OKLAHOMA CITY — Officials announced Monday that lawmakers can’t continue to help subsidize the health care of tens of thousands of uninsured Oklahomans.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Leadership Oklahoma, a statewide leadership program, is now accepting applications for its 2018 Youth Leadership Oklahoma class, which will be held June 3-8, 2018. Applicants must be high school juniors or the home-schooled equivalent with at least a 3.25 grade point average …
Gunshots were reported near an area school Monday, but police did not find any evidence to confirm a shooting took place.
The innovativeness of Jamie Leach and the leadership of her husband, Clyde, led to the formation of Leachco, an Ada-based company that focuses on the safety and well-being of children, as well as the comfort of expectant moms while adding convenience to parents’ busy lifestyles in 1988.
The second annual Mummy and Son Dance will take place Oct. 26 at Wintersmith Lodge, 1700 Wintersmith Drive.
STILLWATER — It is one of the oldest areas of concern in the digital age: creating passwords that the user can remember and yet are as secure as possible.
The most powerful moment of Zac Hawkins’ recent mission trip to Houston came when he handed a bucket of cleaning supplies to a Muslim family and asked if he could pray for them — and they agreed.
A Latta High School junior’s artwork has made it into the final round of a statewide license plate design competition.
ENID, Okla. — Major County Sheriff Steve Randolph said he had no comment about a jail mug shot taken by his office featuring a Ringwood man in a blond wig and glasses.
Healthcare, tax reform, Dodd Frank and the reason why, even with the control of every part of government, Republicans can't seem to get any movement on their issues were all matters discussed Monday at Congressman Frank Lucas' town hall gathering in Woodward.
Live music, popcorn, superheroes and princesses were on hand Saturday to entertain the crowd at the fifth annual Wild West Fall Fest.
More often than not, a writer's words are visually read, not heard.
That wasn't the case for Jeanetta Calhoun Mish, the 2017-2018 Oklahoma poet laureate, when she was welcomed back to Tahlequah Saturday night at a gathering of artistic souls.
NORMAN — While city leaders weigh the possible implications of a multi-million dollar arena and entertainment district TIF, there is one group that has remained largely absent from the conversation: University of Oklahoma students.
NORMAN — Balloon launches, super heroes, tornadoes and more will be part of this year’s National Weather Festival at the National Weather Center on Saturday.
NORMAN — Former Norman Public Schools employee and 2016 Oklahoma Teacher of the Year Shawn Sheehan’s departure to Texas earlier this year has been used by education advocates as an example of the negative effects of Oklahoma’s lack of adequate education funding.
I like to highlight perennials that are good subjects for fall planting and keep their green through the winter. I personally find herbaceous perennials (those that die back to bare dirt in the winter) trickier to transplant in autumn. Today, Campanula is the star of the show.
The last thing Rick Dawson expected after a good day of racing at Anderson Speedway was for two experienced drivers to get into a fight and be led away in handcuffs.
States and insurance companies scrambled to raise premiums for insurance plans sold on the Affordable Care Act exchanges Monday, after the White House announced it was ending key federal subsidy payments.
Dicamba has emerged as a successor to Monsanto's Roundup, but recriminations and lawsuits have followed.
When you see commercials with elite athletes dramatically tearing up the basketball court or drilling long balls to center field, the ever-important question always follows: Is it in you? Well, according to experts, not as much as it should. Doctors say we need 4,700 milligrams daily, but studies show most people aren’t getting enough potassium in their diet.
Incidents of terrorism at entertainment venues worldwide have heightened safety concerns at similar venues across the country. But a recent incident in Minnesota is prompting questions about where the line is between ensuring fans are safe and inconveniencing them to the point where they decide not to return.
More than a third of Americans in a new national survey said they think the heightened focus on diversity at work has overlooked white men, according to the consultancy firm Ernst & Young. Thirty-two percent of male respondents, meanwhile, reported feeling "personally excluded" in the office.
To milk a cone snail requires guile and guts.
Brittany Harris, more than 7,000 miles away from where her husband was killed in August by a suicide bomber in Afghanistan, wanted his fellow soldiers to share in the joy of a moment he wasn't alive to see.