Join us Tuesday for a live interview with State Superintendent Joy Hofmeister. We will discuss how schools continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic and also what the state Department of Education’s focus will be as schools hopefully begin to return to normal later this year.
A snow storm last week stretched utility companies, delayed action at the Oklahoma State Capitol and impacted the state’s rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine. All that and an effort by some lawmakers to change the state’s initiative petition process on this episode of Listen Frontier.
Six detention officers at the Oklahoma County jail have been charged with assault and mistreatment of inmates since October. Seven inmates have died there in the last three months and at least 84 inmates there have died since 2009, a rate more than double the national average.