REDLANDS, Calif. – A mid-19th century Bohemian conductor and composer is inspiring a Chickasaw graduate student to pursue a career center stage, conducting a full symphony orchestra.
Well folks, we’re back, and it has certainly been a busy end of summer for local Scouts. In addition to shopping for school supplies and new duds, all 12 local Scouts returned relatively unscathed, save one minor surgical procedure, from their trip to the Summit Bechtel Reserve for the Natio…
Where has summer gone? It seems as though yesterday, school was just out. Children all across Oklahoma have been splashing in local pools, playing with neighborhood friends and attending summer camp. Many families have taken vacations as well. Kids stay up late and sleep in often past 10:00 …
Thanks to a little persuasion from her East Central University professors in the biology department, Jaymi Chumley-Steele wasn’t about to settle on a career away from forensic science.
The Ada Metropolitan Area Planning and Zoning Commission gave first-round approval Thursday to a request to rezone 801 W. 18th St.
BYNG — The emotionally exhaustive task of packing 47 years of professional life in boxes began mid-May.
The fifth annual Chickasaw Nation Day of Prayer will be at 9:30 a.m. Monday, at the Chickasaw Cultural Center, 867 Cooper Memorial Road.
Republican candidate Shawn Howard will seek the Oklahoma State House District 25 seat in the 2018 election. Term limits prevent current Rep. Todd Thomsen from running again. House District 25 covers Pontotoc County.
NORMAN — Norman police have identified the man killed in a collision with a train at the Main Street crossing Wednesday afternoon as 55-year-old Kevin Roy Hicks, of Norman.
City attorney says it has been made easier for the mobile food truck operators to work with the city's code department to get different types of locations.
Attention is the mother’s milk on which these hateful people feed. Deprive them of it and you rob them of their power to strike fear.
Obviously the Lord was speaking to me and maybe He is speaking to you, too.
Days after an interview a writer from the New Yorker conducted with Anthony Scaramucci, the then-White House communications director was fired for use of profane language.
RAIN AND humidity can ruin many things, such as picnic and ball games, but it also causes problems when making candy.
Despite the verbal bravado between North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un and U.S. President Donald Trump, there is general consensus among political, diplomatic and military observers that the chance of war - whether nuclear or conventional - is minuscule. Both sides simply have too much to lose.
The world's largest retailer has applied for a U.S. patent for a floating warehouse that could make deliveries via drones, which would bring products from the aircraft down to shoppers' homes.
BEREA, Ky. — A GPS-based hobby that predates the Pokemon Go craze from last summer is offering some Kentucky residents a fun way to put their navigation skills to good use.
With millions of people expected to flock to sites across 14 states in the band of totality to witness Monday’s solar eclipse, businesses and individuals from coast to coast are looking to cash in on an eclipse payday.
Baseball’s had a home at Bowman Field in Williamsport, Pennsylvania for 91 years, but on Sunday night, the ball field will host an experience like none other: Major League ballplayers in a minor league park with a Little League crowd.
Because of the infrequency in time and location of total solar eclipses, scientists historically have had difficulty studying broad, controlled data collections on eclipse-related animal behavior. But with the advent of smartphone technology, researchers are looping in citizen scientists to help record the effects of solar eclipses.
A Frankfort woman's conviction springing from the placement of pornographic images on a window at her home has been upheld by the Indiana Court of Appeals.
They've dealt with wildfires, hurricanes, mass shootings and warnings of potential earthquakes rumbling beneath their feet, but many first responders and emergency managers say preparing for the coming solar eclipse is unlike any challenge they've faced.