State education leaders recently submitted a plan to boost high school graduation rates, combat hunger, improve early childhood education and reduce the use of emergency-certified teachers.
Oklahoma City was recently named the top destination for millennials by ApartmentList.com.
A Mustang woman recently plead guilty to wire fraud and signing a false income tax return after allegedly stealing money from her employer.
A former aide to Gov. Mary Fallin faces charges for allegedly taking a photo or video up a woman’s skirt at a budget meeting.
A local 15-year-old chess player won the North American Under 20 championship.
Trump might be naming U.S. Rep. Jim Bridenstine from Tulsa as head of NASA, a decision backed by Oklahoma senators.
Rep. Mike Rogers insists that reports of education cuts in Oklahoma are ‘fake news’ and the state has, in fact, increased per-pupil funding.
Attempts to challenge and derail State Question 792 were thwarted recently, and Oklahomans will still be able to enjoy buying full-strength beer and wine in grocery stores in October 2018.
OKCPS will hold a community meeting about changing the names of four local schools, but two might not actually be named after Confederate generals.
This is not a drill! Oklahoma is in the midst of a syphilis outbreak.