With Election Day now less than two weeks away, amid indications that the race for Governor is tightening up, a new 'dial test' is providing a better understanding of what voters like about the two major candidates, and what they don't like.
The University of Oklahoma's new president, James Gallogly, has been blunt in his assessment of the school's financial standing:
James Gallogly's first action as president of the University of Oklahoma this summer spoke volumes -- he fired several of his renowned predecessor David Boren's top executives, including all of the senior financial officers.
NextEra Energy is currently putting up wind turbines out in southwest Canadian County, as part of the company's Minco IV wind farm.
A Florida-based energy company continues to put up wind turbines in western Oklahoma, despite a request from the state to 'cease and desist.'
Lawmakers took a big step this year toward keeping the good teachers in the classroom by giving them a raise.
The actions of a Florida-based energy company are proving to be a test case for a new law intended to protect what many believe is Oklahoma's most valuable military asset -- air space.
It is a small town mystery that has gripped the state — a dedicated pastor’s mutilated body found in the sanctuary of her church.
For close to two years now, we've heard almost nonstop talk of Russia's meddling in the 2016 Presidential election. But what you may not have heard is Russia has also been interfering in something that hist close to home here in Oklahoma.
For students hoping to earn a college degree, choosing the right school is important, and can hinge on any number of factors.
Experts in developmental and behavioral pediatrics, including researchers at the OU Health Sciences Center, have put their finger on a potentially powerful counterbalance to the negative effects of childhood adversity.
By all accounts, Kendra Adams is an excellent mother to her 5-year-old twins. Adams has homeschooled her kids and taken her role as teacher quite seriously.
DHS workers are blowing the whistle on Oklahoma's Child Protective Services, saying they are overburdened with extremely high caseloads and the state is covering it all up to comply with a court order.
More evidence is coming to light showing that scientists at the Oklahoma Geological Survey were pressured not to publicly connect the state's dramatic increase in earthquakes with oil and gas activity.
Starting another business was the last thing Jerry Dupree wanted to do.
“Maybe into my second week when I was kind of pulled aside, ‘don't be alone with this member, don't be alone with that member.
When state lawmakers passed legislation in 2013 that replaced the old Workers' Compensation Court with an administrative Workers' Compensation Commission, the business community thanked them for fixing what many felt was a broken system.
Oklahoma loves its veterans.