The Texoma Report 4-21-2021
Oklahoma’s medical community is continuing its fight against the state’s plan to partially privatize Medicaid.
The Norman city council voted for a second time Tuesday to divert nearly a million dollars from its police department into accounts that could be used for social services.
Intrastate crowdfunding is now legal in Oklahoma after Governor Kevin Stitt signed Senate Bill 568 on Monday.
A group of Republican lawmakers are proposing a school funding plan that will nullify a controversial settlement announced by Oklahoma’s State Board of Education and fix funding disparities between charter and traditional public schools.
Oklahoma's only school for homeless students has had to get creative to stay safe and educate amid the coronavirus.