University of Oklahoma student, Ally Stephens, survived a nationally publicized case of domestic violence last year and is now working to bring awareness to the serious issue.
OKLAHOMA CITY — State corrections officials said Wednesday that they're continuing to explore the possibility of using inert gases to conduct future executions.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Redistricting fights in Oklahoma are heating up as lawmakers begin finalizing boundaries for the state’s five congressional seats ahead of next month’s special session.
OKLAHOMA CITY — State officials vowed to tighten Oklahoma’s gender-identity laws this week after the Oklahoma Department of Health issued what is believed to be the state’s first nonbinary birth certificate following a voluntary court settlement with an Oregon resident.
Oklahoma’s only competitive congressional district over the past decade could return to firm Republican control — or it could be changed to give Democrats the best chance they’ve seen in years.
JAY, Okla. — Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. on Tuesday signed into law the Verna D. Thompson Early Childhood Education Act during a visit to the tribe’s Head Start facility in Jay. Chief Hoskin signed the legislation after announcing the law in September and receiving Counc…
OKLAHOMA CITY — Ryan Pitts’ military career will come full circle Thursday when the Afghanistan war veteran returns to Lawton for the first time in years to help officially open a new nonprofit mental health clinic designed to cater to active and retired military personnel who have served si…
STILLWATER – Oklahoma State University has received more than $2.6 million to research ways to improve agricultural production while reducing environmental impacts, said Kevin Wagner, director of the Oklahoma Water Resources Center at Oklahoma State University.
WASHINGTON— Congressman Markwayne Mullin (OK-02) will hold a Telephone Town Hall for Oklahomans on Monday, October 25, 2021, at 6:25pm CT. The telephone town hall will last approximately one hour.
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Efforts to win the return of 17 members of a U.S.-based missionary group and a local driver stretched into a fourth day Wednesday, with a violent gang demanding $1 million ransom per person.
OKLAHOMA CITY — The ACLU and a group of multi-racial advocacy organizations and educators have sued state officials over the constitutionality of a new law that restricts discussions on race and gender in school in an attempt to ban “critical race theory” teachings in public schools.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The first Republican candidate to challenge Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt said Tuesday he's leaving the party and will run against Stitt as an independent.
STILLWATER – Many Oklahomans have a big list of to-dos for spring cleaning, but the fall season is a great time for some home maintenance projects.
WASHINGTON – Oklahoma Indigenous activists came to the nation’s capitalto urge President Biden to stop all fossil fuel projects and declare a climate emergency.
The U.S. Supreme Court has overturned a lower court’s decision that opened the door for a lawsuit against two Tahlequah Police Department officers who five years ago shot and killed a suspect threatening them with a hammer.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Frustrated by years of gridlock over cannabis regulation, a newly formed marijuana advocacy group wants to enshrine new marijuana regulations into the state Constitution.
OKLAHOMA CITY – State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister announced today that Rebecca Budd will serve as Chief of High Performance Systems and Operations for the Oklahoma State Department of Education (OSDE).
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Reproductive rights supporters have filed an appeal asking the Oklahoma Supreme Court to put three anti-abortion laws on hold, including restrictions on medication-induced abortions.
WATTS, Okla. — Oklahoma’s governor has invested $500,000 from a discretionary business recruitment account to help a fledgling manufacturing facility bolster production and increase employment opportunities for residents living in one of the state’s poorest counties.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma counties and municipalities have begun entering into new intergovernmental agreements and working with their tribal neighbors following last year’s landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling, and tribal leaders said they’re hopeful state officials will soon be willing to do …
About 1,800 Afghan refugees are expected to arrive in Oklahoma in the coming weeks, but they’ve left their homes with nearly nothing.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Forestry Services (OFS) sent personnel and equipment to support numerous western wildfires throughout the summer, providing skills and expertise in firefighting operations and incident management.
OKLAHOMA CITY — The state’s two driver’s license megacenters are being underused as many Oklahomans continue to rely on local tag agencies to obtain Real IDs.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Joy Hofmeister’s defection from lifelong Republican to sudden Democrat as she announced a bid for governor sent shockwaves through Oklahoma politics Thursday.
Highlights of the Oklahoma Transportation Commission’s Monday, Oct. 4, meeting include adoption of the Oklahoma Department of Transportation’s updated Eight-Year Construction Work Plan, a report on federal funding measures considered in Washington, D.C. and debut of a new public service anno…
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma collected a one month record amount of revenue in September, and for the previous 12 month period as well, state Treasurer Randy McDaniel said Wednesday.
Oklahoma State University has partnered with Catholic Charities of Eastern Oklahoma (CCEOK) to help with the relocation and settlement of up to 40 Afghan families who were evacuated by the United States government after the fall of the Afghan government.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Officials with the Legislature’s fiscal watchdog division clashed Tuesday with executives from the Department of Human Services during a “very contentious” hearing over how to clear a 13-year wait list to provide services to developmentally disabled Oklahomans.
As students go back to the classroom this fall, youth sports teams, after school STEM programs and other extracurricular organizations are looking for ways to continue their respective programming. T
OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma students’ proficiency in math, English and language arts and science has dropped dramatically since COVID-19 upended school years and pushed hundreds of thousands of children into remote learning, according to state assessment data made public Thursday.
Lawmakers will be returning to the State Capitol this fall for a special session to carry out the once-a-decade task of redrawing legislative and congressional boundaries.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt said Tuesday that he will not decide whether to spare Julius Jones from a lethal injection until after Jones has a clemency hearing before the state Pardons and Parole Board.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Under pressure from local and tribal leaders to modernize Oklahoma’s rural turnpikes, transportation officials said they’re examining the entire turnpike network to consider where to add interchanges so motorists can better access underserved locations and increase use of tol…
OKLAHOMA CITY — State park officials are adjusting their expectations after their new state parking pass program generated nearly 78% less than expected in the first year.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The number of COVID-19 deaths in Oklahoma during the pandemic neared 10,000 on Wednesday, while the total number of coronavirus cases topped 600,000, according to the Oklahoma State Department of Health.
STILLWATER – U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development announced today that the USDA is investing $1,426,960 in grants to support 10 projects in rural Oklahoma.
Oklahoma scheduled seven executions Monday in what would be the first lethal injections for the state since putting them on hold six years ago following a series of mishaps.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma’s economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic continues to be hindered by a mismatch in labor supply and demand along with a shortage of quality, affordable child care options, experts told a state Senate committee Tuesday.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Disability advocates Thursday celebrated a ruling that bars the state from implementing a new law requiring Oklahomans with intellectual disabilities to wait five years before accessing specialized home and community-based services through the state’s Medicaid program.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Amid fears that Oklahomans could be facing a severe winter, regulators called together some of the state’s top utility officials Tuesday to discuss whether the state will have adequate access to natural gas supplies.
A group of landowners and residents who have opposed nearby aggregate mines in south central Oklahoma are asking the state Department of Mines to redo several permits where the agency didn’t disclose a hearing officer and an attorney for the mining companies used to be married.
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