Brianna Bailey grew up in Idaho. Oklahoma is her adopted home. Bailey has covered issues ranging from Oklahoma's strained child welfare system to the slow decline of Oklahoma's rural hospitals. She has walked all the way across Oklahoma City twice, once north-to south via Western Avenue and once via the old U.S. Route 66. Her hobbies are baking and crashing meetings she isn't invited to attend. She holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from The University of Oklahoma.
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Oklahoma requires a $35,000 filing fee for alternative presidential candidates or signatures from 3 percent of voters in the last gubernatorial election, laws Howie Hawkins says are designed to keep him off the ballot.
At least 13 hospitals in Oklahoma have closed or experienced added financial distress under the management of private companies. Some companies charged hefty management fees, promising to infuse millions of dollars that never materialized.
Officials believe it was Trent who dealt the boy a series of fatal blows. But he killed himself before police could place him under arrest. Rebecca Hogue is now charged with first-degree murder in her son’s death.
Mabel Garcia went to the only emergency room in Texas County, Oklahoma, which didn’t have a drug for heart attacks and strokes. She was airlifted to a larger hospital that gave her the drug she needed, but it was too late. She suffered brain damage.