Headlines

Headlines for Friday, March 24, 2017:

  • The State Senate kills anti-gay legislation. (NewsOK)

  • A watered down vaccination bill dies in the Senate. (Tulsa World)

Headlines for Thursday, March 23, 2017:

  • A State Senator facing accusations of child prostitution resigns. (NewsOK)

  • A state website gets hacked affecting hundreds of thousands of people. (NewsOK)

  • Agencies call nearly 15% cuts alarming. (Journal Record)

Headlines for Wednesday, March 22, 2017:

  • Oklahoma ranks fourth worst in infant mortality. (NewsOK)

  • Governor Fallin commends the Senate on bills to reduce state prison populations. (NewsOK)

  • Bill to further restrict abortions passes House. (Tulsa World)

Headlines for Tuesday, March 21, 2017:

  • A State Senator accused of child prostitution says he plans to resign by Wednesday. (NewsOK)

  • Lawmakers pass bills to reduce prison population. (NewsOK)

Headlines for Monday, March 20, 2017:

  • Investigation finds multiple serious failings at Talihina veterans hospital. (Tulsa World)

  • Announcement over OKC school closures could come tonight. (NewsOK)

Headlines for Friday, March 17, 2017:

  • The Cleveland County District Attorney files charges against State Senator Ralph Shortey. (NewsOK)

  • South OKC voters feel betrayed by Shortey. (NewsOK)

Headlines for Thursday, March 16, 2017:

  • State Senator under investigation for a relationship with a teenage boy gets suspended. (NewsOK)

  • Agencies start implementing $35 million in cuts. (Journal Record)

Headlines for Wednesday, March 15, 2017:

  • Republican State Senator faces investigations after spending time with a teenage boy in a hotel room. (NewsOK)

  • Congressional plans to overhaul Obamacare could get costly for Oklahomans. (AP)

Headlines for Tuesday, March 14, 2017:

  • NW Oklahoma fires still burning. (NewsOK)

  • The state senate passes a bill removing a tax cut trigger. (Tulsa World)

Headlines for Monday, March 13, 2017:

  • Help is coming for Oklahomans affected by wildfires. (Journal Record)

  • A House bill to give teachers a pay raise is getting a lukewarm reception in the State Senate. (Tulsa World)

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