• Edmond student wins Bible association's scholarship contest

    BY CARLA HINTON, Religion Editor | Updated: 22 hr ago

    An Edmond student received a $1,000 college scholarship from the National Bible Association for art work he submitted for the association’s recent essay and art contest.

  • Oklahoma leaders celebrate Bible by holding public Scripture reading

    By Carla Hinton, Religion Editor | Updated: 22 hr ago

    The Beatitudes, the “love chapter” from 1 Corinthians and other familiar passages of Scripture could be heard throughout the hallways of the state Capitol on Monday as several Oklahoma leaders helped celebrate the National Bible Association’s International Day of the Bible.

  • Cushing football: Tigers rolling through playoffs

    BY SCOTT WRIGHT | Published: Tue, Nov 25, 2014

    The No. 4 seed from District 3A-1 has reached the quarterfinals, and faces Lincoln Christian on Friday.

  • Oklahoma City Thunder still searching for an inbounder

    By Darnell Mayberry | Published: Tue, Nov 25, 2014

    Former guard Thabo Sefolosha was the best at getting the ball inbounds under pressure. But the Thunder has yet to find a replacement for that job.

  • Race is on for College Football Playoff's fourth seed

    By Berry Tramel | Published: Tue, Nov 25, 2014

    COMMENTARY — TCU and Baylor will need some help to reach the Football Four.

  • OKC Barons travel to Texas on Wednesday

    By Mike Baldwin | Published: Tue, Nov 25, 2014

    Barons at Stars When: 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Where: Cedar Park Center, Cedar Park, Texas Radio: KGHM-AM 1340 Scouting report: The Barons open a three-game Texas road trip. … The division rivals have split four meetings, each getting an overtime win in a weekend series in late October in the Austin suburb. … The Barons (8-4-2) are in seventh in the AHL’s Western Conference. The Stars, the defending Calder Cup champions, are in 10th at 6-6-4. … OKC defenseman Brad Hunt (15 points in eight games) has been on a ridiculous pace since he was reassigned from Edmonton. … The Barons’ top scorers are 34-year-old veteran Jason Williams (17 points, seven goals), Anton Lander (14 points) and Ryan Hamilton (12

  • Oklahoma City Thunder: Lance Thomas' surprising perimeter skills a boost for Thunder defense

    By Anthony Slater | Published: Tue, Nov 25, 2014

    Lance Thomas entered Thunder training camp as an unknown and undersized big man. He worked with Steven Adams, Serge Ibaka and the other centers and power forwards during practice. He was listed as a power forward. He played most of his preseason minutes in the post area. Flash-forward a month later and Thomas — once a longshot to even make the team — is the Thunder’s starting small forward, working primarily as a perimeter player and wing stopper. It’s been a shocking transition, made possible by both a string of unfortunate injuries and Thomas’ surprising versatility and lateral quickness. “He can guard 1s, 2s, 3s and 4s,” coach Scott Brooks said. “And I’m shocked that I’m able to say that.

  • Man stabbed in the head multiple times, according to Oklahoma City police

    By Jonathan Sutton, Staff Writer | Yesterday

    Police say Tony Walters, 38, stabbed his roommate’s boyfriend in the head several times Monday.

  • Ratings watch: Fox Sports 1's OU-Kansas telecast tops week with 16.1 rating

    By Mel Bracht | Published: Tue, Nov 25, 2014

    Thunder averages 5.0 for four telecasts on Fox Sports Oklahoma

  • Oklahoma State basketball: Jeffrey Carroll gets a confidence boost

    By John Helsley, Staff Writer | Published: Tue, Nov 25, 2014

    OSU wing making a play for a starting spot.

  • Oklahoma basketball: Buddy Hield gets three 'home games

    BY RYAN ABER | Published: Tue, Nov 25, 2014

    As the Sooners prepare for the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament, native of Freeport, Bahamas, is excited about playing in Nassau.

  • Oklahoma football: Junior-college receiver commits to Sooners


    Oklahoma picked up its second commitment in the last three days when Blinn Community College (Brenham, Texas) wide receiver Dede Westbrook gave his verbal pledge to the Sooners on Tuesday. Westbrook, a four-star prospect, visited OU for its 44-7 rout of Kansas last weekend and announced his commitment on Twitter three days later. He’s the second OU wide receiver commit in the 2015 recruiting class, joining John Humphrey of League City, Texas. In Westbrook, Oklahoma will hope to bolster a receiver group that hasn’t been great this season. Junior Sterling Shepard was fantastic until suffering a groin injury that has sidelined him for most of the last three games, but other than him, OU receivers have struggled

  • What's it like: To suffer from compulsive overeating

    By Jaclyn Cosgrove, Staff Writer | Yesterday

    Binge eating disorder is the most common eating disorder in the U.S., affecting an estimated 3.5 percent of women and 2 percent of men. The cause of binge eating remains unclear. It could be a mixture of factors, including genetics, psychological factors, a person’s social interactions and culture.

  • Nokia Lumia 830 is one of the best Nokias yet

    By Richard Hall, Web Editor | Yesterday

    The Nokia Lumia 830 gives users an exceptional experience without an insane price tag

  • Of Character: Pam Henry has focused on her ability to help others with disabilities

    By Bryan Painter, Staff Writer | Yesterday

    Bryan Painter: At age 8, Pam Henry, who contracted polio when 14 months old, was the national March of Dimes Poster Child. In April of this year, Henry received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services. Her goal then and now was the same — to be a voice for those with disabilities.

  • Oklahoma baby boomers: Even as retirement age approaches, many remain in workforce

    By Silas Allen, Staff Writer | Yesterday

    Although they’re moving into retirement age, Oklahoma’s baby boomers are remaining in the workforce in larger numbers than the generations that came before them, labor force data show.

  • Employee's paycheck selfie fuels $2 million bank fraud

    BY PAULA BURKES | Yesterday

    McAfee’s Nathan Whatley discusses recent Minnesota case in which an employee’s posting of a selfie with her paycheck on Instagram led to widespread identity theft, bank fraud.

  • If successful, Oklahoma tax cut challenge has major potential consequences

    The Oklahoman Editorial | Published: Tue, Nov 25, 2014

    A case before the Oklahoma Supreme Court will determine if a constitutional provision designed to hinder passage of tax increases also hinders passage of tax cuts. The wrong outcome could result in widespread tax increases. Lawmakers should be prepared to deal with an adverse court decision. State Question 640, approved by Oklahoma voters in 1992, amended the Oklahoma Constitution to require that revenue measures must either be sent to a vote of the people or get three-fourths approval in both houses of the Legislature. It also banned approval of such measures during the final five days of a legislative session. A lawsuit now argues that a revenue bill includes tax increases and tax cuts. That flies in the face of common

  • Oklahoma City Parks director offers new plan to extend Martin Nature Park hours, relieves group's worries

    By William Crum, Staff Writer | Published: Tue, Nov 25, 2014

    Under the new plan the Oklahoma City park would open daily, year-round, at 5 a.m. It would close at 9 p.m. in the spring and summer and 6 p.m. in the fall and winter.

  • Help bring some smiles to Oklahoma foster kids for Christmas

    By Steve Lackmeyer, Business Writer | Published: Tue, Nov 25, 2014

    Foster Wishes attempts to fill the gap by generating Christmas wish lists from children and foster families across the state, working hand in hand with the state Department of Human Services.