People in the panhandle are getting ready for an early winter storm with a blizzard warning issued by the National Weather Service.
Enjoying holiday parties, without the alcohol.
State Impact’s Logan Layden sorts through the past, present, and future of the income tax in Oklahoma.
The State Board of Education gives approval for a nearly $2.5 billion dollar request for the upcoming legislative session.
The Oklahoma Attorney General is teaming up with the Electronic Software Rating Board to educate parents on the content of video games.
Conventional manufacturing jobs shrink, while oil and gas drilling forces focus on different factory work.
Announced manufacturing layoffs in the state since 2010: Air Systems Components (Ponca City, OK) – 63 employees Caterpillar (Tulsa, OK) …
Experts say the state’s economic forecast looks good, but there’s some reason for caution.
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.