More Oklahoma School Districts Allowing Armed Teachers In Response To ShootingsOne year after a gunman took 17 lives at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, the number of Oklahoma school districts now allowing teachers to be armed in the classroom appears to have increased significantly. The Valentine's Day tra
Oklahoma Governor's Mansion In Dire Need Of RepairsGovernor Stitt is planning to move his family from Tulsa to Oklahoma City this summer, once his kids are through with school, but it's not clear at this point just where he will move them. That's because the traditional residence for the state's chief exe
Who Is Kendra Horn? 1-On-1 With Oklahoma's First Democratic CongresswomanOne week into her new job, Oklahoma Congresswoman Kendra Horn, D-5th District, may be glad that her orientation, as she recently described it, was like being "in the middle of a whirlwind, drinking from a firehose." With pressure mounting for an end to th
9 Investigates: Patients Struggle To Get Coverage For Proton TherapyIn a state not known to be a leader in medical care, Oklahomans might consider themselves fortunate to have two centers that offer proton beam therapy, a still relatively rare cancer treatment that is generally believed to be safer.
Commission: America Is Facing A 'Growing Crisis Of National Defense'America is facing a "growing crisis of national defense." That's one of several troubling conclusions reached by the bipartisan National Defense Strategy Commission, whose co-chairs went before the Senate Armed Services Committee on Tuesday.
New Polling Tool Shows How Voters React To Candidate's Opinions
With Election Day now less than two weeks away, amid indications that the race for Governor is tightening up, a new 'dial test' is providing a better understanding of what voters like about the two major candidates, and what they don't like.