Ryan Keisel and Neva Hill talk about Planned Parenthood and waste in government
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A style of theatre popularized a hundred years ago in France is debuting in Oklahoma City just in time for the Halloween season.
City Arts Center wanted the atmosphere to match the artwork, and they got that.
Attorney General Scott Pruitt gives out a $20,000 check to a Tulsa family as part of the $18.6 million settlement with five national banks.
During a drought, water in the state is precious and a ballot question before voters would allow the water resources board to get bonds to maintain Oklahoma’s water.
Neva Hill and Kristopher Masterman take on education
A former Tennessee Department of Human Services Deputy Director gets a job offer to take over DHS in Oklahoma.
A shift to European style bike system gets attention of cycling community at Oklahoma State University
Sidewalks no longer have designated bike lanes, and some are concerned if the change will work.
A flock of newcomers need places to stay, and construction of new houses is barely enough.