Phone Giveaway Program Target of US House Hearing Next Week

A U.S. House Energy and Commerce subcommittee plans a hearing next week on a move by some Representatives to rein in the FCC’s controversial Lifeline Program, the one that involved give-a-way cell phones. It’s the program that FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai…

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California Teachers System Wants to Hold Continental Resources Accountable for Methane Emissions

The recent controversial massive gas leak in California that forced the evacuation of thousands of residents is apparently having a spillover effect on one Oklahoma City oil and gas company. After increasing its stake to more than $3 million in s…

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High Wind Warning for Much of Oklahoma

A high-wind warning is out for western Oklahoma today as the National Weather Service says some winds could top 55 miles an hour in the northwestern part of the state. Winds will be sustained at 20 mph or more throughout the day. Combined with dry cond…

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SunEdison Close to Bankrtupcy

While speculation grows that the Missouri solar power firm called SunEdison is close to filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, the firm has been sued by one of two of its subsidiaries and accused of breach of contract and fiduciary duty.

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SunEdison Close to Bankrtupcy

While speculation grows that the Missouri solar power firm called SunEdison is close to filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, the firm has been sued by one of two of its subsidiaries and accused of breach of contract and fiduciary duty.
Tradin…

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Oklahoma Mayors Don’t Side with EPA in Clean Power Plan Fight

Of the more than 50 city and county governments from 28 states that recently filed a an amicus brief in support of the controversial EPA Clean Power Plan, not one was from Oklahoma.
But mayors in other energy states sided with the Environmental …

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Colorado Candidate Says God Causes Earthquakes—–Not Fracking

One of the candidates for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate in Colorado is taking heat for suggesting that fracking isn’t causing earthquakes—God does.
As reported, El Paso County Commissioner Peg Littleton is credited with making the …

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Senator Inhofe to Grill Nuclear Regulatory Agency Over its Budget

He’s been critical of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s budget in the past and this week, Sen. Jim Inhofe will have another opportunity to grill the four commissioners about their budget. As chairman of the Senate Environment and Public Works Commit…

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State’s Economy is Considered One of the Worst in the Nation

While Oklahoma struggles through oil company bankruptcies, tumbling prices and a massive state-government budget hole, the state’s ailing economy is one of the worst in the U.S.
A new report from a Washington, D.C.-based publication called State…

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Cheapest Gasoline in U.S. is in Oklahoma where the Average is $1.81 a gallon

Oklahoma has the cheapest gasoline in the U.S. according to the latest Fuel Gauge Report from AAA Oklahoma. The state’s new average is $1.81 or more than 5 cents cheaper than eleven days ago. South Carolina has the second lowest average at $1.85 …

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