Oklahoma residents’ most-used word on Match.com is oil.
From athletes to artists, professional funnymen to wordsmiths, these days, it’s easy to be grateful for opportunity, creativity and maybe even the quirkiness we sometimes otherwise might complain about.
Forty-one states allow off-site shipping of wine from wineries. Oklahoma, of course, does not.
Gas prices plummet, casting uncertainty on the future of Oklahoma’s lucrative oil and gas industry.
Oklahoma’s statewide petition process offers many challenges and confusing laws.
We need to look for sustainable ways to power our homes, businesses, schools and more in order to help keep Oklahoma on the fast track to a bright future.
Opponents to a fee on solar panel users will not get the issue before voters this November because they say they received bad information from the secretary of state.
From earthquakes to the state budget, the energy sector is as much a part of our state as natural gas and oil is to the ground under our feet.
Oklahoma City had the fifth highest economic output since 2012 of American cities.
Gov. Fallin announced a new council to look into the rise of earthquakes and the possible connections to oil and gas activity.