A bill that would have added sexual orientation and gender identity to the state’s workplace discrimination law will not receive a hearing in committee this year.
Ward 8 is where Oklahoma City meets the suburbs.
Oklahoma City’s school board wants to better understand the tax increment financing (TIF) process, especially as the city considers expanding it.
Oklahoma’s 55th legislative session kicked off last week as the governor doubled down on her inaugural address themes.
“I think I have an opportunity to reflect and rest,” said Dorman just a few months after terming out of his House role and losing his state governor run.
For the majority of Oklahoma children, paying attention in class competes with thoughts about their next meal, faded clothes or whether a parent will be at home after school.
Mayor Mick Cornett spoke on Bloomberg TV about his view of President Obama’s State of the Union address and what makes OKC an economic success.
A majority of Oklahoma students are living in poverty, which is not an easy challenge for schools to address on their own.
For the past few years, dozens of blogs, a Sunday night Twitter chat and the #oklaed hashtag have given educators a voice in Oklahoma education
For the last five years, a strong energy sector has allowed Oklahoma’s economy to grow faster than the nation’s as a whole.