TULSA, Okla. (AP) — An Oklahoma man has been arrested after being accused of trying to steal a firetruck.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer sought to speed up consideration of a nearly $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure package Monday, promising that Democrats would work with Republicans to put together amendments. GOP senators cautioned that they needed time to digest th…
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (August 2, 2021) – Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma (BBBSOK) received $55,000 for state fiscal year 2022 from the Oklahoma Commission on Children and Youth’s (OCCY) Oklahoma Mentoring Children of Incarcerated Parents Program (CIP).
NORMAN — Following a Facebook video in which Oklahoma GOP Chairman John Bennett continued to equate the treatment of unvaccinated Americans to that of Jews during the Holocaust, a source with direct knowledge said conversations about possibly removing Bennett from office are in progress.
The newly added Media and Fine Arts Pathway is meant to codify, through the promise of hands-on coursework, the multiple career paths that secondary students can begin walking while still in the thick of school.
Due to loss of habitat, global warming, wildfire, and overlogging, the endangered Marbled Murrelet has all three continental Pacific coastal states protecting it with each state’s Endangered Species Act.
OKLAHOMA CITY — An Oklahoma Republican Party Facebook post on Friday was condemned for likening COVID-19 vaccine mandates to the persecution and murder of millions of Jews.
STILLWATER, Oklahoma – When Oscar-winning writer and director Tom McCarthy homed in on a central Oklahoma city as one of the settings for his latest film, he didn’t know what to expect. But he liked the sound of it and was looking for a location in a land-locked state.
TAHLEQUAH, Oklahoma – A joint project between the Cherokee Nation and Oklahoma Air National Guard is providing tribal veterans with housing and training for military units to improve deployment readiness.
The Emergency Broadband Benefit Program, created by Congress as a part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021, is helping area residents with low incomes access subsidized high-speed internet.
Newly appointed Oklahoma Attorney Gen. John O’Connor, in his first major act after less than a week on the job, is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade, the federal precedent that upholds abortion rights.
Oklahoma State University is creating an incentive program aimed at boosting COVID-19 vaccinations as students return to the Stillwater campus.
With the dog days of summer still in full swing, homeowners can take simple steps to keep their houses cool and their energy bills relatively low.
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) has released further details and the name of a subject in a traffic stop that led to an officer-involved shooting and a chase in Stephens County on Wednesday afternoon.
From the plains of Oklahoma all the way to the streets of New York City, a local citizen landed an opportunity to assist in the making of a movie.
Oklahoma archaeologists and Tulsa officials plan a private ceremony Friday to reinter 19 bodies exhumed as part of the search for additional Tulsa Race Massacre victims.
Dr. Jennifer Rudd, a veterinarian, researcher and a board certified microbiologist at the OSU College of Veterinary Medicine, shares five things to know about the delta variant.
TAHLEQUAH — Cherokee Nation, one of the largest tribal nations in the United States, is breaking barriers and disproving stereotypes by changing how Native Americans are represented and redefining how their stories are told.
TULSA, Okla. (AP) — City employees in Tulsa who are unvaccinated for the coronavirus will not receive hazard leave if they contract the illness, Mayor G.T Bynum said.
Several Oklahoma lawmakers want to prohibit any entity from mandating the COVID-19 vaccine as coronavirus cases, hospitalizations and deaths continue to rise statewide.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Gov. Kevin Stitt on Monday chose a Tulsa woman to fill an Oklahoma Supreme Court vacancy, marking for the first time in decades that most of the nine court members were Republican appointees.
Tulsa – Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma (BCBSOK) and Saint Francis Health System (Saint Francis) have reached a new contract agreement. This is welcome news for the thousands of BCBSOK members who depend on Saint Francis facilities and providers across Oklahoma.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Some Democrats in the Oklahoma House of Representatives want Gov. Kevin Stitt to reinstate an emergency declaration as COVID-19 cases rise in the state, something the Republican has said he will not do.
People living in the middle of the country – sometimes dismissed as “flyover states” – often feel like they don’t get the proper attention or respect from those in major cities and on the coasts, especially the entertainment industry.
Pittsburg County commissioners say they are denying a demand from the city of McAlester to pay the city more than $4 million for equipment inside the Expo Center — but city officials say they made no such demand.
The name change takes effect immediately, with exterior signage to be completed in time for the start of the 2021-22 Thunder season, which plans to be open to the public.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Months of behind-the-scenes in-fighting within the state’s dominant political party spilled into the spotlight this month as a disenchanted group of Republicans attempted to do something previously unheard of in Oklahoma — censure two seated U.S. senators from their own party.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A Tulsa attorney whom the American Bar Association rated as " not qualified " to serve as a federal judge was tapped Friday by Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt to serve as the state's next attorney general.
OKLAHOMA CITY — State lawmakers Wednesday began the long process of deciding how to spend nearly $1.87 billion in federal American Rescue Plan funds aimed at helping Oklahoma recover from the pandemic.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The number of reported coronavirus cases in Oklahoma increased by 80% during the week ending July 17 and the seven-day average number number of cases has nearly tripled in the past two weeks, health officials reported.
Oklahoma Department of Public Safety announces the opening of two megacenters in the state. These megacenters were developed in partnership with Governor Kevin Stitt's office, the Oklahoma legislature and the Department of Public Safety to meet the driver license and identification needs of …
WASHINGTON (AP) — House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says a committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection "will do the job it set out to do" despite Republicans' vow to boycott the probe.
Oklahoma reported more than 1,200 COVID-19 cases in a single day for the first time in months, according to the Oklahoma State Department of Health on Wednesday.
Vacations don’t have to be expensive or require hours of traveling for sightseers to enjoy time away from work or school, and Oklahoma’s State Parks provide immersive experiences for families.
For many single moms, coping with the pandemic has been particularly difficult. Despite many issues, Brenda Ramos has spent the past year on the front year – previously as a home health worker, and now as a cashier at the Habitat for Humanity.
The yearslong effort by state and local governments in the U.S. to force the pharmaceutical industry to help pay to fix a nationwide opioid addiction and overdose crisis took a major step forward Tuesday when lawyers for local governments announced they were on the verge of a $26 billion set…
STILLWATER — Oklahoma State University-Tulsa President Pamela Fry has announced plans to retire on Jan. 3 after 20 years of service to OSU, with the last five at OSU-Tulsa.
Historically, mothers have been blamed for their children’s psychological problems, ignoring the major part fathers play in the development of a youth’s self-esteem. Two new releases highlight the impact a father’s interaction with his children can also have on a child’s world view and self-efficacy.
OKLAHOMA CITY — A group of lawmakers wants Oklahoma’s governor to prohibit health care providers from mandating COVID-19 vaccinations for employees, even as cases of the deadly virus surge.
TORONTO (AP) — Canada announced Monday it will begin letting fully vaccinated U.S. citizens into Canada on Aug. 9, and those from the rest of the world on Sept. 7.
City councilors unanimously approved an ordinance on Monday that creates a way to prosecute hate crimes at the municipal level if certain acts are motivated by hostility against protected classes.
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