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Supreme Court decisions, flooding, and the shrinking state budget in Oklahoma.
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Body cams, health care subsidies, political parties and a smaller legislature.
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Recent heavy rains have damaged Oklahoma's flood control dams, this week on ONR.
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Receiving mental health care in Oklahoma now means getting sicker, quicker.
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Flooding leaves officials facing millions of dollars in road repairs, this week on ONR.
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Oklahoma gets a preview of the 2016 presidential race, this week on ONR.
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New proposals are introduced to pay for controversial museums in Oklahoma City and Tulsa.
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Tornado outbreaks and their effect on people in tornado-prone areas, this week on ONR.
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Hundreds of thousands of Oklahomans suffering from mental illness can't get health care.
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Work to improve public education in Oklahoma continues, this week on ONR.
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The killing of an unarmed suspect draws national and state scrutiny this week on ONR.
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The fate of the American Indian Cultural Center hangs in the balance, this week on ONR.
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Teachers rally for increased funding amid concerns about budget cuts, this week on ONR.
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OU President David Boren announces the results of an investigation into a racist chant.
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Advocates for justice reform propose ideas to reduce Oklahoma's high incarceration rate.
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O.U. students speak out against racism after a racist chant goes viral, this week on ONR.
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Oklahoma teachers quitting leads to a growing teacher shortage, this week on ONR.
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A bill threatening the Oklahoma Open Records Act undergoes a rewrite, this week on ONR.
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Low oil prices roil the economies of Oklahoma's energy-dependent cities this week on ONR.L
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Budget issues dominate the first week of the legislative session, this week on ONR.
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A revenue shortfall spurs action on Oklahoma's budget process, this week on ONR.
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State prison overcrowding, bill filing, and changing the legislature, this week on ONR.
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This week on ONR, a last minute appeal fails to stop an Oklahoma execution.
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Low oil prices and flu season impact the state.
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