An Oklahoma City man accused of selling cocaine to political consultant Chad Alexander called him “out of control.”
On Friday afternoon, Pau Gasol tweeted that he was ‘very close to making a decision’. Then, a few hours later, two reports surfaced that Gasol had narrowed his choices down to a pair of teams — the Chicago Bulls and San Antonio Spurs.
Okemah residents, Guthrie family members and musicians gathered inside the Okfuskee County History Center to casually swap stories about the late, great, songwriting legend.
The Chicago firm hired to help develop a new headquarters for OGE Energy Corp. is seeking to possibly acquire the south half of the downtown Oklahoma City block for a larger mixed-use project.
Sports Illustrated magazine has been sued — accused of maliciously publishing false information regarding the relationship between Oklahoma State University football athletes and a representative of Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Currie Ballard, who was about to finish his second full term on the Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board, died this week in his home. Sign the guestbook
People who love electric guitars and classic cars are in luck.
Parking lot spectators get a jet-fueled surprise as they catch a piece of a Blue Angels air show in St. Louis.
New website offers information on American Indian tribes in Oklahoma.
Oklahoma business briefs, July 12, 2014
On behalf of the Oklahoma Blood Institute, we offer some additional context to “Blood money: Legal tussle between institute, out-of-state broker exposes the business behind donations” (News, July 5). The lives...
Stress. It’s an emotion we have all felt at some point in our lives. And unfortunately, it has a tendency to linger. So, what makes us so stressed? We’re collecting responses from Oklahomans across the state for a new project.
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 reason, we are highlighting the many ways faith reaches out in the summer in the Oklahoma City area.
Fifty years ago this week, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed into law the 1964 Civil Rights Act.
Enterprise reporter Juliana Keeping sifts through the data on ten years' worth of shootings by the Oklahoma City Police Department.