An Oklahoma lawmaker wants to find a way to get homeschoolers and virtual school students involved in public school activities.
The State Supreme Court is asking for public input on a rule change which would remove personal information like birth dates from criminal or civil court records.
Governor Fallin, state lawmakers, county commissioners and transportation officials came together for a press conference on Monday to announce a plan to tackle infrastructure needs in Oklahoma.
A Senate interim study is looking at possibly creating new laws to tackle a practice by young people of sending nude pictures and videos through mobile devices.
Take a tour of four festivals in Tulsa, all in one day.
The Oklahoma Bar Association is taking steps to improve civic competency in students across the state.
The federal government’s sending more than a million dollars to the state to fund teacher training.
The Oklahoma Teachers’ Retirement System is announcing its decreased its unfunded liability and on its way to a fully funded pension plan.
For the sixth year in a row, Feed the Children is providing backpacks full of useful school and hygiene supplies to homeless and at-risk students in Oklahoma City.
The chairman of a task force studying tax breaks for corporations in Oklahoma says he doesn’t expect any changes for the oil and gas industry.