Oilman Harold Hamm is suing an old colleague and friend over a Facebook post.
A rude customer at Joe’s Crab Shack got taken to task by his cousin on Facebook.
Thieves have to be more careful now that the people they steal from can find them on social media.
Data gathered from Facebook shows that Oklahomans like the Twilight books better than Harry Potter.
Rep. Josh Cockroft “accidentally” plagiarized, but he apologized on Facebook, so it’s okay.
In classic Oklahoma Islamophobia fashion, Rep. John Bennett, R-Sallisaw, took to Facebook last week to offer a word of warning to his fellow brothers and sisters in Christ. “The Quran clearly states that non-Muslims should be killed,” Bennett wrote. “Be wary of individuals who claim to be Muslim American, be especially wary if you’re…
You wouldn’t know it, but country singer and Okie native Reba McEntire has one of the best stories about the late Robin Williams. McEntire, like many celebrities at the time, shared her fondest memory of the legendary actor and comedian after his passing, writing on her official Facebook page: “My favorite memory of Robin Williams…
Local artist Anthony Pego was looking for inspiration, and it just wasn’t coming. An artist by trade, he was branching out from two-dimensional art, things that hang on walls.
Ada Police Department’s newest recruit is an old CPR dummy who sits in a car all day. And he has already been in an accident.
Feeding mouths, for instance, is very important. That’s how places make money. But for businesses that want to survive and thrive, the words that come out of aforementioned mouths are vital. Word of mouth and traditional advertising are still important. With the changing communication climate, social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and apps are used…