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.
A seven month study of Oklahoma’s justice system recommends spending $110 million over the next 10 years to see a savings of $250 million.
A voter-approved constitutional amendment in Oklahoma is declared unconstitutional.
Will the state income tax get cut? More funding for programs? Ben Allen gets the answers from StateImpact Oklahoma’s Joe Wertz.
The state’s film industry isn’t just about Socs and greasers, and natural disasters.
It’s being called the Gift of the Century: The new eastbound I-40 Crosstown is running smoothly with the westbound traffic to follow soon.
There’s no more funding for Dentists for the Disabled and Elderly in Need of Treatment, and some wonder where those in need will get care.
Oklahoma’s economy continues to grow with December marking the 22nd consecutive month of growth.
A task force studying the children of incarcerated parents is releasing its recommendations for lawmakers in the upcoming session.