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State Question 776 asks voters to protect the death penalty in Oklahoma

State Question 776 asks voters to protect the death penalty in Oklahoma

The proposed change would incorporate the protections into Oklahoma Constitution’s Bill of Rights.


Oklahoma City University students research facets of water crisis

Local professor encourages students to apply scientific knowledge to real-world problems.

Wiggle your ears

A nationally known ’90s alternative rock group will headline the first, free “kindie” music festival Sunday at Bicentennial Park, 500 Couch, to promote health and fitness for the whole family. Michigan-based band The Verve Pipe will perform songs from Are We There Yet?, its second full-length album of children’s music released in July following the

Life’s a beach house

Credit: Brad Gregg For Oklahoma City billionaire Aubrey McClendon, that might mean selling the beach house he’s never lived in. His $10 million home on Lake Michigan hit the market recently. The 7,000-square-foot behemoth of a getaway place in the Singapore Dunes of Michigan comes complete with a 1,300-square-foot separate guest house. The former Chesapeake

Sooner voter

In an interview with ESPN.com’s SoonerNation blog, Meinke admitted that the revelation of his pick prompted a deluge of reaction, not all of it from happy campers. “Judging from Twitter, I think I’ve made a bunch of new friends from Stillwater,” joked Meinke, a first-time voter in the AP poll. “But unless you’re an extreme

Tit for tat

Credit: Brad Gregg On July 11, Businessweek reported that Chesapeake was ordered to pay $100 million to three leaseholders who claimed the Oklahoma City-based company reneged on an agreement to purchase mineral rights. Filed in 2008, the lawsuit brought by three Texas energy companies alleged Chesapeake failed to complete the purchase of three gas leases

Passing the retail torch

That’s more than four years of shops opening and closing, trends coming and going (and some, like jeggings, not seeking the exit door fast enough) and an explosion of both diversity and number of local stores. From popping in to stores across the metro each and every week, I can tell you firsthand that the

Paleo — Fruit of the Spirit

“Pharoah” is a morose wanderer that would be right at home on Sufjan Stevens’ “Michigan,” while the upbeat “Over the Hill and Back Again” sounds like something that Clap Your Hands Say Yeah could churn out. The fact that these tunes are back-to-back on his album is telling — to call it “eclectic” would be

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