September 23, 2016
Special | 27m 40s
As charges are filed against a Tulsa police officer for shooting an unarmed black man, questions remain about the facts of the case. A new study ranks Oklahoma fourth in the nation in the rate of women killed by men. A lack of insurance coverage and a critical shortage of doctors are blamed for Oklahoma's poor health rankings. And Journal Record Editor Ted Streuli reviews the week in business.
Aired: 09/22/16Video has closed captioning.