This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we examine how Oklahoma’s weather affects agriculture and the state’s economy.
Ag producers’ fortunes are as tied to the weather as they are the soil.
Oklahoma’s ongoing drought has taken both financial and emotional tolls on farmers.
Through the years Oklahoma has experienced its share of drought conditions – some spanning generations.
Despite recent rains, most of the state remains in drought as the long-term impact on ag continues.
The USDA’s Grazinglands Research Laboratory is designed to help farmers and ranchers adapt to a changing climate.
From watermelons to carnival rides and vendors, the annual Rush Springs Watermelon Festival is a fun day for the entire family.
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we examine the role legal immigration plays in our economy.
Immigrant students graduating with degrees in STEM fields are finding it hard to join America’s workforce.
Israeli musician Bat-or Kalo followed her passion to the United States on a work visa.
These immigration myth busters could change your opinion regarding more open borders.
Neither distance nor disadvantage is keeping this young Kenyan student from his goal of helping others.
We look at how Texas is handling its growing Latino population.
Francis Tuttle Tech Center’s unique prosthetics program attracts international students hoping to help their countrymen back home.
Music from Israeli Bat-or Kalo and her band.
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, with another college football season underway, we look at the life off the field of an Oklahoma coaching legend.
College athletes are crying foul with coaches, athletic programs and TV networks getting rich at their expense.
Value Added: We go deep inside the workings of college football with Jeff Benedict who co-wrote the book, “The System, the Glory and the Scandal of Big-Time College Football.”
Value Added: Is the free education a college football player receives a fair trade-off for the experience and the injuries he incurs on the gridiron?
Jay Wilkinson shares another side of the University of Oklahoma’s famous coach Bud Wilkinson -- as a father and mentor.