Legislation aimed to lessen surprise medical bills passed Tuesday out of the Oklahoma House of Representatives with a unanimous vote of 93 to 0.
The Office of Management and Enterprise Services would like to clear up misconceptions about the use of appropriations from the Lottery Trust Fund.
A pursuit by a deputy with the Texas County Sheriff's department ended with a rollover wreck resulting in injuries of the driver and one passenger on Monday evening.
A bill that seeks to ban abortions in instances of certain birth defects passed out of the House this afternoon with a vote of 67 to 16.
Governor Mary Fallin today praised the Oklahoma Senate for its approval of eight bills addressing improvements in the criminal justice system.
In honor of American Diabetes Alert Day, March 28th, the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) wants Oklahomans to check their risk of developing prediabetes.
Legislation that would authorize a state income tax credit for daycare expenses incurred by families of deployed military personnel sailed through the House of Representatives on Monday.
Governor Mary Fallin today announced today that former Oklahoma Commerce Secretary Dave Lopez is re-joining her Cabinet to fill the vacant position of secretary of state.
Lopez will begin his new duties Monday, March 27. His appointment still must be confirmed by the Oklahoma Senate.
When it comes to reaching students who may need education the most, it is often about more than just putting more work in inside the classroom.
It's a tale many teachers are familiar with: students might read for their assignments during the school year, at school. When they're at home, all too often, reading ceases. During the summer, no time is spent with books at all.