State Superintendent Ryan Walters' department sought to ban two books, deeming them 'pornographic.'
The first Monday in February marks the beginning of the Oklahoma legislative session, and state lawmakers are gearing up to consider thousands of bills.
The latest: extremism and misinformation
A memorial fund has been set up in the honor of former news director Don Hoover to help pay for future students to work at the station.
Seas of corn and wheat stretch out across the High Plains, but a huge portion of those fields used to be native grassland. To conserve what’s left, a new program will work with ranchers, and it’s backed by some of the biggest beef buyers like Burger King.
Local headlines for Tuesday, February 20, 2024
The state’s three largest school districts say they use artificial intelligence programs
Oklahomans for Equality was in financial trouble after it said a former volunteer allegedly embezzled funds. Now, the organization is confident about weathering the storm.
At least eight measures are aimed at intersecting Oklahoma schools with the state’s agricultural industry. The efforts are meant to support local farmers while enabling them to feed children who rely on school to meet their nutritional needs.
As the fentanyl crisis ravages Native American communities, some of their leaders want tribal police and courts to go after non-tribal dealers. But they can't without getting permission from Congress.
Enter for a chance to win tickets to see Sunny Day Real Estate at Beer City Music Hall in Oklahoma City on Thursday, March 14, 2024.
KOSU's Oklahoma Music Minute is celebrating Black History Month, focusing on Oklahoma musicians who have greatly impacted the world.
Local headlines for Monday, February 19, 2024
Oklahoma’s domestic violence homicides remain elevated despite a slight downturn, statewide data shows.
Key court decisions in 2024 about prescription drug prices, abortion bans, gender-affirming care and the Affordable Care Act could change the way health care is delivered in America.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced it is doling out $2 million in grants to Oklahoma rural businesses, municipalities and the Cherokee Nation.
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KOSU's Dungeons & Dragons podcast Red Dirt DnD is returning for a live, improvised adventure on Sunday, February 25 at noon.
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