The Raw Story
Oklahoma lawmakers: No Satanist monument because 'this is a faith-based state'
Oklahoma lawmakers are appalled that Satanists would try to erect a monument in their state capitol, but their decision to include a monument to the Ten Commandments of the Christian Bible's Old Testament may have placed the state on shaky legal ground.
Oklahoma leaders say satanic monument unlikely
In this Nov. 15, 2012 file photo, a woman takes a picture of a granite monument engraved with the Ten Commandments after it was erected on the north side of the state Capitol grounds in Oklahoma City.
The Miami Herald
Oklahoma chief information officer to step down
Oklahoma's first chief information officer who helped lead a consolidation of the state's computer and information technology systems is leaving to take a similar post in Oregon.
Ethiopia, Nigeria should deepen bilateral ties
Addis Ababa December 04/2013 The governments of Ethiopia and Nigeria should work hard to deepen bilateral cooperation, a Nigerian Official said.
Bribery trial set for 2nd ex-Oklahoma lawmaker
A former Oklahoma lawmaker is scheduled to go to trial in connection with an alleged bribery scheme in which another former state lawmaker has already been convicted.
Oklahoma "United We Ride" Website Encourages Public Transportation Use
The Governor's Oklahoma United We Ride Council recently launched a new public transit information website at http://www.unitedweride.ok.gov .
Taylor concedes defeat in Tulsa mayoral race
Kathy Taylor lost the race to become the next mayor of Tulsa on Tuesday night, losing by a sizable margin to incumbent Dewey Bartlett .
The Heartland Institute
Lawsuit Attacks Special-Needs Scholarships in Oklahoma
The case, Oliver et al. vs. Barresi , would kill benefits allowing Oklahoma's special-needs students to access systems of their choice.