Oklahoma turkey hunters getting ready for Thanksgiving

STILLWATER – With Thanksgiving knocking on our doors and the thoughts of deep-fried turkeys on our minds, Oklahomans are gearing up for the holidays. A simple trip to the local grocery store for a frozen bird would do the trick, but some folks prefer the old fashioned way of looking for the perfect turkey – down the barrel of a shotgun.

Deer archery season is underway

STILLWATER – Oklahoma hunters have been checking their trail cameras, climbing into their blinds and slinging arrows at deer since archery season began Oct. 1. While avid hunters are eager to get out in the wild, there are several safety issues they should consider as hunting season ramps up, said Dwayne Elmore, Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension wildlife specialist.

GOP leaders select Brumbaugh

As Republicans strengthened their control of the Oklahoma House because of the Nov. 4 election, a key member was added to the GOP leadership team.

Hofmeister and her liberal pals

Joy Hofmeister said in her campaign that she was "conservative" and she is proving that to be false even before she actually takes office.

Supreme Court forced to decide

A federal appeals court panel is moving toward forcing the U.S. Supreme Court to rule on the constitutionality of forcing states to legalize homosexual marriage.

Ebola and the President

In early November, the number of people voluntarily quarantined for Ebola in New York City was over 300.  With no formal travel restrictions from Guinea, Liberia or Sierra Leone (where Ebola is primarily located), the quarantine numbers in the United States is expected to rise.

'Gate praying' gives you perspective

I don't really know how to describe the ways God moves in my life. Many times it happens through the Scriptures, sometimes through other people and at other times through circumstances and situations. There are also times I get impressions—at least, that's the best way I can describe it. 

The most expensive science hoax in history

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Chairman Rajendra Pachauri was right to advocate an "agreement to finally reverse course on climate change" when he spoke to delegates tasked with approving the IPCC Synthesis Report, released on November 2.