Kateleigh Mills joined KOSU in March 2018, following her undergraduate degree completion from the University of Central Oklahoma in December 2017.
While studying journalism and professional media, she worked with the UCO’s journalism staff to reinvent the campus newspaper for a more multimedia purpose – joining with the campus radio and television stations for news updates and hosting public forums with campus groups.
The Edmond-raised reporter was editor-in- chief of her college newspaper when it won the Society of Professional Journalism award for Best Newspaper in Category B. Mills also received the Oklahoma Press Association Award for ‘Outstanding Promise in Journalism’ at the Oklahoma Journalism Hall of Fame event in 2017.
She is very excited to have joined KOSU in Oklahoma City to provide news to all Oklahoma residents.
Surrounded by members of the state legislature, newly elected state officials, the State Supreme Court justices and leaders of Oklahoma’s tribal nations, Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt was sworn into his second term in office late Monday morning. He is the fifth governor to serve two terms.
Oklahoma’s Nov. 8 General Election will decide many statewide, federal and local races.
Oklahoma voters get an extra day to cast their ballots ahead of the election this year. Below, KOSU answers some basic questions on what you need to know to vote early.
Oklahoma voters wanting to cast an absentee ballot for the November 8th general election must request that ballot no later than 5 p.m. on Monday, October 24.