Thursday, Dynamite White put up a Black Lives Matter sign to replace his business’s ad, but by Friday, it was stolen. While the former military cop filed a report with the Lawton Police Department, he said he wishes they could have done more.
Families around Oklahoma celebrated the last day of lake season with hot dogs, cornhole, and family. But some folks worried about the pandemic while celebrating the sun. ”If everybody would just do what doctors are saying everything, we’d all be healthy and stuff,” said lake visitor Buster Stutts.
Bonnie the Bobcat has been neighbors with the other animals at Medicine Park Aquarium and Natural Sciences Center for the past year. The Bobcat moved in next to her buddy, Moriah the Coyote, who came to the park after transferring out of the Fort Sill Department of Natural Resources.
Rather than choosing traditional brick and mortar schools, more and more Oklahomans are considering going to school online. Epic Charter Schools had a 28 percent increased enrollment compared to last year before the pandemic struck. But interest in online schools has been around for years.
The court's 5-4 decision, written by Justice Neil Gorsuch, means that Oklahoma prosecutors lack the authority to pursue criminal cases against American Indian defendants in parts of Oklahoma that include most of Tulsa.
Two police officers in Tulsa, Oklahoma, were shot and critically wounded on the city’s east side Monday morning and police arrested the suspected gunman following a more than seven-hour search, authorities said.
Members of the Oklahoma Army and Air National Guard are supporting the Oklahoma State Department of Health in fulfilling Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt’s continued efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19 throughout the State.
The bill would have increased a fee that hospitals pay from 2.5% to 4% and was expected to generate about $134 million annually to help fund the state’s portion of Stitt’s proposed Medicaid expansion, dubbed Soonercare 2.0.