“Men can eat them,” she said. “They just have the extra ingredients a normal cookie doesn’t have.”
Earlier this year, Oklahoma Sen. James Lankford in an Oklahoma City newspaper called for an end to wind energy federal tax credits.
Retracting the industry’s only tax credit remaining after 2016 will force wind developers to move their jobs and dollars to more business-friendly states, such as Kansas and Texas.
Daniel Wade quit his day job to find a way to impact clean energy demands and make ocean water drinkable.
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Nathaniel Batchelder warns of needed changes in order for humans and nature to successfully coexist.
Oak & Ore, 1732 NW 16th St., will begin pouring the beer at 6 p.m. At 8 p.m., Energy coach Jimmy Nielsen and Anthem president Patrick Lively will stand on the bar to unveil the beer’s fan-chosen name.
Mayor Mick Cornett’s new documentary gives an intimate look at the struggles OKC overcame to reinvent itself.
OKC group Oklahoma Creative hosts this year’s World Creativity forum, which features international innovators and entrepreneurs.
In one of America’s conservative capitals where oil and gas flows heavily through the local economy, the reversal of a local energy company’s plan to drill near Lake Hefner was a rare win for progressives.