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Large school districts have less despite spending more

April 12, 2018

By Elizabeth Sims and Luke Schumacher, [UNFILTERED] reporters Graphics by Elizabeth Sims   A map of the instructional expenditures per student by district. Click here for full-screen map.   School...

Luongs Were Drivers for OKC Asian District Creation

Super Cao Nguyen in Oklahoma City. Photo by Abby Green
May 18, 2017

Residents of Oklahoma City know to get the best pho or exotic fish in town: head to 23rd and Classen. The area is known as the Asian District, but few know the story of how the moniker became official....

Inside an Oklahoma City Bombing Survivor’s Story

April 26, 2017

There are stories that in crazy moments time moves in slow motion. At 9:02 a.m., she felt hot wind hit her face. It was so fast it was like riding a motorcycle with hair being pulled back. She remembered...

Iranian Immigrant Finds His Passion with Italian Buffet

Iranian Immigrant Finds His Passion with Italian Buffet
April 3, 2017

Born in Iran, Hassan Daneshmand came to America with his younger brother in May of 1977 at the prompting of his parents to avoid being drafted into the Iranian army. With Iran on the verge of war with...

Taiwanese Shop Owner Gets a Second Chance

The Cafe Oasis menu sits on the counter in front of the register.
March 31, 2017

The American dream doesn’t always work out perfectly on the first try. An Oklahoma City restaurant owner learned this the hard way; after immigrating to the United States, she took her lifelong love...

Price College to Open Graduate Center in OKC

Graduate program faculty go over plans for the new center
March 6, 2017

The University of Oklahoma’s business college will be opening a new center for their MBA programs in Oklahoma City. Construction is already underway for The Price College’s new 27,000 square foot...

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