Public asked to avoid water at Bryant Park Beach
(GRAND TRAVERSE COUNTY, Mich.) The Grand Traverse County Health Department is advising the public to stay out of the water at Bryant Park Beach.  According to the health department about...
Woman arrested for killing her father, taking off with two kids
(WAGONER COUNTY, Okla.) A woman was arrested Monday following reports that she had killed her father, then fled with her two children.  The Wagoner County Sheriff’s Office said deputies...
Summer Outside: 6 Games for Backyard Entertaining
Presented by Carabelle’s Eats and Treats, where everything's from scratch with a small batch. It’s time to be the host with the most, with Carabelle’s help or on your own!  Photo...
New technology "greenlights" safety in the water
Photo Courtesy: SwimSmart Warning Systems (Mich.) Two beaches along Lake Michigan have some new warning lights this year, designed to help people decide if they should go in the...
Officer arrested
(TULSA, Okla.)  On July 3 at 8:19 a.m., Officer Todd Snedegar was on-duty and advised dispatch that he was involved in a non-injury collision near 4000 S. Memorial Dr. Officers responded...
Arson at 81st and Memorial QT
(TULSA, Okla.) On Monday at 2:45 a.m., officers and the TFD were called to the QT at 8081 S Memorial in reference to a subject attempting to burn the store.  The QT clerk stated that a...
Educators to learn about resources for multi-lingual and -cultural leaners at Language and Cultural Services Summit
(TULSA, Okla.) Approximately 40 educators are meeting virtually on Monday and Tuesday to engage in professional development around supporting Native American students and students...
Hot hot heat all next week
(TULSA, Okla.) A cluster of thunderstorms currently moving across the Tulsa sites will continue to progress to the south and eventually die off as sunset approaches. Otherwise, light...
Oklahoma’s coronavirus hospitalizations over 490 for first time since late February
Written By: Kassie McClung  (TULSA, Okla.) The Frontier is again tracking hospitalizations and confirmed cases of COVID-19 in an effort to inform people where the virus is...
At one former Native American school in Oklahoma, honoring the dead now falls to alumni
Written By: Ari Fife (KAY COUNTY, Okla.) A few miles from the Kansas border, a handful of Chilocco Indian Agricultural School alumni drove down a long dirt road on a warm July morning to...