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Sen Stephanie Bice balks at Medicaid expansion, wants ACA replacement

OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma’s fifth congressional district is a close race to watch. According to SoonerPolls, State Senator Stephanie Bice (R) is leading in...
Senator James Lankford

Former Republican to Lankford: “How can we trust you?”

Republican Senator James Lankford might have felt like he just couldn't catch a break Tuesday night in the second of five sessions of his...
March for our Lives 2018 Chanting students

Youth “call B.S.” on NRA influence at March for Our Lives OKC

The loud call and response chants of one group of high-school students at the March for Our Lives in Oklahoma City Saturday seemed to...

OKC restaurateur Sean Cummings running for Ok Democratic Party Chair

Off to an early start, Sean Cummings is running for Chair of the Oklahoma Democratic Party. He believes the party needs better messaging.

OKCPS Board Chair race goes to runoff between Henry and Lewis April 6

The current OKCPS Board of Education Chair Paula Lewis had two challengers for her seat Tuesday and now it's down to one.
MAPS 4 passes

MAPS 4 gets largest percentage approval in half-century of sales tax votes

The MAPS 4 tax proposal intended to fund 16 different projects passed by the largest margin in the last half-century in Oklahoma City Tuesday.
Senator Kay Floyd

OKC senator picked by state Democrats to lead caucus

Oklahoma Senate Democrats elected Senator Kay Floyd, D-Oklahoma City, to be their next caucus leader for the 57th Oklahoma Legislature after John Sparks, D-Norman,...
Sheriff Chris West

“I rebuke every bit of it” says Sheriff Chris West about attack on Capitol

Canadian County Sheriff Chris West confirms that he was at the "Save America" rally but disavows insurrectionists who broke into the Capitol.
José Cruz

Stone’s resignation from HD 89 will cause special election early in 2020

Shane Stone announced Tuesday that he would be stepping down from his Oklahoma House District 89 seat in Oklahoma City at the end of December.
Kendra Horn

In loss to Stephanie Bice, Kendra Horn says “We’re not done yet!”

The Congressional District 5 race was a close one the reality of the evening was that Stephanie Bice will be the next one in that seat.