The Texoma Report 6-9-2021

Jun 21, 2021

The Oklahoma Office of the State Treasurer reports May’s gross receipts are showing the state economy continues to recover from this time last year, when the pandemic was raging.

The Cherokee Nation announced on Monday that it has filed it's 1000th case in tribal court following last year's McGirt v. Oklahoma ruling. 

Don’t forget to get out of the house this Saturday morning! The Lawton Farmer’s Market will be hosting Kid’s Day from 8-noon. 

The Texoma Report 6-7-2021

Jun 21, 2021

Prisons around the state briefly locked down and cancelled visitation over the weekend after a prisoner at North Fork Correctional Center in Sayre seriously injured multiple other prisoners. 

Rain and abnormal cloud coverage leading to unfavorable drying conditions is delaying the wheat harvest in some parts of Oklahoma.

The 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre left nearly 10,000 people homeless in what’s considered one of the worst incidents of racial violence in U.S. history. 

The Texoma Report 6-4-2021

Jun 4, 2021

Senate 1033 impacts medical marijuana guidelines and is now in effect after Gov. Stitt signed it into law last week. One of the biggest changes the bill calls for the Oklahoma State Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs to develop plans with the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Association to find illegal activity. 

Drought conditions are intensifying across much of the western U.S. 

Mark your calendars for Saturday the 12th! The Big Drive is coming to town at 67th and Cache Rd!  

The Texoma Report 6-3-2021

Jun 4, 2021

Oklahomans struggling with substance abuse no longer have to wait to get into some of the most intensive treatment for addiction. 

The Texoma Report 6-2-2021

Jun 4, 2021

About 500 people gathered across the street from the Greenwood Cultural Center as President Biden gave his remarks on Tuesday afternoon marking the 100 year anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre.

Oklahoma’s managed Medicaid plan hit a legal roadblock on Tuesday.

Meat processing company JBS was sidelined over the weekend after a cyberattack. 

A painting plundered by Nazi soldiers will be coming to Norman this summer.