While the law, which went into effect July 1, is designed to stop trains from blocking railroad crossings for more than 10 minutes, some note its many exemptions still could allow trains to legally clog intersections for 20 minutes or longer.
In December, Oklahoma had 141 rigs. The state ended last week at 100, said Chad Warmington, president of the Petroleum Alliance of Oklahoma. He said he expects that number will continue to drop.
Gov. Kevin Stitt’s down-to-earth leadership style coupled with his charisma and business acumen is changing the way the state’s top executive office operates and is perceived, observers say.
U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe, R-Oklahoma, said a Senate committee is set to consider a measure this week that would provide additional funding and secure the border.
A Cleveland County district judge said Monday he’s hopeful lawyers will be able to reach an agreement by July 1 so an $85 million opioid settlement agreement can finally be reached.
Joe Allbaugh had just watched his agency oversight board elect new leadership when he suddenly asked to use a personal point of privilege.
NORMAN — A Cleveland County judge Monday said he won’t approve Oklahoma's proposed settlement agreement with an Israel-based pharmaceutical company until the state provides more information.