9 Investigates: Oklahoma Oil Industry Going Through Rough PatchThe shuttering this week of Halliburton's El Reno facility and the corresponding loss of more than 800 jobs there is the latest sign that the oil and gas industry is hurting in Oklahoma. Other indicators have been less dramatic, perhaps, but equally telli
9 Investigates: Virtual Charter Schools Become Stronghold In Oklahoma Education, Receive Millions In FundingZero to 29,000 in under ten years. That describes the astounding increase in enrollment at Epic Charter Schools since it first went online for the 2011-2012 school year, and is one reason the school district has received so much attention, both positive a
9 Investigates: A Closer Look At Trucking Safety In OkahomaEvery day in Oklahoma, there are a dozen or more accidents involving large trucks. At least a couple of them, according to data from the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office (OHSO), leave someone injured, and over the course of a year, more than a hundred leave
9 Investigates: Oklahoma Still Losing Teachers Despite Pay RaisesWhen Oklahoma lawmakers approved a $6,000 pay raise for teachers just before the end of the 2017-18 school year, the hope was that bringing Oklahoma salaries more in line with the regional average would stanch the flow of teachers to neighboring states. I
9 Investigates: Impact Of Growing Wind Industry On The Air ForceTop brass at Sheppard Air Force Base, home to what they say is the premier jet fighter pilot training program in the country, look north into Oklahoma and have one request for companies developing new wind farms: "Just work with us." The plea comes as the
9 Investigates: Patients Struggle To Get Coverage For Proton TherapyIn a state not known to be a leader in medical care, Oklahomans might consider themselves fortunate to have two centers that offer proton beam therapy, a still relatively rare cancer treatment that is generally believed to be safer.
New Polling Tool Shows How Voters React To Candidate's Opinions
With Election Day now less than two weeks away, amid indications that the race for Governor is tightening up, a new 'dial test' is providing a better understanding of what voters like about the two major candidates, and what they don't like.
Florida Company Halts Wind Turbine Construction In Western OklahomaAfter weeks of effort to get a Florida-based energy company to stop building wind turbines that could pose a threat to the safety of pilots conducting low-level flight training in western Oklahoma, residents in the area say construction has finally stopped. The halt in activity comes three days after Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter announced that he had reached an agreement, on behalf of the Oklahoma Strategic Military Planning Commission (OSMPC), with NextEra Energy to stop &l...
News 9 Investigates: Russian Interference In The Oil And Gas Industry
For close to two years now, we've heard almost nonstop talk of Russia's meddling in the 2016 Presidential election. But what you may not have heard is Russia has also been interfering in something that hist close to home here in Oklahoma.