Parts of Oklahoma are expected to enter another day of temperatures into the triple digits as the heat wave stretches from the Sooner State to the Atlantic.
2,500 education officials are taking part in the second day of the Oklahoma education convention known as Innovation 2011 at the Cox Convention Center in downtown Oklahoma City.
A State Senator from Tahlequah is filing the first ever Supreme Court challenge against the new Senate redistricting plan passed earlier this year.
Oklahoma’s capitol city ranks number one in the nation for unemployment among large metropolitan and the growth continues.
The Oklahoma City Council makes a controversial change to the Metropolitan Area Projects or MAPS 3 plan passed by voters in 2009.
The State Treasurer says Oklahoma’s growth is expanding at an accelerating pace, but inaction by Congress could have a negative impact.
State House leaders are mourning the loss of a freshman Republican lawmaker who died over the weekend at a Texas hospital.
An organization supporting state workers is celebrating the State Supreme Court’s decision to block the release of birth dates for public employees.
The record temperatures may prevent plants from producing fruits and vegetables this year.
Oklahomans are honoring civil rights activist Clara Luper with a memorial service this morning at the Cox Convention Center.