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Despite calls by several Oklahoma legislators to address hundreds of millions of dollars in state tax credits and exemptions for businesses and industries, little has been done as another session approaches its end.
Gov. Mary Fallin is proposing a last-minute legislative change to the state's Insure Oklahoma program that would direct $50 million in state tobacco taxes to pay for more than 9,000 Oklahomans who are expected to lose their health insurance under the program.
Backers of a museum devoted to Oklahoma popular culture say they're still hopeful state lawmakers will approve $40 million to help build it.
Unlike the small, clandestine labs we see in Oklahoma, Mexican meth is made in super labs, where they don't produce grams or pounds, but tons of meth.
The average price for a gallon of gasoline in Oklahoma City has jumped at least 34 cents over the past month while the national average has added less than a dime.
The Senate on Wednesday unanimously approved a resolution honoring U.S. District Judge Vicki Miles-LaGrange, Oklahoma Supreme Court Justice Tom Colbert, Court of Criminal Appeals Judge David Lewis and Tulsa County District Court Judge Carlos Chappelle.
A Shawnee native who was 1 of the nation's first astronauts - Gordon Cooper - is being honored by the Oklahoma Senate.
"It was just for the fun of it," this young mother said. "I liked the effect of it and then I couldn't stop." Then Morgan started working at a doctor's office where she said she stole a prescription pad and forging her own prescriptions.
A bill designed to make low-price retail events like "Black Friday" sales legal in Oklahoma has been approved by the Oklahoma Senate.
Sen. Tom Coburn of Oklahoma on Tuesday circulated a letter where he and five GOP colleagues explains circumstances in which he won't allow legislation through the Senate quickly by unanimous consent using the chamber's "hotline" system.
Public schools across the state would be able to "opt out" of many state mandates under a bill approved by the Oklahoma House.
Gov. Mary Fallin: The governor signed bills to lower the income tax rate, repair the state Capitol and raise driver's license fees.
A consulting firm hired by Oklahoma to help answer the question of how to insure 200,000 people without health coverage told the state's Medicaid board that an existing program could be used to build a broader system by 2015.
Despite new online scheduling capabilities and occasional Saturday appointments, frustration with the state department that administers driver's license testing continues to boil over.