OKLAHOMA CITY --The Department of Corrections' strategy seems to be slowing the spread of the COVID-19 inside state prisons, an advocate said Tuesday.
An annual toy giveaway in McAlester will look different this year, but organizers want it to be the biggest event they've done.
She considered herself too young for a breast cancer diagnosis. But, she would soon learn ❝breast cancer can strike early and strike with a vengeance.❞
An audit of Epic Charter Schools released Thursday calls into question how the virtual school accounts for millions of taxpayer dollars meant for educating students.
The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that a large portion of eastern Oklahoma remains an American Indian reservation. It's a decision that has stirred both controversy and support.
TULSA, Okla. — As supporters poured into the BOK Center for President Donald Trump’s campaign rally late Saturday afternoon, a crowd of about 100 people in support of the Black Lives Matter movement gathered a mile away at Franklin Hope Reconciliation Park to peacefully protest the rally’s timing while voicing messages of unity and racial equality.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Passage of the CARES Act last week represents the largest expansion of unemployment insurance in the nation’s history. Implementation of the Act is still being worked out by the U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL).
Stocks Sen. Jim Inhofe sold in the weeks and days leading up to the COVID-19-fueled stock market crash saved the longtime Oklahoma congressman between $68,624 and $136,289, an analysis by The Frontier shows.
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. and First Lady January Hoskin announced Friday the formation of a ‘rare disease’ committee in recognition of National Rare Disease Awareness Day.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma’s governor this week ordered state agencies to cut through the bureaucratic red tape and begin eliminating nearly a quarter of the regulations that govern the state.
Over 125 church leaders, business owners and community members gathered Thursday for a seminar on law changes and safety concerns following the passage of Constitutional Carry last year.
Around 60 Claremore area residents gathered in front of Congressman Markwayne Mullin's office to rally for and against impeachment ahead of the anticipated congress vote on Wednesday.
Westside Principal Glen Abshere has resigned, effective Jan. 10, to take on the role of executive director for the Oklahoma Association of Elementary School Principals (OAESP).
DUNCAN, Okla. — Authorities have released names of three people left dead in a double-murder suicide in a Walmart parking lot in southwest Oklahoma.
Lt. Governor Matt Pinnell spoke to local tourism professionals in Claremore this week, answering questions about the state’s plans to promote the tourism industry.
Ollie Christina (Callison) Starr was once a little girl, sixth in a family of seven kids, running around a cattle ranch in Mayes County.
Emmy-nominated screenwriter Bekah Brunstetter recently visited Claremore, researching for a television show that could premier on the small screen as early as 2021 – a modern-day remake of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Oklahoma!”
Murder, federal overreach and a Supreme Court case that will influence the fate of nations – all are topics of interest in a new and one-of-kind podcast by Oklahoma native and Cherokee Nation citizen Rebecca Nagle.
Oklahoma City, OK – Lt. Governor Matt Pinnell today announced the schedule for his upcoming Lt. Governor’s Tourism Summits. The summits – organized in partnership with the Oklahoma Travel Industry Association and hosted by local community organizations – will take place this fall. Lt. Govern…
Many people across Rogers County have fascinating stories to tell about the Apollo 11 mission, which left earth and landed on the moon 50 years ago this week. Here are some of those stories.
Vice President Mike Pence praised the resiliency, community and faith of Oklahomans Tuesday.
Absentee ballots have to be sent immediately after printing in order to get to the voters 45 days before the election.
So far in Rogers County, 2019 has been full of elections, without a single race for federal office. There was a county wide referendum in February, school bonds from three districts in March, and April capped off more than a dozen municipal and school board elections.
The Transcript is running a Thunder evaluation series, publishing one article a day on a different Oklahoma City player. We will start with the guards. Monday’s player is Russell Westbrook.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Waving colorful signs and chanting, thousands of teachers converged on the state Capitol Monday to press lawmakers for increased education spending.
OKLAHOMA CITY — As the drugs become increasing difficult to obtain, Oklahoma will stop using lethal injection and plans to become the first to execute inmates using the untried method of inert gases, officials announced Wednesday.
Police say video footage shows a man fatally shot by his bail bonds agent never had control of or knowledge of the agent's gun, despite her initial allegations of a struggle.
A months-long Federal Bureau of Investigation undercover operation ended early Saturday morning after an Oklahoma man attempted to detonate a vehicle bomb in downtown Oklahoma City.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Cynthia Sanford would love to expand her McAlester medical clinic so that she can treat as many as 20,000 more children a year.
CLAREMORE -- Nathan and Melissa Butterfield of Claremore will be making their way to Washington D.C. to attend Donald Trump’s inauguration as the 45th president of the United States.
Women from across the nation, including Dr. Helen Franklin of Claremore, are banding together for the upcoming Women’s March on Washington.
A Rogers County Sheriff’s Office deputy on Tuesday conducted a traffic stop in Catoosa, near the Hard Rock Casino, which resulted in two arrests the recovery of a large amount of cash.
A Claremore man who pleaded guilty to sexual exploitation of a child in U.S. District Court on Jan. 12 last year and was sentenced to 25 years in federal prison will serve additional time for charges filed against him locally.
A district court judge will decide in April whether three defendants in a 2015 Verdigris hit-and-run crash that killed one pedestrian and left another seriously injured will be tried together.
CLAREMORE -- The local health department announced Thursday that a Rogers County child between the ages of five and 17 is the latest flu-related death in Oklahoma.
As Dakota Access Pipeline protesters continue their efforts near the Standing Rock Sioux reservation in North Dakota, Cherokee Nation supporters who recently returned from the site will make a local presentation this week.
The grandparents of an Owasso toddler in what police and medical personnel described as “the worst case of child abuse and neglect” they’d ever seen have been formally charged.
Fifteen years ago, Terry Hancock was sifting through the rafters of an old house that he had purchased to remodel when he found a box full of documents. While going through the box, two letters from the World War II era caught his eye.
A new scavenger hunt in Claremore is garnering interest as approximately 2,000 residents in the 918 area code paint and hide rocks for others to find.
A man who led local police on a chase — crashing his car and fleeing the scene — later reported his car stolen and was arrested, according to local law enforcement officials.
A man accused of choking his girlfriend, duct-taping her to a bed and stealing her car is being sought by the Rogers County Sheriff’s Office.
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