Oklahoma’s budget woes have only deepened.
Mayor Mick Cornett recently announced he will not be seeking re-election, and many have already thrown their names into the ring.
This is called “when all else fails, read the instructions.”
Until recently, it was still illegal to dance within 500 feet of a school or church in one small Oklahoma town.
Oklahoma City Thunder basketball star Steven Adams appeared on ESPN’s The Jump and talked about food and New Zealand.
Red Drummond’s The Pioneer Woman Mercantile is attracting about 6,000 visitors per day to the tiny town of Pawhuska.
Members of a group of lawmakers and religious leaders want to pass legislative bills to protect Oklahomans from high-interest payday loans.
An Oklahoma senator wants to put two bills on hold because he thinks voters didn’t know what they were voting for.
These kinds of bills show how shortsighted our state representatives are. They should repeal all the tax breaks that were given, mostly to their wealthy donors, even to the oil companies, including subsidies.
Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb recently announced his resignation from Gov. Mary Fallin’s Cabinet.