ARDMORE – The Chickasaw Nation is hosting a 5k run and 1-mile fun run June 2 at Ardmore Regional Park, 2704 N. Rockford Road.
The Chickasaw Nation Election Commission announces the filing period opens June 4 and continues through June 6 for the 2018 general elections.
OKLAHOMA CITY — The state Legislature must mandate routine probes into state agencies to ferret out fraud, misuse and mismanagement of taxpayer money, a scathing Oklahoma Multicounty Grand Jury report found.
The Pontotoc County Literacy Coalition will host an open house and recognition ceremony from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. May 30 in the Music Room on the second floor of the Ada Public Library. Light refreshments will be served, and certificates will be presented to volunteers and their students. The p…
SULPHUR — Participating in the Artesian Arts Festival has also become a time for reunion and fellowship for a family of Chickasaw artists.
McAlester Elite Gymnastics Academy gymnasts traveled to Farmington, Missiouri, May 5 to compete in the AAU Regional Championships. They took two teams comprising 20 gymnasts and came home as the Xcel Gold AAU Regional Champions. Their Xcel Platinum team placed second, just 1.7 points behind …
Cody Ramsey, Caleb McMahon-Csaki, Memphis Gra and Byron Ross have accomplished something that has never been done in Vanoss School history. They have won three consecutive OJABA state championships since 2016.
Ada City Schools was recently named a recipient of a DART Foundation grant that will enable the district to develop Maker Space Engineering Labs at each of its four elementary sites. The $50,000 grant, “DART Foundation iLabs: Spaces for Inspiration, Innovation, and Imagination,” will provide…
OKLAHOMA CITY — Amid the ongoing legal and ballot challenges to the state’s recent tax hikes, Oklahoma districts are struggling to figure out how much compensation to offer teachers next year.
In case you have been vacationing on another planet, or perhaps you have just climbed out of winter hibernation after spending the past several months in a cave, or maybe you just left your stint as a cloistered nun, a wedding of note took place Saturday.
So, remember how I wrote last week about NASA holding a science chat about Europa? Turns out it was nothing but a big ol' nothingburger. Ish.
Editor’s Note: This story is the last of a series of articles covering the five-year anniversary of the deadly May 20, 2013, tornado.
Two people are presumed dead after a late night boat collision on Lake Thunderbird, though only one of those deaths has been confirmed.
Educators and students from across Oklahoma came together Saturday night in Norman to celebrate educational achievements and honor the hard work of the state’s teachers.
When they see the new plants sprouting from the ground, or when that first tomato appears on the vine, gardeners know their efforts are worthwhile. Unfortunately, insects, weeds, plant diseases and other pests can wreak havoc on the garden.
ENID, Okla. — Southern Baptists remain split over a seminary head who’s drawn criticism for counseling women to remain in abusive marriages and for referring to a teenage girl as “built.”
MONTECITO, CA (KEYT/CNN) - For one Montecito, CA, man who was trapped in his home when mudslides ravaged his neighborhood, nothing represents the sacrifices of first responders better than a pair of shoes.
SACRAMENTO, CA (KOLO/KTXL/CNN) - A father whose 5-year-old daughter's body was found in a storage unit was in court Monday.
MCDONOUGH COUNTY, IL (WGEM/CNN) – An Illinois valedictorian is considering legal action against his high school after he says administrators told him to remove references to his Christian faith from his graduation speech.
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PHILADELPHIA (KYW/CNN) – A Philadelphia father was shot 10 times trying to protect his pregnant, recently married daughter in a shooting that may have been motivated by jealousy.
RIVER ROGUE, MI (WDIV/CNN) – A 3-year-old boy in Michigan succumbed to his injuries Monday after he was shot in the head while sleeping in his home over the weekend.
Vigorous lava flows continue to cascade into the ocean in lower Puna, creating large plumes of "laze" — clouds of toxic gas, steam and tiny glass particles — that could force nearby residents to evacuate at a moment's notice, authorities warned Monday.
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This Week's Circulars
- Ugly letters force Ada coach to leave
- Matt Bryant leaving Latta school for greener pastures
- Trail ride to raise funds for former deputy's family
- PUBLIC RECORDS
- Sulphur woman dies in rollover wreck
- Suspect's escape cut short
- House damaged by fire in Center
- Petition drive aims to put tax increases on November ballot
- OHP releases names of injured troopers in Talihina shootout
- 1 dead, 4 injured in Talihina explosion; Suspect may have 'booby trapped' building