Undated – Here is the latest Oklahoma sports news from The Associated Press
STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) Joseph Randle set career-highs by running for 152 yards and four touchdowns as Number 3 Oklahoma State beat Baylor 59-24 on Saturday. Cowboys' wide receiver Justin Blackmon matched a career best with 13 catches for 172 yards and two scores. Defensive back Brodrick Brown recovered two fumbles as OSU forced five Baylor turnovers in Stillwater.
Tulsa, OK – Tulsa still dealing with corrupt cops fallout
TULSA, Okla. (AP) It's been more than two months since the last of five Tulsa Police officers went to trial on numerous corruption charges, but the city appears a long way from moving forward from the scandal.
Oklahoma City, OK – Oklahoma agency approves transmission project
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) The Oklahoma Corporation Commission has granted public utility status to a Texas company that wants to build an electricity transmission system from wind energy farms in the Oklahoma Panhandle to Tennessee.
The three-member commission voted 2-0 Friday to give Clean Lines Energy of Houston status as an electricity transmission-only public utility. Commissioner Patrice Douglas was absent.
TULSA, Okla. (AP) The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is releasing nearly $40 million to the Cherokee Nation after Oklahoma's largest American Indian tribe allowed descendants of slaves its members once owned to vote for a new chief.
Oklahoma City, OK – Oklahoma County DA says he will not step aside
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) District Attorney David Prater says he does not plan to step aside as Oklahoma County's chief prosecutor while the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation looks at allegations of misconduct during his 2006 campaign.
Prater said Friday there is no need for him to step aside. He denies any wrongdoing and blames unspecified "enemies" for the OSBI investigation.