Oklahoma Public School Enrollment Reaches Historic High

Oklahoma Public School Enrollment Reaches Historic High

Oklahoma has more than 700,000 students in public school for the first time in state history. The State Department of Education reports showing 5,000 more students in school this year - than last. Comparing Oklahoma's enrollment to data nationally, many s

Oklahoma National Guard Honors 7 From Braggs, Webbers Falls With Thunderbird Award

Oklahoma National Guard Honors 7 From Braggs, Webbers Falls With Thunderbird Award

The Oklahoma Standard is often putting others needs in front of your own. Seven Muskogee County civilians and first responders were given the special Thunderbird medal Saturday morning in a special ceremony by the Oklahoma National Guard at the Braggs Fir

Tulsa PD: 1 Victim Shot, 2 Suspects Wanted

Tulsa PD: 1 Victim Shot, 2 Suspects Wanted

Authorities confirm one man has been shot Saturday in Tulsa. The shooting occurred in the 1200 block of N. Knoxville Ave. Police said the victim was stable and taken to a local hospital. Authorities are searching for two suspects, reportedly twins, drivin

Tulsa Officer Honored With National Award For Work With Hispanic Community

Tulsa Officer Honored With National Award For Work With Hispanic Community

We're hearing from the Tulsa police officer handpicked by the Attorney General for his work in Tulsa's Hispanic community.

Big Changes Planned For Arkansas River In Tulsa

Big Changes Planned For Arkansas River In Tulsa

A low-water dam, pedestrian bridge and recreational flume for kayakers are coming to the Arkansas River in Tulsa, the City says.

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