Abortion rights: Several members of Oklahoma’s congressional delegation joined in or voiced support of March for Life activities. Read more
Oklahoma’s U.S. senators issued statements following President Donald Trump’s proposal announced Saturday about border security:
With women making up almost 23 percent in the House and almost 19 percent in the Senate, there is some optimism that bipartisan support for issues that are important to women can make a difference. Read more
Johnny Mize Jr. was charged in Tulsa County District Court with first-degree manslaughter in the July 4, 2017 death of 15-year-old Jake Ulrich. Read more
Pinnell is a graduate of Oral Roberts University and lives in Tulsa. Read more
One of the Oklahoma House’s highest-ranking Republicans and a Democratic colleague have introduced legislation that could roll back sentences for hundreds or even thousands of low-level offenders. Read more
Trevor Henson made his remarks after Wednesday' City Council public hearing on the assessment roll that would fund it. Read more
A lawsuit seeking to void the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s decision to allow Oklahoma to regulate coal ash disposal won’t be paused as the ongoing partial shutdown of the federal government continues, a U.S. district judge in the District of Columbia has ruled. Read more
Sen. John Haste, R-Broken Arrow, noted that at the end of the inaugural swearing-in ceremony earlier in the day, the sun came out.
“If you look for signs, it was a great sign,” he said. Read more
The Tulsa World will host its third Let’s Talk Community Forum focused on what’s coming in the Oklahoma Legislature. Read more
At age 33, David Boren became the nation's youngest governor when sworn into office Jan. 12, 1975. And the inaugural ball at Oklahoma City's Myriad Convention Center was the first to prominently feature a heavy dose of rock music.
The 17,258 pounds of plant material seized by Pawhuska police earlier this week was industrial hemp, a product that's legal to possess or transport nationwide, according to documentation from the purchaser and an attorney involved in the case.
Sears Holding Corp. will close over 100 stores in March and April, this comes after closing more than 250 stores last year. Read more
NASA said Tuesday it will spend $166 million for a science mission that will measure key greenhouse gases and vegetation health from space in order to advance the understanding of Earth’s natural exchanges of carbon between the land, atmosphere and ocean. Read more