The elected officials have to intervene! Why has no one done this? Fear; fear of retribution — in the form of a tweet.
A local woman wanting to speak to Sen. James Lankford used Twitter to get in touch when she saw him on a plane.
“If I just met you one day on the street, I don’t need to know your kid’s birthday or anything like that,” he said.
An Edmond magazine owner found herself in the line of fire over a Twitter hashtag recently.
Jim Norton is known as a co-host on Sirius XM Radio’s Opie with Jim Norton and for occasional appearances on the FX series Louie.
An ESPN host fielded thousands of responses — including one from a player and one from OKCPS’ Twitter account — to a tweet he made about the Oklahoma City Thunder.
An Oklahoma college student’s tweet about her sad papaw went viral because her cousins didn’t show up for dinner.
You can all just calm down; Barry Switzer is not hanging out in Kiev, Ukraine, asking you for money.
The University of Oklahoma’s President David Boren finally joined Twitter — sort of.
Oklahomans talk about pickles too much on Twitter. No, really. Someone wrote a paper on social media food trends and now thinks we’re all obsessed with pickles.