The Texoma Report 4-8-2021

Apr 13, 2021

The Oklahoma Democratic Party is demanding an apology from Republican Representative Jim Olsen for suggesting he would rather be an alive slave than a dead baby because, as he stated, “the fight to end abortion is more important than the fight to end slavery.” 

Six Stillwater Public Schools parents sued their  district last fall to try and force it to conduct school fully in person. 

After a grueling year, the promised beginning of the end of the COVID-19 pandemic has come. But as 

The Texoma Report 4-7-2021

Apr 13, 2021

Allegations of sexual assault on the Fort Sill Military Base have prompted an investigation by the US Army Criminal Investigation Command. 

The state senate seat once held by now-Congresswoman Stephanie Bice was up for reelection on Tuesday.  

Members of the Oklahoma House Democratic Caucus and the Oklahoma Legislative Black Caucus recognized the Norman High School girl’s basketball team on the House floor Tuesday.

The Texoma Report 4-6-2021

Apr 6, 2021

A new national P-S-A campaign is targeting communities like Republicans and White Evangelicals who polls show are likeliest to reject the COVID-19 vaccine. 

The Texoma Report 4-5-2021

Apr 6, 2021

The Oklahoma City Police Department has released video footage of last Saturday’s hostage takeover at the Oklahoma County Detention Center.

The City of Lawton has put together a new committee addressing Youth and Family Affairs. It is a nine person committee, headed up by Ward 7 Councilperson, Onreka Johnson.

Oklahoma has reached another vaccination milestone as the CDC updates travel guidances for people who've received both shots. 

The Texoma Report 4-2-2021

Apr 6, 2021

The annual Easter pageant at the Holy City in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge was in danger of discontinuing due to the pandemic. 

Mountain Metro Ambucs is bringing back Trykes and Treads this year to raise money for adults and children with physical disabilities to provide them with Amtrykes. Cynthia Sosa and Linda Mask are excited to bring this popular event back to the public after last year’s hiatus.