Rep. Carl Newton, R-Cherokee, recently thanked Oklahoma governor for signing into law a bill that will allow teens as young as 14 years old who live or work on a family farm to be eligible for a driving permit to go directly to or from home, work or school.

A criminal complaint has been unsealed that charges Tyler Jay Marshall, 36, of Enid, with transmitting a threat in interstate commerce, announced United States Attorney Robert J. Troester.

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Enel North America announced it plans to build a solar cell and panel manufacturing facility in eastern Oklahoma that would employ about 1,000 people after the Legislature agreed to a $180 million incentive package to help lure the company.

CHS, WTC student awards

Western Technology Center (WTC) Sayre Cosmetology instructor Bill Helton, presents Shakira Hernandez, Clinton High School student and WTC Sayre Cosmetology student, with year end awards for Perfect Attendance of the year and Outstanding Student of the year.

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russian troops and security forces quashed Tuesday an alleged cross-border raid from Ukraine, claiming to have killed more than 70 attackers in a battle that lasted around 24 hours, a senior Moscow official said.

WASHINGTON (AP) — Police have arrested a Missouri man they believe intentionally crashed a U-Haul truck into a security barrier at a park across from the White House.