Headlines: State Uninsured Rate, New OHP Chief & State Fairground Safety

Sep 11, 2019

Local headlines for Wednesday, September 11, 2019:

Oklahoma has the second-highest uninsured rate in the country.  (NewsOK)

Group accuses governor of promoting religion. (Tulsa World)

State official works to debunk myths of medical marijuana. (Journal Record)

OKC Police investigate threats at Capitol Hill Middle School. (NewsOK)

OCPS board member refiles lawsuit over Northeast Academy renaming. (NewsOK)

Tulsa Public Schools still negotiating for teacher pay raises. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma County judge faces charges of unpaid back taxes. (NewsOK)

The Department of Public Safety announces a new chief. (Tulsa World)

State Chamber returns to Washington, D.C. to commemorate 9/11. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma’s general revenue deposit hits target. (Tulsa World)

Oklahoma City’s mayor kicks off the campaign for MAPS4. (Journal Record)

OKC moves to limit panel’s authority over historic church. (NewsOK)

Tulsa City Council is getting public comments on equality indicators. (Tulsa World)

Guthrie Green welcomes people living with disabilities. (Tulsa World)

Labor Commission inspects rides at the State Fairgrounds. (NewsOK)