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Many Native American tribes ended up with the ponies, renowned for their endurance and gentle dispositions.
MSNBC's Luke Russert discussed the state's political history and transformation in a segment on The Daily Rundown Monday.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded over $11 million to the Oklahoma Water Resources Board .
TULSA, Okla._ Temperatures are expected to be back on the rise this week, and one Oklahoma lawmaker is urging parents to be on alert about leaving children in hot cars.
A family who says they were excommunicated from Warren Jeffs' polygamous sect has moved to a small city located in the Oklahoma Panhandle, raising concerns among some residents.
Jamie Oldaker toured the world drumming for the likes of Eric Clapton, among others, but he never lost touch with Oklahoma, where he honed the skills that enabled him to spend his life making music.
Two bills that passed the Legislature this past spring have sparked an increase in the number of applicants to join the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, officials said.
Taylor Howell, an 18-year-old who moved to Oklahoma from California, has been blind since the age of 2, when cancer took his vision.
Renovations are well underway at the Rock Island Plow Building at Reno and Oklahoma Avenues in Bricktown.
Governor Mary Fallin has responded to the ruling from the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
A summer camp in the Maine woods is hosting counselors and campers from throughout the Middle East who say fighting back home is making for a summer of tearful calls from their families and unlikely friendships.
A federal appeals court ruled Friday that Oklahoma must allow gay couples to wed, marking the second time it has found the U.S. Constitution protects same-sex marriage.
The head of an organization that supports same-sex marriage rights is praising a federal appeals court's decision that struck down Oklahoma's ban on gay marriage.
Jeanna Wilson, an Elementary Education major, wears a cap that says, "Hire Me!" before a University of Central Oklahoma graduation ceremony in Edmond, Friday, May 4. Photo by Garett Fisbeck, For The Oklahoman Though CNBC recently found Oklahoma to be one of the country's very worst states to live in , it seems that the Sooner state has at least one ... (more)
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 03:04 am
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