A University of Oklahoma employee is peeved after being told that she isn’t allowed to run for a seat in the Oklahoma House of Representatives while employed by the university.
An Oklahoma organization recruiting, training and helping elect progressive women welcomes former U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer to its annual luncheon.
The Native American writer’s conference welcomes guests like poets Joy Harjo and Simon Ortiz.
Norman City Council recently declared the second Monday in October Indigenous Peoples’ Day, and groups and individuals wonder when OKC will join the movement.
The Friendly Market proprietors were let off the hook when a Cleveland County jury found them not guilty of selling drug paraphernalia.
Norman City Councilwoman Breea Clark started a petition to change the name of a street named after a Ku Klux Klan grand dragon.
Oklahoma Progressive Network and Indivisible use social media and real-life interaction to shed light on important issues that affect everyone.
Crime rates in Norman are down generally, but the city definitely still has some work to do.
Norman United seeks amendments to Norman’s anti-discrimination ordinance and works to educate the community on LGBT issues.
“When you have a minority group who are targeted by hate crimes and violence, it is the duty of the government and elected officials to step up and show respect to that community,” Stevenson said.