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Since her husband was diagnosed with cancer in July, Diane Turner has been unable to work because of the care that he needs. She's gone through the savings and was unable to pay the bills. Looking for help, she called the 211 Helpline and was
Tulsa World The number of people staying overnight in homeless shelters decreased, while the number of formerly homeless living in supportive housing increased from last year to this year according to the Tulsa City-County Continuum of Care Point-in-
On Wednesday, people started calling for transportation to doctors' offices and to get medications and groceries. "We're working through a check list to help prioritize and to see if they have any alternatives to postpone getting that medication. If
Last Modified: 6/24/2010 2:28 AM As the heat index approached 105 degrees, area cooling stations sat empty Wednesday. The locations are fully prepared to serve people during a time of excessive heat, but administrators for the centers said many
He says the priority is to help Oklahomans so they can buy healthy food through the food-stamp program. Published: 5/29/2010 2:24 AM Last Modified: 5/29/2010 2:24 AM More Oklahomans need help paying for food than ever before, as food-stamp
NT William Barbour has been reinstated as Nunatsiavut's minister of lands. (CBC) A cabinet minister in Labrador's Inuit government is back at his post, a year and a half after he was stripped of his position for being drunk at work.
That number could rise depending on the outcome of ongoing investigations of the lingering storm damage. One to two meteorological teams are studying damage to get a final tornado count, said Mark Plate, a meteorologist for the National Weather