Johnnie Le, owner of Sakana Sushi in Moore, recently put a spin on things when he used social media to invite customers of all abilities and needs to visit his restaurant.
OKC Thunder Black Heritage Creative Contest, presented by Sprite, open to students throughout Oklahoma.
MetroFamily Magazine's Kids Fest is the metro area's largest indoor fun event with interactive, educational activities for children of all ages.
The students were eager to learn, the facility was impressive and the administrators and teachers were obviously passionate about their jobs. So why all the bad news about education?
Immigration in OKC: What the end of DACA means for thousands of Oklahoma children, students and young workers
It wasn’t until taking a test his freshman year in high school that Joel Viad understood he was undocumented. Everyone’s social security number was on their test booklet but his didn’t have one.
“I live right next to Capitol Hill to be closer and experience the same challenges as my neighbors,” said Kirk. “Proximity makes me understand.”
In late September, Senators James Lankford of Oklahoma, Thom Tillis of North Carolina and Orrin Hatch of Utah introduced the Succeed Act to address DACA recipients’ pathways to citizenship.
You may recognize Curt Martin (12), Cody Martin (9) and Cora Lee Martin (4) from local film, print and local/national TV shows.
Since 1925, Easter Seals has been providing unique services to people with disabilities in Oklahoma City. Earlier this year, the company changed its name to better reflect their mission and to better serve local needs.
We asked the United Way’s executive directory Debby Hampton to answer our questions, in hopes that this information will inspire our readers to give to the United Way to support all citizens, especially those most vulnerable.