Elderly Woman Saved from Eviction by Her Caring Community
Just a few short weeks ago, 78-year-old Mary Cate Jones learned she was going to be evicted from her home in Strawberry Plains, Tennessee—the home she and her late husband built in 1956. She has spent the time since she learned of her pending eviction packing up her precious memories.
Heat Wave in South Beach as Miami Wins 2012 NBA Championship
We’ve all heard that heat always rises, and the NBA Finals were no exception. But the Thunder organization and fans did their fair share of rising as well. Despite a 4-1 series loss in the 2012 NBA Finals, the Thunder players, coaches, and fans can rest easy knowing they handled the defeat with dignity. The season may be over, but the love, respect, and pride fans have for the Thunder won’t
Heat Hold on for Another Win in Game 4
Although the Thunder got off to an incredible start in game 4, they couldn’t hold on for the win. Miami took game 4 with a final score of 104-98.
SkyDance Bridge Named One of Top 50 Public Art Projects in the Nation
Standing 192 feet above the highway and 380 feet long, Oklahoma City’s new SkyDance Bridge is no small matter. Neither is the fact that the spectacular structure was named one of the 50 best public art projects by the 2012 Public Art Network Year in Review by Americans for the Arts. Check out the striking pictures!
Man Claims He Was Denied a Job Because He’s Not Christian Enough
Voss Lighting Company, of Lincoln, Nebraska, is not shy about its religious beliefs. Its biblical mission is to “‘sell’ our lighting products so that we may ‘tell’ everyone about God’s soul-saving, life transforming Gospel message.” But did the company cross a line when refused to hire a man who was not able to go to church on Sunday?
Thunder vs Heat Game 3 Tonight
Last Thursday, the resilient Miami Heat tied the NBA Finals series, 1-1. Now the series has traveled to South Beach, where the Thunder hope to steal a victory in the first of three road games.
Bricktown Blues and BBQ Festival This Weekend in Oklahoma City
The 17th annual Bricktown Blues and BBQ Festival is being held in downtown Oklahoma City this weekend—Friday, June 15 and Saturday, June 16. The festival features some of the area’s best blues musicians performing live throughout the event. And you can’t forget the delicious smoked barbecue.
Second Miss USA Contestant Comes Forward Saying The Pageant is Rigged
Just days after Miss Pennsylvania Sheena Monnin claimed the Miss USA contest is rigged, another contestant has come forward to back her up. There’s just one problem.
Big Win for the Thunder in Game 1 of the NBA Finals
Despite a rocky start, the Thunder came up with a big win Tuesday night, taking game 1 in a 105-94 victory over the Heat.
Best Lakes in Oklahoma For a Family Outing [PHOTOS]
Our great state of Oklahoma offers some of the best lakes for the perfect family outing and so much more. Fishing, biking, camping you name it Oklahoma lakes have it. Pack your car and drive off with your family to one of these perfect lake destinations!
Two Soldiers Stationed at Fort Sill Killed in Afghanistan
This Memorial Day Weekend keep two of Lawton’s finest soldiers in your prayers as they lost their lives in Tarin Kowt, Afghanistan in a line of duty!
Oklahoma Marks the 17th Anniversary of the Oklahoma City Bombing [VIDEO]
Today marks the 17th Anniversary of the Oklahoma City Bombing. One of the most devastating and destructive terrorist acts on American soil! The capitol is hosting memorial events throughout the day in remembrance of those who lost their lives that day!