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DURING an interview last week, U.S. Rep. Steve Russell recalled his initial conversations about Oklahoma with representatives of a California company that was looking to expand.
A California-based jet-powered drone manufacturer is moving at least 350 employees and part of its engineering, design and manufacturing operations to Oklahoma City, company and state leaders said Friday.
OKLAHOMA CITY -- A California-based aerospace company, Kratos, will be locating their next expansion in Oklahoma City, officials say.
Governor Mary Fallin and U.S. Representative Steve Russell made the official announcement Friday afternoon, where they unveiled the name of the company.
GOVERNMENT officials seldom appear bothered by throwing taxpayer money down a hole. That's not a new observation, but its validity is reinforced by Rep. Steve Russell's latest “Waste Watch” report.
Russell, R-Choctaw, highlights dubious government spending several times each year and his latest report focuses on federal Farm Bill abuses.
Oklahoma's national parks will reopen fully, and its federal employees will dodge further furloughs after the first federal government shutdown in a half-decade came to an end.
The Senate voted overwhelmingly Monday to pass a three-week government funding bill and the House followed soon after, ending the three-day shutdown.
Rep. Steve Russell joined the KOCO 5 studios to discuss his latest “Waste Watch” report on what the government is spending taxpayer dollars on.
WASHINGTON — Here is how Oklahoma’s members of Congress voted on key bills and amendments last week.
OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) — With a new “Waste Watch” report and a new round of controversial comments coming from the President, Oklahoma Congressman Steve Russell stopped by FOX 25 to talk about the issues affecting Oklahomans in the nation’s capital.
U.S. Rep. Steve Russell urged President Donald Trump to apologize for referring to several nations as “s---hole countries” during immigration talks Thursday.