According to the Center for American Progress, the end of DACA in Oklahoma would cause a loss of 6,000 productive and almost exclusively bilingual workers and create an estimated GDP loss of $343.6 million.
Oklahomans are certainly aware of the devastation Hurricane Harvey recently brought the people of Houston. But they may not know that flooding and mudslides destroyed parts of Sierra Leone on Aug. 14.
Locally, the Edmond YMCA reported a decrease in kids registered to play tackle football, mirroring the national trend of 14 percent lower participation since the sport’s peak in 2009.
We joined a crowd of almost 600 community leaders yesterday at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum for the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber's State of the Schools event.
Just in time for a new fall semester, Cox is launching a program to help families and educators harness the power of the web.
Oklahoma City Public Schools Superintendent Aurora Lora announced at a press conference this morning that the OKCPS Board of Education is calling for a special board meeting to address education funding.
Parents of children with special needs can sometimes find it challenging to do even simple family activities together. But Crossroads Church has a new program to make going to church together a little easier.
Now is a good time to think ahead and plan for ways to keep your family active and eating well throughout the entire school year.
School supplies and clothing are probably on most back-to-school checklists. But what about kids with asthma?
Circle of Care and Citizens Caring for Children are combining resources this year in their back-to-school efforts to provide more supplies to more foster children. The supplies drives will benefit hundreds of local kids.