2018: A Visual Remembrance

For Oklahoma Watch, 2018 was the year when we plunged into visuals. Whether it was the elections, the teacher walkout or stories on education, the death penalty, drug addiction or a rural hospital closing, we enveloped you in imagery,

In One Minute: The Race for Corporation Commissioner

Three people are running for an Oklahoma Corporation Commission seat in the Nov. 6 general election ballot. In this short video, learn their names and what the purpose of the Corporation Commission is.

Many Opioid Addicts Shut Out of Sober-Living Homes

Addiction-recovery homes across Oklahoma are turning away people who are trying to escape opioid addiction by taking medications considered highly effective for recovery. Use of Suboxone and similar medications is common, but many residents of the state’s Oxford Houses believe that complete abstinence is the only way to truly beat addiction.