Oklahoma, maybe today we’re the 42nd worst bike-friendly state in the nation, but I’m betting that when the next rankings are released, we’ve moved up a few notches.
As our city gets bigger, our world gets smaller.
Our friends, family, neighbors and entire community are clamoring for and embracing every opportunity to get involved and be a part of this new OKC.
We need to look for sustainable ways to power our homes, businesses, schools and more in order to help keep Oklahoma on the fast track to a bright future.
In simple terms, Black Asphalt is a web-based networking and data tool that allows police officers across America to communicate about suspects, searches and suspicions without having to use their departments’ normal record-keeping systems.
Graduating college is a rite of passage. College graduates have spent the last four to seven years (depending on the patience of their parents) of their lives diligently studying, cultivating relationships and preparing for their bright futures. This is what college graduates tell themselves and, in most cases, their parents. But are they really ready…
I, like countless other Oklahomans and Americans, will never forget where I was the morning of Sept. 11, 2001. Like a typical college student, I was still asleep when news broke of a plane hitting the World Trade Center in New York. I was alarmed when my mother flung the door open to my room,…
Contemporary reforms failed in the same ways that previous data-driven school experiments failed.
According to recent findings published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, cancer is the leading cause of death among American Indians and Alaska Natives, followed by heart disease.
“Suffer the little children to come unto me,” Jesus said, but not to Oklahoma or elsewhere in America.