NORMAN — A University of Oklahoma instructor has been charged in a statutory rape case involving a Moore high school student.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Continued dangerous fire behavior conditions prevalent on Tuesday, March 20, prompted interagency wildland personnel to extend the Fuels and Fire Behavior Advisory through April 4. Sunday’s weather pattern provided only limited moisture across the state. Gusty winds on Monday and a warming trend the remainder of the week will return wildland fuel moistures to critically low levels.
A retired jazz instructor at Northeastern State University, Lehman is now in an assisted living community in Tahlequah. But in his early years, he was a titan of the music scene, playing with Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey when their band came through Oklahoma, as well as Guy Lombardo
Members of the LGBT community in Tahlequah and elsewhere have long fought for their right to equality, and many agree they have made progress, especially on the employment front. But they feel there is still work to be done.
Because the gaming market in Oklahoma is increasingly competitive, the Red Rock-based Otoe-Missouria Tribe is looking for ways to diversify its offerings.
A landlord-tenant dispute between a national sporting goods company and a limited partnership that manages the first retail development project within the urban renewal project area will remain in federal court.
Barge tonnage at the Port of Muskogee took a hit on several fronts in February, but the impact of tariffs announced this month by the Trump administration on steel and aluminum imports could linger for months.
Bill Thompson’s memorial vanished prior to the renovation of the Agri-Plex in the mid-‘80s. The memorial has been missing ever since. The family would like to know where it went.
Rick and Donna Thompson are looking for a new place to call home after the couple’s house was destroyed in a fire and explosion March 8.
Cimarron Council Boy Scouts of America and Enid Antique Car Club will team up Saturday for the annual Boy Scouts of America Car Show at Garfield County Fairgrounds, 111 W. Purdue.
Dennis Harry Peterson Jr. faces five felony charges of child sexual abuse, according to court documents filed in Major County District Court. Court documents show Peterson living at a Texas address.
The Stephens County District Attorney’s Office put a response in and a motion in preparation for a tentative April docket date for James Jackson King who has been charged with first-degree murder with deliberate intent.
The Candidates Chess Tournament consists of eight players in a round-robin tournament. The winner qualifies as the challenger to the reigning World Chess Champion Magnus Carlsen. At the midway point of the tournament, America’s Fabiano Caruana is in first place.
McAlester Public Schools Superintendent Randy Hughes said MPS is working to ensure students will have access to lunch and dinner if MPS closes due to the statewide teacher walkout expected to occur on April 2.
An Oklahoma Highway Patrol safety checkpoint led to a McAlester man being arrested and held on $50,000 bond in the Pittsburg County Jail, according to court documents.
Across the country, private businesses and educational institutions are asserting their First Amendment privilege of faith when it comes to hiring employees and student admission. Some issues are gray areas, still awaiting a definitive ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court on the fine line between freedom of religion and civil rights.
Northwest Oklahoma CASA (court appointed special advocates) is collecting donations for their Silent Children to draw attention to Child Abuse Prevention Month.
Oklahoma assistant Chris Crutchfield remembers watching a skinny Trae Young put up 3-pointers as a freshman at Norman North. Then, it never occurred to him that this player would declare for the NBA draft after just one college season.
Mark Andrews caught a few passes inside the Everest Training Center on Oklahoma’s campus last week, under the watchful glances of television cameras and NFL scouts.
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) has been asked to conduct a criminal investigation into grade tampering allegations at Chickasha Public Schools.
After several rounds of investigation, 30-year-old James Kyle Brooks has been charged with murder in the first degree with deliberate intent for allegedly killing his father, Timothy James Brooks, after taking out a $500,000 life insurance policy on him.
City officials plan to review their options after a state judge ruled for a second time in favor of the owner of property taken without being afforded his due process rights.
The Cherokee County Board of Commissioners approved a resolution calling for a special election June 26, when voters will decide whether to allow the retail sale of alcoholic beverages for on-premises consumption on any day of the week, unless prohibited by state law.
A felon running from Moore police on Friday evening hit several vehicles and a light pole before capture, police said Monday. Along the way, Moore resident, Cleveland County Clerk Tammy Belinson, had a close encounter with the fleeing man before he was caught.
The rider of a 2014 Harley Davidson Motorcycle in a collision that occurred Saturday afternoon has been identified as Clarence H. Boss III, a 72-year-old Pawnee man.
NEWKIRK, Okla. – Due to the statewide teacher walkout scheduled next month, Newkirk Public Schools announced Friday the Newkirk Board of Education and school administration's decision to close its schools until further notice starting April 2.