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Emily Ross walks home on the University of Tulsa campus in Tulsa, Okla., Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013.
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Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin today declared a State of Emergency for all 77 Oklahoma counties due to the winter storm impacting the state.
Governor Mary Fallin declared a State of Emergency for all 77 Oklahoma counties because of the winter storm hitting the state.
Governor Mary Fallin declared a State of Emergency for all 77 Oklahoma counties due to the winter storm impacting the state.
A national Democratic group that stayed mostly silent during the New Jersey governor's race has begun targeting Gov. Chris Christie as he begins his new role as chairman of the Republican Governors Association.
Gov. Mary Fallin signed an executive order Wednesday she hopes will address concerns of federal intrusion into schools, as well as create more rigorous and localized academic standards.
Oklahoma Forestry Services has announced that a total of $200,000 in grants have been awarded to rural fire departments across the state.
O'S ERIELLE RESHEF EXPLAINS WHY SOME LOCAL CHURCHES ARE EMBRACING A NEW POLICY. Look live intro: C0010 10:49 "the issue of same sex unions is a highly controversial onebut here in Oklahoma City more and more Episcopal churches are welcoming same sex couples to be blessed."
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.
Whether it's Oklahoma's conservative reputation or the national profile of its own Republican leaders, the Sooner State is proving to be a popular spot lately for GOP superstars.
A political party can be defined many ways, but it is essentially a group made up of people who believe in a particular philosophy.
Amy and Brandon Paulson and their six adopted children - all of whom are siblings - helped light the Christmas tree at the state Capitol with Gov. Mary Fallin, who called the Paulsons an "inspiration" for taking on the role as adoptive parents.
When Christi Gonzalez tried to gain custody of her nephew, the lines of communication between the American Indian tribe her nephew belongs to and the state Department of Human Services weren't open enough, she said.
Parents hate to see their kids treated like robots, forced to fit into the government's definition of equal and successful.
Gov. Mary Fallin said Monday that state agency heads should be looking for ways to save money in next year's budget, given reports of lackluster tax collections to Oklahoma's general revenue fund and the more than $60 million increase in mandatory health care spending the state will bear next year.