It's lightning-fast, physical, and (more than a little) aggressive.
A federal judge found Dick's Sporting Goods had a right to terminate its lease at Three Rivers Plaza nearly 10 years before it expired after the limited partnership that managed property failed to fully comply with the negotiated terms of the contract.
OKLAHOMA CITY — The Board of Regents for the University of Oklahoma convened Wednesday in a special meeting to discuss an ongoing "personnel investigation" into allegations of misconduct.
NORMAN — Shrill screams bounced off Lloyd Noble Center’s walls for two full hours before the last kids left the premises on a yellow school bus.
Prosecutors charged a former employee at the Muskogee County Court Clerk’s Office and two others of conspiring to intimidate a witness whose identity allegedly was disclosed in a sealed court document.
The Norman Police Department has released the identity of the male suspect who led multiple law enforcement agencies on a nearly half-hour chase that ended in Norman Monday afternoon.
Enid High School’s cafeteria was filled Tuesday for Islander Night, Enid’s annual celebration of the Marshallese community and culture, which featured a special guest from the Field Museum in Chicago and the start of a new partnership.
Senate Bill 441, authored by Sen. Marty Quinn, R-Claremore, passed through the Senate Education Committee on Tuesday and would mandate five-day school weeks in Oklahoma.
The McAlester Downtown Tax Increment Financing Review Committee passed an economic development plan on a split 5-to-4 vote after the four dissenting committee members objected to the plan’s lack of specifics.
Local area organizations are teaming up to host a discussion regarding opioid abuse in the community and training about the proper use of a potentially life-saving drug.
ENID, Okla. — Right after class, and just before a recent Feminist Club meeting, Enid High School senior Mary Neal was in the midst of debate with a classmate on the topic of transgender military service, she for, he against.
In the capital of Cherokee Nation Monday, a large group of locals gathered in the Northeastern State University Webb Auditorium to listen to guest speaker Steve Inskeep, author and host of NPR's "Morning Edition."
A bill moving through the State House of Representatives would allow state law enforcement agencies to issue fines to train operators if they prevent traffic from moving through crossings during a stop.
A court date has been set for the commander of Troop D Oklahoma Highway Patrol headquarters in McAlester in connection with an alleged blackmail attempt.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Nearly 500 Oklahoma students traveled back in time and met such historical figures as Martha Washington and Benjamin Franklin during the 17th annual Colonial Day at the Oklahoma State Capitol, Friday, Feb. 8.
Norman police apprehended a suspect Monday afternoon following a chase that originated in Valley Brook, an Oklahoma City suburb about 15 miles north of Norman.
The University of Oklahoma Board of Regents announced Monday that it will hold a special meeting later in the week to discuss "personnel investigation(s)."
Two burn survivors who weren’t expected to live met in Enid recently to share inspiration from each other’s unlikely stories and their will to thrive in spite of their wounds.
Sometimes getting a two-for-one can be a good thing. However, when it comes to combining an herbicide and a fertilizer, this may not be the best approach.
Asparagus has hit the nursery shelves along with the summer flowering bulbs. A perennial vegetable, many gardeners enjoy asparagus but fail find a location to dedicate to this seasonal treat.
When it comes to smoking rates and tobacco control policies, Oklahoma has room for improvement. While Oklahoma’s current smoking rate of 19.6 percent is the lowest in state history, the lack of comprehensive smoke-free policies at the state level leaves many Oklahomans, especially children, vulnerable to the dangers of tobacco use and secondhand smoke.
There is almost no way to prepare a family for the news that a child they had been waiting to welcome into the world did not or will not survive. It’s so sudden and so overwhelmingly that only those who have experienced stillbirth can explain it. Stillwater’s Catie MacDonald was away from home, all the way in another state when she went into labor at 18 weeks. A previous pregnancy had been high-risk, but she was told new treatments would allow her to avoid previous complications.
CBD, or cannabidiol, is a cannabis compound with medical benefits but does not make people feel “stoned” and can actually counteract the psychoactivity of tetrahydrocannabinol, a crystalline compound that is the main active ingredient of cannabis, also referred to as THC.
Although the Tahlequah City Council scrapped the Downing "road diet" project at its Feb. 4 meeting, misconceptions continue to circulate among local residents.
Artists consider the human form sacred, something to celebrate, and depictions of that beauty were on display Thursday night at the 25th annual Erotic Art Show.
City councilors clung closely to the language of a state question approved by voters in June that legalized medical marijuana in Oklahoma, adopting ordinances that fostered growth of the fledgling industry.
WAGONER — Abigail "Abby" Jackson was stunned when she saw and heard about the low scores among the fourth- and fifth-grade students in resource testing at Central Intermediate School.
Saint Francis Hospital Muskogee's new vice president and administrator identified three primary objectives she would like to address while overseeing operations of a facility that serves her hometown.
Movie lovers and film buffs can rejoice as the sixth annual Red Dirt International Film Festival is set to take place March 1-3. More than 70 films, including short films and features, will be showcased at the Best Western Cimarron Plus Hotel and Suites at 315 N. Husband St. in Stillwater.
NORMAN — All told, mankind has been flying for about 115 years now, counting from the Wright Brothers' big accomplishment in the early 20th century.
Casey Gwinn, President of Alliance For Hope International, a California-based nonprofit that assists victims of abuse, said he began to study the connection between domestic abuse and people who shoot police officers a few years ago.
PEARL HARBOR – Modern attack submarines are the most technologically advanced and capable undersea warfighters in the world. Operating these highly complex submarines require sailors from the U.S. Navy’s submarine community, also known as the ‘Silent Service.’
A McAlester man was charged after he is alleged to have kidnapped an individual and held him at gunpoint in a field before allegedly stealing a phone and a tablet from the man.
In 1958, a tall, well-dressed woman appeared on the television show "What’s My Line," completely stumping panelists attempting to guess her occupation. Her name was Mary Golda Ross, a female engineer and mathematical genius whose role in early days of spaceflight is largely unknown.
"It's (a show) that people have really asked to see a lot over the years, so I thought it would be kind of fun. And I thought it would be a little bit of a challenge in the political climate, because the show is set in the '50s ... so times are very different." — director Tammy Wilson
The Lord knew what He was doing then and I am confident He knows what He’s doing now. He knows the path He set before me. I need to trust Him as I’ve done so many times before.
The Tahlequah mayoral and city council races may have ended Tuesday, but some residents are now questioning the residency of a newly elected official.
Five tribal members who filed for June's Cherokee Nation general election saw their candidacy challenged during a meeting at the CN Election Commission Thursday evening.
- Unidentified passenger dies in collision with semi
- OSBI: Chickasha murders suspects arrested in Lawton
- Chickasha ALDI opens with fanfare
- Chickasha ALDI’s grand opening set for Feb. 21
- ‘The Heilman Family Art Exhibit’ to be held Feb. 24
- OSBI: $5,000 reward for information on Chickasha homicide
- Allen takes landslide win, Am-Po proposition passes in school elections
- Lady Chicks fight hard in final game of season
- Lady Longhorn run ends at regional tournament
- Area basketball teams win playoff titles