Oklahoma News, Sports & Weather

Longtime Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board member dies

Currie Ballard, who was about to finish his second full term on the Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board, died this week in his home.

Live Coverage: U.S. Senior Open

The U.S. Senior Open is off and running from Oak Tree National in Edmond. Follow our live coverage with the NewsOK Sports team throughout the day.

OKC Thunder: Pau Gasol tweets he's close to decision

Sports | Published: Fri, Jul 11, 2014 | Comment on this article Leave a comment

LeBron James made his decision. Next up: Pau Gasol.

Oklahoma Otasco store outlives the parent company

Business | Updated: 5 hr ago | Comment on this article Leave a comment

The former statewide brand lives on in just two Oklahoma towns — Marlow and Beaver.

Oklahoma City man arrested, accused of child prostitution

News | Published: Fri, Jul 11, 2014

An Oklahoma City man accused of acting as a pimp for two underage girls was arrested last month, police said.

OGE Energy Corp. headquarters development team looks at large housing, hotel on south half of Stage Center block

Business | Updated: 4 hr ago | Comment on this article Leave a comment

Chicago firm hired to help develop a new headquarters for OGE Energy Corp. is seeking to possibly acquire the south half of the downtown block for a larger mixed-use project.

Media allowed to tour Oklahoma military facility housing immigrant minors

News | Updated: 22 hr ago | Comment on this article Leave a comment

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

More News Headlines

Dorman blasts "Fal-esi" education program

News | Published: Thu, Jul 10, 2014 | Comments Comment on this article Leave a comment

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

Canola conferences set in Enid, Altus for July

Business | Published: Fri, Jul 11, 2014 | Comments Comment on this article Leave a comment

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

News | Yesterday | Comments Comment on this article Leave a comment

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

Neighbors offer warm welcome for injured Edmond veteran

News | Yesterday | Comments Comment on this article Leave a comment

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.



  1. 1
    Female Yahoo Exec Sued By a Female Employee for Sexual Harassment
  2. 2
    A company wants you to experiment on Facebook — by quitting
  3. 3
    LeBron's face vandalized on Miami mural that took 2+ years to create
  4. 4
    Somewhere In Brooklyn Right Now, There Is A Pregnant Tarantula On The Loose
  5. 5
    Alek Wek On Her Journey From Refugee To Supermodel
  6. 6
    BP Oil Spill Caused Sickness In Fish, Researchers Find
  7. 7
    LeBron James' move could signify new NBA business model
  8. 8
    Report: Chris Bosh agrees to 5-year, $118 million deal with Miami Heat
  9. 9
    College Board apologizes over 'racially insensitive' T-shirt
  10. 10
    Column: Dorial Green-Beckham's chances of playing this season 'less than zero'
  11. 11
    These Are The Surprisingly Human Faces Lurking In Google Maps Landscapes
  12. 12
    Tim Howard not among finalists for World Cup Golden Glove award
  13. 13
    Police investigating dead body found in NE Oklahoma City
  14. 14
    At Tour de France, Safety Concerns Arise About Selfies
  15. 15
    The endless, excruciating idiocy of the Internet — in one very stupid viral photo
  16. 16
    How did Sports Illustrated land the LeBron James story?
  17. 17
    Is a Spice Girls reunion in the works?
  18. 18
    A Music Archive Just Uploaded 13,000 Classic Live Concert Videos to YouTube. Here's What to Watch
  19. 19
    Former Kevin Durant coach hired as Washington Wizards assistant
  20. 20
    'I was in so much pain I felt like I was dying': Spicy burger test puts two reporters in hospital
  21. 21
    'Harry Potter' Actor Dead After Hiking In Death Valley
  22. 22
    John Seigenthaler, longtime Tennessean editor, dies at 86
  23. 23
    Accused Boston bomber spoke of martyrdom before attack: FBI
  24. 24
    Oklahoma State alum sues Sports Illustrated over 'Dirty Game' series
  25. 25
    George Clooney rejects Mail apology
+ show more


  1. 1
    Road Trip Travels Help Bring Civil Rights History to Life for Youngsters
  2. 2
    How Summer Road Trips Get Kids Unplugged from Technology, Tuned In to Family Time
  3. 3
    Japan Days 3 & 4 - The Universal Languages of Children
+ show more

Featured Content


Faith in summer: Churches keep kids busy

Life Updated: Fri, Jun 27, 2014

Faith in the summer Outreach and ministry activities tend to be more creative as the warm weather lures people outdoors, and young people, in particular, have plenty of time to spend learning about their faith. For that...

Civil rights history: How did we get here?

News Published: Sun, Jun 29, 2014

Fifty years ago this week, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed into law the 1964 Civil Rights Act.

A decade of OKCPD shootings

News Updated: Mon, May 12, 2014

Enterprise reporter Juliana Keeping sifts through the data on ten years' worth of shootings by the Oklahoma City Police Department.