Season 1: Dollars for Dimes

Efforts to collect criminal fines and fees have been ramped up to help fill the funding gap. But is that process cost effective? The problem of costly efforts to collect fees from criminal defendants has caught the attention of state and local leaders who are pushing for changes. Jenifer Reynolds found a case that everyone seems to agree was - as the old saying goes - penny wise and pound foolish.

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OETA Presents

Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence 2021

The Okla. Foundation for Excellence honors the top 100 high school students in the state.

Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence 2021

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OETA Presents

Tulsa Race Massacre: 100 Years Later

The success of Black Wall Street, the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, and hope of the future.

Tulsa Race Massacre: 100 Years Later

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OETA Presents

Race in Oklahoma

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Race in Oklahoma

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OETA Presents

Oklahoma State of the State 2020

Governor Kevin Stitt's State of the State address.

Oklahoma State of the State 2020

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OETA Presents

This is Oklahoma Country

Meet Oklahoma’s up and coming country music artists on OETA

This is Oklahoma Country

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OETA Presents

Resilience

The Oklahoma City Bombing

Resilience

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OETA Presents

Keeping the Peace

Citizens, police, and pastors share behind the scenes experiences that help keep the peace

Keeping the Peace

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OETA Presents

Dollars for Dimes

Is ramping up efforts to collect criminal fines and fees really cost effective?

Dollars for Dimes