U.S. District Judge Robin Cauthron dismissed a lawsuit by American Atheists Inc. concerning the Ten Commandments monument at the state Capitol.
City officials are on the lookout for a new location for the MAPS 3 convention center.
Valley Brook is home to a new club, but you can’t buy alcohol there and clothes aren’t exactly a requirement.
Sen. Nathan Dahm is spending his time trying to repeal a bill that made watermelons the state vegetable in 2007.
The Oklahoma City Zoo is welcoming two Asian elephants from Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle, but not everyone is happy about it.
A proposed bill could raise fines and prison sentences for thieves caught stealing from farms and ranches.
Two men from California were arrested in OKC because police discovered about $30,000 worth of weed in their car.
Sen. Joseph Silk wrote Senate Bill 440 because he’s afraid the LGBT movement is infringing on religious convictions.
Jim Inhofe threw a snowball at someone on the Senate floor to make a point and prove that global warming doesn’t exist.
Freedom from Religion Foundation is taking steps to uphold the law and protect Oklahoma children and the separation of church and state.