Is a Teachers Strike Imminent?

The Oklahoma House approved cuts to education and other areas Monday, and many teachers appear to be fed up. There is talk of a strike, but could it happen and would it be legal?

For People of Color, Banks Are Shutting the Door to Homeownership

Fifty years after the federal Fair Housing Act banned racial discrimination in lending, African Americans and Latinos continue to be disproportionately denied conventional mortgage loans. Oklahoma City and Tulsa are among the cities with high disparities.

A Scorecard for Criminal Justice Reform

About a dozen new and holdover bills that would overhaul Oklahoma’s criminal justice system are in the legislative pipeline. Here’s a scorecard to keep track of what happens to the proposals.