Food Banks Are Flush, But Choices Limited at Many Pantries

Food intake doubled at Oklahoma’s food banks over the past year – the result of a federal program designed to buy up products from farmers affected by responses to U.S. tariffs. The flows of fresh goods are welcome, but the downside is many local pantries can’t accept the surplus and their food choices have narrowed.

Reported Rapes Climb, But Many Sexual Assaults Still Go Undisclosed

In the decade of the #MeToo movement and widespread revelations of sexual abuse, more women are reporting incidents of sexual assault to authorities, studies show. But the era of silence isn’t over. In this mixed-media report, Oklahoma Watch examines the continuing problem of the significant underreporting of sexual assaults.