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A white nationalist movement takes credit for the outcome of the presidential election.
Newly elected members to the Oklahoma House and Senate are sworn in amid calls for change.
State Superintendent Joy Hofmeister is charged with violating campaign finance laws.
Lawmakers consider passenger rail service, and future funding for the Heartland Flyer.
Oklahoma is going to great lengths to preserve water and find new sources for the future.
A new budget for state government slashes appropriations for most agencies.
Controversial remarks by Donald Trump haven't shaken his support in Oklahoma.
Oklahoma's state treasurer warns of another hole looming in next year's budget
White nationalists targeting Oklahoma Universities for new members.
Undocumented workers face uncertainty about their future under a new administration.
Journal Record senior reporter Sarah Terry-Cobo discusses changes at Williams Companies.
Youth Services of Tulsa is reaching out to homeless young people.
Lawmakers try to raise awareness about the diabetes epidemic in Oklahoma.
Oklahomans bid farewell to rock legend Leon Russell.
Newly elected state lawmakers take their oaths of office and face major issues ahead.
Pawhuska Oklahoma is seeing an economic boom thanks to the opening of the Mercantile.
A BUILDING WHERE KAREN SILKWOOD ONCE WORKED ON PLUTONIUM RODS FINDS NEW LIFE.
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Oklahoma Watch forum discusses criminal justice reform proposals.
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.
A preview of The Oklahoma News Report for Friday, August 5, 2016.
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