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Mapped: Which Oklahoma Schools Have Storm Shelters

StateImpact has mapped the data from the survey, the first statewide accounting of public school storm shelters, which was conducted […]

“Kingfisher County Landowners File Lawsuit Against Piedmont Over Wind Turbine Ordinance”

A group of Kingfisher County landowners have filed a lawsuit against the city of Piedmont for an ordinance they say […]

Return of the Milkman: Oklahoma Lawmakers Study Raw Milk Delivery

The state Department of Agriculture says the number of Oklahomans choosing raw milk over pasteurized is growing. Powered by WPeMatico

Why Protesters Have a Hard Time Making Case Against the Keystone XL Pipeline

A Sept. 21 protest against the Keystone XL Pipeline attracted 74 people who walked a portion of the pipeline’s proposed […]

“EPA Proposal Isn’t Likely to Have Much Impact on Oklahoma”

Oklahoma’s Attorney General Scott Pruitt said he’s reviewing the potential effects of the proposed rules, and Oklahoma Sen. Jim Inhofe […]

Oklahoma Utility: No Immediate Impact from EPA’s Proposed Power Plant Carbon Cuts

It would be the first time the U.S. placed limits on the release of greenhouses gases at power plants. Powered […]

New Data, Fresh Questions: Did Texas Really Need Oklahoma’s Water?

In its protracted fight with Oklahoma over rights to water in the Red River basin, a north Texas water-planning district […]

“EPA Records Show Jump in Osage County Penalties”

The number of EPA-issued Clean Water Act penalties for disposal well operations in Osage County doubled this year, the Journal […]

The Fight for Southeast Oklahoma Water Has 19th Century Roots

The parties have been negotiating outside of court since early 2012, and the case was stayed for a sixth time […]

“Rain Brings Flooding to Parts of Oklahoma, Relief in Drought Stricken Areas”

Rain and relief for parts of Oklahoma, especially southwest portions of the state, where drought has concentrated and lingered. Source: […]

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