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Stories with person: Mary Fallin
  • Late OU linebacker's mother targets prescription drugs 
    Updated: Aug-31-15 5:16 pm

    OKLAHOMA CITY - The mother of a University of Oklahoma football player who died of a prescription drug overdose shared the story of her son's death to help launch a public campaign Monday aimed at bringing awareness to the problem of prescription drug abuse.

  • Requiem Mass for slain Oklahoma Labor Commissioner Costello 
    Updated: Aug-29-15 4:35 pm

    EDMOND, Oklahoma - Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin, Tulsa Mayor Dewey Bartlett and U.S. Reps. Jim Bridenstine and Markwayne Mullin were among those attending Requiem Mass for slain state Labor Commissioner Mark Costello.

  • The Latest on Oklahoma stabbing: Fallin praises Costello story has photos
    Updated: Aug-24-15 5:07 pm

    OKLAHOMA CITY - The latest on the fatal stabbing of Oklahoma's labor commissioner (all times local):

  • From politics to policies, Askins tackles biggest challenge story has photos
    Updated: Aug-22-15 2:02 pm

    OKLAHOMA CITY - She's been a judge, a state legislator, the head of a state agency, Oklahoma's lieutenant governor and her party's choice to serve as the state's chief executive.

  • Illinois man to be executed in Oklahoma scrutinizes evidence 
    Updated: Aug-16-15 4:22 pm

    GALESBURG, Illinois - An Illinois man scheduled to be executed next month in Oklahoma for his role in a 1997 killing is raising questions about his case, telling a newspaper in his hometown that Oklahoma is going to "kill an innocent man."

  • Judge strikes down Oklahoma law restricting abortion drugs 
    Updated: Aug-10-15 3:39 pm

    OKLAHOMA CITY - A judge struck down an Oklahoma law Monday that required doctors to follow label instructions when prescribing abortion-inducing drugs, finding the rule is unconstitutional because it doesn't apply to other kinds of medication.

  • Oklahoma governor says she is opposed to emission cut plan 
    Updated: Aug-03-15 5:55 pm

    OKLAHOMA CITY - Some of Oklahoma's top political leaders criticized President Barack Obama's plan Monday to fight climate change by cutting carbon dioxide emissions at power plants, saying it would likely increase electricity costs for consumers and harm the economy.