- New and Developing
Police search for two males linked to Monday bank robbery
Two Norman banks were robbed Monday afternoon with witnesses giving similar descriptions of the suspects at both locations, according to the Norman Police Department.Continued ...
- Lexington-Purcell bridge won't open until mid-June
- Police search for two males linked to Monday bank robbery
J.D. McCarty Center dance group helps kids express themselves
They giggle, they glide, they spin and they shine....Continued ...
- Students have a ball at competition
- ’89er Day Parade marshal chosen
- Vietnam may have found plane’s door
- NPS to host job fair
- NRHS offers free at-home colorectal cancer screening
- J.D. McCarty Center dance group helps kids express themselves
Sooners really clicking going into Big 12 Tournament
The final minutes of Oklahoma’s 97-67 victory over TCU on Saturday offered a strange occurrence: Starters sitting on the bench sporting wide grins while holding towels they would not need to give up....Continued ...
- For NHS and North, all eyes focused on the mound
- Sooners miss chance to sweep Rutgers on the diamond
- Meeks powers Lakers past Durant, Thunder 114-110
- Texas falls to West Virginia at women’s Big 12 Tournament
- Reed on a roll, replaces Woods as the youngest winner of a World Golf Championship
- No. 9 Baylor beats No. 18 Oklahoma State in Big 12 semifinal
- Sooners really clicking going into Big 12 Tournament
Religion shouldn’t run policy
Editor, The Transcript: Religion has always been an excuse for bigotry, despite Christine Flowers’ bold and inaccurate claims that religion was not to blame for prohibitions against interracial marriage in her opinion piece in Monday’s ...Continued ...
- A greater quality of life for all of our neighbors in Norman
- Unrelated person ordinance needs to be enforced, not abolished
- Let’s start talking
- What really happend at the Norman City Council meeting
- Religion shouldn’t run policy
Jane Bowen in third year as MNTC’s first female superintendent
The people Jane Bowen works with each day are what she enjoys most about her job. In January, Bowen started her third year as superintendent of the Moore Norman Technology Center....Continued ...
- A weighted issue at the gym
- ESA members meet in Norman
- Class of 1964 prepares for reunion
- Norman students named to Dean’s Honor Roll
- Jane Bowen in third year as MNTC’s first female superintendent
- Must Read
In this tech age, how can a plane go missing?
Call 911 from the side of the road, and GPS satellites can tell dispatchers exactly where to send help. Airline passengers have access to detailed maps that show exactly where they are during their journey. Hop onto WiFi, and somehow Google knows whether you're logging on from Lima or London, and will give you detailed suggestions about what to eat.Continued ...
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- Researchers tackle mystery of how some snakes can fly
- Holder: Heroin deaths an 'urgent and growing public health crisis'
- In this tech age, how can a plane go missing?