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The Texoma Report 5-26-2021

12 hours ago

As we approach the 100th commemoration of the Tulsa Race Massacre, KOSU teamed up with NPR's Next Generation Radio to highlight the experiences of people in the aftermath of what's believed to be the single worst incident of racial violence in American history.

The Texoma Report 5-20-2021

May 26, 2021

To beat back the COVID-19 pandemic, vaccines don’t just need to be available. They must be administered. Vaccine sites have to beat back the COVID-19 pandemic, vaccines don’t just need to be available. They must be administered. Vaccine sites have to be organized and coordinated. Before that, testing and treatment were the focus. It took not just professionals, but volunteers, many of whom have been on the job since the crisis started. e to be organized and coordinated. Before that, testing and treatment were the focus.

The Texoma Report 5-13-2021

May 20, 2021

Coronavirus restrictions were especially hard on Oklahoma’s prisoners. But hundreds of incarcerated women used a long distance writing program to connect with people outside prison walls. 

The Texoma Report 4-27-2021

Apr 30, 2021

Federal regulators have again signed off on the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, after a small number of clotting cases led to a pause.

Gov. Kevin Stitt signed three major anti-abortion bills on Monday. 

A bill aimed at promoting civility during local government meetings has been signed into law. 

Some major reforms are coming to Epic Charter School that will keep the virtual behemoth open. 

The Texoma Report 4-21-2021

Apr 30, 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.

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