Oklahoma will receive more than $1 million over the next three years to help prevent prescription drug overdoses and address patient and prescribing behaviors that drive it, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Thursday.
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NORMAN, Okla. — A man shot by Norman police on Saturday was charged Wednesday with illegal possession of a firearm and eluding police.
A former assistant attorney general who was fired for allegedly giving “incorrect” advice to the state Workers’ Compensation Commission about the Oklahoma Open Meeting Act has filed a $175,000 wrongful termination claim against the state.
EDMOND, Okla. — Jackie Wilson created her first wooden rocking horse when she was pregnant with her daughter 34 years ago after seeing an example in a magazine.
A new state law affecting rooftop solar and small wind turbine users will be studied in September at a meeting organized by Oklahoma Corporation Commissioner Dana Murphy.
Two people died in separate crashes on Oklahoma highways Tuesday night and Wednesday, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported.
Gov. Mary Fallin is supporting legalization of a nonintoxicating component of marijuana on a limited, trial basis for use in treating young people with rare conditions that cause seizures and strokes.
CARTWRIGHT, Okla. — The Cartwright Community Association is holding will hold a petition signing for the incorporation of Cartwright at the corner of Willfa Woods Road and Boat Club Road from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday.
MORRIS, Okla. — Up to eight Morris Public Schools students suffered minor injuries Monday morning after a woman following too closely struck the back of their school bus, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports.
Controversy exploded in a big way when one Garvin County political party used the letters KKK in a flyer to promote an upcoming fundraiser.