The Pawnee Nation is taking oil and gas companies to tribal court and seeking compensation for damages due to earthquakes.
The third annual Muslim Day at the Capitol gave participants a chance to speak to their lawmakers about concerns in person.
Former Feed the Children CEO J.C. Watts sounded an alarm that led to an ongoing investigation of the internationally famous nonprofit.
The result: three Republicans, all “humble and loyal family men,” according to their websites.
House Bill 1123 would enhance trespassing laws, and House Bill 2128 would hold protesters and individuals or entities that financially aid them liable for property damage.
An Oklahoma Representative made national news recently for making Muslim students fill out a problematic questionnaire in order to meet with him.
A man was caught on camera trying to steal bacon from a local grocery store.
All politics are local. Oklahoma Gazette launches a impact news series examining how federal policies, budgets and programs impact everything from metro arts and education to critical infrastructure. By Laura Eastes Cover Chris Street
Homes built to Fortified Home High Wind and Hail standards can withstand wind speeds up to 135 mph.
Oklahoma’s budget woes have only deepened.