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The NCAA agreed on Tuesday to help athletes with head injuries in a proposed settlement of a class-action lawsuit that college sports’ governing body touted as a major step forward but that critics say doesn’t go nearly far enough.
A recent audit of Oklahoma’s prison system recommends more financial oversight from the governing board and a closer look at the increasing cost of health care.
Oklahoma is close to finalizing its non-conference road game for the 2016 season.
A plan to adjust tax rates on oil and natural gas production in Oklahoma is unconstitutional because lawmakers didn’t comply with state guidelines for revenue bills when they approved it, an attorney told an Oklahoma Supreme Court referee on Tuesday.
University of Oklahoma officials confirmed Tuesday that recent car accident victim Taylor Witcher was an OU student in the Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication.
On Tuesday afternoon, Andy Hull of Insignia Signs was busy putting the new sign in front of Plaza Towers Elementary in Moore.
Norman Police Capt. Todd Gibson said Tuesday they have eliminated the theory of homicide after a Norman woman was found dead in her home Monday afternoon.
The 911 call from Pickleman’s Gourmet Cafe early Friday brought forth more details from the incident that has Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon under investigation for an alleged assault. “Some girl just got clocked in the face. I’d like to report an assault, I guess,” an employee told the 911 operator. “I don’t know what the protocol for this is exactly.”
The 911 call has been released in the incident where Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon allegedly struck Amelia Rae Molitor causing multiple facial fractures.
Medical marijuana may be the state’s newest gateway drug — to voting. Oklahomans for Health is spearheading a ballot drive to legalize the use of marijuana for medical purposes. The group has collected about 100,000 of the 156,000 signatures of registered voters it needs to get the issue on the ballot, according to its chairman, Chip Paul. In the process, Paul said, the group has registered 24,000 new voters.