A couple dozen people showed up at the state Capitol Monday to call for the abolition of the death penalty in the state and around the world.
The Oklahoma Climatological Survey says this past weekend’s rainfall was a good start to get parts of Oklahoma out of the drought, but much more is needed.
Fiery opinions voiced at the final public hearing for a proposed pipeline through Oklahoma.
Oklahoma ranks as one of the highest states in childhood obesity and now one lawmaker wants to find a way to improve those statistics.
Oklahoma is raising awareness about domestic violence in the month of October with the help of Verizon Wireless. Verizon Wireless …
Oklahoma Republicans are facing off against each other over a federal plan to develop common core state standards across the US.
Business incubators do just that: help small businesses grow in a less harsh environment.
A state lawmaker is following through with legislation to nullify the federal health care law and urges the legislature to oppose any health care exchanges.
Gerry Bonds talks about the state of Public Education on KOSU’s newest show.
The State Treasurer says revenue collections continue growing, but September’s numbers were down slightly mostly because of income and gross production receipts.