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Rural Oklahoma school districts are back to school – in person

The districts are among the earliest to be back in session across the country amidst the coronavirus pandemic
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Oklahoma State University took his name off a building, but Alfalfa Bill Murray can still be found across the state

OSU actions raise questions of former Oklahoma governor's legacy
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Oklahoma State Board of Education punts on mask mandate for schools

By 4-3 vote, members say they prefer masking be a local decision
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Researcher: Covid-19 infection rates 5 times higher in U.S. Prisons

Data analyzed by a Johns Hopkins University researcher suggests people incarcerated in state and federal prisons are at higher risk of catching Covid-19 and of dying from the disease.

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Oklahoma public health officials move to collect their own coronavirus data

Oklahoma City-County Health Department raises concerns about state-reported figures
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Defund police vote exposes deep divisions in Norman

Norman is the only one of Oklahoma’s three largest cities where leaders were swayed to redirect funding after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

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Surge in coronavirus hospitalizations raises concerns among health officials

Capacity could soon be an issue
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Tulsa educators share five tips for how teachers, parents can talk about race with kids

In a wide-ranging interview they encourage dialogue with children, consuming diverse stories and acknowledging race
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Pandemic isolates Oklahoma domestic violence victims

Covid-19 made it harder for some domestic violence victims to find safety from their abusers. Victim advocates also fear they may experience more severe violence in their isolation.

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