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Tensions grow after a Tulsa police officer is acquitted.
As the session goes down to its final days, lawmakers may be closing in on a budget deal.
With time running out, lawmakers have yet to agree on how to fill the state's budget hole.
Small oil says it's losing out to big oil as fracking wipes out their wells.
Facing the threat of budget cuts, lawmakers begin to take action on revenue raising bills.
Oklahoma's Medicaid system is facing even bigger budget cuts this year.
Distraught educators gear up for a fight as lawmakers struggle to fund education.
Legislative leaders question a move to raid the state's rainy day fund.
Oklahoma utilities going ahead despite Trump move to dump the CPP
DHS in Oklahoma may have to reduce or end programs that serve the elderly because of the S
ECapitol news director Shawn Ashley discusses the latest on budget talks at the capitol.
Oklahoma's budget crisis sparks concerns for residents of the state's nursing homes.
The Journal Record's Ted Streuli discusses an investigation of new EPA head Scott Pruitt.
Another anti-abortion bill clears the Oklahoma House
ECapitol News Director Shawn Ashley discusses legislative deadlines at the capitol.
Oklahomans may soon have the opportunity to vote on allowing Sunday liquor sales
Watch ONR Friday, January 20 at 7 p.m. on OETA-HD.
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On the next ONR many are wondering what's next for healthcare.
A BUILDING WHERE KAREN SILKWOOD ONCE WORKED ON PLUTONIUM RODS FINDS NEW LIFE.
Watch ONR Friday, November 4 at 7 p.m. on OETA-HD.
Oklahoma Watch forum discusses criminal justice reform proposals.
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