Oklahoma City schools students are already in their first full week of classes under a new calendar which calls for shorter summer breaks, but longer time off in fall, winter and spring.
Automobile manufacturers met in Oklahoma City on Wednesday to look at a Multi-State Natural gas Vehicle Initiative to create more CNG cars for state fleets.
DA Prater says the Pardon and Parole Board may have voted to release inmates earlier than legally allowed.
Moving from a temporary re-authorization to a permanent one.
Another edition of Oklahoma Revealed takes Ben Allen to the one of a kind destination.
How one guy manages 40 plus players and coaches, and at least as many media.
A counter to Wednesday’s show of support for the fast food chain.
Private prisons, a potential health care exchange, a spike in deaths on oil and gas fields, and a former minister, now a professional clown, all heard on KOSU this week.
With the recent announcement about Car Talk ending production this fall and the feedback we received in our recent survey, we’ve decided it’s time to start exploring the next generation of public radio programming, and we want your help.
KOSU publishes new five-year strategic plan.