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OKLAHOMA CITY — Utility regulators had few answers for ratepayers Tuesday when asked why consumers, instead of shareholders, should shoulder the burden for “astronomical” electricity costs resulting from February’s winter storm. They also could not — or would not — say who profited from the weather last winter that drove up prices and caused rolling power interruptions in order to prevent uncontrolled blackouts.

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EDMOND, Okla. — If you look at the price of oil in the last few days it appears as if something fell off a cliff.

April is National Safe Digging Month, and with millions of Americans now at home because of COVID-19, work outdoor projects is expected to sta…

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Lieutenant Governors often pay a role in promoting the state’s economic development. Four Republican candidates for Oklahoma’s next Lieutenant…