Each Epic student has access to up to $1,000 annually for extracurricular, educational activities through something Epic calls the Learning Fund. The newly revealed allegations concern how Epic has paid out and reported the expenditure of millions of dollars in state appropriated funds through its Learning Fund.
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A youth pastor in Hugo was arrested on complaints of rape and lewd molestation, the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation reported.
Agents at the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation began looking into Boren, the University of Oklahoma's 13th president, on March 28. In his only public statement about the accusations, Boren in June said he is "innocent of any wrongdoing."
Three remained hospitalized Wednesday, according to the release, and the investigation is ongoing.
District Attorney Jack Thorp will not file charges against two Wagoner County deputies who were involved in a July 1 altercation with a motori…
Public records show an official at the State Auditor's office put the leader of the Statewide Virtual Charter School Board, one of the school's sponsors, in touch with the OSBI agent investigating Epic back in February.
Emails reveal that federal investigators were at work behind the scenes in the years after the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation’s initial inquiry into allegations of fraud at Epic resulted in no charges.
Investigators alleged Epic unlawfully received millions of dollars in state funds by inflating its enrollment with students who received little to no instruction from the virtual charter school, according to a search warrant filed Tuesday.