Oklahoma City, OK – Attorney General Drew Edmondson says he's ``leaning'' toward running for governor in 2010.
Edmondson told the Tulsa World he's ``leaning more and more in that direction.''
He's already has raised nearly $300,000 for a 2010 re-election bid and that money could be transferred to a governor's race.
Governor Brad Henry cannot run again because of term limits.
Other potential Democratic candidates include Lieutenant Governor Jari Askins and Treasurer Scott Meacham.
Houston, TX – A lawsuit has been filed in state district court by a relative of three of the victims of the bus crash near Sherman -- seeking unspecified actual and punitive damages.
Lau Pham is suing the vehicle's manufacturer, owner and driver for negligence.
His wife was injured and his mother-in-law, Cham Nguyen, and sister-in-law, Catherine Tran, were among the 17 who died as a result of the accident early last Friday.
Lawton, OK – KCCU's David Meyer reports on TNA Wrestler "Black Machismo" Jay Lethal about how he got into the business, the hardships of being a wrestler and where his career stands today.
The event is Saturday at the Great Plains Coliseum. Bell time is 8pm. Ticket information is availiable at www.tnawrestling.com or the Great Plains Coliseum Box Office.
Lawton, OK – The average ACT scores of Oklahoma students mostly held steady this year while the national average fell slightly.
Oklahoma's average score of 20.7 is the same as last year and remains below the national average which fell by one-tenth of a point to 21.1 this year.
The highest average subject score for Oklahoma students is a 21.4 in reading. State students averaged a 20.5 score in English, a 20.4 score in science and a 19.8 in math.
Oklahoma City, OK – The commander of Oklahoma's 45th Infantry Brigade is being promoted to a top spot at the National Guard Bureau in Washington.
Brig. Gen. Myles Deering is being promoted to major general and will become director of manpower and personnel at the National Guard Bureau.
Deering currently is in Iraq as commander of 2,600 Oklahoma Army National Guard troops and will take his new post on Dec. 12, about two months after the soldiers return home.