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Gay Chickasha man says he was asked to leave Walmart because of his sexual orientation
A local man said he was asked by a janitor to leave the Chickasha Walmart around midnight Wednesday because of his sexual orientation.
Final 2 Caddo County inmates captured by authorities
The Caddo County Sheriff's Office is reporting the remaining two inmates who escaped from the Caddo County Jail on Oct. 27 are back in custody.
Inmate killed in Grady jail altercation
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is investigating a death that took place around noon, Nov. 2 at the Grady County Jail.
Two Caddo county escapees caught in Chickasha
Two of the four inmates that escaped from Caddo County Jail early Sunday morning have been caught in Chickasha.
Chickasha businesses report string of burglaries
A night of crime resulted in reports of burglaries at three Chickasha businesses Friday morning.
CIP tax will continue for another decade
After months of campaigning on both sides, the citizens of Chickasha voted to continue a 3/4 cent Capital Improvement Tax yesterday.
Arrest made in east side shooting
A man has been arrested for his involvement in a shooting last week on the east side of Chickasha.
Man run over by train in apparent suicide
An Amber man was killed this morning after he was struck by a train near Pocasset in what an Oklahoma Highway Patrol officer reports is an apparent suicide.
Teenage victim receives multiple gunshot wounds in east side shooting
The Chickasha Police Department is investigating a shooting that took place last night at 10:22 p.m. in the 1500 block of Shepard street
Sylve pleads guilty to knowingly transmitting HIV/AIDS virus
Chris Sylve, the man accused of knowingly transmitting the HIV/AIDS virus to two women, entered a plea of guilty today at the Grady County Courthouse.
Sylve also plead guilty to three counts of second degree rape of a minor. Sylve was sentenced to 15 years for each count of rape and five years for both counts of knowingly intending to transmit the HIV/AIDS virus.
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