Dale Eugene Warren pleaded guilty as part of an agreement with prosecutors that calls for him to serve a 10-year prison term.
Charles M. McCully, 44, a member of the self-proclaimed “whites only” Oklahoma prison-based gang, pleaded guilty in the federal Northern District of Oklahoma to conspiracy to participate in a racketeering enterprise and to kidnapping.
Former assistant superintendent Margaret Coates will replace current superintendent Amy Fichtner, effective Jan. 1.
Kevin Spacey faces paying out more than $30 million to 'House of Cards' producers after losing his arbitration appeal.
Broken Arrow police said at the time of her arrest that Stephanie Ann Manning had shot at another vehicle twice with a handgun after it collided with her vehicle near the intersection of Aspen (145th East) Avenue and Kenosha (71st) Street.
Tissue maker Sofidel is to provide $1.5 million in matching funds toward the project.
The proposed 15-year agreement includes major funding for burying powerlines, new highway lighting and other rights-of-way maintenance but not the explicit promise to pursue goals for addressing climate change.
Drugmaker Pfizer Inc. has signed a deal with a U.N.-backed group to allow other manufacturers to make its experimental COVID-19 pill, a move that could make the treatment available to more than half of the world’s population.
LONDON (AP) — Drugmaker Pfizer Inc. has signed a deal with a U.N.-backed group to allow other manufacturers to make its experimental COVID-19 pill, a move that could make the treatment available to more than half of the world’s population.
"Failure to meet this nature-dictated goal will cause the Earth to become a chronically violent, burning, drowning, thirsty planet increasingly hostile to life," said Gary Allison, co-organizer of The Ready for 100 Tulsa Action Campaign and former director of the The University of Tulsa’s Sustainable Energy and Resources Law Program.
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Thursday warned that a key temperature goal in climate talks is "on life support" but he still hopes that world governments will step up their pledges to slash emissions of greenhouse gases.
Gov. Kevin Stitt, in the executive order, said the State Health Department's settlement agreement that led to including "nonbinary" as an option on Oklahoma birth certificates was not reviewed or approved by his administration.
After years of legal challenges, the city and the Tulsa Public Facilities Authority decide not to continue fighting for proposed commercial development at Helmerich Park.
The City Council tabled a vote Wednesday on scheduling a Feb. 8 special election on the city’s new franchise fee agreement with PSO.
NEW YORK — Freddie Freeman, World Series MVP Jorge Soler and Eddie Rosario of the champion Atlanta Braves were among 160 players who became free agents Wednesday as an uncertain offseason started with a lockout threat looming.
Two office managers in trouble with the law appeared in court this week on unrelated fraud charges.
The redeveloper, HBSY Properties, LLC, wants to rehab 10 single-family homes.
A warm relationship with new leadership and an opportunity to "solidify what happens here" were factors in Gundy's perpetual five-year contract announced by Oklahoma State Friday.
A federal indictment alleged William "Bill" Mulder developed phony life insurance policies that were used to acquire millions of dollars in loans from banks and investors.
Q: I live in South Carolina and share a private road with my neighbor. The neighbor owns the first several hundred feet, and then I own a bit more, and then he owns a tad more on the tail end. My neighbor just informed me that they plan on putting a fence up. That fence would block my entry to my property. Can I legally block them from putting up a fence? Can I put up a fence on my portion of the road to keep them from using my section and getting to the rear portion of their land?
Agency affirms GRDA's A-plus rating
The agreement includes a PSO price increase of $50.7 million or an average 3.9% increase across all customer classes. The bill of a typical residential customer who uses 1,100 kilowatt hours (kWh) a month would increase by $5.04, or about 4.72%.