- Ex-Okla. House Speaker Privett dies at 89 Updated: Dec-07-13 6:38 pm
- Former Okla. senator found guilty in bribery case Updated: Dec-05-13 4:47 pm
- Okla. Senate Republican from Yukon won't run again Updated: Dec-05-13 11:58 am
- Okla. House Republicans meet for annual retreat Updated: Dec-02-13 5:29 pm
- Group formed to fight Okla. pension overhaul Updated: Nov-20-13 7:06 pm
- Oklahoma City legislator cancels gun law study Updated: Nov-11-13 11:07 am
- Study looks at training for Okla. county officers Updated: Nov-07-13 3:21 am
- Oklahoma lawmaker wants death row organ donations Updated: Nov-06-13 4:08 pm
- Okla. lawmaker to refile earthquake insurance bill Updated: Nov-06-13 3:19 am
- Okla. House hearing held on Common Core resistance Updated: Nov-05-13 8:49 pm
NORMAN, Oklahoma - Former Oklahoma House Speaker Rex Privett has died at age 89.
OKLAHOMA CITY - A former Democratic state senator from Oklahoma City was convicted Thursday for her role in a bribery scheme in which she was accused of agreeing not to run for re-election in 2010 in exchange for a state job.
OKLAHOMA CITY - A Republican state senator from Yukon says he won't seek re-election to his Senate seat in 2014.
TULSA, Oklahoma - Members of the 72-member-strong House Republican caucus are meeting in Tulsa this week to lay the groundwork for the upcoming legislative session.
OKLAHOMA CITY - While Republican legislators set the stage Wednesday for an overhaul of Oklahoma's public pension systems, groups representing public school teachers, firefighters and prison workers flexed their political muscle with the formation of a coalition to fight some of the proposed changes.
OKLAHOMA CITY - A Democratic state representative from northeast Oklahoma City says he's canceled plans for a study of the state's gun laws because several gun rights groups declined to participate.
OKLAHOMA CITY - An Oklahoma lawmaker plans to convene a legislative study improving the training requirements for elected county officials.
OKLAHOMA CITY - A state lawmaker says he wants to give Oklahoma's death row inmates a chance at redemption by donating their organs before their execution.
OKLAHOMA CITY - Following a rash of earthquakes, a state lawmaker says he plans to file a bill to require insurance companies to notify Oklahomans whether their policies cover property damage caused by earthquakes.
OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma's decision several years ago to approve a set of education standards known as Common Core drew bitter criticism on Tuesday from a group of parents, teachers and legislators who want to stop the new standards from going into effect next year.