Gov. Mary Fallin brings together former Oklahoma Governors for an evening at the Mansion

Those taking part in Tuesday evening's dinner at the Governor's Mansion pose for a picture. Back row, from left, former Governors George Nigh and Frank Keating, former First Lady Kim Henry and former Governor Brad Henry, and former Governors David Walters and David Boren. Front row, from left, former first ladies Donna Nigh and Cathy Keating, First Gentleman Wade Christensen, Governor Mary Fallin, and former first ladies Rhonda Walters and Molly Shi Boren. Photo by Travis Caperton, LSB photographer

Gov. Mary Fallin brings together former Oklahoma Governors for an evening at the Mansion

OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Mary Fallin and First Gentleman Wade Christensen welcomed home five of Oklahoma’s former governors to their former official residence.

OU stadium renovation project demonstrates need for reform

OU stadium renovation project demonstrates need for reform

In a 2007 committee hearing, legislators received an important report containing cost-saving recommendations. One notable recommendation suggested that “tremendous ongoing savings” would be realized if higher education entities, including the University of Oklahoma, would collaborate with each other and state agencies in purchasing activities.

Senate Minutes: Earthquakes leave you feeling more than just a little shaken

Senate Minutes: Earthquakes leave you feeling more than just a little shaken

Statewide, there were 109 quakes in 2013 that were measured at a magnitude of 3 or higher.  In 2014, that number was 585.  According to the office of the Secretary of Energy and Environment, the pace of earthquake activity in Oklahoma has definitely accelerated this year.  The current average rate is approximately 600 times historical […]