It's back to school season! It's great if you've made it through the past few summer months without your child getting hurt. You're not completely in the clear though. When your child heads out to recess during their school day, you likely won't be there keeping a close eye on them. Their teacher will be watching as many as two dozen children. It's no wonder playground accidents occur here in Oklahoma.
In recent years, we've read about a number of devastating crashes involving tour buses that have left multiple people killed or injured.
We like to think that our loved ones are safe, happy and being well cared for when they go to live in a nursing home. Before helping them decide on their next residence, we accompany them to tour homes, ask questions and check references.
Summer is in full swing, and it may be time to send the kids off to an Oklahoma sleepover camp for a week or two. Time in the outdoors, with friends both old and new, probably will be the highlight of the summer for them.
A Coweta, Oklahoma, man was killed when his car was rear-ended by a driver suspected to be under the influence of meth.
The estate of a man killed in an accident and the city council in Oklahoma City have settled a claim related to the man's death.
Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt has signed into law a bill that, in most instances, ban antipsychotic drugs from being given to residents of nursing homes – an action that drew the applause from AARP Oklahoma.
An Oklahoma state law that limited damages for pain and suffering in a personal injury lawsuit has been rejected by the state's Supreme Court.
A bicycle is a great way to get out and get active this summer. It's a fun, low-impact injury that also gives you another mode of transportation and a way to explore the wide open spaces of Oklahoma. It's a great hobby.
One sign of spring around Tulsa is the return of motorcyclists to the highways. It was a long winter, and riding enthusiasts are eager to get out onto the roads and roar away on their two-wheelers.