The 10 Commandments monument on the Oklahoma Capitol lawn was knocked down by a guy who talks to Satan, pees on things and threatens the president.
Thunder players Reggie Jackson and Steven Adams devised a new head-nod code for an NBA commercial.
Blake Griffin called former Clippers owner Donald Sterling a weird uncle.
Gas prices plummet, casting uncertainty on the future of Oklahoma’s lucrative oil and gas industry.
Police are on the lookout for a masked robber who has already hit two convenience stores.
James Marsden recently did an interview with Elle magazine and talked about mullets, Nicholas Sparks movies, dating and moving to Los Angeles.
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.