Three Tulsa-area coaches — in Union, Owasso and Bixby school districts — had higher total compensation packages than any of the 142 football coaches in Dallas-Fort Worth.
Look for a bite to eat in Broken Arrow? Tulsa World's restaurant critic James D. Watts Jr. offers his insight
Lawmakers on Thursday overrode Gov. Kevin Stitt’s veto of Senate Bill 429, which allows students to wear tribal regalia during graduation ceremonies.
Almost 100 students donned beadwork, eagle feathers, stoles, cords and other nods to their cultural or religious backgrounds at Tuesday night’s graduation ceremony for Broken Arrow High School. #oklaed
More than 80 Broken Arrow seniors have requested a dress code exemption to wear something representing their religion or cultural heritage at Tuesday night’s graduation ceremony. #oklaed
An international green energy company will build a solar panel manufacturing facility at the Tulsa Port of Inola in what is being called the largest economic development project in state history.
Looking for downtown dining? Look no further than some of the Tulsa World's top-reviewed restaurants recently.
Tulsa World's restaurant critic James D. Watts Jr. offers this insight into some of the new places around town.
An Otoe-Missouria and Osage woman is suing Broken Arrow Public Schools after two employees attempted to remove an eagle plume from her mortarboard at the district's 2022 graduation ceremony. #oklaed
The Tulsa World's restaurant critic James D. Watts Jr. took some notes while eating at restaurants so far this year. Here are some highlights if you're looking for something new.
Legislation that would have expanded the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety’s authority into what some lawmakers termed “spying” suffered a heavy defeat in the House of Representatives.
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Police officers responding to a call for a welfare check at a house in the 200 block of West Utica Place found a man dead there on Saturday.
LIV’s economic impact on the Tulsa market is said to have amounted to $29.9 million.
The Tulsa Higher Education Consortium wants to know which businesses in the area provide benefits to help their employees pay for higher education.
Having recovered from a triple-bogey debacle, Dustin Johnson rallied with a final-hole birdie
Officials at seven Tulsa-area districts said they have had no direct contact from the Oklahoma State Department of Education about the possibility of changing the state's school report card system. #oklaed
They now have a total of $50,000 after competing in the first Tulsa Idea Challenge.
Melvin Gilliam Sr., Rick Engles, Janet Thomas Griffith and Steve Turnbo were announced earlier as 2023 inductees. Four more will be announced next week for the June 8 banquet.
Jones was the Tulsa World’s metro and state football player of the year in 2004, an All-American at Arkansas, and Dallas' first-round draft choice in '08.
Longtime grant writer says Ryan Walters lied to lawmakers, federal grant money for Oklahoma in jeopardy
“The public has a right to know about his lies. If he’s going to lie about federal grants, he’s going to lie about anything," claims the writer of $106 million in grants since 2017. #oklaed
Quiet during the day, but isolated storms around Friday evening and a couple could be severe. More storms expected on Saturday with the chance for damaging wind and hail continuing. Get all the details on both days in our updated forecast video.
The shop at 1502 E. 11th St. is a quick-serve version of the Empire Slice House, which opened in March 2020 at 417 N. Main St., next to Cain's Ballroom.
Old World Pizza cooks its pies in a brick oven manufactured in Italy; with temperatures hovering in the 650-degree range, the oven can cook a pizza in about four minutes.