Legislation sponsored by Representative James Lankford (R-OK) would keep government open no matter what, but cut 1% across the board if deadlines aren’t met. KOSU’s Ben Allen talks with the Rep. Lankford about the proposal.
An oil exploration company spoke before the Oklahoma Corporation Commission about plans to do a seismic study near Prague where a record earthquake hit last month.
The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce held its annual meeting on Thursday with part of it discussing the future of the capitol city.
A proposal to commercially harvest the valuable, but also potentially dangerous plant in Oklahoma attracts both praise and scorn.
Last minute filings to fill House District 71 being vacated by Dan Sullivan create a crowded field for a special election.
Two pastors are joining in the Senate District 20 race to fill the seat left empty following the death of David Myers.
Oklahoma veterans remember those who paid the ultimate sacrifice on Pearl Harbor Day, 70 years ago.
As Christians celebrate the season of peace…the turbulence and uncertainty of the world continues.
Col. John Wallach witnessed the attack on the Philippines, launched just hours after the Japanese struck Pearl Harbor.
Oklahoma Republicans got a chance to cheer on Herman Cain Monday night despite his announcement over the weekend he was suspending his campaign for President.