OKLAHOMA CITY – Officials with the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) are working to reverse a sharp increase in syphilis infections across the state by encouraging individuals to recognize the symptoms and seek free, confidential testing when needed.
WASHINGTON, DC — The Department of Justice has selected an additional 16 federally recognized Tribes to participate in the continued expansion of the Tribal Access Program for National Crime Information (TAP), a program that provides Tribal governments with means to access, enter and exchange data with national crime information systems, including those maintained by the FBI Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Division.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Recently Oklahomans have been calling and emailing my office in overwhelming numbers. They’ve been sending me copies of their utility bills. They’ve been stopping me in the parking lot, at stores and in the street. They’re angry, upset, and even tearful. These 2021 winter storm charges have just started hitting their already-inflated energy bills; they want to know what these are and how this happened.
OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma State Department of Education announced today that 90 Oklahoma high schools have received the College Success Award from GreatSchools.org. Now in its fifth year, the annual recognition honors public high schools that excel at preparing students to enroll and succeed in college, as determined by available data in each state.
OKLAHOMA CITY -— Oklahoma Attorney General John O’Connor is partnering with the Oklahoma Press Association to host open records and open meetings seminars in five locations across the state beginning Sept. 26.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Attorney General John O’Connor has announced the recipients of the 2023 Safe Oklahoma Grant, which distributed $2 million among 58 statewide law enforcement agencies including the The 8th District Attorney’s Drug Task Force, which received $10,388; Newkirk police, $5,000, and the Osage County Sheriff’s Office, $15,863.
SAN ANTONIO, Texas – Rep. Ken Luttrell, R-Ponca City, was elected to serve on The Energy Council’s Center for Legislative Energy and Environmental Research Board of Directors at the 2022 Annual Meeting last week in San Antonio, Texas.