Wednesday Mar 5
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Parts Of I-40 Closed In Beckham Co. Due To Crash Involving Semi Trucks
According to the Oklahoma Department of Transportation, just after midnight, crews shut down the westbound lanes of I-40 between Elk City and Sayre.
Gov. Fallin announces various appointments
The governor's office said Fallin has appointed Billy Sims of Mountain View; Loretta Turner of Broken Arrow and Shannon Ferrell of Stillwater to the Environmental Quality Board and Dr. Jenny Alexopulos of Tulsa to the State Board of Health.
State senator from Norman named minority leader
Democratic members of the state Senate have chosen Sen. John Sparks, D-Norman, to succeed Sen. Sean Burrage, D-Claremore, as the Senate minority leader.
Three U.S. Presidents Make Mark In Oklahoma Rocking Chair
On President's Day we give a salute to the men who've held the office. But for one family, they especially salute the three who found brief comfort from the rigors of the world's toughest job in the embrace of an Oklahoma rocking chair.
For U.S. cotton industry, it's all about staying positive
The U.S. cotton industry has taken a few hits from acreage decline, volatile markets, competing crops and strange weather in recent years, but for producers and others surveyed at the Beltwide Cotton Conference in New Orleans, it's all about staying positive.