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7 hrs ago | KRMG-AM Tulsa
While Gov. Mary Fallin and legislative leaders waited for the completion of an independent study on state employee pay, House Speaker T.W. Shannon approved more than a quarter of a million dollars in annual pay increases for his staff, according to House documents released Monday.
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The Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management remains in contact with emergency managers in the affected areas and with disaster response, recovery agencies, to include the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Oklahoma Department of Transportation, Oklahoma National Guard, Oklahoma State Department of Health, Oklahoma Office of Homeland Security, Oklahoma ... (more)
A new study on employee compensation shows state workers in Oklahoma earn less than their counterparts in other states or the private sector, but also enjoy a far more generous benefits package.
Freezing rain and gusty winds up to 30 mph are expected across Texoma over the next few days.
A winter storm swept through Oklahoma on Friday, bringing snow, ice and bone-chilling temperatures, and leading to at least two deaths.
The order specifies that all state agencies "will aggressively oppose any future attempt by the federal government to force the state to adopt standards that do not reflect Oklahoma values."
TRENTON A national Democratic group that stayed mostly silent during the New Jersey governor's race has begun targeting Gov. Christie as he begins his new role as chairman of the Republican Governors Association.
Oklahoma's Emergency Price Stabilization Act is now in effect with the declaration by Gov. Mary Fallin of a state of emergency due to a winter storm moving across the state.
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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.
Marianne Schnall's 8-year-old daughter, Lotus, asked that simple question back in 2008 during a family conversation about the country's first African-American president.
TRENTON - Gov. Chris Christie leaves late Thursday afternoon for his first out-of-state fundraising trip as chairman of the Republican Governors Association - and liberal groups have noticed.
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."
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.