by Josh Israel May 21, 2016
Gov. Mary Fallin (R) made clear that her issue with the measure, Senate Bill 1552, was entirely with its phrasing.
by Laurel Raymond May 20, 2016
"Based on these failures, justice has been delayed for the victims' families and the citizens of Oklahoma, and confidence further shaken in the ability of this State to carry out the death penalty"
by Zack Ford May 20, 2016
Some Oklahoma lawmakers want to throw transgender kids under the bus — and the Obama administration with them.
by Cory Herro May 16, 2016
If the state legislature doesn’t act, the state’s Medicaid agency says it will have no choice but to cut doctor reimbursements by 25 percent.
by Alex Zielinski Apr 26, 2016
"Whether this bill is signed into law or not, the fact that it's made it to the governor's desk is appalling and offensive."
by Cory Herro Apr 6, 2016
The bill’s sponsor, Jeff Coody, says secrecy is for the safety of the armed personnel.
by Natasha Geiling Feb 17, 2016
A new lawsuit is hoping to stop oil and gas companies from injecting dangerous amounts of wastewater into underground wells, before those injections cause a really big earthquake.
by Zack Ford Jan 28, 2016
"They pretty much covered it all. We're like the canary in the coal mine at the moment. They're testing anything."
by Katie Valentine Jan 12, 2016
Oklahoma has been hit by swarms of earthquakes over the last few years, and some residents have had enough.
by Samantha Page Jan 6, 2016
The link between Oklahoma's earthquakes and fracking is about to be tested.