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Why Oklahoma Wind Energy Might Get a Raise When Tennessee Retires Coal

The Tennessee Valley Authority on Thursday announced is would retire six coal-fired power plants in Alabama and replace two in […]

Oklahomans Live With Shaking as Researchers Study Earthquake Swarm

Keith Erwin says they remind him of the artillery he used to hear growing up near the Fort Sill Army […]

Norman Voters Approve Sewer Rate Hike Under Pressure from State Regulators

The current wastewater treatment plant in south Norman is outdated and can’t handle the amount of sewage the city needs […]

Red Cedars Aren’t as Thirsty as We Thought, But They Still Suck

They crowd out other plants, force wildlife off their habitats, and bogart rainfall. Powered by WPeMatico

Few Oklahoma Cities Filter Water for Element That Causes Toxic Algae in Lakes

There’s too much phosphorous in the vast majority of Oklahoma’s lakes and streams. Powered by WPeMatico

“Environmental Compliance Costs Could Reach $1.5 Billion, OG&E Says”

The state’s largest utility has about four years to meet the standard of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Regional Haze […]

Canton Businesses on the Brink Months After Oklahoma City Water Withdrawal

Canton, Oklahoma — population 625 — is a town on the brink. Canton relies on lake season, and lake season […]

Duncan Weighs Its Water Options As Area Lakes Continue to Dwindle

Duncan’s main source of water is Waurika Lake, which is at record low levels, and the city’s two backup lakes […]

“Tremors Shaking OKC Could be Linked to Oil and Gas”

Recent earthquakes in OKC area could be linked to waste fluid injection wells used by the oil and gas industry, […]

“Court Approves Okla. Superfund Site Settlement”

A U.S. Bankruptcy court has approved a settlement between the United States and the APCO Liquidating Trust for costs related […]

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