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1 hr ago | KSWO
Nearly a month after a directive by Gov. Mary Fallin changed the way the Oklahoma National Guard handles marriage benefits, Guard officials say the change has caused little disruption.
Do gun control laws need to be more or less strict than they are now?
Should states lower the drinking age to 18?
3 hrs ago | Freshnews
The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma has partnered with Watertree Health, a leading provider of FREE Prescription Discount Cards, to help fight hunger and to build healthier communities.
8 hrs ago | Fox 23
Data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics says Oklahoma women earned 83 percent as much as their male counterparts in 2012.
11 hrs ago | KRMG-AM Tulsa
The conference, sponsored by Oklahoma State University's Center for Applied Economic Research, will begin Wednesday morning at the Metro Technology Center at Springlake Campus.
Matt Pryor at his insurance office in Oklahoma City. Business at Pryor's Oklahoma City office has been brisk following temblors that struck near the city of Edmond, Okla.
I'm as materialistic as anybody. That new iPad? I want it. A couple of soft sweaters to ward away Oklahoma's winter chill? Please and thank you.
Many citizens of Oklahoma believed that they were stopping Obamacare when they voted in favor of State Question 756 in November 2010.
If Hobby Lobby persuades U.S. Supreme Court justices that it shouldn't have to pay for some forms of birth control because it would violate religious principles, well, the end would be near in terms of women's health care! So say liberals who are wringing their hands over the prospect of Hobby Lobby winning its case.
For the past dozen years, Oklahoma government and groups have spent more than $70 million in federal money on a marriage program originally aimed at reducing the state's high divorce rate in hopes of fighting poverty.
The Oklahoma History Center is slated to unveil a special Saddam Hussein exhibit to mark the 10th anniversary of the former Iraqi dictator's capture.
Gov. Mary Fallin is warning state agency heads to look for ways to save money amid more than $60 million in mandatory spending increases on health care and reports of lackluster collections to the state's general revenue fund.
After decades of little seismic activity in Oklahoma, earthquakes have become more common in the last several years.
It's become a predictable routine at Matt Pryor's insurance agency: An earthquake rumbles through Oklahoma, rattling dishes and nerves.
The scientist is a member of the Coagulation Biological Laboratory at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation and is part of a collaboration to study how blood clots.
November is considered a fall month climatologically, but it certainly did its best to look like a winter month during 2013.
The Affordable Care Act isn't just about access to primary care physicians and prescription drugs.