Features by Michael Cross

Employed or not, voting ritual often the same

In many ways, the 2012 presidential election is a referendum on a number: the nation's unemployment rate of 7.9 percent. Reporters in Oklahoma City (unemployment around 5 percent) and San Bernardino, Calif., (unemployment pushing 12 percent) look behind the numbers.
Posted In: Unemployment, voting, Jobs, Election Day

Oklahoma drought brings record number of cattle to auction

But southeastern farmers -- who just got out of a drought themselves -- are now looking to replenish their herds
Posted In: Agriculture

Why Oklahoma City's unemployment is under 5%

Oklahoma City is doing much better than most of America, bringing in tourists and importing jobs from other states.
Posted In: Jobs
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