If you're unfamiliar with Twenty One Pilots, the Ohio duo of Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun combine pop, rock and a little bit of rap ... as well as the occasional ukulele ... into messages of hope and facing fear, as well as battling depression and thoughts of suicide.
The lessons we learned on “Sesame Street,” from Fred Rogers and at the feet of our parents and teachers, are all-too-easily dismissed when we venture beyond the safe comfort of childhood into “the real world.” And yet, there are those who hold steadfastly, in spite of all the “realities” of this world ...
A recent study warns military members, their families and veterans to be wary of scams that have fleeced almost $405 million from about 1 million people since 2012.
The Word dwells in us, waiting for us to tear down the barriers between heaven and earth, to invite in the Kingdom, where all that separates us from God passes away.
Local students and community members are off to see the wizard Friday and Saturday, as Tahlequah Middle School will present "The Wizard of Oz" in the Performing Arts Center.
There are many forms of identification people can carry, but residents of Northeast Oklahoma have another option if they're members of a federally recognized tribe.
An ex-convict claimed Thursday a man accused of killing a 20-month-old toddler confessed to him while the pair were incarcerated in the Cleveland County jail last year.
Ward III Councilor Derrick Reed won a third term Thursday after he saw the three-day filing period for the 2020 municipal elections come to a close without drawing a challenger.
Investigators with the District Attorney’s Drug and Violent Crimes Task Force and Duncan Police Department arrested a man they say is accused of possession of drugs with intent to distribute and conspiracy of trafficking in these drugs.
Police were contacted at 6:50 p.m. Oct. 19, 2019, by a man who reported seeing two small children in the front yard of 1718 E. Cypress with few clothes on and who attempted to go into the street, according to an affidavit filed in the case.
A warrant has been issued for the man's arrest, with bond on the warrant set at $11,000. Police said he was not at the home where he was last listed as residing.
An Enid man with prior felonies is facing three possible life sentences after a woman ran into a bar Saturday saying she had been raped and beaten for two days.
Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt brought his Top Ten Cabinet Tour to McAlester, where he and members of his cabinet addressed a crowd from a stage at the Expo Center.
The Enid Public Schools board of education voted unanimously Thursday to reject an agreement to reinstate former campus police chief Mike Dods onto the district's police force.
After appearing before a jury in September where he was found guilty on 18 different counts, Matthew Willoughby Hale was formally sentenced before a judge in court Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2019.
"For all of you from Enid who want Panera Bread or a Target, those retailers determine whether or not they want to locate here based on that count." — Enid Regional Development Alliance Executive Director Lisa Powell
The Cherokee Nation Rules Committee heard updates during a Wednesday meeting from Assistant Attorney General Chris Nimmo on the tribe's pending legal cases.
Public libraries have changed drastically over the decades, and while some may occasionally smell of musty books, the Hulbert Community Library exuded the aroma of freshly-baked pies Tuesday evening.
An injury pattern on a 20-month-old boy's abdomen and tread from a pair of shoes were described as "similar" by a Norman police forensic technician during testimony Wednesday in a first-degree murder trial.
Turkey Toss, part of an Integris system-wide effort to help and recognize employees and their families in advance of Thanksgiving, came to Enid four years ago.
Open casting calls will be noon to 5 p.m. today, Nov. 13, 2019, at Renaissance Waterford Marriott, 6300 Waterford Blvd, in Oklahoma City, and noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16, 2019, at DoubleTree by Hilton Warren Place, 6110 S. Yale Ave., Tulsa.
Norman will now have the necessary money to fully cover its public transit system after voters approved a one-eighth cent sales tax Tuesday.
Voters overwhelmingly approved a one-eighth cent sales tax increase that will fund Cleveland County public safety measures including continued maintenance and operation of the F. Dewayne Beggs Detention Center.
Even through a hoarse, and nearly lost voice, Barbara Sorrels’ words reverberated through the crowd. It was the volume, it was the weight of those words.
State agencies continue monitoring a recent uptick in seismic activity near the Quinton area — with new equipment installed in Pittsburg County and plans for more in southeast Oklahoma.
The Stillwater Police Department has confirmed it is investigating a physical confrontation between a student at Stillwater Junior High and one of the school administrators.
The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver announced on Friday, Nov. 8, that it had denied Cherokee Nation’s petition to rehear a Sept. 5 decision by the court related to land in trust.
The Stillwater Police Department has a juvenile in custody after the shooting death of Mandrale Alexander Henry, 26, of Stilllwater, in Sunday's early morning hours. According to a press release from SPD Capt. Kyle Gibbs, officers responded to a reported assault with a deadly weapon at 4:15 a.m. on the 4100 block of W Westbrook.
During the past 10 decades, Norman resident Hubert Baker lived through the Great Depression, World War II, some controversial military conflicts and witnessed America's moon landing in 1969.
ENID, Okla. — Enid Police Department Street Crimes Unit arrested nine suspected car burglars and recovered a large amount of stolen property Saturday night and early Sunday morning, police said.
It’s not uncommon to find pests outside of the home. However, most folks aren’t too excited to find them inside their home. Fortunately, homeowners usually can control light infestations by carefully following the directions on the pesticide containers and by doing a thorough job of application.
This Week's Circulars
Helen Louise Wert, age 94, a long-time resident of Claremore, Oklahoma, passed away on November 4, 2019, at home, surrounded in love by her family, who adored her. Helen is preceded in death by her husband, Guy Wert. Over the years, Helen worked at Merle Norman Cosmetics downtown Claremore. …
- THE RESULTS ARE IN: Best Of Claremore results announced
- New bar, Smoke and Tonic, coming to downtown Claremore
- FOOTBALL: Skinner in high spirits despite injury
- Zebras teamed again: Seifried group welcomes Chase Talbert
- Deputy Chief chosen for prestigious FBI Academy
- FOOTBALL: Zebras spoil No. 3 Tahlequah's undefeated season
- Verdigris Activity Center nearing completion in time for varsity basketball
- Foyil educator awarded agriculture books from OKFB Foundation for Agriculture
- FOOTBALL: Verdigris stuns No. 4 Berryhill for district title
- County audit reveals lack of policies, controls