Top 10 Most Dangerous Cities in Oklahoma 2024: The Risks Within!
The Ominous Ranking of Oklahoma State: Top 10 Most Dangerous Cities. Navigating the Risk: Insights from RoadSnacks’ List of Most Dangerous Places in Oklahoma for 2024:. The state of Oklahoma is facing significant challenges, as highlighted by RoadSnacks‘ recent compilation of the most dangerous cities in the Sooner State. This ranking, placing Oklahoma as the tenth most hazardous state in the nation, goes beyond the melancholy often associated with local hero Blake Shelton’s tunes for Ada.
The City Named the Safest in Oklahoma in 2024
There’s nothing like peace of mind. Safety is always a top concern when looking for a new place to put down roots. It’s right up there with the cost of living. Many people will gladly pay a little more and/or travel further to the workplace to live in a safe environment. It’s worth it to be able to sleep a little better at night.
New lawsuit accuses utility company of causing Texas wildfire, report says
Reuters reported that a woman is blaming an electric company for the Smokehouse Creek Fire.
Oklahoma’s Tallest Buildings, the Sooner-Six Skyscrapers
I saw an infographic somewhere online last weekend about skyscrapers across the United States. It was a map of the US and how many skyscrapers each state had. No shocker, New York (267) has the most of all states. Illinois (114) has the second most, followed by Texas (64), Florida (61), and California (49) to round out the top-five.
‘They're On The Ropes’: National Report Shows 22 Oklahoma Rural Hospitals Risk Closure
More than two dozen rural hospitals in Oklahoma are at risk of closing, according to the Chartis Center for Rural Health. When rural facilities close, their communities take a financial hit. Experts say people who need healthcare the most are left with the fewest options. However, industry leaders say larger healthcare facilities in the metro could be part of the solution.
Why the Oklahoma Farm Bureau is fighting an effort to increase the state's minimum wage
Tommy Salisbury’s 3,800-acre wheat, corn and cattle farm about 20 miles north of Tulsa relies on good weather, high commodity prices and the state’s $7.25 an hour minimum wage. His 39 employees receive different hourly rates, but if the minimum wage were more than doubled — which a...
Texas Panhandle wildfires reach Oklahoma
The fire map by FIRMS US/Canada, a joint site by NASA and the USDA Forest Service, shows part of the Smokehouse Creek fire in a small part of Oklahoma.
Crews Respond To Butler Church Fire
Fire crews battled a church fire near Butler and thanks to their efforts and the weather they may have prevented another bad wildfire from spreading. The fire occurred at the German Free Will Baptist Church northwest of the Custer County community at noon on Thursday and saw crews from the Butler, Leedey, Custer City, Clinton, and Weatherford Fire Departments respond to put out the blaze before it could spread to a nearby pasture.
See a Map of Where the Deadly Texas Wildfires Are Spreading
The second-largest wildfire in U.S. history, and the largest in state history, is sweeping across the Texas Panhandle.
Strangers surprise OK woman with wheelchair accessible storm shelter
Aspen Baxter came home from a doctor’s appointment Friday, February 22, 2024, to find a surprise—the kindness of strangers coming together to add a wheelchair accessible storm shelter at her home.
A warped version of the Bible killed Nex Benedict
Nex Benedict – a nonbinary 16-year-old from Oklahoma who reportedly experienced relentless bullying for their gender identity – was involved in an altercation in the girls’ bathroom of their Owasso high school last month and suffered a blow to the head, requiring emergency care. The next day, they died.
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Four From California Sentenced In Oklahoma After Troopers Find 15 Pounds Of Fentanyl
Four California residents were charged and each plead guilty after Oklahoma State Troopers found more than 55,000 fentanyl-laced pills during an I-40 traffic stop. On Thursday, Ambrocio Arroyo, 30, of California, was sentenced to serve 200 months in federal prison for possession of fentanyl with intent to distribute. On June...
Obtaining An Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Card
If you want to obtain an Oklahoma medical marijuana certificate, then there are a few...
Oklahoma Lottery Powerball, Pick 3, Mega Millions, Lucky for Life, Lotto America, Cash 5 winning numbers for Saturday, March 2, 2024
The Oklahoma Lottery offers multiple draw games for people looking to strike it rich. Here’s a look at Saturday, March 02, 2024 winning numbers for each game:. Mon, Mar 4, 2024, 9:59 pm Central Time (GMT-6:00)
Fire Threat: Sunshine, High Winds Cause Wildfire Threats In Oklahoma
The weekend will be warmer than the last few days, but winds will ramp up and increase fire danger. In Oklahoma City and surrounding areas, it will be sunny and mild, but the fire threat remains elevated, especially in Western Oklahoma through the weekend. What is the weather like in...
The Annual Oklahoma Azalea Festival is Coming Up
The Oklahoma annual Azalea Festival is coming up next month in April. The event takes place every year in Muskogee, Oklahoma at Honor Heights Park. You'll have the entire month of April to enjoy this annual event. You'll get to see all the flowers and the incredible landscapes. I've never...
Things People Don’t Really Like About Living in Oklahoma
Truth be told, there are no perfect places to live anywhere on this planet. Every place has its own pros and cons, and Oklahoma is no different. While the majority of Okies overwhelmingly enjoy living in our state, it's not without some very common complaints. Here are the reasons people...