Johnson & Johnson hit with $572 million opioid ruling — what happens now?

Johnson & Johnson is appealing the decision, which could be the first of many legal battles.
A judge has ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $572 million in connection with the opioid crisis in Oklahoma.
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An educator takes her frustration to the streets

Sep 10, 2018
Teresa Danks is known as the "panhandling teacher."
Teachers rally at the state capitol in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, on April 4.

After going on strike, one Oklahoma teacher is ready to run for office

May 1, 2018
Public school teachers in states like West Virginia, Oklahoma and Arizona are fighting for higher pay and more funding for schools. Now one physics teacher thinks he can enact change by joining his state legislature.
Thousands gathered and marched in a picket line outside the Oklahoma State Capitol during a statewide education walkout in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. 
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Oklahoma oil hub on quake alert

Oct 15, 2015
Earthquakes could threaten the U.S.'s most important storage site for crude oil.

A ban on fracking bans (no, you didn't misread that)

May 4, 2015
Texas is looking to ban local bans on fracking, and it's not alone.

Should oil companies be liable for earthquake-related damage?

Mar 19, 2015
The Oklahoma Supreme Court will soon decide if fracking is linked to earthquakes.

How important is a CEO to a company's success? It depends.

Nov 11, 2014
The question became a critical issue in the Continental CEO's $1 billion divorce case.

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Two recoveries from the tornado: Finding a job

Jul 25, 2013
Coming from different financial situations can affect everything about picking up the pieces after a natural disaster -- even getting, and holding on to a job.

Tornado watch: Revisiting Oklahoma's tragedy

Jul 1, 2013
Checking in on a small business owner who lost her office in the tornado that hit Moore, Okla.