OKLAHOMA CITY â€“ Governor Mary Fallin Tuesday issued a burn ban effective immediately for much of the western half of the state because of extreme weather conditions and extraordinary fire danger. The governor’s burn ban supersedes any county burn bans currently in place. It expires at midnight on Feb. 16. Additionally, four counties in eastern
State Superintendent Joy Hofmeister appeared in studio during Tuesday’s “K101 Morning Show” to talk about public education in Oklahoma alongside with Woodward Public Schools Superintendent Kyle Reynolds.
Oklahoma U.S. Senator Jim Inhofe appeared on Thursday’s “K101 Morning Show”.
Oklahoma U.S. Congressman Frank Lucas joined Thursday’s “K101 Morning Show”.
Elk City-native Joel Taylor, the star of Discovery Channel’s “Storm Chasers” died at the age of 38 Tuesday, this according to his friends on social media. The cause of death is not known at this time. Taylor studied meteorology at the University of Oklahoma before joining the show in 2008.
Oklahoma Republican gubernatorial candidate Kevin Stitt appeared on Tuesday’s K101 Morning Show.
Oklahoma U.S. Senator James Lankford appeared on Thursday’s “K101 Morning Show”.
The Oil Center Classic will tip off next Thursday, Jan. 4 at Woodward High School’s Boomer Fieldhouse and run through Saturday, Jan. 6. The field will feature Leedey, Waynoka, Balko, Turpin, Forgan, Sharon-Mutual, Mooreland and Shattuck. All the games can be heard on Z92, 92.3 FM and z92online.com. Thursday Matchups: GIRLS Leedey vs. Waynoka 10am
Oklahoma U.S. Congressman Frank Lucas was on Thursday’s K101 Morning Show to talk about the GOP tax bill, which passed through both the House and Senate and awaits President Donald Trump’s signature.
The first-ever early signing period began Wednesday morning in college football. Oklahoma saw over a dozen 4-star commits sign and send their national letters of intent Wednesday morning. Oklahoma State received 20 letters, 18 of which have come from 3-star recruits. Both schools will see their 2018 class include local talent from Oklahoma, from schools