Matt Pinnell demands Dana Murphy resign

Lt. Gov. Candidate Matt Pinnell

Lieutenant Governor candidate Matt Pinnell in a press release called today for his fellow contender, Oklahoma Corporation Commissioner Dana Murphy, to resign from her position with the Commission because of the Corporation’s ongoing consideration of the Wind Catcher Energy Project — one of the largest cases in history — and, Pinnell asserts, her continuation of accepting donations from individuals and corporations she is constitutionally bound to regulate.    Continue reading

NASA toolkit promotes free satellite data

NASA’s Technology Transfer program has created an online resource to promote commercial use of data and the software tools needed to work with it.

While NASA’s policy of free and open remote-sensing data has long benefited the scientific community, other government agencies and nonprofit organizations, it has significant untapped potential for commercialization.  Continue reading

Free health screenings and immunizations

Tulsa Walmart stores will be helping families get a healthy start to the new school year with America’s largest single day health fair event.

Walmart Wellness Day will kick off the retailer’s busy back-to-school season in Tulsa on Saturday, July 21 beginning 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.   Continue reading

A.G. Hunter corrects Board on marijuana

Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter today advised the State Board of Health to convene a special meeting to amend the rules it passed regulating medical marijuana.

A.G. Hunter said his advice is faithful to and in accordance with the new law created when Oklahomans voted in favor of State Question 788.  Continue reading

Broken Arrow best for first home purchase

Buying the first home is an exciting and important milestone for many Americans and these purchases comprise 38% of all U.S. single-family home sales (2017).

To determine the most favorable housing markets for first-time buyers, finance web site WalletHub today released a report that takes the pulse of real estate in 300 cities of varying sizes using 27 key metrics.

The data set ranges from housing affordability to real-estate tax rate to property-crime rate. For the record you should know, the best place to buy in America is Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.  Continue reading