Attitudes about LGBTQ parenting have changed, especially after same-sex marriage was legalized in 2015, says editorial columnist Ginnie Graham.
The development of new academic standards in reading and math is easily Hofmeister’s biggest policy issue lingering from her to-do list for her first year in office.
At the start of 2015, beef prices were high after year-long droughts caused ranchers to significantly cut their herds, limiting supply and increasing demand — and rustlers responded.
A steering committee is meeting to discuss the development of new reading and math standards after the repeal of Common Core.
Committee members will hear from national experts on the processes used in other states to set K-12 academic standards.
The state has hired a retired veteran of the Oklahoma Highway Patrol in an effort to arrest more arsonists and cattle thieves. Lt. Col. Mike Grimes, who retired in May, started a new job Monday as director of investigative services for the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry.
Thursday night on the stage of the John H. Williams Theater at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, Sen. Maxine Horner and Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame CEO Chuck Cissel presented pianist Ramsey Lewis with the Hall's Jay McShann Lifetime Achievement Award. The night before in a related event, guitarist Stanley Jordan had received the Hall's Living Legend Award.
Members of a Broken Arrow Army Reserve unit left Sunday for Fort Bragg, N.C., on their way to Bosnia, where they will replace soldiers in simi…
Members of a Broken Arrow Army Reserve unit left Sunday for
FREDERICK (AP) -- Tillman County authorities are investigating
Event: "An Evening of Cabaret," presented by Follies Revue, Inc.