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    Oklahoma’s NPR member stations are producing a series of stories focused on infrastructure in the state. Today, extreme weather is becoming more likely in Oklahoma. February’s deep freeze is just the latest example not only of unusual weather, but of the disruption to our electric grid that can result.
  • Fungi, parasites, root rot: Climate change is increasing the risk of trees weakening and dying. Falling trees have increased power outages nationwide, which threaten public health and safety.