- Progress 2014
- Local news
Police: ‘No physical evidence that the vehicle was manually shifted from the park position'
Shirley Carson said the vehicle was not properly engaged in park. She said she thinks the vehicle was started in between the park and reverse gears.Continued ...
- Wash, primp and prod: NW District Jr. Livestock Show ends with premium sale
- Arkansas man dies in fiery train-crossing crash
- Enid Public Schools board meeting quick and routine
- Republican women, men to meet Friday
- Police: ‘No physical evidence that the vehicle was manually shifted from the park position'
- State, national, world
Fallin: Let scientists study quakes before drilling decisions are made
The state has put together a team — comprised of the Oklahoma Geological Society and energy-related businesses — which is determining if there is a relationship between fracking and earthquakes, the governor said.Continued ...
- Colorado collects $2 million in recreational pot taxes
- Forecasters warn of extreme fire risk in Oklahoma
- Hunt for missing jet widens to distant waters
- Attitudes and laws against pit bulls soften
- Fallin: Let scientists study quakes before drilling decisions are made
EHS falls in baseball season-opener, 4-1
Enid got the start it wanted in its 2014 opener Monday at David Allen Memorial Ballpark. The rest wasn’t quite according to plan.Continued ...
- Jets suffer double-dip loss to N. Iowa
- Gundy eschews ‘watered down’ spring game
- Thunder season on the cusp of disappointment
- Lady Jets draw Gila Monsters in NJCAA tourney
- EHS falls in baseball season-opener, 4-1
Five state agency directors expressed astonishment after learning of Gov. Mary Fallin’s plan to consolidate them into the Oklahoma Department of Tourism and Recreation.Continued ...
- The tongue holds a lot of power
- And there’s always a place for the angry young man
- Strange bedfellows
How virus sleuths and public health officials track the cause of a mysterious illness
When a mysterious disease fells people - as happened in California recently, with as many as 20 children experiencing unexplained paralysis - teams of physicians and epidemiologists quickly mobilize. Perhaps you saw the movie "Contagion"? The idea is to find the culprit before it spreads but also to prevent public panic.
March 11, 2014
- First Apple, now Google hit with kids' app lawsuit
- VIDEO: First month of Colorado pot legalization brought in $2M in tax revenue
- How virus sleuths and public health officials track the cause of a mysterious illness