You Read It Here: The most popular stories from last week (Aug. 20-26, 2017)
The Internet is a big, big place, but a good chunk of you guys continue to spend time on NewsOK.com, and that means a lot to us.
One question we get a lot is: What are the most popular stories on the website?
Well, this is You Read It Here, a new weekly blog series that tells you the 10 most-read stories in NewsOK from the previous week, Saturday to Sunday.
So, without further ado, we thank you for your readership and time, and hope you enjoy learning what was what last week!
Author: Tulsa World
A professional football player from Tulsa charged in a domestic assault incident in Bixby surrendered to the Tulsa Jail about 11 a.m. Monday. ... Click here to read the complete story
Author: Jacob Unruh
The Oklahoman's high school football preview section doesn't hit newsstands until Wednesday, Aug. 30, but games begin Thursday night. ... Click here to read the complete story
Author: Erik Horne
The NBA released a statement on Sunday saying that it was investigating alleged tampering violations by the Los Angeles Lakers in regard to Paul George. ... Click here to read the complete story
Author: Staff Reports
The public is invited to gather from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Monday at the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum's Survivor Tree for a Solar Eclipse Instameet and National Park Service ranger talk. ... Click here to read the complete story
Author: Nolan Clay
Claiming he was misled, a Minnesota man sued his former girlfriend in Oklahoma for fraud after she broke up with him. ... Click here to read the complete story
Author: Carla Hinton
The leader of a group that once held an event described as a Satanic "black mass" at the Civic Center has filed a lawsuit against a school district alleging that his family has been subjected to a barrage of harassment because of their "alternative non-Christian-based religion." ... Click here to read the complete story
Author: Brandy McDonnell
The first total solar eclipse to occur in the continental United States in nearly 40 years is happening today. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes exactly between the Earth and the sun, causing the moon's shadow to glide across Earth. ... Click here to read the complete story