Heat, a record-setting drought, and it would seem all that’s missing is a Dust Bowl. Yet the dirt has stayed on the ground.
School starts in Oklahoma City today, and the new school year brings big changes for students.
The State Attorney General wants to know if there’s been any mismanagement or fraud in Oklahoma’s pension funds.
Special election dates to replace a Southeast Oklahoma State Representative who died earlier this month have been set.
Governor Fallin is urging the nation’s leaders to come together to raise the debt ceiling.
Despite a smattering of rain across the state, the National Weather Service is keeping heat warnings and advisories in place.
The triple digit temperatures are taking their toll on Oklahoma vehicles as much as on its people.
Several Oklahomans are working outside despite the high triple digit temperatures and heat indices reaching nearly 110 degrees.
The drought is forcing a fire sale for western Oklahoma ranchers as a record number of cattle are going on auction in Elk City.
Oklahoma is coping with heat advisories and excessive heat warnings.