Sheila Buck, a former elementary school art teacher, sued the city and other parties after she was arrested and forceably removed.
The governor says lawmakers' spending plan "is neither sustainable nor fiscally wise."
In an almost evenly divided U.S. House of Representatives, Brecheen said, 16 more Democrats voted for the bill than did Republicans, even though it was marginally a Republican bill.
The move to send up to 100 troops comes as other Republican governors have committed in recent weeks to sending troops to the nation's Southern border.
The governor says the bills extending by a year tobacco and vehicle registration compacts are an unconstitutional attempt to circumvent his authority to negotiate with tribes.
The all-Republican Oklahoma House delegation also split in a Wednesday night vote on the agreement.
About 64% of the roughly $10 billion invested through OPERS is held in funds controlled by financial firms that have been blacklisted by the state Treasurer's Office.
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The state Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled that the Turnpike Authority followed the state's Open Meeting Act when announcing its ACCESS Oklahoma plan.
The Tulsa Police Department’s new Real Time Information Center will access more than 200 video feeds from four sources: license plate readers, security cameras, traffic cameras and police cameras.
County commissioners have hired a firm to help explore options after they learned it would cost $55.4 million to $73.2 million to make the necessary structural repairs.
The nation’s highest court could soon decide whether a federal law meant to keep Indian children with their families and tribes is racist.
Some of Gov. Kevin Stitt's priorities fell to the wayside, and some culture war issues that grabbed headlines failed to gain traction as the session progressed.
Officials say rising costs associated with the pandemic and inflation are responsible for delaying the launch of the $24 million project.
The proposal would make a 190-mile stretch of U.S. 412 an interstate linking I-35 in Noble County to I-49 in Springdale, Arkansas.
"He did that last year. It didn't work out for him," Senate Pro Tem Greg Treat responded.
Appropriations bills including $18 million for the Tulsa museum were approved, but a third measure authorizing a revolving fund to hold the money was not taken up.
Lawmakers could return in a special session that began last week, should the governor veto portions of their $12.9 billion budget.
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The state Legislature on Thursday overrode several bills that the governor vetoed last month in an effort to pressure the Senate on tax cuts and an education plan.
For the time being, the high-tech crime-prevention operation is operating with a limited staff in a small conference room at City Hall.
The proposed spending plan for the upcoming fiscal year could set the stage for conflict between Gov. Kevin Stitt and the Oklahoma Legislature.
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The $814 million capital improvements package is set to go to Tulsa voters Aug. 8.
House Bill 1004x, which must still get through the Senate and survive Gov. Kevin Stitt's line-item veto authority, includes part of a record appropriation to Common Education, a $215-million housing program, money to complete a now-$100 million veterans center at Sallisaw, $18 million for Tulsa's unfinished OKPOP museum and a lot of other stuff.
The Oklahoma Broadband Office is hosting panels in 18 communities to gather information for the office’s five-year action plan to fill gaps in internet coverage.
Oklahoma’s 11 statewide officeholders could receive their first pay raises since 2008.
Lawmakers wheeled out a $12.9 billion appropriations package on Tuesday for the budget year that begins July 1.
Some of the ideas have been debated at length during this legislative session, while others popped up for the first time this week.
The governor says the bill would violate the government's separation of powers by giving legislative leaders the majority of the appointments on the agency's six-person governing board.
An international green energy company will build a solar panel manufacturing facility at the Tulsa Port of Inola in what is being called the largest economic development project in state history.