The African American group known as the Freedmen who were recently ousted from the Cherokee tribal roles is moving forward with lawsuits against the move.
A town hall at Oklahoma State University highlighted the good and bad of Oklahoma’s educational system, and what needs to happen in the future.
The Oklahoma retail industry is keeping a close eye on the cotton crops after news of low quality from state farmers.
The task force to examine tax breaks is meeting for its third time in what could be its most contentious so far.
Oklahoma is gearing up to break yet another heat record after its capitol city shattered a 31-year-old record earlier this week.
Researchers are suggesting parents not pack their kids lunches for school with the risk of food-borne illnesses.
The United States Department of Agriculture Rural Development is providing the Historical Society more than $1 million to help build a visitors center at the site of the largest Civil War battle in Oklahoma.
A State Senator is introducing legislation to end the practice of life without parole for non-violent drug offenders.
Oklahoma US Representative James Lankford is speaking tonight at his third and final town hall meeting while back in Oklahoma for the Congressional August recess.
A Konawa man accused of planting an improvised explosive device on a natural gas pipeline near Okemah has his initial day in federal court.