"Killers of the Flower Moon" is already a New York Times best seller, and now Oscar winning director Martin Scorsese is preparing to bring it to the big screen. We traveled to Pawhuska, a town at the center of this true story that will be transformed to tell it to the world.
The majority of today's adult deer hunters were introduced to the sport as a child. Makenzie Burk went hunting with a father and his two boys, but this time she was behind the camera instead of the rifle. It's her latest outdoor adventure.
Oklahoma has rich tradition of quail hunting, even though quail numbers are down across most of the state. A locally owned and operated quail farm right here in Southwest Oklahoma is doing its part to keep the sport alive.
Feral hogs are a real problem that cause millions of dollars in damage to farmers and landowners across the state. For Makenzie's latest Outdoor Adventure, she went hog hunting with thermal imaging scopes.
Crime Stoppers of Southwest Oklahoma is in Tempe, Arizona this week for the National Crime Stoppers USA Training Conference. We spoke with the creator of the tip software about just how secure the 355-INFO app is.
There are many ways to catch a fish...whether it's with a pole or with your hands.But one of the more unique ways is to use a bow and arrow. It's called bowfishing, and it's the latest edition of Makenzie's Outdoor Adventures.
Oklahoma is home to many species of fish. But one lake seems to rise above the rest when it comes to the striped bass. 7 News Anchor Makenzie Burk traveled to Lake Texoma for her latest outdoor adventure, to learn all about striper fishing.
From hunting, to fishing, to wildlife conservation--Oklahoma has plenty to offer every outdoorsman. And 7 News Anchor Makenzie Burk is taking full advantage. Each month, we'll get to watch her outdoor adventures. Up first, is turkey hunting.
The Fifteenth Amendment to the Constitution declares “The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude.”
The journey toward civil rights for all Americans winds its way through rural courthouses and bus stations, southern schools and jail cells, and churches that organized a courageous movement that ended segregation.