If Jeffery Stevenson doesn't already know how to play jazz standard "Stormy Weather," he needs to learn. And right now the University of Oklahoma undergraduate is all about learning.
The leather-clad riders filed out of the Fort Thunder Harley-Davidson parking lot in orderly pairs and lines Sunday, riding off into the near-freezing morning with a special mission.
OKLAHOMA CITY -- Education groups are complaining the state's latest A-F school report cards are demoralizing to teachers, placing labels on poor children and essentially grading entire communities' performances.
OU’s Interim President Joe Harroz outlined the beginnings of a plan for the university’s future at Monday’s Board of Regents meeting, walking the regents through university priorities and concerns as a deadline for the plan’s first draft draws nearer.
With Thanksgiving and Christmas just around the corner, a local Moore organization and its members are looking to give back for the holiday seasons.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Criminal justice reform advocates Tuesday said it’s time for prosecutors to stop using sentencing enhancements to add prison time for non-violent offenders.
Despite 20-degree weather Monday evening, dozens of Norman residents travelled to the OU Innovation Hub to hear about a petition regarding gerrymandering.
NORMAN, OKLA. — A New Jersey-based pharmaceutical company caused an Oklahoma opioid crisis that led to thousands of deaths, and must pay $572.1 million to fix it, a Cleveland County, Oklahoma, district judge ruled Monday.
MOORE, Oklahoma — After a natural disaster, survivors can have psychological fallouts for weeks and months, or even lifetimes, research shows.
The City of Moore has instructed residents to be cautious of ponds and standing water in city parks over concerns of blue-green algae.
A few months ago, Norman residents on and around the University of Oklahoma North Campus were startled to see water gushing high into the air.
D’Angelo Burgess was at least 100 yards away from the high-speed car crash that killed Oklahoma Highway Patrol Lt. Heath Meyer in July 2017. Meyer was struck by a fellow trooper who lost control of his cruiser as he sped north in pursuit of Burgess on Interstate 35 near the Oklahoma City line.
A Moore lawmaker was caught discussing an ongoing sexual misconduct investigation on live video ahead of a press conference.
Before he came to Moore, before watching the fire department and the city grow from a small town to a vibrant suburb, and before being part of Oklahoma's most needed disaster relief effort, Fire Chief Gary Bird lived in sleepy Ninnekah.
MOORE — City officials who congregated outside of Moore city hall Monday evening came to see something they agree is good to have but hopefully never needed.
OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahomans likely won't see a minimum wage hike this year after the state Senate effectively killed three key pieces of legislation intended to boosted worker pay for the first time in a decade.
MOORE — Norman Regional Senior Counseling Center and The Oklahoma Mental Health and Aging Coalition are collaborating to offer “Mental Health First Aid For Aging Adults.”
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