Posts tagged "oklahoma"

Oklahoma governor issues stay of execution for possibly innocent man

Richard Glossip maintained his innocence in the murder of Barry Van Treese for two decades.
In News by Drew Salisbury / September 30, 2015

Racist ex-frat boys suing University of Oklahoma

"Just because people found out we’re racists doesn’t mean we should be branded as racists."…
In News by Drew Salisbury / March 13, 2015

Teacher fired after shoving kids in trunk of car for Walmart snack run

However, from the kids' perspective, being locked in a trunk for a few minutes was probably a small price for getting to ditch school AND get snacks.
In News by Maggie Serota / December 19, 2014

Satan told this guy to wreck the Ten Commandments statue

"He said Satan told him to do it," claimed authorities, "and that he was a Satanist."…
In News by Maggie Serota / October 24, 2014

Oklahoma prisoners escape jail through plumbing ducts

Ducts which were conveniently human-sized.
In News by Rebecca O'Neal / October 29, 2013

Oklahoma kid arrested for naked joyride on motorcycle, wins $50 bet

Dude rode 20 miles with nothing but a boot covering his junk.
In News by Brian Abrams / June 28, 2013

Photo roundup: Incredible images of the Oklahoma tornado

Sure to be some of the most shocking images of 2013.
In News by Alex Moore / May 21, 2013

CNN interviews Oklahoma rescue volunteer wearing ‘She Wants the D’ t-shirt

Devin Anderson threw on the first thing he found in a rush to help his girlfriend's family.
In News by Brian Abrams / May 21, 2013

Oklahoma congressman: Customers ‘might try to Jew me down’ on a price

The House Majority Leader apologized for his anti-Semitic spiel on Wednesday.
In Politics by Brian Abrams / April 18, 2013

Interview: The Flaming Lips

Stephen Drozd sat down with us a week before the 13th Flaming Lips album, "The Terror" drops worldwide.
In Music by Andrew Poitras / April 8, 2013

The Continuing Abortion Battle: Missouri And Oklahoma's New Laws

Abortion is one hell of a sticky subject and has been for quite some time. But while I'd like to think the world is getting progressively more progressive, even if at a sloth-like pace, pro-lifers and Christians still adamantly fight for the rights of fetuses, and states like Missouri and Oklahoma have gotten away with…
In News by Amy Dupcak / July 16, 2010

Ed Norton Succeeds Where Michael Cera Failed

When it comes to movies I trust Roger Ebert, it’s hard not to, he’s been reviewing films since 1966, twenty-one years before I was born. For the most part the man is usually on point and his word can make or break independent films. When I recently saw the trailer for Tim Blake Nelson’s Leaves
In News by Matt Kiebus / February 12, 2010