by Samantha Page May 25, 2015
No longer in extreme drought, parts of Texas have seen more than a foot of rainfall this week.
by Kiley Kroh May 16, 2015
Continental Resources CEO Harold Hamm was so displeased by research connecting oil and gas activity to a dramatic rise in earthquakes that he wanted certain university scientists dismissed.
by Ari Phillips Apr 23, 2015
Oklahoma is at the epicenter of the debate over how to balance the growth of fossil fuel extraction and the negative impacts associated with it.
by Emily Atkin Apr 22, 2015
It's been a big week for human-induced earthquakes.
by Ian Millhiser Apr 20, 2015
The state of Oklahoma isn't about to let something like a Supreme Court decision prevent it from executing inmates.
by Josh Israel Apr 14, 2015
Texas A&M and Oklahoma State athletics won't sell sponsorship to contraceptive or feminine hygiene companies -- but fossil fuel companies are quite welcome.
by Ian Millhiser Apr 12, 2015
Video shows Eric Harris, an unarmed black man, telling officers "I'm losing my breath" after he'd been shot. The officer responds, "fuck your breath."
by Igor Volsky Mar 21, 2015
"I don't see myself as being racist, I've got great, great friends who are African American," he said.
by Carimah Townes Mar 18, 2015
"With execution dates set for two condemned prisoners on the same date, Oklahoma lawyers were under temporal and political pressure to go forward with the executions."
by Alice Ollstein Mar 13, 2015
The SAE's new attorney mistakenly claims the University president unfairly shut the local chapter down.