Economy

Unemployment fraud still rampant in Oklahoma?

During the spring COVID-19 shutdown, Oklahoma officials were swamped with fraudulent unemployment claims.

Ray Carter
July 30, 2020
Economy

Innovative CareerTech program getting Oklahomans back to work

An Oklahoma CareerTech center has created an innovative program to help adults displaced by the coronavirus shutdown move rapidly from the classroom to the workforce.

Mike Brake
July 22, 2020
Economy, Family & Community

Oklahoma’s unemployment rate among nation’s lowest

Oklahoma’s reopening of business after the COVID shutdown has resulted in one of the nation’s lowest unemployment rates.

Ray Carter
July 21, 2020
Health Care, Economy

OKC doctor says shutdown ‘a mass casualty incident’

Americans may be paying for the extended shutdowns for some time as unrelated health issues that are not being treated now continue to emerge.

Mike Brake
May 26, 2020
Economy

Stitt: Oklahoma can be national leader on COVID

Twenty days into the state’s reopening, Gov. Kevin Stitt said Oklahoma is on pace to enter the final phase of that process by June 1 and could be a national leader.

Ray Carter
May 14, 2020