One person was confirmed dead by Pottawatomie County Sheriff Mike Booth.
Local and state forecast: Another storm system poised to hit Oklahoma.
Union senior linebacker Coleby Evans looked in championship form when he intercepted a pass and made a big return late in spring practice Friday.
The Enbridge oil slick never reached Lake Michigan, but it slid as far down river as the delta of Morrow Lake, not too far from the city of Kalamazoo.
With the Memorial Day weekend approaching, many people have been taking advantage of nice weather.
Official: Second person killed by Oklahoma tornado It wasn't immediately clear if both victims lived at the mobile home park. Preliminary reports indicate ...
SEAN MURPHY Associated Press
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MESFIN FEKADU AP Music Writer
Live weather timeline A look at today's developments and storms from Sunday
Chesapeake names Anadarko executive as new CEO The appointment comes after a tough year during which Chesapeake's board ousted its founder and the company ...
Oklahoma governor to tour tornado damage The governor plans to visit Carney at 10 a.m. Monday before traveling to the Shawnee area.
Another storm system poised to hit Oklahoma Showers and thunderstorms are likely in the Tulsa area, with a moderate risk of severe weather.
Staff and Wire Reports
Bethany woman saved from attacker by family dog The family dog, Louie, bolted toward the man when the woman screamed.
Lanes reopening near Shawnee but delays expected Officials say drivers should expect delays on Interstate 40 in Shawnee as crews continue to clean up ...
AP Wire Service
Severe weather slams parts of state Much of northeast Oklahoma is in a moderate risk of severe weather again Monday; Fallin declares state ...
JERRY WOFFORD World Staff Writer
Jenks schools scrutinized by state education department over "field test" opt-outs The Oklahoma State Department of Education is investigating Jenks Public Schools apparently to see if ...
KIM ARCHER World Staff Writer
At least one dead as tornadoes rip through Oklahoma One person was confirmed dead by Pottawatomie County Sheriff Mike Booth.
RANDY ELLIS NewsOK.com
Shock rookie Skylar Diggins talks about life on, off the court Welcome to Tulsa, Skylar.
BRAVETTA HASSELL World Scene Writer
Open carry in Oklahoma is nonissue When Oklahoma joined 43 other states in allowing residents to openly carry handguns last year, local ...
AMANDA BLAND World Staff Writer
Death notices for May 20 Including Tulsa and northeastern Oklahoma.
Lawmakers benefit from private prison donations Private prison interests have given nearly $200,000 in campaign dollars and gifts to 79 of the 149 members ...
CURTIS KILLMAN & BARBARA HOBEROCK World Capitol Bureau
Death notices for May 19 Including Tulsa and northeastern Oklahoma.
Tulsa student overcomes obstacles to graduate high school Graduation is something to be celebrated, but this soon-to-be Hale High School grad is too concerned ...
ANDREA EGER World Staff Writer
Mayfest shuts down early because of weather forecast The nearby Blue Dome Arts Festival also shut down at 4 p.m. today.
T. Boone Pickens at 85: Energy mogul talks about his life, legacy and why he can't retire Days away from his 85th birthday, T. Boone Pickens isn't satisfied with the estimated $1.2 billion fortune ...
ZIVA BRANSTETTER World Enterprise Editor
Death notices for May 18 Including Tulsa and northeastern Oklahoma.
Police urge added caution after spate of violent robberies Police are asking people to be more aware and careful of their surroundings after several recent armed ...
Retiring rabbi, reverend share concern for future of interfaith community Two pillars of the Tulsa interfaith community will retire in two weeks after a combined 70 years of ministry ...
BILL SHERMAN World Religion Writer
Oklahoma's natural wonders need attention Now that vacation season is upon us, the hunt is on for fun and affordable destinations. How's this for ...
JANET PEARSON Associate Editor
Patriot Cup founder Dan Rooney appeals to celebrities' sense of duty to give event star power The cast of characters at the fourth annual Patriot Cup should be major league.
JIMMIE TRAMEL World Sports Writer
Parents cross line from spanking into abuse According to Oklahoma state law, parents are not prohibited from "using ordinary force as a means of ...
KENDRICK MARSHALL World Staff Writer
Monday Organizer: Tips to keep your house cooler this summer With the Memorial Day weekend approaching, many people have been taking advantage of nice weather.
NOUR HABIB World Scene Writer
Oklahoma grocery store wine proposal being renewed The plan, promoted by the advocacy group Oklahomans for Modern Laws, will be resubmitted to voters this ...
TIM TALLEY Associated Press
Tulsa city councilors asked to move forward on use of Tate Brady's name in Tulsa Arts District "I come not to praise Tate Brady but to help bury him," Workman said. "Action needs to be taken. I think ...
KEVIN CANFIELD World Staff Writer
Sen. Jim Inhofe goes 'unvarnished' for speech in Tulsa The potential Republican U.S. Senate candidates waiting in a long line for incumbent Sen. Jim Inhofe ...
RANDY KREHBIEL World Staff Writer
Amber Hilberling discusses husband's fatal fall Amber Hilberling told a national television audience on Friday that she still can't understand what happened ...
DAVID HARPER World Staff Writer
BRUCE PLANTE World Editorial Cartoonist
Oklahoma governor signs tax-cut, driver's license fee-hike bills Both a tax-cut measure and a bill to increase what Oklahomans pay to obtain and renew their driver's ...
BARBARA HOBEROCK World Capitol Bureau
Tulsa gas price soars 33 cents in two days to $3.82; low inventories, refinery shutdowns blamed A mid-continent squeeze is suddenly spiking Tulsa gasoline prices to levels hardly seen in nearly five ...
LAURIE WINSLOW World Staff Writer & ROD WALTON World Business Editor
Former Mayor Kathy Taylor sending out partially completed absentee ballot applications Former Mayor Kathy Taylor has sent out more than 10,000 partially completed applications for absentee ...
Benghazi: Looking for truth or playing politics? The only cure for the Benghazi fever that has infected Washington likely will be the midterm elections ...
World's Editorials Writers
Minnesota Senate OKs gay marriage; governor to sign bill Minnesota is set to become the 12th U.S. state where gay couples can get married after a final legislative ...
PATRICK CONDON & BRIAN BAKST Associated Press
Teen arrested after knife found in his car at Jenks High School He was later released after posting bond on $10,000 bail.
Tom Cole wants select committee to investigate Benghazi attack U.S. Rep. Tom Cole of Oklahoma on Monday became one of the latest Republican voices clamoring for further ...
Justice Department investigating IRS The Justice Department is investigating the Internal Revenue Service for targeting tea party groups for ...
STEPHEN OHLEMACHER & HENRY C. JACKSON Associated Press
Penalizing the IRS BRUCE PLANTE CARTOON
Tulsa killings continue at record pace; latest slaying is year's 30th A man told police that a woman he met at a strip club Thursday attacked him later in the morning, leading ...
Boy Scouts' leaders to vote on lifting gay-youth ban With its ranks deeply divided, the Boy Scouts of America is asking its local leaders from across the ...
DAVID CRARY Associated Press
Tulsa library system budget takes hit from property tax cut The Tulsa City-County Library has cut more than $800,000 from its proposed operating budget for fiscal ...
SARA PLUMMER World Staff Writer
U.S. House votes again to repeal 'Obamacare'; Coburn pushes bill against expanding Medicare The U.S. House of Representatives voted Thursday to repeal the Affordable Care Act - Obamacare - ...
WAYNE GREENE World Senior Writer
Letter to the Editor: Euphemism "Sunday Morning Quarterback" in the World's Capitol Report May 12 contains this brief:
Anthony J. Lauinger, Tulsa
Government seizes AP phone records The Justice Department secretly obtained two months of telephone records of reporters and editors for ...
MARK SHERMAN Associated Press
Letter to the Editor: Where's the outrage? I just read the article in the Tulsa World announcing that Gov. Mary Fallin has signed into law a bill ...
Tedd Adams, Tulsa
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