Wednesday Feb 19
Out-of-state trips precede Oklahoma Senate vote
Several Oklahoma legislators accepted expenses-paid trips to Miami and Las Vegas from a group that wants to change the way the U.S. elects a president, but because the travel was sponsored by a nonprofit group, rather than traditional lobbyists, there's no requirement for the lawmakers to disclose the trips to the public.
Oklahoma City educators help students face problems inside, outside the classroom
The Taft Middle School math teacher often tutors struggling teens after school and then drives them home because there's no one to pick them up.
A Sharp Rise In Earthquakes Puts Oklahomans On Edge
Chad Devereaux works at cleaning up the bricks that fell from his in-laws' home in Sparks, Okla., in November 2011, after two earthquakes hit the area in less than 24 hours.
Sparks OK's flood control contract
The project will begin on the west side of Greg Street and end within Larkin Circle, just east of Madison Avenue, the city reported in a news release.