As the Choose 2 Lose program winds down, Taft looks back at the last eight weeks and all the changes he's seen in his health and fitness levels.
BLOG | I am now into Week 6 of the Choose 2 Lose program and I am feeling great! I am down 15 pounds and have more energy.
I have started week number three of the eight-week Choose 2 Lose program and I am down 10 pounds.
BLOG | Well it goes without saying that Monday night’s episode was a big one for me, and I thought that NBC’s treatment of that night’s episode was done extremely well.
The Biggest Loser contestant David Jones of Keifer, Oklahoma chatted live Monday night and gave insight behind the show, his workouts and how he's doing now.
BLOG | I want to say from the start that yes, I cried too. But more about that later.
Get Fit with Wes Cole
Topics: Exercises for upper back/posture, core exercises other than crunches and do bench presses lead to shoulder problems?
Fitness expert Wes Cole answers viewer's questions about back stress, vegetarian diets and home workouts.
Nelson Mandela, the revered South African anti-apartheid icon who spent 27 years in prison, led his country to democracy and became its first black president, died Thursday at home. He was 95.
INSIDE | Pictures of the first winter storm of the season
A 5-year-old Ft. Gibson boy was killed in a vehicle rollover in Muskogee Thursday morning.
Nelson Mandela: former president of South Africa, influential public figure and human rights activist.
Glow Downtown holiday light tour kicked off the Christmas season with festivities at Guthrie Green, The Deco District and the BOK Center, Dec. 1
PIXIES frontman BLACK FRANCIS has teamed up with biographer JOSH FRANK to create a new graphic novel, titled THE GOOD INN.
AVATAR star ZOE SALDANA has finally confirmed she's a married woman six months after exchanging vows with Italian artist Marco Perego.
"The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" earned a prodigious $75 million, while 3-D animated musical "Frozen" opened with $67 million, according to studio estimates Sunday.
A big chunk of the Tulsa Public School district's budget comes from property tax. There's enough money owed to make up $20 million in cuts that the district has received over the past five years.
For many voters, how they cast their ballot could hinge on the commercials airing on television and radio.