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Judge makes $107 million math error in Oklahoma’s opioid verdict

A judge in Oklahoma admitted to making a $107 million math error in his verdict in the state’s opioid case.

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Disagreements leave new Oklahoma criminal justice program in limbo

A pretrial release program helped Rogers County decrease its jail population, but the program had to shutdown after disagreements over who to release led the staff to quit.

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Lack of Funding Creates ‘Disparity’ in School Safety

With more mass shootings happening every year, protecting kids has become a priority for school administrators in Oklahoma. However, safety looks very different depending on each school district’s budget.

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Five Oklahoma hospitals collapsed – what happened?

At some rural hospitals in Oklahoma, a pattern of controversial businesses practices lead to big profits for the management companies – but high risks for vulnerable hospitals.

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The collapse of a hospital empire — and towns left in the wreckage

How companies run by a Miami businessman and his associates were able to drive so many hospitals into the ground so quickly, devastating their communities, is a story about the fragility of health care in rural America and the types of money-making ventures that have flourished in legal gray areas of America’s complicated medical system.

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What’s the best way to run a jail?

A group in charge of the state’s largest jail is planning to hire an administrator to operate the jail instead of the county’s sheriff.

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Investigations Into Epic Charter Schools Explained

From TV and radio ads to advertisements on and radio to the steady flow of news stories, it has been difficult to ignore Epic Charter Schools lately. With multiple ongoing investigations into the school’s finances and enrollment, here is a comprehensive look at what’s happening and what it could mean for future state policy.

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Oklahoma seeks to address lawyer shortage for abused and neglected children

Access to lawyers isn’t equal for abused children and their parents in every county. So the Oklahoma Supreme Court created a new task force to look for ways to improve the system.

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