In the wake of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, used car buyers across the country should be on high alert for deals that seem “too good to be true.”
NORMAN — A woman walked into the free STD testing site in Oklahoma City where Gabriel Guerrero works with the Latino Community Development Agency.
We didn’t have a lot of money when I was a boy.
Oklahoma Farm Bureau Safety Services will present an auto accident prevention course from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Oct. 2 and 3, at the Pontotoc County Farm Bureau Office, 1027 W. Main, Ada.
ENID — The First Amendment of the United States Constitution states, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech … “
￼WASHINGTON — As Senate Republicans make a final stab this year at undoing former President Barack Obama’s health care law, health care advocates are urging their legislators to vote against the measure.
St. Philip’s Episcopal Church in Ardmore will host a hymn festival at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 29. Presented by the Southern Plains Chapter of the American Guild of Organists in Norman, the event, which is free of charge, will feature nine professional organists. The performers will creatively i…
Learning about Oklahoma’s wildlife and discovering fun ways to teach about the outdoors will be the focus of a Project WILD Workshop being conducted at East Central University from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 30, in the Lanoy Education Building, Room 101.
Previously, Oklahoma State was limited to 17 states and Ohio State to 19 states, with both universities sharing branding rights in Iowa.
Police arrested a Joplin man Thursday evening after he allegedly fired a gun at his 24-year-old brother, with children present, and because he was found to have 21 outstanding city warrants, according to a news release from the Joplin Police Department.
Three people were transported to the emergency room after they were allegedly attacked by a dog.
Ahh, the '90s. Indeed the time of plenty when it came to cheesy pop love songs.
NORMAN — When disaster calls, someone has to answer —even if it’s in another state.
NORMAN — Overcoming obstacles has become a habit for determined folks in rural Lexington who desperately need a new water supply.
NORMAN — Oklahoma high school cheerleading won’t be on the sidelines this weekend as squads head to the Oklahoma State Championship Cheer Competition.
Maker Trail combines the worldwide maker movement with the lighter, quicker, cheaper strategy of creative placemaking by providing opportunities to learn, create and discover at numerous stations during First Friday.
Since the inauguration of President Trump, health care has been front and center in American politics. Yet, attention has almost exclusively been focused on the Affordable Care Act, most recently in the form of Graham-Cassidy. With Congress preoccupied with a series of Republican efforts to repeal and replace the ACA, little attention has been paid to a long-running bipartisan program providing insurance coverage to millions of American children: the Children’s Health Insurance Program, often referred to simply as CHIP, which provides coverage to nine million American children.
RUSHVILLE, Ind.-- On Keith Schoettmer’s hog farm on a cool late-summer day, there’s little evidence that thousands of animals live inside barns on the property.
BEREA, Ky. — For teachers at a Kentucky middle school, teaching doesn't stop at the classroom doors. Lessons can be found everywhere in the school — including the kitchen — which is why the school’s kitchen manager created a program that lets teachers do the cooking.
SALEM, Mass. – In the onslaught of Hurricane Irma, Stephanie Moffat pushed two mattresses up against the closet door as a woman and her 3-year-old daughter huddled inside.
MOSCOW, Idaho — Six young servicemen, fresh from the prison camps of North Vietnam, had all been accused of collaborating with the enemy while imprisoned. They had made antiwar broadcasts, cooperated with their captors and had written letters condemning the conflict, a senior officer charged.
News this month has been dominated by the massive storms that have roared out of the Atlantic to threaten the United States. First came Hurricane Harvey, which brought devastation to Texas. Then Hurricane Irmarampaged through the Caribbean before slamming into Florida. So it is understandable that Americans might feel a certain weariness about storms. But it is important that the destruction and pain being experienced by our compatriots in Puerto Rico not be ignored or overlooked.
Aaron Hernandez, the former New England Patriots' player who committed suicide in April while serving a life sentence for murder, suffered from chronic traumatic encephalopathy, the neurodegenerative disease linked to the bruising hits on the football field, according to a Boston University study of his brain.
In a historic first, the Marine Corps plans to assign a female officer to the infantry following her anticipated graduation from its grueling training program, service officials said Thursday.