Most Oklahoma County voters chose to say home or do anything other than vote Feb. 14.
A man Gov. Mary Fallin recently appointed to the state Supreme Court might be ineligible.
A local psychic was recently charged with fortune-telling for a fee.
Oklahoma’s House Public Health Committee recently approved a bill requiring women seeking abortion to obtain paternal permission.
Downtown Airpark is set to be replaced with offices, shops, restaurants and housing units.
“I hopped out of the way real fast,” Stamp told the news station. “After that, I was kind of in shock.”
Instead of cash, he offered hooch. Instead of cookies, the offer got Swanson arrested.
We did our research and carefully parsed the new series’ 74-second trailer and discovered a montage of pulled quips and gags forecasting a show heavy on comedic pettiness, Southern sass, low-hanging punchlines and blonde jokes from a typecast clique of Gaillardia housewives.
What do drivers want? Better roads and bridges! When do they want them? Years ago!
Opgrande unironocally called the scheme “ironic.”