We're hosting a listening session about Indigenous women's health, wellness and reproductive rights on this Saturday at Big Rain Gallery in Pawhuska.
Severe spring weather made the tribal nation vulnerable to flooding and other damage in early May. Now, communities within the tribal nation's reservation that sustained damage can apply for relief through Muscogee Nation.
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The mobilization of thousands more troops to bolster the military campaign in Ukraine is rippling across Russia, as the military swiftly drafts new recruits and signs of discontent appear to spread.
Local headlines for Friday, September 23, 2022
Experts say it will still take some time before the public knows the full impact of Hurricane Fiona on Puerto Rico. But early figures indicate a tough road ahead as residents attempt to recover.
After virtually disappearing for the last two years, there are troubling clues that the flu could come roaring back this year, to cause trouble alongside COVID.
Ukrainians are fleeing from Russian-held areas to avoid the sham referendums, which could pave the way for annexation. "It was all staged," said one Ukrainian. "How can you vote when they have guns?"
Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones took the stand at his defamation trial as he tries to limit the damages he must pay for promoting the lie that the 2012 Sandy Hook school massacre was a hoax.
The craft beer industry is driving farmers in the Midwest to grow hops for their local beer makers. But the crop is not easy to grow — it’s labor intensive and expensive.
Local headlines for Thursday, September 22, 2022
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AG Letitia James is seeking $250 million in damages and to bar Trump and his children from conducting business in New York state, where they built their fortune.
Local headlines for Wednesday, September 21, 2022
The hurricane dumped more than 2 feet of rain in some areas of the island. The rain and flooding have left a soggy mess across many homes and weary residents are starting to clean up.
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