Oklahoma City

Oklahoma bioscience industry really matters

Monday, December 3, 2012

From Ardmore to Oklahoma City to Stillwater and beyond, Oklahoma’s diverse bioscience cluster encompasses drug development and plant science , medical devices and bioenergy. Oklahoma’s bioscience employees earn more than $7,700 above the average wage, and the industry has a $6.7 billion impact on our economy.

At a glance: How did Oklahoma City metro-area schools fare?

Sunday, December 2, 2012

At a glance: How did Oklahoma City metro-area schools fare with the new grading scale?

Douglass transcript findings spur call for wider auditing

Friday, November 30, 2012

An Oklahoma audit of Douglass Mid-High School found that 87 of 107 seniors aren’t on track to graduate. The principal resigned early this month amid allegations of fraud.

School daze

Friday, November 30, 2012

In the midst of scandal, an embattled OKC high school learns that 81 percent of its senior class is not on track to graduate next spring.

Douglas transcript findings spur call for wider auditing

Thursday, November 29, 2012

4 of 5 seniors at school may not graduate, state officials discover

Douglass needs help

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

I pause to write and acknowledge the mountain of disturbing news that is emanating from my beloved school, dear ole Douglass.

As pressure on schools mounts, jobs of school board members grow more important

Sunday, November 25, 2012

Few times of the year are more rushed or hectic than the weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas. But something really important happens in that time period that shouldn't be lost: Oklahomans in hundreds of school and career-technology districts across the state have the opportunity to run for board seats.

A Basketball Fairy Tale in Middle America

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Kevin Durant, the star of the Oklahoma City Thunder, is the youngest scoring champion in N.B.A. history. At 24, he has led the league in scoring for three consecutive seasons, and all signs point to him keeping that up for the foreseeable future.