An organization committed to reducing poverty unemployment and homelessness in Oklahoma City is celebrating its 25th year in existence.
A controversial case draws a civil rights leader.
Recent reports of death and abuse at Oklahoma veterans’ centers prompts lawmakers to hold an interim study to discuss changes.
Jerri Parker and her son Calvan roll in to the Shawnee Farmer’s Market with goods from every corner of Oklahoma, all on a 1990 bus.
Oklahoma teachers have just two years to learn a new way of educating students in English language arts, literacy and math.
The State Health Department says three people have now died from West Nile virus and 61 cases of the disease with 39 labeled as neuro-invasive.
The health care law could add strain to the system, but doctors say there’s still a chance to get things under control.
A week after wildfires tore through parts of Oklahoma, people are still trying to pick up the pieces to move on with their lives.
Oklahoma City schools students are already in their first full week of classes under a new calendar which calls for shorter summer breaks, but longer time off in fall, winter and spring.
Automobile manufacturers met in Oklahoma City on Wednesday to look at a Multi-State Natural gas Vehicle Initiative to create more CNG cars for state fleets.