The past two months of triple digit heat means increased business at car shops.
Oklahoma State’s training staff is responsible for hundreds of student-athletes, and has an unusually difficult challenge as football practices start: the heat isn’t going away.
The State Medical Examiner is increasing the death toll from the heat to 15 Oklahomans while still investigating ten others.
Later this month the federal government will give Oklahoma an answer on 13 applications it sent for new community health centers across the state.
The heat affects everyone, including those who have to take care of those struggling with the stifling conditions.
State legislative leaders held a press conference Wednesday to announce the formation of a 16-member committee to look at the future of water in Oklahoma.
The State Treasurer says Oklahoma is continuing to see moderate economic growth, but July wasn’t as strong as the past few months.
OG&E is choosing not to suspend the electricity of about 5,600 customers who are behind in their bills because of the extreme heat.
Agriculture producers are going into the hottest days of the year on top of dealing with a drought which has existed in Oklahoma since last October.
A State Senator responsible for the capture of Saddam Hussein is making a special appearance on Spike TV’s “Deadliest Warrior”