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1 hr ago | KFOR-TV Oklahoma City
A former bookkeeper for an Oklahoma electrical firm is facing 30 months in prison for allegedly embezzling from her employer.
5 hrs ago | NewsOK.com
The Oklahoma Board of Education created a steering committee Wednesday to develop the process for replacing Common Core education standards for English and math instruction in the state's public schools.
9 hrs ago | The Wichita Eagle
Before the end of the year, the nationally known barbecue restaurant will officially change its name to Joe's Kansas City Bar-B-Que.
11 hrs ago | KFOR-TV Oklahoma City
The group says they believe the wind turbines that are planned to be built in their community will have adverse effects on their health and property values.
16 hrs ago | Courthouse News Service
Oklahoma prison officials illegally censored access to the botched execution of Clayton Lockett when they drew the blinds to the execution chamber before his death, The Oklahoma Observer claims in court.
20 hrs ago | The Hill
Former Oklahoma state Sen. Steve Russell , a member of the military team that captured Saddam Hussein in Iraq in 2003, has nearly punched his ticket to Congress this fall.
Voters will decide primary runoff races for Congress, the Oklahoma Legislature and state schools superintendent tonight.
John Walters, Jana Lewis-Harkins, Fannie Bates and Aaron Baker, from left, hold a banner during a protest at the Governor's Mansion in Oklahoma City on Tuesday, April 29, 2014, over the planned execution of two inmates.
Vicki Gunvalson has had a fairly mellow Housewives season, maintaining relative calm and largely avoiding conflict.
Oklahomans were the best savers in a three-state survey that gauged debt, savings and big purchases, according to final information released Tuesday from the Arvest Consumer Sentiment Survey.
When " Oklahoma !" opened out of town, scouts sent it back to New York with the succinct message: "No Girls, No Gags, No Chance."
Like many Oklahomans, David Johndrow has lived through hundreds of earthquakes. But he says none was more destructive than the quake in Napa Valley, California.
First, runoff elections are notorious for their lack of voter participation . It's vitally important for Democrats to get out the vote in this particular runoff election if only to show they are still viable as a political force in conservative, Republican-dominated Oklahoma.
Two news organizations have filed a federal lawsuit accusing Oklahoma prison officials of violating the First Amendment by preventing reporters from viewing portions of a botched execution.
Two news organizations filed a lawsuit Monday asking for greater media access to executions in Oklahoma following a highly publicized botched execution that was largely hidden from the view of the reporters selected to bear witness.
Was Joe Mixon the victim of a hate crime? How's that for a twist in the saga of Mixon, the OU tailback who was charged with one misdemeanor count of an act resulting in gross injury, after allegedly punching fellow OU student Amelia Molitor.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 11:53 pm
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