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Updated at 5:13 PM

Carter County Detention Center population Sunday: 272

Updated at 5:11 PM

Oklahoma State women’s tennis wrapped up at the Riviera ITA All-American Championships on Saturday. 

Updated at 5:10 PM

Attorney General Scott Pruitt on Friday said a federal appeals court granted a request by his office and 17 other states to block the implementation of the EPA’s "waters of the United States" rule nationwide.

Updated at 5:08 PM

Cook Perfect Hard-Boiled Eggs: Even if you’ve mastered perfectly hard-boiled eggs, try brushing the eggshells with lemon juice before adding them to the pot for a little added insurance. The lemon juice helps keep the shells from...

Updated at 5:07 PM

U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) has praised action taken by the U.S. House of Representatives Friday to approve legislation that would lift the current ban on U.S. crude oil exports. The legislation passed by a vote of 261 to 159.

Updated at 5:04 PM

State Rep. Richard Morrissette, in an interim study held before the state House Committee on Children, Youth and Family Services, presented budget impact data for each state agency he claims is affected by this state’s poor overall...

Updated at 5:01 PM

Lowell Catlett, an internationally renowned futurist known for his knowledge of technologies and upbeat presentations, will be the featured speaker at the Rural Economic Outlook Conference taking place Oct. 30 on Oklahoma State...

Updated at 4:56 PM

Today’s employees—even those who may be engaged—are exhausted. Depleted of passion, resilience, verve and excitement, they are devoid of the personal energy that compels them to consistently go above and beyond the call...

Updated at 4:56 PM

Q: Greg Iím looking to purchase a 1955 or 1956 Mercury, hopefully a Montclair two-tone hardtop model. What can you can tell me about current pricing and what to look for in the Mercury models as they were completely changed in 1955 from the 1953 to...

Updated at 4:52 PM

Columbus Day, observed across most of the United States on the second Monday of October, became a federal holiday in 1937, but many are unfamiliar with the true tale of Christopher Columbus.

Updated at 2:39 PM

When I was a student in a Catholic grammar school many years ago, Columbus Day was a big deal. The nuns made sure we knew that the famous explorer embraced our own religion, and there was no mention of the revisionist history that has cast him in a...

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