SAN FRANCISCO — Steven Adams has helped the Thunder to a couple of wins over Golden State this year. But he’s angling the credit elsewhere: to Oklahoma City assistants Darko Rajaković and Adrian Griffin.
NORMAN — Local business owners are beginning a recovery process that could take months after a severe thunderstorm dropped baseball-sized hail on Norman Wednesday, causing hundreds of millions of dollars in damage.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Abuse and neglect complaints filed with the state’s long-term care ombudsman’s office increased nearly 59% during the first 14 months of the pandemic — the period that the state halted federally-mandated inspections that are supposed to flag issues with staffing and quality of care.
NORMAN — The only member of the Oklahoma delegation to attend President Joe Biden’s Joint Session Address in person this week was also one of seven House Republicans to take part in Biden’s official escort into the House chamber.
NORMAN — A Cleveland County jury sentenced a man found guilty of murdering a Norman woman to the death penalty Friday evening after five hours of deliberation.
NORMAN — Mayor Breea Clark signed a proclamation Friday to increase business capacity to 100% for restaurants, bars and gyms effective May 1, a prepared statement from the city reads.
OKLAHOMA CITY — A bill attempting to ban the teaching of “critical race theory” in Oklahoma’s public schools cleared the Legislature Thursday.
The animal collective at Three Forks Nature Center in Sequoyah State Park gained two new family members recently, becoming a main hub for wildlife education in Cherokee County.
An overnight tornado that seemed to literally come out of nowhere put a scare into a whole lot of folks as it touched down not once but twice early Wednesday near Pauls Valley.
Gov. Kevin Stitt on Monday signed legislation aimed at making it easier to hire, retain and fire state employees by overhauling the state’s civil service reform system.
In the Disney movie "Anastasia," Bartok, the bat, tells his master and friend “Stress — it’s a killer, sir.” His friend was upset over his failed plan.
- Severe hailstorm causes widespread damage in Norman
- Jury sentences Texas man to death in murder of Norman woman
- Norman businesses begin recovery from hail storm
- Norman woman charged with assault using a weapon
- Norman Farm Market rolls out online option
- NFL Draft: Oklahoma's Creed Humphrey selected by Kansas City Chiefs
- Clark opens capacity to 100% for businesses
- Playoff soccer: Shorthanded, North girls survive Southmoore's challenge
- OU football: Trejan Bridges receives eviction notice from apartment complex for alleged connection to armed robbery
- Officials warn of unverified roofers following hailstorm