Three weeks after an explosive state auditor’s report alleged a laundry list of illegal activity, Epic Virtual Charter Schools remains in the news.


The Choctaw Nation is now powering some of its homes with solar energy.

Oklahoma has yet again seen record-highs in hospitalizations and average deaths.

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Burns Hargis, the president of Oklahoma State University, announced his retirement Friday after more than 12 years as president.

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Local headlines for Friday, October 23, 2020:

On Thursday, Oklahoma's Commission on Cooperative Sovereignty delivered their first report to Governor Kevin Stitt.

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Oklahoma is seeing record-highs in average new coronavirus cases, average deaths and hospitalizations. And on Thursday, it saw its largest single-day increase in new new cases.

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Turmoil has swirled around Epic Virtual Charter Schools for years. But a state audit has intensified calls to take action against the school and its for-profit management company. And that’s clouded the future for the more than 60,000 students who attend Oklahoma’s largest school district.