Oklahoma’s interim health commissioner said the new hospital surge contracts are a better deal for taxpayers and allow the state to respond quickly to more localized outbreaks of the virus.
His company owed Oklahoma’s Land Office more than $207,000 in underpayments and interest on its leases. Now Gov. Kevin Stitt wants Elliot Chambers to run the Land Office.
Geoffrey Cowan’s family feared he would not survive the coronavirus when he was hospitalized in March. Surviving COVID-19 was the first step in a long recovery.
While the state warned of the “chaos waiting in the wings,” if Oklahoma lost the case, tribes and others opposing the state downplayed those concerns.
After three years, Epic Charter Schools has ended its management of the struggling school district in southeastern Oklahoma, capping a bold effort to introduce its blended education model to rural communities.
The release of Paycheck Protection Program data is as notable for what it does not disclose as for what it does.
Black and Hispanic lawmakers have historically been underrepresented in Oklahoma’s state legislature. Mauree Turner and Jose Cruz posted landmark victories in last week’s primaries that could signal change.
Oklahoma journalists share their stories of how they or their fellow Oklahomans are coping in these difficult times.
Six decades after she sat at an Oklahoma City lunch counter and ordered a hamburger and Coke, an icon of the civil rights movement wonders whether she is risking her life by doing the same thing today.
A photographer returning home to Oklahoma amid the pandemic heads to Cherokee country to portray the lives of women filling in the gaps.
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