OKLAHOMA CITY — An Oklahoma lawmaker wants to lower the age to legally carry firearms from 21 to 18 years old.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Spurred in part by the COVID-19 pandemic, fights over book access have been on the rise across Oklahoma as a debate rages abou…
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OKLAHOMA CITY — Lawmakers are asking the state’s attorney general to weigh in on whether it’s legal for Oklahoma women to obtain medication by…
TAHLEQUAH – Cherokee Nation Foundation has further expanded its test prep offerings in an effort to best support Native students. CNF currentl…
OKLAHOMA CITY — After years of failed efforts, lawmakers have made it legal to hunt coyotes at night without a permit.
OKLAHOMA CITY — A new law that overhauls hunting and fishing license expiration dates is expected to benefit thousands of outdoor enthusiasts.
The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals rejected a second motion for an evidentiary hearing in the case against death row inmate Richard Glossip.
The Oklahoma Turnpike Authority is now offering another option for fast, convenient and safe tolling with the addition of the PlusPass mobile …
OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Blood Institute is losing hundreds of O negative blood units a month due to recent blood bag shortages. O negative is…
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