The gubernatorial race is neck and neck.
Former Oklahoma City mayor and gubernatorial hopeful Mick Cornett spent much of Wednesday on the phone trying to drum up support and money for his campaign, but also answering questions about what's become kind of a dirty campaign.
The State Department of Health has released its revised rules to regulate medical marijuana.
The Oklahoma Supreme Court Monday afternoon heard arguments about whether to repeal tax increase to fund teacher pay raises.
A legal fight is looming after the governor signed a controversial adoption bill into law.
The legislature gavels out after a marathon 15-month session that included a teacher walkout and the highest tax increase in the history of the state. “
The Oklahoma House has given final approval to a bill that would grant legal protections to faith-based adoption agencies that don't want to place children in homes with same-sex couples.
A bill to change the way juvenile killers are sentenced is on its way to the governor’s desk. But not without controversy.
The agency that polices the state legislature says lawmakers are cutting their funding out of revenge.
A bill that would have ended the tax rebate on wind energy saving the state $70 million every year failed in the state Senate.
A spiritual leader from Nevada has delivered a Hindu prayer to open the Oklahoma Senate as the legislative body observes an interfaith week.
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.
The state Senate passes a massive $7.5 billion spending plan that includes raises for teachers and more money for the classroom.
The state House of Representatives passed a controversial bill that would allow anyone over 21-years-old without a felony conviction to carry a handgun without a license Wednesday.
The state legislature is close to passing a spending plan weeks before the deadline and without any cuts to state agencies.
The State House of Representatives passed a bill that could change the way underage killers are sentenced.
With the teacher walkout officially over, state lawmakers are setting their sights on criminal justice reform, properly funding mental health and substance abuse treatment.
The State House of Representatives is close to a deal on taxing the wind industry.
The state legislature passed seven bills aimed at reducing the prison population and saving Oklahomans money.
You could call this day ten of the teacher walkout. Even though the state’s largest teachers’ union, the Oklahoma Education Association, ended the walk out Thursday, hundreds of teachers returned to the Capitol Friday.
The Oklahoma Education Association (OEA) is now putting a dollar figure on their demands.
After a lot of debate and decisions Friday in the State Senate, the walkout will continue into next week. OEA said lawmakers till need green-light more funding, by ending capitol gains tax deductions and approving the hotel/motel tax.
Day number four of the teacher walkout, and there may be a light at the end of the tunnel.
It’s been a busy week at the capitol, as lawmakers passed that first-of-its-kind tax plan to fund teacher raises. But less than 24-hours after reaching an agreement, they were back at each other's throats.