Oklahoma City Council votes not to consider an ordinance that would have criminalized homeless encampments
A set of ordinances to criminalize living in homeless encampments will not receive further consideration from the Oklahoma City Council.
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November is National Diabetes Awareness month. Native Americans are twice as likely to suffer from the disease, but a new program created by the Citizen Potawatomi Nation is helping citizens keep the condition in check.
Local headlines Wednesday, November 23, 2022
The Farm Bill, that sets important policy on everything from crop insurance to SNAP benefits, is up for renewal next year. But the results of the midterm elections may not shed much light on how that legislation will end up.
The decision likely means that the returns will be released to the Committee immediately, ending a multi-year legal battle.
Educators looking to make some extra money have until Wednesday afternoon to sign up to be virtual math tutors.
Here is the newest music on The Spy for November 22nd. This week features new music from Phoebe Bridgers, Bria, shame and more.
As the holiday approaches, infectious disease specialists are bracing for the possibility that big family get-togethers and travel will propel the spread of RSV, flu and COVID-19.
Astronauts will speak live from space with Osage students on Wednesday. The name of the event, 𐓻𐓣͘𐓤𐓘𐓻𐓣͘ 𐓘𐓬𐓘 𐓨𐓣͘𐓥𐓘𐓤’𐓟 𐓪𐓥𐓣͘𐓟 𐓘𐓬𐓙, translates to "the children are talking to the stars.”
Turkey, stuffing, pie — it's all way more expensive this year. But you don't have to let inflation spoil your meal, if you're willing to get creative.
The cash represents an unprecedented opportunity to derail the opioid epidemic. But with countless groups advocating for a share of the pie, the impact could depend heavily on geography and politics.
Enter for a chance to win tickets to see Trampled by Turtles at Cain's Ballroom in Tulsa on Wednesday, December 7, 2022.
American farming increasingly relies on software to keep the U.S. the world’s top food producer. But all that reliance on code-driven machinery has drawn ransomware attacks that could prove particularly devastating during harvest.
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