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Mick Cornett - Growing Water Needs
Water needs in Oklahoma City are expected to grow as the metro area expands.
Positive Perspective
The debate over Oklahoma’s water resources has created a keen competition among several groups.
Distribution of Wealth
The income gap is growing between wealthy and middle-class households in Oklahoma and the nation.
David Azerrad - Income Inequality
The Heritage Foundation’s David Azerrad believes the growing income gap between the rich and the rest of us indicates the success of American capitalism.
Kate Richey & Ryan Kiesel - Economic Inequality
We look at the growing disparity between those who have and those who have not.
The School and Work Connection
An initiative at Duncan Public Schools helps students make the connection between what they are doing in the classroom and the world of work.
Research for Medical Cures
A CareerTech biomedical science class helped launch Nicole Biddinger down a career path she loves.
Face the Facts: Cyberwarfare
Facing facts about some little things that often seem harmless, but can grow into some very big problems.
Cybercrime - No One Is Safe
No one is safe from cyberattacks, especially state government. Protecting Oklahoma’s digital security is one large undertaking.
Cop to Cybersecurity
We visit a classroom where law enforcement has gone digital as the demand for cybersecurity professionals grows.
Patriotic or Treasonable?
Edward Snowden, a homegrown computer geek, spills surveillance secrets of the National Security Agency.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1336
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we take a look at FIRST Robotics, an innovative program that’s getting students excited about science, technology, engineering ...
FIRST Robotics Program
STEM education is the driving force behind the FIRST Robotics program and could very well determine our nation’s future.
Robotics: On the Road to OKC
Working with professional engineers and other mentors, students design, build and program robots for competition.
Robotics World Championship
Oklahoma students travel to St. Louis, Mo., to compete in what has been called the Super Bowl of Smarts.