As Congress deals with the issue of the deficit, leaders are talking about increasing revenue along with cutting spending.
The Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board approves new procedures to adhere to State Question 762.
The TV commercial is trying to lure the hundreds of workers Boeing is transferring to OKC
House Speaker T.W. Shannon, Governor Fallin speaking on a national stage and a preview of the 2013 legislative session
State health officials are seeing an increase in the amount of hospitalizations and death from flu this year.
At nearly 100 years old, Sally Carroll has become a fixture for the people in the small Osage County town of Pawhuska
The State House elects Lawton Republican T.W.Shannon as its first African American speaker.
Councilors Ed Shadid and Pete White voted against the proposal.
This morning, the City Council of Oklahoma City could be approving the new downtown Boulevard south of the Ford center, but there will now be delays in completion.
Lawmakers are coming to the state capitol on Tuesday for Organizational Day to gear up for the upcoming 2013 legislative session.