American, in all of its glory, is a nation of immigrants and has been since its founding. Yet many immigrants today are treated like invaders.
While many may not realize it, Oklahoma was at one time home to some of the biggest animals to have ever walked the face of the Earth. This, of course, means dinosaurs, and Oklahoma was once home to some of the biggest dinosaurs that exist in the fossil record.
Two southeast Oklahoma men agreed Thursday to waive their preliminary hearings in cases accusing them of performing an illegal castration.
TAHLEQUAH, Oklahoma – The Cherokee Nation Supreme Court decision on Feb. 22 to strike the words “by blood” from the CN Constitution as a condition for citizenship is drawing both criticism and praise from tribal officials.
VALDOSTA – Vivian Miller-Cody, a Valdosta city councilwoman who recently received the Pfizer vaccine, wants to be an example to others.
TRAVERSE CITY — Public records show eight months elapsed between when state and local officials began corresponding about potential drinking water contamination in the Pine Grove neighborhood and when they told residents.
TAHLEQUAH, Oklahoma – A member of the Montreal Lake Cree Nation told a Northeastern Oklahoma audience that Indigenous erotica is embedded in culture, and that nonconformity to standard gender issues may be the key to survival.
CARL JUNCTION, Mo. — When their 12-year-old son, Nic, accidentally lit his shirt on fire with a candle and badly burned himself, all Brandy and Stephanie Castlebury could think about was getting help for him.
ATLANTA — After historic turnout in both the general election and Jan. 5 Senate runoffs in Georgia, Republican state lawmakers are pushing a flood of restrictive voting bills.
TRAVERSE CITY — The road map to navigate life comes through school. Ask a kindergarten teacher, and they'll say without hesitation the on-ramp is right there in their classroom.
OKLAHOMA CITY — After nearly two hours of discussion, a divided panel of Oklahoma utility regulators issued an emergency order Tuesday night that prioritizes powering homes over large commercial and industrial businesses if the power or natural gas grid can’t fully support all of the operations.
Black entrepreneurship is vital to the success of America as entrepreneurship from all races are. History shows us Black people have been used to build, innovate, defend, and feed this country, but the equity of financial success has not been recognized by Black people.
Cold enough for ya? You betcha. The subzero temps Minnesota experienced the past week weren’t record-setting, but it has been some time since we’ve had such frigid weather for days on end.
CLEBURNE, Texas -- As temperatures broke above freezing for the first time in seven days, millions of Texans began to survey damage left in the wake of historic winter weather that collapsed the state's power grid, leaving millions struggling to stay warm.
GLOUCESTER, Mass. — The pandemic’s tidal wave of challenges left nothing untouched, even the rivalry among fishing vessels. Viewers of National Geographic Channel’s “Wicked Tuna” will see a new dynamic when the 10th season opens with a 90-minute episode at 9 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 21.
In a career about-face, President Joe Biden vowed in the 2020 campaign to end the federal death penalty, as well as provide incentives for capital punishment states to abolish their death-penalty statutes.
Corrections officer Dale Franquet Jr. credits his lifelong involvement with wrestling for keeping him alive on Dec. 7 when he was assaulted by a shank-wielding inmate at a federal prison in central Pennsylvania.
At B.J. Maurer Ford dealership in Boswell, internet sales director Luke Maurer had been expanding the company’s online communication with customers even before the pandemic.
After nearly a year of caring for COVID-19 patients, medical professionals have learned more about treating the disease.
CULLMAN, Ala. — When a visiting rooster flew the coop, the people of Cullman stepped up to help reunite the owner with his feathered friend.
Mineral Wells native Millie Hughes-Fulford accomplished a lot in her career while blazing a trail in history.
LANSING — Pam Lynch was running a $1,600 Facebook fundraiser to fix bikes for people affected by addiction — just as the federal government reported Michigan still had millions in unspent opioid crisis grants.
As adults, I feel we have multiple lenses through which we see the world. Most of us have more in common than we think and have similar wants and desires, but where the issues arise is the lens through which we chose to view certain situations.
The executive director of government relations for the country's largest Native American tribe discussed potential dollars that could be available after President Joe Biden proposed a $1.9 trillion package for COVID-19 recovery funds.
Downplaying her longevity as “completely out of my hands,” Joplin’s Gail Boatman, who turns 107 on March 4, is doing what she can to survive another worldwide pandemic.
ANDOVER, Mass. — Dressed in tulle, lace and rhinestones — instead of her usual medical scrubs — Dr. Mariama Runcie decided it was time to FaceTime her mom.
Michael Korenblit was 6 years old when he began to ask about the tattoos on his parents’ wrists from when they were inmates at German concentration camps.
Brandon King, an elder at Christ Centered Community Church, says the solution to bridging the gap dividing people is communication.
HARBOR SPRINGS — A northern Michigan Indigenous tribe has again affirmed that Enbridge’s Line 5 tunnel cuts right through historically and culturally sensitive land.
A Rusk City Councilman and self-declared Texas gubernatorial candidate faces nationwide backlash, including from the Texas Republican Party, after he posted a photo of a noose on his campaign's Twitter feed along with a statement calling for violence "Starting in D.C."
TAHLEQUAH, Oklahoma – As the demands of the pandemic continue to increase, the health services arm of the country's largest Native American tribe is using the 54 students from its new medical school to help administer COVID-19 vaccines.
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Eldeana Kay (Catt) Richard, of Washington, youngest of nine siblings, went to her heavenly home Feb. 10, 2021, after having a terrible stroke that left her very debilitated. Eldeana was born in Washington, Indiana, on July 4, 1941, to the late William and Cecil Catt. Eldeana is preceded in d…
Genevieve Brothers, 55, of Washington, Indiana, passed away Saturday, Feb. 20, 2021, at St. Vincent Hospital in Evansville. Genevieve was born Feb. 17, 1966, in Bethel, Alaska, to Ruth (Charles) and Elias Venes. She graduated from Bethel Regional High School in 1984. She was a life member of…
Lyle Toland Burkhardt Jr., 77, of Washington, passed away Sunday, Feb. 21, 2021, at Prairie Village Nursing and Rehabilitation. Lyle was born Nov. 14, 1943, to Lillian (Burris) and Lyle Burkhardt Sr. Lyle graduated from Washington High School. He retired from B and O Railroad. He is survived…
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