In this series, NerdWallet interviews people about their journey to tame debt. Responses have been edited for length and clarity. Just months before the COVID-19 pandemic hit the United States,…
The Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board last week had recommended that Gov. Kevin Stitt commute Jones' sentence to life with the possibility of parole.
"To build community trust, it is necessary to establish an impartial, independent review process … allowing Tulsa citizens to bring forward alleged abuses and providing transparent investigations into such incidents," said Tulsa resident Barbara Hathcock.
Leroy Alfred is a former elementary school principal. Orlando Hazley is a former McLain High School principal.
Trust Women, with locations in Oklahoma City and Wichita, Kansas, has seen an increase in patients in the weeks leading up to the law's enactment and are expecting to see growth in out-of-state clientele continue.
"May you discover the creativity within you, and find new and innovative ways to leap over the obstacles and challenges you face on your life’s journey," said Pastor Alvin Fruga with The Presence in Owasso.
The Census Bureau on Thursday issued a detailed portrait of how the U.S. has changed over the past decade, releasing demographic data that will be used to redraw political maps.
The cashless rates on average will be 75% higher than what cash customers had paid, an official said
The menu features dishes from regions throughout Mexico, as well as classic items given a gourmet twist.
Dear Dr. Blonz: I keep seeing a video ad that says we should not ever drink spring water, carbonated water or even purified water, because it is all less effective than the alkalized water made fresh by their particular machine.
The inspiration for the project came from the time the owner and his wife were living in Guatemala, where he was working at a local brewpub.
Coweta Public Schools has announced Math Teacher Andrea Morgan as its Sloat Junior High Teacher of the Year for the 2020-2021 school year.
A growing gap between deaths reported by the state and the CDC's National Center for Health Statistics — 4,478 versus 6,970, respectively — has drawn attention on social media.
Local heat-and-air companies are answering 50% to 60% more service calls than during a typical February.
The measure would allow virtual meetings to continue during the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you want to make water conservation a bigger part of your garden plan, here’s what you can do.
The remains of a single person were found intact in a casket in a section of the cemetery researchers believe may contain the bodies of 18 Black men who were killed in the violence of May 31-June 1, 1921.
"Preventing implantation ends those new lives," said Tulsa resident Laura Ford.
The total confirmed number of infections in the state is 8,231 since early March.
Health officials reported that 82 of the new confirmed cases occurred in Tulsa County, which currently has totaled 1,525 cases since tracking began.
Blood donors embody the best of who Oklahomans are, giving selflessly so the state can rise and recover together. COVID-19 has taken a toll on…
Health officials say collecting saliva samples in vials or cups from patients greatly reduces the potential exposure to medical workers conducting the tests and has been shown to cut down on the use of personal protective equipment by 90%.