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What happened to Nex Benedict?
Mar 15,2024
Prosecutors said Thursday that they will not pursue charges in the death of Benedict,...
Vigils held nationwide for nonbinary Oklahoma teen who died following school fight
Feb 26,2024
Nex Benedict, a 16-year-old who identified as nonbinary, got into an altercation with...
In this Oklahoma town, almost everyone knows someone who's been sued by the hospital
Jan 19,2024
U.S. hospitals face growing scrutiny over aggressive debt collection tactics. At one...
An Oklahoma judge ruled a man who spent 48 years in prison for murder is innocent
Dec 20,2023
Glynn Simmons, 71, was released in July after prosecutors agreed that key evidence in his...
Oklahoma restricted how race can be taught. So these Black teachers stepped up
Nov 22,2023
After Oklahoma Republicans targeted public school lessons on race and gender, some Black...
Economic hardship threatens Oklahoma's historic Black towns
Nov 19,2023
Historic Black towns on Indian Land in Oklahoma are looking for ways to attract tourists...
Oklahoma is promoting a history curriculum using videos by conservative group PragerU
Sep 08,2023
Oklahoma has joined Florida in allowing videos from the conservative group PragerU in...
A program in Oklahoma uses art to re-integrate women recently released from prison
Jul 29,2023
Women who are soon to be released from prison in Oklahoma get help with the transition by...
An 11-year-old boy caught a fish with 'human-like teeth' in an Oklahoma pond
Jul 19,2023
A boy in Oklahoma reeled in an alarmingly weird catch this past weekend: a pacu, the...
Oklahoma judge throws out a suit seeking reparations for the Tulsa Race Massacre
Jul 09,2023
The decision by Judge Caroline Wall dashes an effort to obtain a measure of legal justice...




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