A new stricter DUI law named after an OSU student killed by a repeat drunk driver goes into effect November First.
The Chairman of the State House Pension Oversight Committee is crediting a law passed last session with reducing the unfunded liability of state employee retirement systems.
State Lawmakers got an earful from local officials and Emergency Medical professionals about the difficulty in getting ambulance services to rural parts of Oklahoma.
Researchers at Children’s Hospital in Oklahoma City are looking for men and boys with a rare genetic disease known as Fragile X- for a new treatment program.
OKC City Council will vote November 15th on amendment protecting city employees from discrimination based on sexual orientation.
Oklahoma’s building a formidable foundation for design, engineering, and manufacturing of unmanned aerial systems.
The author of a bill requiring day cares to have liability insurance says too many smaller ones are being allowed to opt out.
A state lawmaker is putting together a bill for next session which would create a bottle return program in Oklahoma.
Imagine driving home on a dark stretch of highway after a late evening at work. You’re tired, and before you can react, your car–with you and maybe your family inside–hits a deer standing in the road at 70 miles an hour. It’s a scenario that plays out about 1600 times a year in Oklahoma.
Oklahoma City’s most unhealthy zip code is getting a new regional health and wellness campaign which broke ground on Monday.