On the last day of the teacher walkout, one phrase was heard over and over again – “Remember in November.”
Less than 24 hours after being elected as Oklahoma’s next governor, Republican Kevin Stitt made his way to the state Capitol.
The Oklahoma Education Association says 16 current or former educators won seats Tuesday night in the State Senate or the House.
In addition to winning the governor's office, Republicans now hold a supermajority in the State House and Senate.
The state Capitol restoration project hits its biggest snag yet.
Governor Mary Fallin has placed on the November 6 general election ballot a proposal to create a new oil and natural gas trust fund to help operate state government.
Governor Mary Fallin said a state question will be on the November ballot to allow school districts to use property tax funds - now used primarily for building - for operational costs like teacher pay.
In November, Oklahoma voters will decide if candidates for governor and for lieutenant governor should run on a joint ticket, much like candidates for U.S. president and vice president.
A bipartisan legislative committee met Wednesday to discuss regulating medical marijuana.
Next week, a bipartisan group of state lawmakers will begin meeting to discuss implementing the newly passed medical marijuana law.
Oklahoma's new medical marijuana law is expected to bring in some new tax revenue, although it's too early to put an exact figure on how much.
Gov. Mary Fallin has vetoed the controversial constitutional carry bill. Senate Bill 1212 would have allowed anyone without a felony conviction and is 21 or older to carry a gun in public without a license.
Governor Mary Fallin signs a bill aimed at making it safer for women who are pregnant and incarcerated. State Representative Regina Goodwin of Tulsa and State Senator AJ Griffin spent about a year working on House Bill 3393.
The Oklahoma Senate passed a bill that that would allow anyone over 21-years-old without a felony conviction to carry a handgun without a license Wednesday night.
Gov. Mary Fallin signed $7.6 billion budget bill into law Monday.
Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin has signed legislation designed to shrink the state's prison population.
A deal on taxing wind energy we first reported on last week has died, and lawmakers have since passed a more controversial wind energy bill.