This week on Oklahoma Horizon, foreign diseases make it to the States, and one Oklahoman is framing history.
Foreign diseases can affect the U.S. economy. We look at work underway to keep us safe from the threat of pandemics.
U.S. pork producers are feeling the impact of biosecurity issues as the porcine epidemic threatens the hog market.
From accountant to cosmetologist, this college graduate changed career paths and retrained to re-enter the workforce.
A glass of Tea’s Perfect Blend with its special sauce is a refreshing drink you will definitely want refills of.
CareerTech’s technology centers help businesses and individuals succeed in the economy and workplace through guidance and training.
Valude Added: Meridian Technology Center’s business incubator helps businesses grow from innovative ideas to successful reality.
Value Added: Vince Orza discusses his dynamic career as a small business entrepreneur, corporate executive, TV news anchor, university professor and dean and candidate for governor.
Value Added: Metro Career Academy offers a new program that helps entrepreneurs navigate the intricacies of owning their own small businesses.
Former state Sen. Charles Ford has led the way in framing the history of the Oklahoma Capitol.
The Oklahoma State University Museum of Art provides opportunities for students to experience art through exhibitions and programs.
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we meet some Oklahomans who are trying to change the world one drop of water at a time.
Water4 of Oklahoma City is creating jobs in developing nations to eradicate the world's water crisis.
Water4 CEO Ray Sanders shares how his company is using technology to make clean water realistic for even the most remote areas.
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we look at some areas of tremendous growth in new segments of our economy.
Oklahoma’s equine industry is big business, and it has a financial impact on all our lives.
Neither distance nor disadvantage is keeping this young Kenyan student from his goal of helping others.
What does the future hold for Social Security and Medicare benefits?
We look at the financial side of aging for those who will be dependent on Social Security and Medicare benefits.
Epworth Village President and CEO John Harned says the stigma of being put in an "old folks home" is lessening.