Man Faces Assault Charge After Allegedly Throwing Cupcake at Driver in Road Rage Incident
Trevor Pearson, 31, allegedly responded to a middle finger by winging a cupcake out his car window and smacking another driver right in the face.
Johnson & Johnson Ordered to Pay $572 Million Over Opioid Crisis in Oklahoma
Johnson & Johnson was the first drugmaker to head to trial over the opioid epidemic.
An Immersive Art Collective in Oklahoma
Oklahoma City's Factory Obscura helps artists create an interactive experience. Supported by Marriott Bonvoy.
Survivors of Japanese Internment Are Horrified Trump Is Using a Former Facility to Detain Migrant Kids
“We’ve already heard of psychological issues among children in these shelters,” said former U.S. Representative Norman Mineta.
Gaby Del Valle
We've Now Had 12 Straight Days of Tornadoes in the U.S.
At least 8 tornadoes have touched down every day for the last 12 days.
How “illegal” teacher strikes rescued the American labor movement
Organized labor in the U.S. is having a moment thanks to public school teachers.
the opioid crisis
OxyContin maker settles with Oklahoma for $270M over role in opioid crisis
It's the first settlement from more than 2,000 opioid-related lawsuits against pharmaceutical companies
Oklahoma sheriff resigns in protest over unsafe jail conditions — including a snake
She said the judge who ordered her to reopen the evacuated jail tried to bribe her.
This Guy Broke Out of Jail, Got Caught, Then Stole a Cop Car and Escaped Again
One minute, he was cuffed in the back of a squad car. The next, he was driving away in it.
Alabama Player Hilariously Walks Back Shit Talk About Oklahoma QB
Alabama defensive tackle Quinnen Williams stopped himself mid-sentence when he was about to drop a diss on Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray and pulled out of a nose-dive.
Liam Daniel Pierce
A Woman Went to Prison After Her Baby's Dad Was Accused of Child Abuse
"I gotta be strong for my babies," she said from jail.
These Democrats Scored Shocking Victories in Republican Strongholds
The blue wave washed away GOP incumbents in unexpected places from South Carolina to Oklahoma.
David J. Dent