The final plan for A Gathering Place for Tulsa park along Riverside Drive will be unveiled Tuesday - a moment officials at the George Kaiser Family Foundation have been anxious to see come for nearly seven years.
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LeBron James has been here before, with dire results.
“Ferra chose to expand to Oklahoma because its central location enables us to easily provide service to our customer base on both coasts and international markets, said Ferra Engineering CEO Mark Sherrer in a statement Tuesday.
The Center of the Universe Festival has another headliner. OK GO will perform during the two day fest, July 19-20 in the Brady Arts District of downtown Tulsa.
Judge denies Cherokee freedmen injunction request A Tribal Council candidate had requested the injunction so that freedmen descendents could vote.
DAVID HARPER World Staff Writer
TCC Metro campus to remain closed Wednesday Technicians are working to rebuild and replace a power distribution panel that caught fire Monday night, ...
AMANDA BLAND AND KENDRICK MARSHALLWorld Staff Writers
Military plans would put women in most combat jobs Maj. Gen. Bennet Sacolick, director of force management for U.S. Special Operations Command, said 'the ...
LOLITA C. BALDOR Associated Press
Chrysler agrees to recall of Jeeps at risk of fire In deciding on the recall, Chrysler avoided a showdown with government safety regulators that could have ...
DEE-ANN DURBIN and TOM KRISHERAP Auto Writers
Illinois makes former OSU quarterback Lunt's transfer official Illinois football coach Tim Beckman said Tuesday that the sophomore-to-be signed paperwork to transfer ...
Oil: Price climbs above $98 ahead of Fed policy news The focus in oil markets, as in others, was on the Fed, as policymakers began a two-day meeting.
Stocks: Waiting for word from Bernanke, market moves higher The market's gains were steady and broad. The Standard & Poor's 500 index rose 12.77 points, or 0.8 percent, ...
CHRISTINA REXRODE AP Business Writer
Execution set for Oklahoma man in 2 stabbing deaths Prosecutors said the man and a co-defendant talked their way into the victims' rural LeFlore County home, ...
Tornado insurance claims near 71,000 in Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner John Doak said insurance payments from the storms have topped $560 million.
Officials to review probe of suspended Owasso city manager by July 1 The investigative report won’t be presented to the city council Tuesday night, Owasso Mayor Doug Bonebrake ...
RHETT MORGAN World Staff Writer
Highs in the 90s, limited thunderstorm chances forecast for Tulsa area this week Scattered showers and thunderstorms will be possible both Wednesday and Thursday in the Tulsa area.
House committee takes up tough immigration bill Meanwhile in the Senate, a Republican lawmaker floated a compromise border security proposal he hopes ...
ERICA WERNER Associated Press
U.S., Taliban to start talks on ending Afghan war After months of delays, the Taliban opened a political office in the Qatari capital of Doha, paving the ...
PATRICK QUINN Associated Press
Obama administration threatens veto of Rep. Frank Lucas' farm bill Rep. Frank Lucas, R-Cheyenne, is the chairman of the House Agriculture Committee and will be managing ...
CHRIS CASTEEL NewsOK.com
Coweta man to serve prison time in fatal hit-and-run He pleaded no contest to felony leaving the scene of a fatal collision and misdemeanor negligent homicide ...
KENDRICK MARSHALL World Staff Writer
WikiLeaks case in recess until June 25 The prosecution and defense will spend the next week negotiating written statements from some 17 witnesses, ...
NTSB: Poor eyesight probable cause in Oklahoma Panhandle train crash Investigators also proposed 16 new safety recommendations to curb future accidents.
Husband admits assault on celebrity chef Nigella Lawson Prominent British art collector Charles Saatchi has admitted assault and accepted a police caution after ...
JILL LAWLESS AND RAPHAEL SATTER,Associated Press
Two-year lease granted for Oklahoma City soccer team The proposal was for a North American Soccer League team to be housed at Taft Stadium.
RHIANNON WALKER NewsOK.com
Australian aerospace supplier expanding to Grove “Ferra chose to expand to Oklahoma because its central location enables us to easily provide service ...
KYLE ARNOLD World Staff Writer
Woman's body found in northwest Oklahoma City, her son arrested She had injuries on her body consistent with homicide, police report.
STAFF REPORTS NewsOK.com
Oklahomans shun banking in droves, FDIC survey says Oklahoma has one of the highest percentages of unbanked and underbanked households in the nation, at ...
FARRIS WILLINGHAM NewsOK.com
Norman man threatens Fallin's 'child' and local sheriff in emails He told investigators he sent the emails from the Norman Public Library and was arrested June 7 on “unrelated ...
ANDREW KNITTLE NewsOK.com
Police kill man who took girl at Oklahoma store Authorities say a police officer shot and killed a man who'd taken a toddler hostage at a Walmart Market ...
AP Wire Service
Theft, assault charges filed against Tulsa man Gary Colbert Jr., 22, is accused of stealing a 1985 Chevrolet pickup truck and then punching a woman ...
Plan for new Tulsa park to be unveiled The final plan for A Gathering Place for Tulsa park along Riverside Drive will be unveiled Tuesday - ...
KEVIN CANFIELD World Staff Writer
Death notices for June 18 Including Tulsa and northeastern Oklahoma.
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BRUCE PLANTE World Editorial Cartoonist
Oklahoma Dept. of Correction director submits resignation Department of Corrections Director Justin Jones is resigning effective Oct. 1.
BARBARA HOBEROCK World Capitol Bureau
Tyrone Dale David Woodfork won't be targeted for death penalty, Tulsa County prosecutors say Tulsa County prosecutors are not seeking the death penalty for a Tulsan who is accused of raping and ...
BILL BRAUN World Staff Writer
Department of Corrections director resigning Justin Jones has run afoul of policymakers who want to put more state inmates in private prisons.
Death notices for June 17 Including Tulsa and northeastern Oklahoma.
UPDATED: Death penalty won't be sought in Strait slaying Tyrone Woodfork faces a first-degree murder charge and two first-degree rape counts in connection with ...
BILL BRAUN World staff writer
Ex-Oklahoma State QB transferring to Illinois Wes Lunt has found his new home.
KELLY HINES World Sports Writer
AMANDA BLAND and KENDRICK MARSHALL World Staff Writers
TU's Bill Blankenship shares faith in presentations The Bill Blankenship offseason has included:
BILL HAISTEN World Sports Writer
Homeless teens do whatever it takes to survive on the streets The pregnant, homeless 16-year-old sat in the dark on a curb in a north Tulsa park with a phone in hand ...
GINNIE GRAHAM World Staff Writer
Tulsa Sidewalk Stories video series focuses on the city's poor walkability Six months after her grandmother was struck and killed by a car on Cherry Street, Josie Carlson is working ...
SHANNON MUCHMORE World Staff Writer
State ranks 42nd in U.S. for college degrees Oklahoma ranks 42nd in the nation for the number of adults who have college degrees, up from 43rd place ...
KIM ARCHER World Staff Writer
Lawsuit against O-State's Gundy rescheduled for late July A pretrial hearing in the breach-of-contract lawsuit against Oklahoma State football coach Mike Gundy ...
Actors, soap operas honored at 2013 Daytime Emmy Awards Doug Davidson of "The Young and the Restless" and Heather Tom of "The Bold and the Beautiful" won lead ...
BETH HARRIS Associated Press
Death notices for June 16 Including Tulsa and northeastern Oklahoma.
BA couple married for 60 years die 24 hours apart The West Texas sky was so big
and grand, Lafayette Boone
couldn’t help but stare at it."
It was ...
TIM STANLEY World Staff Writer
Taylor, Bartlett advance to Tulsa general election By combining for more than 50 percent of the vote, Taylor and Bartlett avoided a multicandidate runoff ...
KEVIN CANFIELD & ZACK STOYCOFF World Staff Writers
License tag doesn't endorse religion There is a line between church and state that ought not be crossed. Drawing that line on a license plate, ...
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Fallin asks feds to support Insure Oklahoma program Gov. Mary Fallin has asked White House officials to reconsider a federal decision to pull out of the ...
WAYNE GREENE World Senior Writer
Letter to the Editor: Apology owed First District Rep. Jim Bridenstine, on the House floor, called President Barack Obama "a petty, bumbling ...
Mary Bailey, Tulsa
Christiansen: Endorsing Bartlett not a given after mudslinging before mayoral primary Former City Councilor Bill Christiansen says he is unsure whether he will follow through on a promise ...
ZACK STOYCOFF World Staff Writer
Sequester cuts slam Tulsa schools For Tulsa Public Schools, the funding hits just keep on coming.
Oklahoma's Hispanic, Asian populations showing growth Juvenal Saldivar came to Tulsa from California in 1997 as his family - which had been spread out in ...
CURTIS KILLMAN & JARREL WADE World Staff Writers
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Religious imagery of Oklahoma tag wasn't considered, senator says An Oklahoma minister is challenging the state license plate's depiction of an Apache warrior.
SEAN MURPHY The Associated Press
Supreme Court rejects Arizona voter-citizenship law The Supreme Court on Monday struck down an Arizona law requiring that people registering to vote in federal ...
MICHAEL DOYLE McClatchy News Service (MCT)
Owasso's city manager ordered videos showing vice mayor's traffic stop to be purged, memo shows Suspended Owasso City Manager Rodney Ray ordered the deletion of two police videos showing the field ...
Immigration Reform-o-rama Buy ...
Water emergency over, Broken Arrow gets back to business Restaurants and other businesses that were shut down about 24 hours by the city's water emergency began ...
Letter to the Editor: Expose scams I have an answer to the Republicans who are screaming scandal about the IRS taking a close look at the ...
Ken Broyles, Claremore
Oklahoma Sen. Tom Coburn defends NSA efforts National security programs that collect phone and Internet data are legal, and the country is significantly ...
CHRIS CASTEEL NewsOK.com
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