• Jimmy Gillispie | CNHI Oklahoma
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Phil Forte has been at Oklahoma State since the fall of 2012 and he’s accomplished many things while closing in on several records as his time as a college athlete winds down.

  • Josh Newton | CNHI Oklahoma
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Sentencing has been set for next week in the case of a former Tahlequah Area Chamber of Commerce director who embezzled nearly half a million dollars from the entity over a period of several years.

  • David Dishman | Staff writer
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An alien movie focused more upon the relationships of humans should leave audiences thinking long after the credits roll.

  • D.E. Smoot | CNHI Oklahoma
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Representatives of a company planning to build a 20-inch pipeline to carry crude oil from Cushing to Memphis, Tenn., refinery met recently with county officials to discuss security concerns. 

  • By Josh Newton | CNHI News Oklahoma

PONCA CITY - Authorities in Kay County have captured a local serial arsonist accused of trying to set fire to a shop building in Ponca City last month.

  • By John Shinn | CNHI Sports Oklahoma

Oklahoma making more than it missed from the field in Wednesday 92-66 victory over Oral Roberts wasn

t a surprise. It was the fourth time in eight games the Sooners have done that. What OU did at the free-throw line was the revelation. It went 15 for 16. The 93.8 conversion percentage was by far and away a season.

  • By Michelle Charles | CNHI News Oklahoma

It looks like a sequel to “The Notebook," a popular romantic drama based on the Nicholas Sparks novel of the same name, isn’t about to begin filming in Stillwater or anywhere, for that matter. There’s also nothing to indicate actor Leonardo DiCaprio is buying an RV park in Stillwater after being impressed when helpful residents changed a flat tire he got while driving through.

  • By John Shinn | CNHI Sports Oklahoma

NORMAN — Oklahoma wide receiver Dede Westbrook, offensive lineman Orlando Brown and coach Bob Stoops each took home individual awards and the seven OU players were selected on the coaches All-Big 12 on Wednesday.

  • CNHI News Oklahoma

UPDATE — 3:42 p.m. According to Oklahoma City Police spokesperson MSgt. Gary Knight, a report of a shooting that occurred at the Greenway Plaza Shopping Center at SW 119th and Western came in at about 9:15 a.m. 

  • By Fred Katz | Thunder Beat Writer

OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma City Thunder are 22 games into their season, which means one thing: It’s too late to write quarter-season awards. At 14-8, the Thunder sit in a race with the Houston Rockets, Utah Jazz, Memphis Grizzlies and more for the Western Conference's No. 4 playoff seed. The Rockets visit Friday. Before they do, it's a good time to unveil The Slightly Late Quarter-Season Awards.

  • The Joplin Globe Editorial Board

Our coverage of the 75th anniversary of Pearl Harbor today is derived from history itself as well as past interviews with Pearl Harbor veterans.

  • By Jeff Hopper | CNHI Sports Oklahoma
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Allow me to preface the rest of this column by saying that I understand that Bedlam was not the end of the world. Mike Gundy will probably go down as one of the all-time greatest football coaches at Oklahoma State University, and I don’t want him gone. Similarly, Mason Rudolph will finish his career with the Cowboys as a top-five quarterback in OSU history.

  • By Lacey Sudderth | CNHI News Oklahoma
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With water outages and low pressure complaints continuing, leaders of Pittsburg County Rural Water District #14 are continuing to pursue funding for a plan to construct a pipeline to link the water district with the Pittsburg County Water Authority’s distribution system.

  • By Tony Capobianco Staff Writer
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Before becoming the assistant basketball coach at Enid High School, Mario Woodson played professionally in Europe for nearly a decade. He also played in the Continental Basketball League back when it was the NBA D-League of its time.

  • Tahlequah Daily Press Editorial Board

It's difficult to determine the impetus or the motive behind President-elect Donald Trump's brief rants on Twitter, the social media platform that limits users to 140 characters per post.

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Seventy-five years ago today, the United States was thrust into World War II and our nation’s Greatest Generation was born of the tragic events.

  • By Tim Ahrens | CNHI News Oklahoma

A Payne County judge ruled Tuesday afternoon that the trial of Adacia Chambers will stay in Payne County. Judge Stephen Kistler said he was not convinced by the defense's witnesses, their testimonies and closing arguments that there is overall hostile prejudice by Payne County residents against the 26-year-old woman.

  • By Patty Miller | CNHI News Oklahoma
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Seventy-five years ago today, the American naval base at Pearl Harbor was attacked by Japanese fighter planes. The action led to President Franklin D. Roosevelt saying, “the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked. No matter how long it may take … we will not only defend ourselves to the uttermost, but will make very certain that this form of treachery shall never endanger us again.”

  • By Patty Miller | CNHI News Oklahoma

The attack on Pearl Harbor affected many people in different ways. Age was no common denominator, nor was where someone lived. From the young men and women in America stepping away from their jobs and responsibilities at home those young and old alike in Europe who were snatched from their homes and the lives they once lived, the bombing of Pearl Harbor reverberated throughout the world.