Slater said complaints of judges being impartial toward a contributor are rare or nonexistent in Oklahoma. Slater also said he felt the practice was to be expected.
James Roller of the Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Association and Whitney Pearson of the Oklahoma chapter of the Sierra Club talk about last week’s article in the New York Times about Attorney General Scott Pruitt’s relationship with the energy industry
Kelly Fry was nervous, proud, scared and a little teary-eyed.
Many gun supporters and organizations, like the NRA, have claimed their right to bear arms has come under attack in recent years, but polling and gun sales show that support for guns has never been higher.
A privately operated passenger rail line between the Tulsa and Oklahoma City metros will begin in the spring, and OKC city officials have expressed a desire to see the train reach downtown.
Silicon Valley, New York City and the Pacific Northwest might get attention for being regions of innovation and progress, but the Sooner State holds its own as a creative center, and the world is taking notice.
Robert Neu has embraced a role of speaking forcibly on state education policies, taking advantage of the platform few other district superintendents across Oklahoma have.
The Douglass High School playoff controversy shows it can be easier to draw attention to inequality on the football field than in the classroom.
Oklahoma City, which has also seen a boost in startups over the past several years, has some of the slowest Internet speeds in the nation, according to data compiled by the website Gizmodo.com.
Sen. Brian Crain, R-Tulsa, and other Republicans called on federal lawmakers to work towards immigration reform in the coming months.