Lawsuit claims conflict of interest, Take Shelter Oklahoma wants state Attorney General removed from a storm shelter petition drive.
News Tim Farley
Thousands of dollars in campaign contributions from leading business executives could force Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt to disqualify himself from a legal battle involving a statewide storm shelter petition drive.
Many storm-ravaged local businesses have rebounded with the help of the communities of Moore
News Mark Beutler
Driving the stretch of Interstate 35 through Moore, it is difficult to
imagine the destruction left just a few months ago. Six months after an
EF-5 tornado ripped through the area on May 20, signs of life are
everywhere. Businesses have re-opened, houses and neighborhoods are
going up and residents are beginning to see a light at the end of the
Oklahoma Disaster Recovery Project partners with Red Cross, Salvation Army, United Way, Christian volunteers — and a home bathroom company.
News Giancarlo Gonzalez
The rebuilding continues six months after the Moore tornado. As the
weather cools, 41 case managers, drawn from the Oklahoma Disaster
Recovery Project (ODRP), work tirelessly to help their neighbors return
to a life of normalcy. Businesses donate to alleviate the sense of total
loss for some residents.
News Tim Farley
Advocacy group Take Shelter Oklahoma filed a lawsuit Monday demanding Gov. Mary Fallin release emails related to an initiative petition that could place storm shelters in all public schools.
News Jennifer Chancellor
In an exclusive News9/Oklahoma Gazette poll, 52 percent of Oklahoma
City residents “strongly supported” public funding to help build storm
shelters in public schools. Another 26 percent “somewhat supported” the