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State, Tribal Water Negotiations “Moving in the Right Direction” With No End in Sight

Gov. Mary Fallin’s spokesman, Alex Weintz, told the AP “The governor is optimistic these negotiations are moving in the right […]

Tree Program to Combat Dust is Dying After Years of Drought and Disrepair

The dirty 1930s left a permanent mark on the Great Plains. To help prevent another Dust Bowl, federal foresters planted […]

“Swift Approval Sought for Midwest Oil Pipeline”

This isn’t Keystone XL, the tar sands pipeline you’re probably thinking of. Canada’s Enbridge Energy is after an exepdited permit […]

Head of Foundation Built by Oil Riches Says State Doesn’t Need Drilling Incentives

Oklahoma lawmakers are considering re-evaluating the value of tax incentives for oil and gas drilling, which totaled $321 million last […]

“Oklahoma AG Leads Multi-State Lawsuit Against EPA”

Attorneys General in 12 states want the EPA to produce records of negotiations it had with environmental groups. They claim […]

Tulsa Likely to Break from Tradition to Fund $920 Million in Improvement Projects

So the sales-tax extension wouldn’t have a set end date. That’s unusual, but Tulsa has had success with the idea […]

Booming Enid Needs At Least 600 New Homes Within the Next Two Years

blueathena7 / Flickr Enid is growing. It’s population is on the rise thanks to the oil industry, and its importance […]

“Fallin Announces New Secretary of Tourism and Recreation”

Gov. Mary Fallin’s cabinet got a makeover Tuesday, including the creation of new posts, Secretary of Tourism and Recreation, and […]

Oklahoma is No. 2 in Oil Spills

There were 951 oil spills reported in Oklahoma last year, more than every other major energy state state except North […]

Cost of OKC Debris Removal Adds Up as Outside Help Begins to Recede

May’s tornados are still costing Oklahoma City. Every week, new bills for storm cleanup come in. So far, the city […]

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