StateImpact Oklahoma



The Demotion of a National Park in Oklahoma Exposes Shifting Attitudes About Preserving and Promoting Nature

About half the U.S. states don’t have a national park — including Oklahoma.

That wasn’t always the case, and the story of what happened illustrates a changing view of what national parks are for.

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Excessive Lead Levels Found in a Small Number of Public Water Providers in Oklahoma

Lead levels are an active concern at 19 public water systems in Oklahoma, roughly 1 percent of 1,634 systems statewide, records from the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality show. Most, however, appear to be working with regulators to address the problem.

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Oklahoma Oil Regulator Issues New Restrictions After Earthquakes — UPDATED

Oklahoma Corporation Commission issues new oil-field restrictions after a series of widely felt earthquakes in central Oklahoma.

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Twister Truths: Can Nothing Survive an EF5 Tornado?

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