The Oklahoma Supreme Court has ruled that a bill passed last session to cut the state’s personal income tax and provide $120 million for repairs to the Capitol is unconstitutional.
State Rep. Joe Dorman today announced the formation of a gubernatorial campaign exploratory committee.
Veteran law officer, community ambassador and current Claremore Mayor Mickey Perry died Monday of a heart attack. He was 66.
A magnitude 3.8 earthquake hit south-central Kansas on Monday, rattling windows and doors, but causing no reported damage or injuries.
After a huge tornado ripped through the Oklahoma City suburbs this spring and demolished two elementary schools, killing seven children, a longtime legislator thought the time was ripe for the state to act on a well-known problem.
The multi-county grand jury considering accusations of corruption by Rogers County officials recessed Thursday until mid-January, saying it needed more time to complete its investigation.
Elected officials, including state legislators, might soon have to pass a test indicating their basic knowledge of the office they hold under a plan being pushed by one state legislator.
A bill, sponsored by Rep. Markwayne Mullin that will allow construction of a memorial to Native American veterans on the grounds of the National Museum of th American Indian, was approved today the U.S. House of Representatives.
More than 1,600 Oklahoma residents successfully signed up for health insurance coverage in the first two months of the troubled HealthCare.gov website that allows people to shop for and purchase a plan, officials said Wednesday.
Collections to the main operating fund used to pay for state government in Oklahoma continue to trail the official estimate, finance officials reported Wednesday, a trend that could lead to budget cuts for state agencies if it continues.