KOSU Radio

KOSU Radio Central and northeast Oklahoma's NPR affiliate. Local news and independent music at 91.7 FM (OKC), 107.5 FM (Tulsa), 88.3 FM (Stillwater) or www.kosu.org
KOSU, a community service of Oklahoma State University, is central and northeast Oklahoma's NPR affiliate, featuring local news and independent music.
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Established in 1955, KOSU is a member-supported public radio network that operates 88.3 in Stillwater, 91.7 KOSU in Oklahoma City, and 107.5 KOSN in northeast Oklahoma including Tulsa, Bartlesville and the Grand Lake area. KOSU can also be heard at 107.3 in south Tulsa and at 94.9 in Ponca City. Reaching thousands of listeners every week, KOSU is a distinguished public radio news and information service with award-winning local news coverage and NPR news content. KOSU also features signature public radio news and cultural programs from NPR, Public Radio International and independent producers. Listeners around the globe can access news, join social media networks, download podcasts, and hear a live web stream. KOSU is a conduit for community, connecting people to each other and the world. Through the vibrant exchange of information, ideas and culture, on-air, online, and face-to-face, KOSU explores the human condition, creating a uniquely Oklahoma media experience that compels the mind and nourishes the spirit.

Three student-athletes at Oklahoma State have tested positive for COVID-19, following 30 football players returning to c...
06/03/2020
Three Oklahoma State Student-Athletes Test Positive For COVID-19

Three student-athletes at Oklahoma State have tested positive for COVID-19, following 30 football players returning to campus Monday to prepare for voluntary workouts on June 15.

On Wednesday, Oklahoma State senior associate athletic director Kevin Klintworth tweeted that three student-athletes have tested positive for COVID-19.

In our latest Audio Diary, RJ Young no longer considers COVID-19 as the biggest threat to his health. As a millennial bl...
06/02/2020
'Right Now, The Only Thing I Can Do Is Hold My Breath'

In our latest Audio Diary, RJ Young no longer considers COVID-19 as the biggest threat to his health. As a millennial black man living in Tulsa, he says racism has – yet again – become the greatest threat to his well-being.

RJ Young no longer considers COVID-19 as the biggest threat to his health. As a millennial black man living in Tulsa, he says racism has – yet again –

05/30/2020
🚀 Historic Launch! SpaceX Crew Dragon Demo-2 Mission

🚀 WATCH LIVE: Historic launch! 🚀 NASA & SpaceX are attempting to launch the humans into orbit from the United States for the first time since the space shuttle landed in 2011. Weather is currently GO for a launch at 3:22:45 p.m. EDT. #LaunchAmerica #SpaceX #NASA #CrewDragon

Member donations have allowed us to report on everything from education to criminal justice to the coronavirus pandemic....
05/30/2020

Member donations have allowed us to report on everything from education to criminal justice to the coronavirus pandemic. There are many ways to contribute to KOSU, if you have a vehicle to get rid of, please consider donating it. https://www.kosu.org/donate-car

Three more Oklahomans - two in Tulsa County and one in Oklahoma County - have died due to COVID-19.
05/29/2020
329 Deaths, 6,338 Positive COVID-19 Cases In Oklahoma

Three more Oklahomans - two in Tulsa County and one in Oklahoma County - have died due to COVID-19.

Get the latest information on COVID-19 infections and deaths in Oklahoma here Three more Oklahomans have died due to COVID-19, increasing the state's death

Congratulations to KOSU reporter Allison Herrera, among the 18 artists and arts workers awarded with year-long fellowshi...
05/28/2020
KOSU's Allison Herrera Among 2020-21 Tulsa Artist Fellows

Congratulations to KOSU reporter Allison Herrera, among the 18 artists and arts workers awarded with year-long fellowships by Tulsa Artist Fellowship for 2020-2021.

KOSU reporter Allison Herrera was among the 18 artists and arts workers awarded with year-long fellowships on Thursday by Tulsa Artist Fellowship for 2020

The four newly reported deaths come from Choctaw, Jackson, McClain and Oklahoma counties and are all persons in the 65 a...
05/28/2020
326 Deaths, 6,270 Positive COVID-19 Cases In Oklahoma

The four newly reported deaths come from Choctaw, Jackson, McClain and Oklahoma counties and are all persons in the 65 and older age group.

Get the latest information on COVID-19 infections and deaths in Oklahoma here Four more Oklahomans have died due to COVID-19, increasing the state's death

Four newly reported deaths due to COVID-19 bring Oklahoma's total to 322. Positive cases of the virus have increased by ...
05/27/2020
322 Deaths, 6,229 Positive COVID-19 Cases In Oklahoma

Four newly reported deaths due to COVID-19 bring Oklahoma's total to 322. Positive cases of the virus have increased by 92.

Get the latest information on COVID-19 infections and deaths in Oklahoma here Four more Oklahomans have died due to COVID-19, increasing the state's death

You are the community that powers public radio. Donate today to support the station that’s keeping you and your communit...
05/27/2020

You are the community that powers public radio. Donate today to support the station that’s keeping you and your community connected. http://bit.ly/supportkosu

Frontier City Theme Park in Oklahoma City will be the first Six Flags park to reopen, on June 5. But before visiting, cu...
05/26/2020
Six Flags Will Reopen Its First Park On June 5, Requiring Masks And A Health Check

Frontier City Theme Park in Oklahoma City will be the first Six Flags park to reopen, on June 5. But before visiting, customers will need to make a reservation and bring a mask.

People visiting Six Flags theme parks and water parks this summer will be required to wear a face mask at all times, the company says, as it prepares to

Positive cases of COVID-19 broke the 6,000 mark over the holiday weekend. More than 78% of those infected have since rec...
05/26/2020
318 Deaths, 6,137 Positive COVID-19 Cases In Oklahoma

Positive cases of COVID-19 broke the 6,000 mark over the holiday weekend. More than 78% of those infected have since recovered.

Get the latest information on COVID-19 infections and deaths in Oklahoma here Five more Oklahomans have died due to COVID-19, increasing the state's death

Do you wear a mask when you go out in public? Check the link to find out how to let us know your opinion on it.
05/22/2020
Tell Us: Do You Wear A Mask When You Go Out In Public?

Do you wear a mask when you go out in public? Check the link to find out how to let us know your opinion on it.

KOSU has been asking our listening community and texting club members to tell us how they feel about wearing masks in public.

More than 300 Oklahomans have now died from COVID-19.
05/21/2020
304 Deaths, 5,680 Positive COVID-19 Cases In Oklahoma

More than 300 Oklahomans have now died from COVID-19.

Get the latest information on COVID-19 infections and deaths in Oklahoma here Five more Oklahomans have died due to COVID-19, increasing the state's death

The five newly reported deaths occurred between April 22 and May 18. New positive cases of COVID-19 increased by less th...
05/20/2020
299 Deaths, 5,532 Positive COVID-19 Cases In Oklahoma

The five newly reported deaths occurred between April 22 and May 18. New positive cases of COVID-19 increased by less than one percent from yesterday.

Get the latest information on COVID-19 infections and deaths in Oklahoma here Five more Oklahomans have died due to COVID-19, increasing the state's death

KOSU’s Audio Diaries are a collection of first-person oral histories recorded by Oklahomans & launched during the COVID-...
05/19/2020
Audio Diaries

KOSU’s Audio Diaries are a collection of first-person oral histories recorded by Oklahomans & launched during the COVID-19 pandemic. Catch up on the recordings and learn how to record your own here:

KOSU’s Audio Diaries are a collection of first-person oral histories recorded by Oklahomans. The project was launched during the COVID-19 pandemic as a way

05/18/2020

Kateleigh Mills with KOSU wants to know your thoughts on wearing face masks in public during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Do you or do you not wear masks? Do you only wear them sometimes, depending on where you’re going? Or did you wear them and are now no longer? Let us know by texting ‘MASK’ to our new texting number 844–777-7719.

Oklahoma's total cases of COVID-19 pass 5,000. Nearly 75% of those have since recovered.
05/15/2020
285 Deaths, 5,086 Positive COVID-19 Cases In Oklahoma

Oklahoma's total cases of COVID-19 pass 5,000. Nearly 75% of those have since recovered.

Get the latest information on COVID-19 infections and deaths in Oklahoma here One more Oklahoman has died due to COVID-19, increasing the state's death

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