Suicide rates in Oklahoma are on the rise
By Candice Macis
Tags: State, Brandy Woods-Littlejohn, budget, CDC, Centers for Disease Control, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, counseling, Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, depression, Earl Sears, firearms, guns, Gwen Evans, health, House Appropriation and Budget, jail, mental health, Mental Health Association Oklahoma, mental health institutions, MHAO, Michael Brose, Nathan Evans, National Death Reporting Program, Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, Oklahoma Child Death Review Board, Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation, Oklahoma State Department of Health, Oklahoma Violent Death Reporting System, OKVDRS, prison, suicide, suicide rates, Zoloft
New Capitol Hill Library site on track
Tags: Metro, calle dos cinco, Calle Dos Cinco at Historic Capitol Hill, Capitol Hill Library, children, Donna Cervantes, General Obligation Bond Program, Guernsey, Historic Capitol Hill, Jana Hausburg, library, Metropolitan Library System, MSR Design, Oklahoma City Community College, Pete White, Templo de Alabanza, youth
Museum organizers also added a public lecture, Matisse’s Windows, 6 p.m. Sept. 7.
Tags: Arts, Becky Weintz, Fauvism, Henri Matisse, Matisse in His Time, michael anderson, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Pablo Picasso
City and state organizations come together for Prepare Fest, an event to educate and prepare communities for disasters and threats.
Tags: Community & Lifestyle, City of Oklahoma City, Civic Center Music Hall, disaster, disaster training, event, family, FEMA, festival, natural disaster, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma City Fire Department, Oklahoma City Police Department, prepare fest, Safety, see something say something, weather
State Question 779 sparks debate over sales tax
By Laura Eastes and Candice Macis
Tags: State, amber england, ballot, budget, budget cuts, careertech, CQ Press, Dave Bond, David Boren, education, Education Improvement Fund, elections, funding, higher education, Medicaid, morale, National Center for Education Statistics, OCPA, ocpa impact, Oklahoma Constitution, oklahoma council of public affairs, Oklahoma State Department of Education, Oklahomas Children Our Future, public education, public schools, sales tax, social media, SQ 779, Stand for Children Oklahoma, state question, State Question 779, StopHigherTaxesOK.com, Tax Foundation, Teacher Appreciation week, teacher raises, teachers, TeachersMatterOK, Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust, TSET, University of Oklahoma, vote, voting, Yes for 779
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