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If you’ve ever had your baggage lost or misplaced after a flight, the last place you’d expect to find your missing items is for sale on social... Read More

Want an extra $10,000? If you work remotely, you don’t have to wait for that next big promotion or play the lottery — all it takes is a move to Tulsa,... Read More

The Oklahoma City Zoo is “tickled pink” with these three new arrivals!In August, the Zoo welcomed three American flamingo chicks, with the third and... Read More

Trying new foods is an essential part of going on vacation — but, if you’re not careful, it can also be a big money drain.Luckily for hungry travelers,... Read More

Flight delays are typically not a pleasant experience, but one United Express pilot appears to be on a mission to change that.On Monday, a United... Read More

This article originally appeared on AccuWeather.com. A storm that will originate in the western United States is expected to dip through the southern... Read More

If you're looking for the chance to make a move and work remotely, all while getting paid thousands of dollars to make the transition, it's time to move... Read More

Seven U.S. states raised their gas taxes on Sunday ahead of the Fourth of July holiday, while gas prices for the season are expected to be the highest... Read More

Ree Drummond‘s new hotel is officially open for business!The Food Network’s Pioneer Woman and her husband Ladd launched the website for their Oklahoma... Read More

Who needs beaches and palm trees when you can have camo and quiet swimming holes?Gwen Stefani and her kids opted for a less traditional spring break... Read More

Ree Drummond’s mantra for making it through her Oklahoma hotel’s renovations? “It’s all gonna be just fine.”The star of Food Network’s Pioneer Woman... Read More

Scrolling through Instagram, you might think travel has become all about visiting dreamy destinations like Bali and Iceland, but according to a new... Read More

This story originally appeared on Money.com. Back in the 1940s, Nat King Cole was already singing about Route 66’s open-road appeal. Today, Route 66 has... Read More

This story originally appeared on Fortune.com on August 2nd, 2017. Amazon is today attempting to fill its 50,000 empty vacancies by hiring people... Read More

This story originally appeared on Money.com. In a bid to fill tens of thousands of open warehouse roles, Amazon is holding a series of job fairs in many... Read More

This story originally appeared on Money.com on July 5th, 2017. You’ve probably seen headlines recently about free public college programs in... Read More

Travelers tracing this east-west route will find themselves on a wildly varied road trip, with remote stretches of two-lane highway that give way in... Read More

Beginning Jan. 22, 2018, travelers from nine states will no longer be able to travel with only their driver’s licenses.Residents of Kentucky, Maine,... Read More

Labor Day is just around the corner, but that doesn’t mean summer has to come to a screeching halt. There’s still plenty of time to take advantage of... Read More

When Matt McKinney took a 39-day road trip in 2012, he experienced one version of the American dream, just before he reached the Pacific Ocean: a... Read More

“I grew up in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Route 66 was always a part of my life. But it wasn’t until I became an adult that I started to appreciate its history... Read More

Surprised by the results of his recent project to assess the state of conservation in America, biologist Eric Dinerstein couldn't help remarking, "It's... Read More

To understand the rodeo cowboy's enterprise better, I decided to get on a couple of horses myself. Lyle Sankey's Memorial Day weekend course in Okeene,... Read More

The Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art (www.ou.edu/fjjma) at the University of Oklahoma in Norman now has a building as impressive as its collection.... Read More

Architecture pilgrims can now spend the night in a Frank Lloyd Wright skyscraper: the Price Tower in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. Built in 1956 for an oil... Read More

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