OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) A former U.S.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) A former U.S.
NORMAN - The University of Oklahoma College of Law jumped 10 spots in the latest US News & World Report 2015 Ranking of Best Law Schools to No. 58.
CLAREMORE Authorities say one man drowned after he was thrown from his fishing boat on Claremore Lake.
High school kids in Duncan have done something exceptionally well this week that teenagers and people in general often aren't very good at.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) A proposal supported by Gov.
WASHINGTON, D.C. U.S. Rep. Frank Lucas has scheduled upcoming town hall meetings to be held next week in five Southwest Oklahoma cities over a two-day period.
ALTUS An Oklahoma Department of Corrections inmate at the Altus Work Center made his initial appearance in Jackson County District Court Thursday in connection with a robbery and escape
ALTUS The Altus Public Library and the Shortgrass Institute are sponsoring a painting workshop for teens over spring break, Monday through Thursday.
FREDERICK The Frederick Arts and Humanities Council's presentation of "Dixie Swim Club" will be at 7 p.m. March 28-29 in the historic Ramona Theatre.
House of Bread Ministries Church,1415 SW Wisconsin, will hold Christian movie night at 6:30 p.m. today at the church.
All are welcome.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) A plan to test privatizing the management of health care services to the poor in Oklahoma narrowly passed the state Senate on Thursday over the objections of opponent
OKLAHOMA CITY Using a cellphone in a school zone will result in a fine in Oklahoma under a bill that has been overwhelmingly approved in the state Senate.
Two Duncan teens charged with the random killing of an Australian college student last year were bound over for trial following Wednesday's conclusion to their preliminary hearing, which
Central Middle School teacher Denise Aguilar was recently selected to serve as the policy point person for Oklahoma at the National Geographic Education Foundation.
A 1973 graduate of Eisenhower High School and his wife are the photographers showcased this month in the gallery of the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center.
DUNCAN An estimated 110 residents turned out to hear Jenni White, founder of Restore Oklahoma Public Education, and two others speak about what they perceive as threats to our country,
The office of U.S.
WALTERS High school juniors from 10 schools submitted a total of 100 essays in Cotton Electric Cooperative's 2014 Rural Electric Youth Tour contest.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) Melody Holeman has no TV and lives in such a rural part of the Oklahoma Panhandle that she can't even pick up a signal on the weather radio that the Red Cross gave he
The Oklahoma Medical Examiner's Office recently released results of an autopsy concerning the death of an Altus radio personality that occurred in January.
Recent grass fires in Cotton County have resulted in the reinstitution of a countywide burn ban.
CACHE Approximately 14 Cache High School students are planning to take a trip to Spain this summer, and they'll be selling tickets for a calf through April 1.
DUNCAN The Chisholm Trail Heritage Center will host a new event from 2-4 p.m. Saturday at the center, 1000 Chisholm Trail Parkway.
ALTUS A 21-year-old male inmate of the Oklahoma Department of Corrections Altus Work Center was arrested in connection with a carjacking incident that took place Tuesday morning.
ALTUS AIR FORCE BASE The 97th Air Mobility Wing is scheduled to conduct a severe weather exercise beginning at 8 a.m. today.
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