Whetsel, in his second run for the county’s top law officer position, won by calling for improved public safety for all county residents, not by pointing to problems at the lockup.
One state senator is in big trouble for allegedly embezzling $1.8 million from a nonprofit.
A dip in the oil and gas industry has cost over 1,000 jobs, and things aren’t looking up yet.
Nationwide, minority enrollment (Latino, African-American and Asian combined) in public schools is expected to surpass white student enrollment, according to an Aug. 19 report from Education Week and data from the National Center for Education Statistics. This is largely due to Hispanic community growth and is a reality that mirrors what Oklahoma City Public Schools…
Most of the Konawa police force quit after an incident involving cops, guns and a joy ride as well as what they deem “interference.”
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Al Roker called Jim Inhofe a moron on national television for his Senate snowball stunt last February.
An Oklahoma County jailer was arrested recently for attempting to smuggle meth to an inmate.
A recent study shows that beer is good for Oklahoma; each year, it earns the state $412 million in taxes alone.
The Oklahoma State Department of Education joins 21 other states that offer free ACT tests to public high school juniors.