Monday, August 19, 2019

Civics

Civics

People with disabilities and older adults left out in the storm

By Ariel Salk, Carly Henry and Natalie Wadas | News21 ST. THOMAS, U.S. Virgin Islands – Elegant cruise ships dock in the ports of St....
States

Without federal aid, states help themselves

By Drew Hutchinson and Bailey Lewis | News21 BONDURANT, Wyoming – Marlene “Lanie” Beebe stood in a pair of slippers, surrounded by scorched trees. A...
storm survivors

Storm survivors ‘struggle in silence’ with mental health

By Sarah Beth Guevara and Katie Hunger | News21 MOORE — After a natural disaster, storm survivors can have psychological fallouts for weeks and months,...
Joe Biden

Poll: Joe Biden has early lead with Oklahoma Democrats

Former Vice President Joe Biden leads the field among Oklahoma Democrats just more than six months before the state's presidential primary, but the party's...
wildfire

Wildfire-vulnerable communities brace for growing threat

By Anton L. Delgado and Dustin Patar | News21 SHINGLETOWN, California — Unless it’s Sunday, Kelly Loew is steering her rusty-red Jeep down the same...
Health Care Working Group

Health care working group gets overview at first meeting

The Oklahoma Legislature's new Health Care Working Group met for the first time Wednesday morning and heard presentations from state agency leaders who provided...
K-9 unitvideo

‘Worst part of our job’: K-9 unit needs new dog after...

The Oklahoma City Police Department's Canine Facility is searching for a new dog after Canine Officer Kurt passed away in late July. The facility...
Damage assessment

Air Force volunteers provide post-disaster damage assessment

By Brigette Waltermire | News 21 YUKON —  "How bad is it?" That is the first thing agencies try to assess after a disaster hits, whether it...
smaller disasters

Small communities struggle to cope with large disasters

By Justine Coleman and Isaac Windes | News21 Katrina. Sandy. Harvey. Maria. Each was a disaster of shattering magnitude, battering America’s shores over the past two...
Washington liaison

Stitt administration plans to hire Washington liaison

Gov. Kevin Stitt intends to open an Oklahoma field office in Washington and hire a full-time staff member to represent the state's interests at...

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