Brogdon for Gov., Prison safety, Drones and 2014
For three months, people across the state gathered signatures for State Question 767, a proposal to allow the state franchise […]
StateImpact team traveled about 10,000 miles this year to interview Oklahomans about how government policy affects their lives. Their reporting […]
Host Profile: ‘I Consider Myself Pretty Lucky To Receive A Regular Paycheck For Doing What I Love’
Workers comp, tax cut/capitol repairs, Joe Dorman for Gov and Ed Shadid
State Representative and now gubernatorial candidate Joe Dorman has championed a lot of issues this fall including putting storm shelters […]
State leaders are getting their first look at collection estimates to put together a budget for the upcoming legislative session.
Hydraulic fracturing and modern oil and gas drilling use a lot of water, a commodity that’s in short supply in […]
A group pushing a ballot initiative to get shelters in every Oklahoma school hopes the State Supreme Court gives them another 90 days to get signatures for the petition.
OSU vs. Missouri, OU vs. Alabama, Mack Brown and the Thunder