The Texoma Report 4-16-2021

Apr 16, 2021

The Oklahoma Blood Institute would like to invite you to their Spring Fling Open House to meet new executive director, Christi Chambers.

The Lawton/Fort Sill community is very proud of Freedom Elementary for being the first school in Oklahoma to receive the purple star award. 

The Texoma Report 4-15-2021

Apr 16, 2021

A bill that would allocate resources, collect better data and be a resource for Indigenous families when their loved ones go missing is headed to the governor's desk for a signature. 

The Oklahoma Department of Corrections is making more progress than many states vaccinating prisoners and employees against COVID-19.

The Texoma Report 4-14-2021

Apr 16, 2021

A bill to help Oklahomans be better able to afford their insulin will soon be on the governor’s desk after receiving final passage from the Senate Monday.

Oklahoma health officials say the pause on Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccines won’t hamper supply statewide.

Texas Secretary of State Ruth R. Hughs is encouraging all eligible Texas voters to take advantage of the early voting period ahead of the May 1st election, which begins on Monday, April 19th and ends on Tuesday, April 27th. 

The Texoma Report 4-13-2021

Apr 16, 2021

Oklahoma health officials are halting distribution of the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine after six people out of 7 million recipients developed rare blood clots.

The Texas Department of State Health Services announced its next priority category for COVID-19 vaccinations, Group 1C. 

In February, The state Senate introduced a bill that would ban trans students from playing on the sports team that aligns with their gender. 

The Texoma Report 4-9-2021

Apr 13, 2021

Oklahoma is one of the first states to open its vaccine program to all adults, regardless of where they live.

If you're the outdoorsy type and are looking for something to do this weekend, head out to Medicine Park for the Fools Dozen Mountain Bike Race and Festival.