Oklahoma tobacco retailers are increasingly not complying with state law regarding underage tobacco sales. Last year, Oklahoma tobacco retailers posted an overall non-compliance rate of about 18 percent, which risks

The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) is reporting the first three human cases of West Nile Virus (WNV) for the season. The cases have been confirmed in residents of

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Clinton High School students selected as ambassadors to the 2019 Hugh Obrian Youth Leadership Conference of Oklahoma (HOBY), held recently at Southwestern Oklahoma State University, were, from left, senior facilitator

Legislation to add school nurses or other designated employees to those who can administer life-saving opiate antagonists has been signed into law by Gov. Kevin Stitt. Current law only includes

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While attending Summer Playground, third-graders, from left, Brynlee Mathews, Jimena Quezada and Jocelyn Lagunas enjoy time on the playground at Southwest Elementary.

Junior R. Harper, 78, of Springerville, Ariz., died of massive injuries at the scene of a single-vehicle automobile crash Sunday morning on Interstate 40 midway between the Hydro and Hinton

Two Clinton animal rescue groups are partnering with the Oklahoma Humane Society (OHS) to bring a low-cost spay and neuter service to Clinton. After a successful debut run in May,

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