House Republicans hold the first of three press conferences to go in depth on their legislative agenda in the upcoming session.
Large metropolitan newspapers are seeing steep declines in readership, but at small, local dailies, things have largely held steady.
A state lawmaker is filing two bills this session to subject the Oklahoma legislature to the open records and open meetings acts.
A rumor that President Obama will deny the application for the XL Pipeline draws the ire of Oklahoma’s Governor and Lieutenant Governor.
The Republican majority in the House unveiled an outline of the upcoming session which isn’t far removed from what they started with last year.
Oklahoma ranks last in the US for the percentage of adults visiting a dentist last year, so dental professionals are stepping up to help.
A former OSU basketball player honors her late coaches by taking to the court.
Choctaw County’s poverty rate among children is nearly 40%.
Senate Democrats are speaking out against a new rule from the Governor and Insurance Commissioner allowing insurance companies to not cover infants.
Relatively low prices for land in Oklahoma bring in those not interested in farming, but investing their money.