- Gov. Fallin appoints Oklahoma City man to Career Tech board Updated: Sep-04-15 4:02 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - Gov. Mary Fallin has appointed an Oklahoma City man to the State Board of Career and Technology Education.
- Death penalty opponents urge governor to delay execution Updated: Sep-03-15 1:40 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - Family and supporters of a condemned Oklahoma death row inmate have delivered more than 250,000 online petitions to Oklahoma's governor, urging her to grant a 60-day stay of execution.
- Late OU linebacker's mother targets prescription drugs Updated: Aug-31-15 5:16 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - The mother of a University of Oklahoma football player who died of a prescription drug overdose shared the story of her son's death to help launch a public campaign Monday aimed at bringing awareness to the problem of prescription drug abuse.
- Requiem Mass for slain Oklahoma Labor Commissioner Costello Updated: Aug-29-15 4:35 pm
EDMOND, Oklahoma - Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin, Tulsa Mayor Dewey Bartlett and U.S. Reps. Jim Bridenstine and Markwayne Mullin were among those attending Requiem Mass for slain state Labor Commissioner Mark Costello.
- The Latest on Oklahoma stabbing: Fallin praises Costello Updated: Aug-24-15 5:07 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - The latest on the fatal stabbing of Oklahoma's labor commissioner (all times local):
- From politics to policies, Askins tackles biggest challenge Updated: Aug-22-15 2:02 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - She's been a judge, a state legislator, the head of a state agency, Oklahoma's lieutenant governor and her party's choice to serve as the state's chief executive.
- Illinois man to be executed in Oklahoma scrutinizes evidence Updated: Aug-16-15 4:22 pm
GALESBURG, Illinois - An Illinois man scheduled to be executed next month in Oklahoma for his role in a 1997 killing is raising questions about his case, telling a newspaper in his hometown that Oklahoma is going to "kill an innocent man."
- Judge strikes down Oklahoma law restricting abortion drugs Updated: Aug-10-15 3:39 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - A judge struck down an Oklahoma law Monday that required doctors to follow label instructions when prescribing abortion-inducing drugs, finding the rule is unconstitutional because it doesn't apply to other kinds of medication.