A jump in scheduled Caesarean sections for 11/11/11, for good luck or other reasons.
Work at the lake left some of its trails with significant damage.
A task force looking at tax credits and incentives in Oklahoma is getting close to a final report by the end of the year.
Oklahoma is working to get other states to enter a Memorandum of Understanding to buy 5,000 compressed natural gas vehicles for government fleets.
Senate Democrats elect a Claremore man to be the next leader of the minority to replace Andrew Rice.
A scientist studying earthquakes in Oklahoma says more aftershocks are likely following Saturday night’s record setting temblor.
A Special Review Committee of the Human Services Commission is looking at child deaths at the Department of Human Services.
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation says all state bridges and roads are safe following a weekend of earthquakes.
Engineers are assessing the damage at Saint Gregory’s University in Shawnee after the 5.6 earthquake broke loose a tower attached to a nearly 100 year old building.
The bribery case against a former and a current lawmaker is heading to trial.