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15 hrs ago | The Navajo Times
Christina Fallin, who is not Native American, wears a red-and-white feathered headdress in the post, which includes the phrase ``appropriate culturation.'
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20 hrs ago | KRMG-AM Tulsa
A giant earthen mound near the banks of the Oklahoma River curiously greets tens of thousands motorists each day at the busy crossroads of Interstates 35 and 40 near downtown Oklahoma City.
Yesterday | The Hill
From President Obama's recent budget announcement proposing a $68.6 billion hike in the federal tobacco tax to help pay for universal pre-K, to New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio , Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe , and governors and legislators nationwide, there is a clamor for universal pre-K.
Gov. Mary Fallin is honoring emergency medical services personnel and municipal fire departments for their efforts in saving cardiac arrest patients.
Some of the nation's biggest corporations - including Google, Facebook, Starbucks and Pfizer - say laws in Oklahoma and other states banning same-sex marriage pose administrative burdens and force them to violate their principles.
Meeting with Democratic governors at the White House, Obama sought to build momentum Friday for his effort to raise the federal minimum wage to $10.10 an hour by 2016.
Governor Fallin helps announce new jobs coming to Broken Arrow BROKEN ARROW, Okla.
The Republican-controlled Senate voted 30-17 for a plan to take the money from the state's Unclaimed Property Fund to help complete the sprawling American Indian Cultural Center and Museum at the crossroads of Interstates 35 and 40, south of downtown Oklahoma City.
A recent decision by Pittsburg County commissioners to vote against a countywide burn ban was based on a law brought to their attention the Oklahoma Department of Forestry, according to Kevin Enloe, director of Pittsburg County Emergency Management.
Mick Cornett swept to victory Tuesday night, overwhelming a spirited challenge by Ward 2 Councilman Ed Shadid to become Oklahoma City's first four-term mayor.
A proposal to create a cabinet-level position focusing on Native American affairs within the Governor's Office would be a positive step in improving the relationships between Oklahoma and its 39 tribes, tribal leaders say.
I'm glad that at least one statewide Republican leader has publicly asked for an actuarial study to determine the specific financial impact of a proposed and radical change to one state pension plan.