The State Supreme Court is looking into a case which would allow lawmakers to be immune from felony prosecution while performing legislative duties.
The State Secretary of Transportation says he is ready to go with construction projects if the President’s job bill moves through Congress.
For one, the terrorist attacks of September 11th brought a renewed sense of purpose.
The Oklahoma Department of Human Services is working with churches and community groups to reduce the number of foster children in state care.
Governor Fallin is appointing a former prosecutor and a local businessman to the commission overseeing the Department of Human Services.
The State legislature is looking into tax credits for the Quality Jobs Program.
This month, host Gerry Bonds visits with NY editor’s choice author Kate Buford and Oklahoma City University President Robert Henry about the life of Jim Thorpe.
The State Treasurer says Oklahoma’s economy is moving in the right direction according to gross revenue collections while most of the US is still slow to recover.
President Obama’s scheduled to announce a plan to get Americans back to work on Thursday, and its expected to include money for roads and bridges. Across Washington, there’s broad consensus the work is needed, but a plan from an Oklahoma Congressman wants to change how projects make it from proposal to pavement.
Oklahoma City firefighters are doing everything they can to extinguish a large wildfire in the northeast part of the metropolitan area.