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NGL Energy Partners reported a net loss allocated to common shareholders for the first fiscal quarter ended June 30 of $57.3 million. [Read More]
The Journal Record Index jumped 54.09 points, or 5.31%, last week and closed at 1,072.80. Advancing issues topped declining issues by 19 to 4. [Read More]
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has approved $462 million in funding to modernize critical drinking water and wastewater infrastructure in rural areas. [Read More]
The Tulsa Air and Space Museum & Planetarium was selected to receive a $10,000 grant from the Ed Darby Foundation. [Read More]
Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum has signed a contract with Tulsa-based GH2 Architects to design a new, expanded animal shelter. [Read More]
Williams has named Danilo Juvane vice president of investor relations, effective Sept. 1. [Read More]
The Democratic nominee for a U.S. Senate seat in Oklahoma is recovering at home after being injured in a hit-and-run crash. [Read More]
Jeremy Fernandez has been named president of WellCaddie, an Oklahoma City-based monitoring company targeted to independent oil and gas operators. [Read More]
People Not Politicians filed an updated initiative petition on Monday in the group's efforts to have a bipartisan commission, instead of state lawmakers, to redraw... [Read More]
A study led by researchers from the University of Oklahoma aims to improve scientists' understanding of how storms develop in densely populated coastal regions. [Read More]
Attorney General Mike Hunter on Monday sent a letter to congressional leadership, urging both chambers to amend the 1984 Victims of Crime Act to include... [Read More]
In a live webinar, experts say medicine will be changed forever due to the COVID-19 pandemic. [Read More]
So, the countdown has begun to determine not only who we will vote for but how we will vote in November. [Read More]
Vacancy rates are holding at around 10% overall, with four- and five-star properties at around 15% vacancy. [Read More]
The COVID-19 pandemic has been changing our way of life since March. But recent weeks have seen additional chaos as public school districts attempt to... [Read More]
The technology stands to benefit Oklahomans who live in rural areas because of shortages of physicians and other health care professionals. [Read More]
Health officials are concerned fewer children are current on their immunizations. And parents must rely on 2-year-old school vaccination data. [Read More]
Small businesses are a special thing in our country. Being able to start something from a vision and grow it is a gift. But, the... [Read More]
The Oklahoma Energy Index contracted again last month as employment and rig activity continue to fall. [Read More]
Four Oklahoma tribes are asking a federal court to void gambling compacts between the state of Oklahoma and two other tribes – agreements that the... [Read More]
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