Tiger on Haney suspension: “He deserved it”

NEW YORK (AP) — Swing coach Hank Haney has been suspended from the SiriusXM PGA Tour Radio channel for disparaging comments about the LPGA Tour, and Tiger Woods says he had it coming.

Haney said on his radio show that a Korean probably would win the U.S. Women's Open and that he couldn't name six players on the LPGA Tour.Read more on

Big 12 revenues up to $38.8 million per school

By Berry TramelBig 12 revenues are up again. And commissioner Bob Bowlsby said they’re not stopping anytime soon.The conference announced Friday that the once-beleaguered league is paying out $38.8 million per school to its 10 members, which keeps the Big 12 squarely in the middle of the Power 5 conferences.Read more on

Heart hospital settles lawsuit for $2.8 million

By Tim WillertStaff writertwillert@oklahoman.comOklahoma Heart Hospital has agreed to pay $2.8 million to settle a whistleblower lawsuit alleging false Medicaid claims over a seven-year period.
Retired nurse Jennifferr Baird oversaw a seven-person staff at the hospital in 2015 when she filed the lawsuit in Oklahoma City federal court.Read more on

Judge says Missouri clinic can keep providing abortions

ST. LOUIS (AP) — A judge issued an order Friday to keep Missouri's only abortion clinic operating over the objections of state health officials, delivering abortion-rights advocates a courtroom victory after a string of setbacks in legislatures around the U.S.

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Oklahoma City says warning sirens have been repaired

By William CrumOklahoma City officials say 18 nonworking warning sirens have been fixed.The 18 (of 182 total) likely were damaged in recent storms. Plans are to run the system-wide regular weekly test at noon Saturday.The city recommended previously that anyone who can usually hear a siren during a test, but doesn’t hear a siren during Saturday’s test, should call 231-2121 to report it.Sirens are tested audibly every Saturday, unless there is a severe weather threat.Read more on