The Oklahoma Supreme Court affirmed a new law that repeals federal Common Core standards for public schools.
Two federal appeals judges have decided that the view of marriage of a majority of Oklahomans is unconstitutional.
The City of Tulsa's July sales tax check, which covers the period from mid-May 2014 to mid-June 2014, as reported by the Oklahoma Tax Commission, totaled $19,964,100, which is up 4 percent from the same period a year ago and 3.9 percent above budget estimates.
Election officials report a net increase of 15,553 more registered voters since January, with nearly two million Oklahomans registered voters by the end of June.
The Nation Israel has a right to defend itself.
The liberal media is not doing its job in covering the Obama presidency.
Political correctness means more than good health to those devoted to the Homosexual Agenda.
I am appalled at the inept way the president is handling the border crisis, this influx of 57 thousand unaccompanied children from October 1 to June 15 of this year.
The current invasion of the southern borders of the United States by "children" begs the question - who is arresting their parents?
I was a reporter in 1980 and decided to take a vacation to Los Angeles to visit my late Uncle A.W. and Aunt Mary and to watch the Oklahoma – Southern California football game.
Vacations are a great time to get your mind off of the day-to-day routines that get priority from minute to minute and sometimes makes you lose touch with what is going on outside your immediate sphere of attention.
On June 30, the Tulsa World ran a column by Nate Robson of Oklahoma Watch entitled, "Are Schools in Oklahoma Top-Heavy in Funding?"
If it seems that every time members of Congress appear to be about to make a major discovery that would shine the light of truth on the perpetrators of some existing major incident, another "emergency" shows up on the horizon.
Twice in my life, I have been held at gunpoint. I pray you will never have to experience the feeling of holding your hands high in the air while looking down a gun barrel. I don't recommend it.
LIMA, PERU – This week and next, this column doubles as a sports and travel column, as I'm just completing a mission trip to Peru, and then will spend some time in Florida, before heading back to Tulsa.
Oklahoma continued its tradition of playing the toughest teams in college football by striking a two-game deal with perennial power Michigan.
Kickoff times and television assignments are set for Oklahoma State's first four games of the 2014 season.
Oklahoma State running back Desmond Roland and quarterback J.W. Walsh have been named to the 2014 College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) Watch Lists for the running back and quarterback awards, respectively.
University of Tulsa placekicker Carl Salazar has been named to the 30-player Watch List for the 2014 Lou Groza Collegiate Place-Kicker Award, as announced by the Palm Beach County Sports Commission.
BRANSON, Mo. – People like to look up to Janice Martin.
BRANSON, Mo. – There’s always something new in Branson but one thing is not new – a deep sense of patriotism and love for America.
BRANSON, Mo. – Two aspects of the production of Jonah by Sight & Sound Theater here are particularly striking.