Headlines: MOAB's Oklahoma Origins, School Funding & Future of Food

Apr 14, 2017

Headlines for Friday, April 14, 2017:

  • Largest bomb ever used by the U.S. might have come from the Sooner State. (Tulsa World)

  • A state House employee who warned of “cross dressers” at the Capitol apologizes. (NewsOK)

  • A bill to protect teachers from lawsuits for teaching controversial issues heads to the State House. (Tulsa World)

  • The state Senate is considering legislation to create a more compassionate Parole Board. (Journal Record)

  • A new study casts doubt on the assumption that switching to a four-day school week will save money. (Journal Record)

  • A Bartlesville student wants lawmakers to fund education properly. (Tulsa World)

  • Union HS teacher’s poem gets featured on NPR. (Tulsa World)

  • Oklahoma students take Lego skills to a national competition. (Tulsa World)

  • Flu deaths reach 92. (Tulsa World)

  • Oklahoma exporters aren’t just manufacturers anymore. (Journal Record)

  • OKC-based Tapstone Energy plans to go public. (NewsOK)

  • Drug company looks to Oklahoma for cancer treatment. (Journal Record)

  • Enid conference focuses on the future of food. (Journal Record)

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