Last week was Suicide Prevention Week; the JED Foundation is reaching out to colleges to lend their support.
Megan Lowry shares her experiences working for President George W. Bush’s private security detail.
Despite judicial reforms, Oklahoma has topped its already high criminal population.
Oklahoma attempts to embrace green energy with a record-setting wind-farm.
Herb Boyd, author of “Black Detroit” and professor of black studies at the City College of New York, spoke on the roles of the African Blood Brotherhood and other instrumental individuals in the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre.
If the jury reaches a unanimous opinion of guilty, Gregory Epperson will be killed via lethal injection.
Tulsa firefighters engaged in an unorthodox but wholly reverent commemoration of 9/11 victims.
Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter warns citizens of charity fraud and other scams in the wake of hurricanes Harvey and Irma. Hunter said the work of charitable organizations is key to the recovery process after a disaster. However, some see it as an opportunity to run scam operations asking for money the victims never see. […]
LIBR means to examine the effects of a mental toughness program that seeks to lessen the anxieties associated with education.
Registered nurse, single mom, rape survivor and activist Brenda Tracy shared her story to encourage students to intervene when they see potential cases of sexual assault. Trigger Warning: the following article contains graphic depictions of sexual content.