Oklahoma Senate approves making looting a felony
OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma Senate has approved legislation that makes looting a felony in Oklahoma. The Senate passed the measure 36-1 Tuesday evening and sent it to the House for consideration....
Forecasters: Posting weather alerts online beneficial for residents without radio, TV
OKLAHOMA CITY — Melody Holeman has no TV and lives in such a rural part of the Oklahoma Panhandle that she can’t even pick up a signal on the weather radio that the Red Cross gave her. When powerful storms barrel through the area, Holeman ...
Five things to know about warnings
NORMAN — Here are five things to know about tornado warnings as the spring severe weather season approaches: 1. Warnings are issued an average of 15 minutes in advance: Warnings are issued 15 minutes before a tornado develops, on average, ...
Nearly 33K sign up in Okla. under care act
TULSA — Nearly 33,000 Oklahomans have selected health plans under the federal Affordable Care Act....
Oklahoma House approves rural housing tax credit
OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma House has approved legislation to create a tax credit for low- and moderate-income housing in rural areas....
Senate approves pay raise for Oklahoma troopers
OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers would get a pay increase of as much as 20 percent under a bill that has passed unanimously in the state Senate....
Former OSBI agent charged with computer crime
OKLAHOMA CITY — Authorities say a former Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation agent has been charged with two felony counts after prosecutors accused him of stealing answers for a certification test for law enforcement....
Oklahoma House OKs guns in school parking lots
OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahomans with a permit to carry a handgun could keep their weapon locked inside their vehicle on public school campuses under a bill approved by the Oklahoma House....
Grass fires burn in central Oklahoma
OKLAHOMA CITY — Firefighters in central Oklahoma were battling grass fires in Edmond and just southwest of Oklahoma City....
Bob Wills Day at Okla. Capitol set for March 19
OKLAHOMA CITY — The halls of the Oklahoma State Capitol will be filling with the sound of music next week in honor of Bob Wills. March 19 marks the annual Bob Wills Day of celebration at the capitol. Fiddlers and other musicians will ...
- More State/Region Headlines
- Oklahoma Senate approves making looting a felony