The U.S. House passed the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act on May 13 with U.S. Rep. Jim Bridenstine, R-Oklahoma, voting for the bill.
Sen. Kyle Loveless, R-Oklahoma City, filed Senate Bill 838, (Personal Asset Protection Act) which is aimed at reforming a practice known as civil asset forfeiture which the government uses to seize assets like cash and vehicles alleged to be part of a larger crime.
Senate President Pro Tempore Brian Bingman has introduced legislation that would provide funding for construction of the Oklahoma Museum of Popular Culture, better known as OKPOP.
Governor Mary Fallin signed into law a measure designed to streamline the process of transferring prisoners from county jails to Department of Corrections (DOC) custody.
Calling it a victory for Oklahoma children in rural communities, State Sen. AJ Griffin said she was pleased that Gov. Mary Fallin had signed legislation into law to better protect kids throughout the state from sexual predators.
Much-needed leadership on the terrorist attack in Garland, Texas, on May 3 won't be forthcoming from President Obama.
Lawyers for the "Nonhuman Rights Project" have filed a lawsuit against The University of New York at Stony Brook on behalf of "Hercules" and "Leo" – two chimpanzees who are being "unlawfully detained."
A Barna Group survey showed that almost four in 10 U.S. adults are "unchurched" – those who have not attended a church service (except for a wedding, funeral, etc.) in the last six months.
Let's hope that that other states will follow the lead of Kansas and Oklahoma in banning dismemberment abortions. And let's hope the U.S. Congress will soon pass the Pain-Capable Unborn Protection Act, as the U.S. House is set to take it up.
Yay! We're No. 46! Or we will be on Nov. 1 when Oklahoma's law banning texting while driving kicks in, making us the 46th state to pass such legislation. But why wait? Avoid the rush. Stop texting now.
Last week was the beginning of what will be a series of articles regarding Tulsa's new proposed zoning code.
Monday is Memorial Day.
The State Chamber just sent to its members two reports from the Oklahoma Educated Workforce Initiative.
On May 6, there were radio and TV news reports of another oil unit train being derailed with a resulting fire that caused the evacuation of a small North Dakota town.
I am probably the only guy who has ever gained four pounds from eating fat-free yogurt. While most people have what they call a sweet tooth, I have been cursed with something called a sweet body.
This is a story you don't see everyday, and let's hope it becomes even less frequent. Domestic violence is no joke, nor is violence in general, but when it involves a same sex couple, we're not exactly sure how to respond.
The crowd at the running back position at Oklahoma is getting thinner.
Former Sooner TaShawn Thomas was one of 63 players who participated in the NBA Combine in Chicago last week.
Oklahoma State University President V. Burns Hargis has been named to the Board of Managers of the College Football Playoff.
If you've been wondering where the Tulsa Roughnecks have been, there's good reason. The team has not played a home match since April 16 and won't until May 30 - that's six weeks without a home match.
A Christian family combines hospitality with some of the best fly fishing in America in Southern Missouri
DORA, Mo. - Myron and Ann McKee have built an oasis in the Ozarks in Southwest Missouri that is famous for fly fishing but offers so much more.
BRANSON, Mo. – People like to look up to Janice Martin.
BRANSON, Mo. – There’s always something new in Branson but one thing is not new – a deep sense of patriotism and love for America.
BRANSON, Mo. – Two aspects of the production of Jonah by Sight & Sound Theater here are particularly striking.