Lawton, OK – It's the "Cameron Centennial Moment," an Oral History Project in conjunction with Cameron University and KCCU, dedicated to broadcasting perspectives from current and former students, alumni, faculty, staff, and others that were impacted by Cameron University.
The Cameron Centennial Moment will air every Friday until the conclusion of the Centennial Year at 7:30 in the morning and 4:30 in the afternoon.
Oklahoma City, OK – Oklahoma Republican House Speaker Chris Benge is expected to remain in the post when House Republicans gather at the state Capitol today to select a leadership team for the next two years.
But changes could be made to the rest of the Republican leadership team following Tuesday's general election in which they added four more seats to their 57-vote majority in the 101-member House.
Benge, of Tulsa, was chairman of the powerful House Appropriations and Budget Committee when he was elected speaker in January.
Austin, TX – U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison isn't ready to say whether she will run for governor in 2010, but she said she doesn't think resigning from the Senate before her term ends at the end of 2012 would hurt Texas in Congress.
Talking with reporters after speaking yesterday at a luncheon hosted by the University of Texas, the Republican said she believes, quote, ``that if I did decide to step down in order to run for governor, that Texas would be actually well positioned because John Cornyn will have had a full term.''