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The daughter of Oklahoma's governor is defending a photo of herself wearing a Native American headdress, though the picture was removed from social media sites after criticism that it was insensitive.
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EDMOND, Oklahoma - An Edmond doctor is under fire for allegedly injecting patients across Oklahoma with a mysterious formula called the "Jesus shot."
Two-thirds of Oklahoma's energy needs could be served by wind power by 2050 under an ambitious 50-state plan to transition to renewable energy by a Stanford University professor.
Some of the nation's biggest corporations - including Google, Facebook, Starbucks and Pfizer - say laws in Oklahoma and other states banning same-sex marriage pose administrative burdens and force them to violate their principles.
State Rep. Terry O'Donnell, R-Catoosa, authored the bill. It reduces the penalties for teens exchanging sexually explicit messages and/or photos via electronic devices.
The devastation left behind from the May 2013 disaster brought a group of people together wanting to give back to the community.
The 29 Democrats in the Oklahoma House of Representatives have agreed to support a Senate-backed measure to spend $40 million to complete an unfinished American Indian museum in Oklahoma City.
An Oklahoma group that supports a set of education standards known Common Core is delivering a petition to state legislators signed by more than 7,000 Oklahomans who support the standards.
The Oklahoma Senate has approved a bill that prevents girls younger than 17 from buying the so-called morning-after pill without a prescription.
March is here and the annual serving of hoops mania it's known for is right around the corner.
UPS announced on Wednesday it will buy 1,000 propane-fueled trucks to deliver packages in Louisiana, Oklahoma and other yet-to-be-determined states and install 50 fueling stations initially at UPS locations.
Oklahoma's mental health commissioner Terry White says more than 600,000 people in the state are impacted by mental illness.
Individuals carrying large quantities of prescription drugs would face drug trafficking charges under legislation approved unanimously by the Oklahoma House of Representatives.
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The Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board has rejected the request of a death row inmate convicted of the rape and murder of an 11-year-old girl to commute his sentence to life in prison.
The CEO of Tulsa-based Eagle Energy Exploration has returned to long-time backer Houston-based Riverstone Holdings LLC for a pledge of at least $300 million to hunt for oil and natural gas acreage to buy, develop and eventually sell.