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Charges are filed against a Tulsa police officer for shooting an unarmed black man.
An overhaul of Oklahoma's workers' compensation system suffers another legal setback.
After a record-setting earthquake, scientists warn bigger temblors are still possible.
The stage is set for another legislative battle over reforming the asset forfeiture law.
Voters consider a state question to add the death penalty to the Oklahoma constitution.
Students in some Oklahoma schools will be spending fewer days in class this school year.
Oklahoma locks up more African Americans than any other state, this week on ONR.
A report shows Oklahoma's economic downturn has lasted longer than the Great Recession.
A critical shortage of doctors is blamed for Oklahoma's poor health rankings.
For now at least, the shaking near Pawnee Oklahoma has stopped.
Opponents say Oklahoma State Question 779, The Education Tax, will hurt the working poor.
A major overhaul of Oklahoma's workers' compensation system suffers another legal setback.
A new digital library gives schools the opportunity to improve learning and save money
Oklahoma has the eighth highest obesity rate among adults in the United States
A former Iranian ambassador discusses the Iran nuclear deal and Presidential politics.
The earthquake near Pawnee turns out to be the strongest one ever recorded in Oklahoma.
Oklahoma Watch forum discusses a proposed sales tax hike to help fund education.
Oklahoma Watch forum discusses proposed changes to state laws on beer and wine sales.
Prison sentences for African Americans, water rights, and tax revenue failure.
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On the next ONR, some smaller state parks face uncertain futures.
On the next ONR, African Americans continue to turn out to the polls in growing numbers.
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