Santa Fe South was the first district to implement a mask mandate in Oklahoma this fall. Here’s how it’s going
‘Every day is a great day’: Women in Oklahoma prisons encourage people struggling through the pandemic
A nonprofit helped women in two state prisons connect with strangers during the coronavirus pandemic. The women recounted their struggles and offered advice.
Over half of Oklahoma’s state prisoners are at least partially vaccinated against the coronavirus. Prisoner advocates say incarcerated people needed access sooner than the state authorized.
Victims’ advocates in Oklahoma warned in the early days of the pandemic that violence seemed to be getting worse. Now, advocates say the trend continued through 2020.
State superintendent says she would have implemented Oklahoma schools masking mandate ‘a long time ago’
An Oklahoma prisoner who tested positive for COVID-19 died in a hospital on Saturday. If she had lived, the woman’s earliest possible release would have come in May, 2021.