Coburn’s famous Waste Book might have had something to do with the NFL finally dropping its nonprofit status.
Blake Reynolds is a crowd pleaser, always smiling and looking for his next hug. “He’s very outgoing. He flirts with all the girls,” said Blake’s mother, Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper Jennifer Fisher. “He’s pretty much always in a good mood and puts everybody in a good mood.” Blake, 19, has Cornelia de Lange syndrome, a…
Soon, she made the transition from practicing martial arts to teaching it at a high school.
Langston University’s hiring of Miller to coach the Lady Lions might be one of the most underrated local sports stories of the past year.
A privately operated passenger rail line between the Tulsa and Oklahoma City metros will begin in the spring, and OKC city officials have expressed a desire to see the train reach downtown.
Four football players at Oklahoma Union High School in South Coffeyville might face legal consequences after an unspecified incident in a locker room.
Trey Rudat is a 5-year-old boy who recently played baseball for the first time.
OKC Energy FC is in a playoff position with seven games left in the season.
Mayor Mick Cornett on a Spokies bike Photo by Mark Hancock “The numbers show that ridership has increased steadily since Spokies launched, even during the winter,” she said. Strategically placed throughout downtown, the Spokies kiosks allow people to rent bicycles to cruise the area. In an effort to create more awareness of the service, Spokies…
Punk band Bad Sports started eight years ago. Bassist Daniel Friend and guitarist Orville Neeley had been in a band together previously, but one day, Neeley showed up with demos of new songs. “It was way better than the band we were in,” Friend said, “so we decided to do that instead.” Bad Sports met…