Live Coverage: U.S. Senior Open

Colin Montgomerie conquered Oak Tree National on Day 1. What does the course have in store in the Round 2? Follow our live coverage of the U.S. Senior Open throughout the day with the NewsOK Sports team and more.

Report finds 80 percent of Oklahomans served by public mental health system are unemployed

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Oklahoma has the second-highest rate of residents with serious mental illness, a population that often struggles with finding employment. Meanwhile, Oklahoma is among 10 states that spend the least funding per capita on mental health services.

Media allowed to tour Oklahoma military facility housing immigrant minors

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LAWTON — Federal officials on Thursday allowed reporters to tour the military barracks at Fort Sill, where more than 1,000 unaccompanied immigrant children are being housed. Obama administration wants to place 5,000 more unaccompanied minors on U.S. military bases and extend their stays

Like Woody Guthrie, WoodyFest is about more than just music

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The 17th annual festival continues through Sunday in venues around Okemah, the hometown of the late, great folk icon.
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Movie review: 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes'

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“Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” is an action-packed epic, a moving sci-fi allegory rendered in broad, lush strokes by the latest state of the computer animator’s art.
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Dorman blasts "Fal-esi" education program

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Democratic gubernatorial candidate Joe Dorman announced the "first phase" of his education program on Thursday.

Canola conferences set in Enid, Altus for July

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There is no charge for participants to attend the Oklahoma-Kansas Winter Canola Conferences. The event is July 29 in Enid, and July 30 in Altus.

Oklahoma City-area teenagers get explosive education

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Oklahoma City bomb squad demonstrates equipment and explosives for students in the Student Police Academy program.

Neighbors offer warm welcome for injured Edmond veteran

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Neighbors turned out for the groundbreaking for triple amputee Rusty Dunagan’s new home. The retired U.S. Army staff sergeant lost his legs and one arm in a 2010 land mine and bomb attack in Afghanistan.



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