OKLAHOMA CITY — Well, that didn’t go as planned.
SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Jazz wing and former Oklahoma City Thunder shooting guard Thabo Sefolosha believes Russell Westbrook will have to alter his style from previous seasons while alongside new additions Paul George and Carmelo Anthony.
There's nothing that scares me more than the persistent wink-and-a-nod attitude our society takes toward sexual harassment, gender discrimination and domestic violence.
NORMAN — A Cleveland County jury began hearing evidence this week to determine if former day care owner Melissa Dawn Clark was responsible for the death of a 5-month-old baby.
A former Tahlequah couple have been missing for more than three weeks after they flew to the Bahamas to be married, and local family members are looking for answers.
It is "dead week" at the Oklahoma Capitol while the building undergoes construction, and the state's lawmakers are not meeting for the special session.
Port of Muskogee officials renewed their efforts to secure a federal transportation grant to fund a multimillion-dollar railroad project necessary to accommodate modern locomotives.
A Muskogee man arrested in 2012 after police found marijuana growing in his yard has been arrested for allegedly growing marijuana again in his yard.
At least 36 Muskogee families have received affordable homes through Habitat for Humanity since 1992 — homes they put "sweat equity" into by helping build, then pay for with low-payment mortgages.
OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma City Thunder ended Thursday night with a familiar feeling. And it wasn’t from of the 105-84 victory over the New York Knicks in a game they mostly controlled throughout. It was from the postgame interview.
Scott Poynter of Arkansas-based Poynter Law Group announced Thursday his firm has recorded a deposition with former state seismologist Austin Holland about the Oklahoma Geological Survey’s investigation into a series of earthquakes eventually deemed to be related to wastewater disposal wells.
Three people were arrested in Duncan Tuesday after reports of drugs being sold at a residence led to the discovery of large quantities of marijuana, guns and LSD by the Stephens County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO.)
A forensic audit released Thursday by State Auditor and Inspector Gary Jones' office regarding the city of Hartshorne shows that "a possible" more than $1.7 million in utility revenue collected by the city was never deposited.
"I think we will know soon about whether we're going to be able to close this month or soon thereafter. But I don't have an exact closing date yet." — City Manager Jerald Gilbert
Grady Memorial Hospital received great news last week as their project passed the 50 percent completion inspection from the State of Oklahoma and is moving along in completion of the whole project.
Not long after the minute of national news coverage of the Northwest Oklahoma Complex fires died down, most people in the United States and even many in unaffected parts of Oklahoma forgot about the fires and those impacted.
Bullying Awareness Week is an opportunity for people at the grassroots level in communities around the world to get involved in this issue - not by waiting for someone else to take action, but rather for everyone to work together to prevent bullying in communities through education and awareness.
A planned closure of a downstream lock on the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System suppressed the amount of cargo shipped by barge in September to and from the Port of Muskogee.
NORMAN — The prevalence of sexual assault and violence, in the workplace and in any public place, has become a national topic of conversation in recent weeks.
NORMAN — If you ask Normanites how they rate the taste of Norman’s water, you’ll likely get some pretty opinionated responses. Here’s a sampling of some from The Transcript’s recent informal online survey:
James Washington is the focus of the majority of the hype in the wide receiver corps, and deservedly so. However, Marcell Ateman might be more valuable to the team.
Trina Dutton, mother of Army Specialist James E. Dutton who was killed on March 31, 2012, said when her son was killed there was no personal contact from then President Barack Obama.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Thursday evening won't be just opening night for Carmelo Anthony. Heck, it’s not just the first game that counts since he’s come to the Oklahoma City Thunder. Instead, the season tipoff against the New York Knicks has more emotional undertones for OKC’s newest star.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Boston Celtics star Gordon Hayward suffered as gruesome an injury as possible on NBA opening night, landing off-balance on his left leg and fracturing his tibia in the process.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma confirmed Wednesday the company will not be offering its Medicare Advantage plan in Garfield and eight other counties in 2018.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Oklahoma called Stuart Public Schools’ policy regarding the national anthem “unconstitutional and unenforceable” on Wednesday.
A Chickasha man could be in a bunch of trouble after he allegedly took the contents of a cash register and two bananas from a convenience store.
A former inmate alleges Pittsburg County jail staff mocked him and refused to offer medical treatment as he suffered a medication-induced erection lasting more than 91 hours while in jail, according to a lawsuit.
William Lombardy (1937-2017) was the first American to win the World Junior Chess Championship in 1957. He also tied for first place three times as the U.S. Open Championship (1963, 1965, and 1975). He was also Bobby Fisher’s coach and friend and assisted Fisher when he won the World Chess Championship in 1972.
An antiques salesman, was taking a stroll, searching for bottles and other discarded antiques, when he came across a peculiar object on the ground. It was a small carved stone, and appeared to be an old artifact.
For years now, Woodward business owner and horsewoman Renee Cudd has been focusing all of her energy to build one of the most well respected horse businesses in the United States.