State legislators convened for the first meeting of a bipartisan working group aimed at finding solutions to increase access to health care and providing insurance coverage for more citizens.
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Noted Enid native, artist and sculptor Harold “H” Holden.
The Yes on 802 initiative to get Medicaid expansion onto a state ballot will host a training session and signature drive in Enid on Saturday, one of seven regional “Day of Action” events throughout the state.
A federal transportation bill approved unanimously by the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee would open up $250 million Oklahoma could use for McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System improvements.
A $3 million taxpayer-funded program will soon give schools across the state access to a relatively untested “panic button” app that can alert authorities and staff if there is an active shooter, fire or emergency in the school.
A group of mostly Norman mothers and grandmothers protested outside of Sen. James Lankford's Oklahoma City office on Wednesday over the conditions of migrant detention centers on the U.S.-Mexico border.
Usually when you read about childhood traumas in the United States, you read about extreme cases.