• OKC New Source energy firm may add leadership with deal

    By Adam Wilmoth
    Energy Editor |
    Updated: 12 hr ago

    New Source Energy Partners LP on Monday announced plans for a potential change of control within the next two years in deal with 2100 Energy LLC.

  • Oklahoma man dies after motorcycle wreck in Rogers County

    FROM STAFF REPORTS | Updated: 12 hr ago

    A Talala man died Monday at a hospital after suffering injuries Sunday evening from a motorcycle crash in northwest Rogers County, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported.

  • Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes holds reception for USDA officials

    By Lisa Liebl
    For The Oklahoman |
    Updated: 12 hr ago

    The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes, based in Concho, provided cultural experience during a regional meeting in Oklahoma for state directors in the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

  • Southwestern Oklahoma State University names distinguished alumni

    By Brian Adler
    For The Oklahoman |
    Updated: 12 hr ago

    Dr. Jay Cannon and Albert Gray, of Oklahoma City, will be honored May 9 at the Weatherford campus

  • Oklahoman anniversaries, April 28

    | Updated: 12 hr ago

    Oklahoman anniversaries, April 28, 2015

  • Edmond boy learns to live with tics, Tourette syndrome

    By Jaclyn Cosgrove
    Staff Writer |
    Updated: 12 hr ago

    Grant Shields, a 14-year-old Edmond teen, is hoping to educate his fellow Oklahomans about Tourette syndrome, a neurological disorder characterized by repetitive, stereotyped, involuntary movements and vocalizations called tics. Shields was diagnosed with Tourette syndrome in 2010.

  • Heavy rains bring much-needed relief to drought-stricken Oklahoma

    FROM STAFF REPORTS | Updated: 12 hr ago

    Portions of western Oklahoma received the most significant 24-hour rain fall totals they have seen in years, said Gary McManus with the Oklahoma Climatological Survey.

  • Oklahoma news briefs for April 28

    | Updated: 12 hr ago

    Oklahoma news briefs for April 28, 2015

  • Oklahoma authorities release name of Arkansas man shot, killed in Adair County

    FROM STAFF REPORTS | Updated: 12 hr ago

    A game warden shot and killed a man wanted on an Arkansas parole violation warrant Sunday in Adair County, Oklahoma. The name of the man who died has been released.

  • Discover sets Apple Pay deal for U.S. customers

    | Published: Tue, Apr 28, 2015

    NEW YORK — U.S. users of Discover cards are now getting their Apple Pay. Discover was the last holdout among major credit card networks in the country. After months of complaints from customers, Discover Financial Services announced Monday that it has reached an agreement with Apple Inc. that will let its cardholders make payments in participating stores through Apple Pay by using an iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus or Apple Watch. With Apple Pay, each transaction is authorized with a one-time unique security code. Apple Pay launched in October. American Express, Visa and MasterCard came on board late last year.

  • Tulsa County undersheriff quits in wake of review

    By JARREL WADE
    Tulsa World |
    Updated: 12 hr ago

    TULSA — Tulsa County Sheriff Stanley Glanz announced Monday the resignation of Undersheriff Tim Albin in the wake of documents released that allege Albin intimidated employees to elevate a reserve deputy in the program. “Given the gravity of the current situation … he agreed that maybe it's time for a change,” Glanz said. The resignation would be effective at the end of the week, he said. “I will continue to examine my organization, and there will be more changes in the coming days as I work to restore the integrity to the sheriff's office which the public has come to expect,” Glanz said.

  • Oklahoma governor signs bills to give tax incentives greater scrutiny

    By Rick M. Green
    Capitol Bureau |
    Published: Tue, Apr 28, 2015

    Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin signs bills to give tax incentives greater scrutiny

  • Innovation & Entrepreneurs: Oklahoma environment still developing for fast-growth start up firms

    | Published: Tue, Apr 28, 2015

    Scott Meacham: Oklahoma’s network of individual investors is helping to overcome the lack of locally based venture capital.

  • Microsoft conference bids to build up coder support

    By Matt Day
    The Seattle Times |
    Published: Tue, Apr 28, 2015

    SEATTLE — Microsoft this week makes its pitch to a constituency that will go a long way toward determining the fate of the upcoming version of its flagship Windows software: developers. Thousands of external developers, Microsoft says, will converge in San Francisco this week for the company's annual Build conference. The event, held Wednesday through Friday, is designed to update developers on the company's direction and help them craft programs. Developers who write the code creating programs from word-processing software and business-expense tools helped make Windows the dominant platform for much of the past 20 years.

  • Tulsa city auditor is arrested on DUI complaint

    BY KENDRICK MARSHALL
    Tulsa World kendrick.marshall @tulsaworld.com |
    Updated: 12 hr ago

    TULSA — City Auditor Cathy Criswell was jailed Sunday morning accused of driving under the influence of alcohol. According to an arrest report, Criswell's car was stopped by Tulsa County sheriff's deputies about 12:22 a.m. in the 6600 block of E 41 Street after it was seen maneuvering erratically. The report indicates that Criswell smelled of alcohol, featured bloodshot eyes, had slurred speech and was unsteady on her feet. A field breath test concluded her blood-alcohol level was 0.08, the report states. A reading of 0.08 or more is considered intoxicated under Oklahoma law. Criswell, 60, was booked into Tulsa jail about 1:45 a.m.

  • #MyOklahoma for April 28, 2015

    | Updated: 12 hr ago

    #MyOklahoma for April 28, 2015

  • U.S. Supreme Court to consider lawsuits over personal data

    By SAM HANANEL
    Associated Press |
    Published: Tue, Apr 28, 2015

    WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court said Monday it will decide whether websites and other firms that collect personal data can be sued for publishing inaccurate information even if the mistakes don't cause any actual harm. The case is being watched closely by Google, Facebook and other Internet companies concerned that class-action lawsuits under the Fair Credit Reporting Act could expose them to billions of dollars in damages. The justices will hear an appeal from Spokeo.com, a Pasadena, California-based Internet search engine that compiles publicly available data on people and lets subscribers view the information, including address, age, marital

  • Apple's iPhones remain key moneymaker; forget watch

    By BRANDON BAILEY
    Associated Press |
    Published: Tue, Apr 28, 2015

    SAN FRANCISCO — The iPhone is still the engine behind Apple's phenomenal success, even if attention lately has been focused on its new smartwatch. While skeptics question whether the company's future is tied too much to one product, the iPhone's popularity was the reason Apple turned in another blow-out financial report Monday. The results far surpassed most analysts' expectations for the first three months of the year, when sales traditionally fall from their holiday-season peak. Apple sold more than 61 million iPhones in the quarter, accounting for more than two-thirds of its $58 billion in revenue for the three-month period and the lion's share of its $13.6 billion

  • College baseball: High-stakes Bedlam on deck

    By John Helsley | Updated: 11 hr ago

    Game 1 is set for Tulsa’s ONEOK Field on Friday at 7 p.m. The series shifts to Oklahoma City and Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark for Games 2 and 3, scheduled for 7 p.m. Saturday and 4 p.m. Sunday.

  • Pace of Play: By the Numbers

    By Jacob Unruh | Updated: 11 hr ago

    A look at the numbers comparing the start of last season to this year




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