and Fire Department Reports 12/17/14 - 12/18/14
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports that there was a one car accident that produced a fatality this morning at approximately 8:25 (am). The accident happened on "County Road" 3430 Road, Chandler, Oklahoma in Lincoln County.
On December 16, 2014 at 10:45 p.m. Cushing Police Officers Ofc. Johnathan Hall and Sgt. Carson Watts were advised of a stolen vehicle out of Drumright and a possible suspect of James Fowler.
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The First Free Will Baptist Church located at 1130 East Main (Cushing ) will be hosting a Drive thru Nativity.
KUSH paid a visit to Mrs. Kuykendall's 4th grade class at Deep Rock Elementary on Wednesday to thank students for the Christmas cards they sent.
Here is this week's school breakfast and lunch menu. This is the last week of school before the kiddos get out for Christmas break.
The First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) will present their 2014 Christmas Cantata Sunday, December 14, 2014 at 2:00 p.m.
Congratulations to Blake Burden, CHS senior for receiving the Tulsa World Player of the Week Award.
Children will have a special opportunity to do some inexpensive Christmas shopping for their families at the Elks Children's Holiday Bazaar to be held Thursday, Dec. 11th.
A small group from the Payne County Leadership Connections class attended a luncheon today at The Saville Center (a child advocacy center in Stillwater, Oklahoma).
Pawnee first graders were well-represented in the KUSH Christmas Review, with four teachers (Amanda Bales, Mrs. Coffey, Mrs. McFarland, & Mrs. Ritthaler) submitting their students' Letters to Santa.
Olive first graders weren't able to get their letters in before the KUSH Christmas Review came out, but KUSH didn't want to leave them out! So here are Letters to Santa from Olive.
First graders from Mrs. Bridwell and Mrs. Cobble's classes in Oilton submitted their Letters to Santa to KUSH.
Oak Grove first graders got in on the Letters to Santa action, too!
The following are letters submitted by Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Smith first graders at Bradley Elementary in Drumright.