Here's your 3 p.m. cut-in with today's top stories around Green Country.
Early voting started today for the state primary elections and the medical marijuana question on the ballot.
The polls are open until 6 p.m. Thursday and they re-open at 8 a.m. Friday morning until 6 p.m., and again from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.
That's at all county election board offices.
About 100 Oklahoma teachers are running for seats in the state legislature - after walking out of their classrooms in demand of more education funding this spring.
Dozens of teachers are running as republicans to challenge the incumbents in their own parties.
They're especially targeting those who voted against tax increases that funded teacher pay hikes.
100 people are looking for new jobs after massive layoffs at a Tulsa media company.
PennWell publishing eliminated positions after being bought out by a UK based company.
More than 240 people will continue their roles at PennWell and about 100 will be transitioned into Clarion Events operations.
Tulsa police released the name of a woman killed in a hit and run crash last week.
Officers are still searching for the driver who hit Kimberlee Kidman near Admiral and Mingo.
Police say a woman crossed the street and a white pick-up truck hit her and drove off.
If you have information call CrimeStoppers.