• High School Soccer Scores: May 5, 2015

    From Staff Reports | Published: Wed, May 6, 2015

    Oklahoma High School soccer playoff action continued across the state on Tuesday

  • Cherokee Nation seeking hunting and fishing compact from Gov. Mary Fallin

    Ed Godfrey | Updated: 14 hr ago

    The Oklahoma governor’s office and the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma soon will be in compact negotiations concerning the state’s hunting and fishing regulations, a spokesman for Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin said Tuesday. “Negotiations will soon be underway with the Cherokee Nation on a possible tribal compact about hunting and fishing regulations,” said Michael McNutt, spokesman […]

  • Gasoline prices rise on climbing oil costs

    By Adam Wilmoth
    Energy Editor |
    Updated: 15 hr ago

    A boost in the price of oil over the past few weeks is translating into higher prices at gasoline pumps throughout Oklahoma and the country.

  • Oklahoma City-based Devon Energy posts $3.6 billion loss on lower oil prices

    By Adam Wilmoth
    Energy Editor |
    Updated: 15 hr ago

    Oklahoma City’s Devon Energy Corp. on Tuesday posted a first-quarter loss of $3.6 billion, led by a noncash accounting charge from lower oil prices even as the company recorded record oil production.

  • Huckabee enters crowded GOP field

    By The Associated Press | Updated: 14 hr ago

    HOPE, Ark. — Mike Huckabee declared his presidential candidacy Tuesday, counting on his brand of conservative populism to make his second White House bid more successful than his first. In 2008, he captivated evangelical Republicans but couldn't build wide enough support to win the Republican nomination. The former Arkansas governor announced his 2016 bid in the hometown he shares with former President Bill Clinton, becoming the sixth notable Republican to enter the campaign, with more to come. “I don't have a global foundation or a taxpayer-funded paycheck to live off of,” Huckabee said. “I don't come from a family dynasty, but a working family.

  • U.S. cities, states continue dissention over energy drilling, fracking issues

    By The Associated Press | Updated: 15 hr ago

    Clashes are growing between cities and states across America over oil and gas drilling and hydraulic fracturing, the practice of high pressure injections of water, sand and chemicals underground to free deposits of oil and gas. Energy-rich states are rushing to quash some of the local activism. Following is a summary of state debates. In Texas, which leads the nation in oil and natural gas production, a measure to limit local regulations to those deemed “commercially reasonable” has passed the Legislature and is expected to be signed into law by Republican Gov. Greg Abbott. Cities would be allowed to regulate surface activities such as noise, lights and traffic but not drilling itself.

  • Oklahoma bans texting while driving

    By Rick M. Green
    Capitol Bureau |
    Updated: 15 hr ago

    Oklahoma House Bill 1965 makes texting while driving a primary offense, meaning an officer can pull over a texting motorist. Gov. Mary Fallin signed the bill into law Tuesday, making Oklahoma the 46th state to prohibit the practice.

  • Mobile 'Googling' tops PC searches for first time in U.S.

    By MICHAEL LIEDTKE
    Associated Press |
    Updated: 15 hr ago

    SAN FRANCISCO — Google's influential search engine has hit a tipping point in technology's shift to smartphones. More search requests are now being made on mobile devices than on personal computers in the U.S. and many other parts of the world. The milestone announced at a digital advertising conference Tuesday serves as another reminder of how dramatically online behavior has changed since 2007. That's when Apple released the first iPhone, leading to a wave of similar devices that have made it easier for people to stay connected to the Internet wherever they go. The upheaval has rocked PC makers and other tech companies such as Microsoft with businesses tied to sales

  • Low oil, natural gas prices continue to be drag on Oklahoma's revenue

    By Rick M. Green
    Capitol Bureau |
    Updated: 15 hr ago

    Oklahoma’s tax revenue was slightly more than than in April 2014, the state treasurer said. But collections would’ve been higher if not for declines in gross production tax revenue from low oil and natural gas prices.

  • Oklahoma news briefs

    | Updated: 15 hr ago

    Oklahoma news briefs for May 6.

  • SandRidge selling headquarters, other downtown properties

    By Steve Lackmeyer
    Business Writer |
    Updated: 15 hr ago

    Oklahoma City-based SandRidge Energy wants to lease back its 30-story building and parking garage in downtown Oklahoma City.

  • Thunder: Major mind-changes among coaches

    By Berry Tramel | Published: Wed, May 6, 2015

    15 prominent flips by coaches in American sport

  • MLB Notebook

    | Updated: 14 hr ago

    Diamondbacks and Rockies rained out, doubleheader Wednesday The Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies were postponed by rain for a second straight night. A regular doubleheader was set for Wednesday — weather permitting, of course. Rain is in the forecast all week. It was the third straight home game washed away by soggy conditions for the Rockies. Colorado had its game against San Francisco postponed on April 26 before a road swing. Briefly ... Justin Verlander had a third MRI on Tuesday morning in Chicago. The 2011 AL MVP is hoping the inflammation has subsided enough to allow him to increase his throwing program. ...

  • Billy Donovan: How two Oklahoma State greats put Donovan's 2007 Orlando flip-flop in perspective

    By Berry Tramel | Updated: 14 hr ago

    COMMENTARY — Billy Donovan’s decision to back out on the Orlando Magic in 2007 makes more sense after Donovan’s farewell press conference Monday in Gainesville, and a similar decision by two former Oklahoma State greats.

  • Dodgers rained out

    From Staff Reports | Updated: 14 hr ago

    The Oklahoma City Dodgers game on Tuesday was postponed due to rain. The Dodgers were scheduled for a 7 p.m. matchup with New Orleans, the second of a four-game series. The team announced the two sides will play a double-header in August to make up the game. That is the next time New Orleans comes to Oklahoma City. Fans with ticket's to Tuesday's game will be allowed to swap that ticket to any other Dodgers game this season, based on availability. Oklahoma City defeated New Orleans on Monday night behind a strong bullpen outing to improve to 19-6 on the season, best in the Pacific Coast League.

  • Cowboys in need of help

    | Updated: 14 hr ago

    Oklahoma State needs help. Standings help. The Cowboys keep winning Big 12 baseball series, six of seven so far, with West Virginia visiting Stillwater this weekend. They've enjoyed a strong run. And yet, TCU now controls the fate of the conference championship. No team has won more league games than the Cowboys, who sit 14-7 entering their final Big 12 series against the last-place Mountaineers. But TCU is 13-5 with two series left - home against Kansas and at Oklahoma.

  • Sports TV listings for Oklahoma City: Wednesday, May 6-Thursday, May 7

    | Updated: 14 hr ago

    WEDNESDAY MINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 11 a.m.

  • NBA notebook

    | Published: Wed, May 6, 2015

    Clippers' Paul 50-50 for Wednesday Los Angeles Clippers coach Doc Rivers thinks the odds are 50-50 point guard Chris Paul will return on Wednesday night to try to help the Clippers build a 2-0 lead over the Houston Rockets in the Western Conference semifinals. Paul missed Game 1 against the Rockets with a left hamstring that was strained in the Clippers' stirring Game 7 victory over San Antonio. The Clippers surprised many by opening the semifinals with a victory in Houston, but Rivers said that would not affect the timeline for Paul's return. With one road win already in hand, some think it would be easier for Rivers to rest Paul

  • With Wall out, Atlanta beats Washington to even series 1-1

    By PAUL NEWBERRY
    AP Sports Writer |
    Published: Wed, May 6, 2015

    ATLANTA — DeMarre Carroll scored 22 points, Kyle Korver bounced back from a miserable first half and the top-seeded Atlanta Hawks held off the Washington Wizards 106-90 on Tuesday night, taking advantage of John Wall's absence to even the Eastern Conference semifinals at one game apiece. Wall, who finished the series opener with an injured left hand, was a surprising scratch just before Game 2, shortly after the Wizards insisted he would play. Ramon Sessions did an admirable job filling in, leading his team with 21 points, but Washington lost for the first time in these playoffs. Korver went 1-for-7 from the 3-point line in the first half but kept

  • Home sensors provide peace of mind

    By BRANDON BAILEY
    Associated Press |
    Updated: 15 hr ago

    High-tech monitoring systems help kids care for aging parents from a distance.




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