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  • Ash and Dash
    Oklahoma church offering Ash and Dash drive through service for Ash Wednesday
    For many Catholics and Episcopalians today, attending an Ash Wednesday service before or after work just isn't an option. Well one church in Oklahoma seems to have the right solution according to KFOR News as they reported earlier today (Feb....
  • 15th Amendment
    Oklahoma Republicans ban Advanced Placement History
    A bill to revise American history is being pushed through the Oklahoma state legislature with overwhelming support by nationalist fundamentalists. Eleven Republicans voted against 4 Democrats to approve this measure in committee. The billHB1380,...
  • New Kids on the Block
    Huge concert tours coming to various Oklahoma venues
    Music fans in Oklahoma have some pretty amazing tours making their way through the Sooner state in 2015. Everything from rock to pop to country will give everyone something to look forward to. Some of the biggest names in the industry will be...
  • Oklahoma Legislature, Senator Nathan Dahm
    Oklahoma following Arizona's lead, drafts legislation for American Civics Act
    Oklahoma could follow Arizona as the second state passing a law requiring high school students to pass the U.S. citizenship test in order to graduate. Oklahoma State Senator Nathan Dahm is the author of SB 407, the American Civics Act, to be read...
  • Taekwondo Championship
    Oklahoma prepares for Dragon Kim's Taekwondo Championship
    The state of Oklahoma is gearing up for the upcoming 33rd Annual Invitational Taekwondo Championships to take place on February 28, 2015.Founded by 9th Dan Grand Master Jin Young Kim, one of the highest ranking black belts in the world, the event...
  • freeze
    Hoodie ban does not address the real issue
    An Oklahoma lawmaker is looking to make hoodies and other clothes that can be used to conceal identity illegal; according to a January 5 article in Fox News. Republican Don Barrington, said in an interview that “Oklahoma businesses want...
  • Is Oklahoma hoodie ban fair?
    Oklahoma hoodie ban? Not exactly, at least not yet
    The so-called Oklahoma hoodie ban is trending on Jan. 5 but this sort of punishable act is not new and has been taken out of context. According to Vocativ via Syracuse.com on Monday, the state law mentioning the illegal wearing of garments with...
  • States with pending legislation to stop implementing Common Core
    Grassroots 2015: Arizona should model their Common Core fight after Oklahoma's
    The voice of the American people is loud and united against the federal takeover of education. According to national polls, Common Core has grown increasingly unpopular. The grassroots surge helped four states eliminate the Common Core and almost...
  • OU vs. Clemson live stream for Russell Athletic Bowl
    Russell Athletic Bowl 2014: Oklahoma vs Clemson live stream & TV game start time
    On Monday, the Russell Athletic Bowl 2014 live stream and televised game brings Oklahoma vs. Clemson in a battle between teams from the Big 12 and SEC. It will be a matchup featuring a top notch defense against a high-powered offense on the...
  • Lethal injections are administered while the prisoners lay on a gurney and are subjected to a mixture of deadly chemicals.
    Oklahoma's lethal injection protocol is approved by a judge
    An Oklahoma judge has approved the state of Oklahoma's lethal injection protocol, including the controversial drug midalozam, which is thought to be painful for prisoners, according to ABC News on Monday. The decision, which was rendered from...
  • Smoking a joint
    Nebraska and Oklahoma suing Colorado over marijuana
    Two states filed suit against Colorado Thursday over the legalization of marijuana. Nebraska and Oklahoma are upset over the Centennial State’s common sense approach to the drug, and rather than being proactive have decided to shift blame...
  • Mason Rudolph
    Oklahoma State at Oklahoma football game not on Tulsa TV
    The Oklahoma State (OSU) at Oklahoma (OU) bedlam football game scheduled for Sat. Dec. 6, 2014 at 2:30 p.m. CST will not be broadcast over the air in Tulsa. It is available on Fox Sports One (Cox 67/728, DirecTV 219, Dish 150, U-verse 652). Fox...
  • Christa Engles shot by toddler
    Christa Engles shot by toddler: Okla. mom shot dead as she changed baby's diaper
    Christa Engles, a young Oklahoma mother of two, was shot in the head by her 3-year-old toddler son while she was changing the diaper of his infant sister. The boy reportedly found a loaded semiautomatic handgun under the family’s couch and...
  • Getting Well
    'Kissing disease' closes entire school district
    The highly contagious “kissing disease” has closed an entire school district. Woodland Public Schools will not reopen until December because of an outbreak of mononucleosis According to a Thursday, Nov. 20 report by Yahoo! News,...
  • Absentee ballot
    Time is running out to get an absentee ballot
    Time is running out to get an absentee ballot and return it. If voting is important to you as a citizen of this state and nation and you can’t get to the polls on election day, then today is the day to request your absentee ballot.Leah Jones...