High fire danger returns Wednesday, while concerns about a strong winter storm in Colorado for the weekend are increasing.
Fire danger continues in southern Colorado, while snow is in the forecast for later in the week.
As businesses and families look for ways to recover from the COVID-19 economic downturn, a favorable tax structure and fewer government regulations are bringing more of them to Oklahoma.
Fire danger continues for southeast Colorado Monday and Tuesday.
Twenty Republican attorneys general argue that HR1, the "For the People Act," which passed the U.S. House late in the night on Wednesday, is unconstitutional.
Oklahoma is working to ensure its Unemployment Insurance (UI) Trust Fund stays over a certain threshold to avoid tax increases on businesses after jobless claims surged throughout the state, creating payouts in 2020 that were more than the previous 10 years combined.
With weeks to go before the start of spring, southeast Colorado remains dry. Warmer temperatures, along with expected strong winds, are bringing high fire danger to the plains.
The National Weather Service has issued a red flag warning due to the risk Saturday. The warning will be in effect from 11:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. for Cheyenne, Kiowa, Otero, Bent, Prowers and Baca counties. Eastern Las Animas county is also included.
Oklahoma small businesses continue to navigate the economic downturn caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Oklahoma's film production sector has continued building on growth that has some industry watchers comparing it to Atlanta as a top U.S. filming destination.
Amid record cold temperatures and skyrocketing energy demand, utilities across the central U.S. have ordered rolling blackouts to ration electricity, leaving millions of people without power.