OKG was launched Oct. 15, 1979, by owner and publisher Bill Bleakley. Today, its cume readership tops 206,000.
From Republican to Democrat, young to old, artistic to news-hound, fans pick up Oklahoma Gazette from more than 800 locations every week.
A Tulsa man was arrested for possession of meth, guns, body armor and a bunch of money.
Rep. Josh Cockroft “accidentally” plagiarized, but he apologized on Facebook, so it’s okay.
Actor and comedian Bill Hader compared his childhood in Tulsa to that of “an idiot in some book.”
The University of Oklahoma ranks No. 1 for National Merit Scholars.
The Oklahoma City Council used a crapload of Post-it notes to organize legislative priorities for the next five years.
Roman Catholic Archbishop Paul S. Coakley performed an exorcism and spiritual cleansing in the theater where the black mass was held.
Tulsa and Oklahoma City have been named the No. 1 and No. 2 most dangerous cities in the country.
911 received numerous calls about a streaking light and a possible plane crash or meteorite, or maybe it was a UFO full of aliens. Who knows?