The Judge Called It Rehab, But It Ended Up Being a Chicken Farm

Across the country, including in Oklahoma, judges increasingly are sending defendants to rehab instead of prison or jail. But in the rush to spare people from prison, some judges are steering defendants into rehabs that are little more than lucrative work camps for private industry,

Let Down and Locked Up: Why Oklahoma’s Female Incarceration Rate Is So High

An investigation by Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting examined a decade’s worth of Oklahoma prison data to unearth the reasons why the state incarcerates so many women. Among the findings: The most common reason women end up in prison is drug possession.

How Did Your School Score on the ACT Exam?

Use our interactive table to find out how students at your high school scored on the ACT college-readiness exam. Were average income levels of students’ families a factor in performance on the test?

In Search of New Ways to Tame Opioid Crisis

What more can Oklahoma do to reduce the tragic toll of prescription painkiller addiction? A state commission is looking for new ideas, and experts here, as well as examples in other states, could help map a strategy.