Heard on Hurd, a new street festival in Edmond, drew a crowd to downtown.
In the days and months after the Donald Sterling tapes leaked, many of the quotes leaving Clipper-land were understandably measured. Players were focused on playoff basketball, advised to keep their comments short, vague and uncontroversial. But with the saga essentially over and a new owner in place, there is likely more freedom to talk about the […]
A man seen with a pacifier in his mouth in surveillance photos is wanted for a Friday carjacking in Oklahoma City.
Without examining employees’ motives for frequent job changes, companies can miss opportunities to hire motivated, multi-skilled workers, recent research shows.
About half the people who bought tickets for a satanic group’s “black mass” showed up for the event Sunday at the Civic Center Music Hall. Even so, the group’s leader Adam Daniels said he was pleased with the outcome — calling it a victory because “we got it done.”
Hundreds gather in Oklahoma City to pray, protest
Outside 'black mass', Christians rally to pray
See photos from 'black mass' and the protest
An Oklahoma City landlord may be stuck with $1,000 bill after police arrested a tenant for gang-related drug activity. The landlord worries her hopes of being paid for the damage are going down the drain and has a tort claim pending with the city.
High-profile election losses, criminal investigation hit powerful Oklahoma political consulting firm A.H. Strategies
Oklahoma City-based A.H. Strategies is known in political circles as one of the powerhouses in campaign consulting in Oklahoma. Now, the company is on the ropes, dealing both with a criminal investigation and losses this year in three of its most high-profile races.
Sunday marked the final day of the 2014 Oklahoma State Fair.
A person with an infection might develop a serious medical condition called sepsis, where the body overreacts to fighting that infection. There is no “cure” for sepsis or septic shock, and death rates often are high.
Construction of Edmond’s new public safety center has been underway for a year. It is expected to be completed in another year. The new three-story building with a 14-cell prisoner holding center in the basement has changed the looks of downtown Edmond.
Corrections Department declines to build new well system at prison to provide drinkable water to nearby residents
A long sought-after agreement between the state Corrections Department and a local water district to build a new well system is at a standstill once again. Citing concerns over its legal authority to sell water, the department declined to build the system, which would have provided clean water to dozens of nearby residents.
Oklahoma is a seismically active state crisscrossed with thousands of natural fault lines. But seismic activity has spiked over the past five years, leading scientists, regulators, industry representatives and the general public to question what is different today and what could be causing the rumblings.