Oklahoma high schools aren't making the grade when it comes to teaching personal finance, according to a new report.OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) — According to a new report, Oklahoma high schools aren't making the grade when it comes to teaching personal finance. The Champlain College’s Center for Financial Literacy gave our state a C grade, and Oklahoma isn’t alone in this problem. The study shows our nation has a long way to go before becoming financially literate.
The Blanchard Police Department is one of a handful of law enforcement agencies in Oklahoma to secure new technology that accesses cell phone data. (Caroline Vandergriff/KOKH)BLANCHARD (KOKH) — The Blanchard Police Department is now able to do some high-tech detective work to unlock key evidence stored on cellphones and tablets.The new technology will let investigators access call history, text messages, photos, and any other data on cell phones.
Oklahoma City Police Department Sgt. Keith Sweeney has been arrested on a complaint of second degree murder. (Oklahoma County Jail)OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) — An Oklahoma City police officer charged with second degree murder is now out of jail on bond. Sgt.
A new report gives Oklahoma (and 12 other states) a C grade in teaching high school students personal finance
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