Watch Frontier: Mayor G.T. Bynum fields questions from the public

Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum has decided to visit 36 Degrees North (an entrepreneurship incubator in the Brady District) once a month.
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Listen Frontier: We discuss the news of the week

We cover the upcoming Elliot Williams trial, the city's decision not to renew TPD's contract with LivePD, and a story on the new TIA CEO.
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Listen Frontier: Talking politics w/Barry Friedman and Laura Belmonte

We spent about 30 minutes on Friday talking politics with Tulsa Voice columnist Barry Friedman and Laura Belmonte, head of OSU's history department.
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Listen Frontier: What do President Trump’s executive orders mean for Tulsa immigrants?

President Donald Trump has made Elizabeth McCormick's and Mimi Marton's lives busier than normal, and that's saying something.
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Listen Frontier: Tulsa is a ‘resilient city.’ What does that mean?

City of Tulsa Chief Resilience Officer DeVon Douglass talks about Tulsa's status as a resilient city, and what that means for Tulsans going forward.
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Listen Frontier: What would an ACA repeal look like?

Carly Putnam, with OK Policy Institute, and Sabine Brown, talk with Frontier Editor In Chief Ziva Branstetter about the Affordable Care Act, what its repeal would look like, and who would be most affected.
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Listen Frontier: TPS Superintendent Deborah Gist talks about Oklahoma school funding

TPS Superintendent Deborah Gist talks about teacher pay and school funding with The Frontier's Ziva Branstetter.
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Martin Luther King Jr. Day – Black Tulsans talk about their heroes

Leading up to Martin Luther King. Jr. Day, we asked prominent black Tulsans to tell us who their heroes are and why. Here are their stories.
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Listen Frontier: The environment, the EPA, and Oklahoma Earthquakes

We sit down with Barbara VanHanken of the Oklahoma Sierra Club and Bob Jackman about Oklahoma's environment and what, if any, effects Scott Pruitt's appointment to head the EPA will have.
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Listen Frontier: Barry Friedman looks ahead to 2017

2016 was full of surprises, so surely 2017 will take the opposite approach, right? Maybe not, says Barry Friedman.
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