In the year since tornadoes ripped through Moore, there’s been no shortage of media coverage of teachers and students at […]
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation is raising concerns about a bill heading to the full Senate to take money away from road and bridge projects.
More than 25,000 Oklahomans made their way to the Capitol on Monday to show support for Education.
This weekend, an event in Oklahoma City benefits a rescue group dedicated to re-homing retired racing greyhounds. Hounds of the […]
During Spring Break, most college kids escape school and work for a simpler life at the beach. But sometimes, groups […]
The Journal Record’s Marie Price focuses on an issue which always keeps coming up, but not always by its given […]
From Journal Record: Could seven children have survived the May 20th tornado in Moore?
When the school shelter advocacy group Take Shelter Oklahoma formed several months ago, its goal was simple: to obtain enough […]
Angela Barba was the first in her immediate family to graduate high school. And when the time came for her […]
The University of Maryland said one of its databases was the “victim of a sophisticated computer security attack” that exposed […]