The University of Oklahoma is finalizing policies to be in place for the upcoming football season, including “significant protocols for spectators.” (Billy Hefton / Enid News & Eagle File Photo)
OKLAHOMA CITY — Don’t expect packed university stadiums this fall when Oklahoma’s football teams take to the field.
Natalie Marshall says the University of Central Oklahoma owes her a refund for services not provided last semester after the campus closed in the wake of COVID-19.
Editor’s note: This story is part of an ongoing series by The Frontier to examine and investigate maternal health in Oklahoma.
TULSA (AP) — Federal prosecutors from as far away as New York and Florida are helping the U.S. attorney in Tulsa deal with what he described Tuesday as a “tidal wave” of new cases resulting from a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision.
TULSA (AP) — A “Black Lives Matter” street sign in Tulsa that has been the cause of ongoing tension has been vandalized amid national calls for racial justice.
A proposed charter change pushed forward by the Norman City Council during the June 16 meeting is on hold while other matters advanced during the Tuesday night meeting.
Oklahoma Journalism Hall of Fame’s 50th anniversary gala has been postponed to May 14, 2021, due to continuing concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — The family of a Florida man who disappeared in 1997 and who appeared on the hit TV series “Tiger King,” has hired a lawyer and is offering $100,000 in exchange for information to help solve the case.
Locals and out-of-town guests at the Cherokee National History Museum can again learn about the work of a trailblazer in Native art, since the Cherokee Nation Cultural Tourism reopened its sites last week.
When you’re a band kid, the end of summer means a return to the field and working on the band block. That hasn’t changed. But the Stillwater High School Pioneer marching band has had to make adjustments this year to increase social distance and limit contact, thanks to COVID-19.
A coalition of Oklahomans filed a new initiative petition Monday aimed at stopping lawmakers from manipulating legislative voting districts to guarantee victories at the ballot box.
TULSA (AP) — Two Tulsa children whose bodies were found in waterways in May accidentally drowned, the Oklahoma medical examiner’s office ruled Friday.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The deputy director of the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority will serve as interim director of the authority, officials announced Friday.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma has launched a new effort to lure the automotive industry, and state economic leaders say there’s room for growth in the recent race to land a Tesla plant.
The City of Norman has launched a CARES Act program to help with utility and rent payments for those who experienced economic hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a prepared statement reads.
OKLAHOMA CITY — As calls continue for a statewide mask mandate, Oklahoma’s top health official said Thursday it would be “very difficult” to implement across the state.
The Oklahoma Highway Safety Office and the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety and the Oklahoma Highway Patrol are encouraging Oklahomans to be safe on the road after speed limits increased on turnpikes and rural interstates.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Educators, school districts and students are struggling to find cleaning supplies as in-person classes prepare to resume later this month, the state’s largest teacher’s union said.
City officials held a press conference Wednesday afternoon to address “misinformation” about the Norman Police Department and rumors about a lack of response to 911 calls, City Manager Darrell Pyle said.
An independent geologist in Tulsa recently sent requests to the Grand River Dam Authority to halt one of its projects for a water park until further testing is done on possible contaminants.
Gross receipts to the state increased by more than 25% in July due primarily to the delayed income tax filing deadline, State Treasurer Randy McDaniel said Wednesday.
In a special Duncan Board of Education meeting held for an hour and half on Aug. 4, the board voted to mandate masks for all students, staff and visitors.
It is now required for the public to wear a mask inside the Cleveland County courtroom and judges chambers, but in the county commissioner’s office its a different story, a judge’s order shows.
This Week's Circulars
HENNESSEY - Rosary for Alvin Leo Stribel, Jr. will be 7:00 PM Thursday August 13 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Mass of Christian Burial will be 10:00 AM Friday August 14. Arrangements by Cordry-Gritz Funeral Home.
LAHOMA - Visitation for Virgil Ray Hankins, Jr., is 2:00 - 4:00 pm, Sunday, August 16, 2020, at Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home. Condolences may be made to www.ladusauevans.com.
December 21, 1961 - August 12, 2020 A Visitation for Virgil Ray Hankins, Jr., will be 2:00 - 4:00 pm, Sunday, August 16, 2020, at Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home Chapel. Virgil passed away Wednesday, August 12, 2020, at St. Mary's Hospital in Enid. Virgil was born December 21, 1961, in Wichita, K…
ENID - Service for Doris J. Jones, age 85, of Enid, will be 10 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 13, 2020, the Ladusau-Evans Chapel. Burial will follow in the Enid Cemetery under direction of Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home.
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- OSDH reports 1st COVID-19 death involving Enid nursing home
- OSDH: 825 new COVID-19 cases, 3 more deaths reported Saturday; cases down in weekly comparison
- OSDH: 486 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday, 6,911 active; no new deaths
- Police: Man shot in home invasion, robbery dies from injuries
- OSDH: Garfield County gains 32 more cases of COVID-19; 13 additional deaths in state
- UPDATED: EPS 'good to go' on cleaning supplies as school nears
- EPS announces plans for start of school as county back in 'low risk' for COVID-19
- Gov. Stitt visits Enid business leaders, hears feedback on state COVID aid