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Tulsa Public Schools ended Chinese language program weeks before Oklahoma Superintendent's Congressional testimony
State Superintendent Ryan Walters testified earlier this month to Congress on the issue of Tulsa Public Schools’ contract with a Chinese language program. But according to the district, its contract was canceled nearly a month before Walters’ testimony.
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State Superintendent Ryan Walters unveiled his upcoming budget proposal, emergency rule change and proposed accreditation standards change at Thursday’s monthly State Board of Education meeting.
A Nevada grand jury indicted Duane "Keffe D" Davis, one of the last living witnesses to the fatal drive-by shooting of the rapper in Las Vegas, prosecutors announced in court Friday
Legal and business experts say the ruling in New York state threatens assets such as Trump Tower and also empowers state Attorney General Letitia James, one of Donald Trump's main legal critics.
The leaders of both Congressional agriculture committees say federal lawmakers will move back farm bill negotiations to December. The current law expires Sept. 30, but experts say there should be little peril despite the blown deadline.
Feinstein suddenly became the mayor of San Francisco when two other officials were assassinated. Later she was elected to the U.S. Senate after male senators grilled Anita Hill in public hearings.
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A new economic development project is coming to Barttlesville. The battery recycling company Blue Whale Materials announced on Thursday it is committed to establishing a lithium battery recycling facility at Bartlesville Industrial Park.
A government shutdown is looming but not every federal office will close completely. Some critical services will continue as employees work without pay.
This Week in Oklahoma Politics discuss lawmakers returning to the capital next week for a special session on tax reform and Oklahoma joining other states and the federal government in an antitrust lawsuit against Amazon.
Muscogee Nation Judge Donette Mouser sent the case back to a citizenship board for reconsideration.
Earlier this month, State Superintendent Ryan Walters announced a partnership with conservative nonprofit media group, PragerU.
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