Volunteers work amid devastation in OK
In this tornado-shattered city, where surreal sights of devastation abound, another unusual scene unfolded midmorning Wednesday as a procession of as many as 2,000 volunteers filed down a street toward the Moore Cemetery, a 20-acre resting ground that accommodates the city's earliest leaders and soon will receive some of its recent storm victims.
Toby Keith's Hometown Destroyed By Tornado
Toby Keith performs onstage at day 1 of the 2013 Stagecoach California's Country Music Festival at The Empire Polo Field on April 26, 2013 in Indio, California.
Inappropriate Teaching: Who Needs To Know?
Relatively speaking, the cases are rare. And yet some believe instances of teachers engaging in inappropriate sexual behavior with students would be even more rare, if Oklahoma's education system did a better job of tracking them.
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Propagating the Survivor
April in the city and the green leaves of an American Elm are just now spreading outward, feeling for the warmth of another Spring.
Tribes don't prevail in Internet gambling venture
The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes settled an ongoing dispute Friday with Oklahoma by agreeing to take down an Internet gaming site after being told its tribal gaming compact with the state did not allow it, the governor's office said.