(RNN) - The national investigation of doctors’ roles in the opioid crisis was built on a foundation of public data and documents.
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The Clinton Herald sent questionnaires to each candidate for the upcoming Nov. 7 city election. This questionnaire features responses from At-…
WASHINGTON - The information about the veteran is scant, clinical in tone, yet disturbing.
OKLAHOMA CITY — By the end of the week, Lola Edwards expects she’ll have to lay off 12 employees who work for her home health agency.
Much has been made of the distress and discontent in rural areas during the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Few realize, however, this is also felt through unequal health.
WASHINGTON - Congress sent proposed legislation to President Donald Trump on Tuesday that wipes away landmark online privacy protections, the first salvo in what is likely to become a significant reworking of the rules governing Internet access in an era of Republican dominance.
As the spring severe storm season ramps up across the Midwest, an electric utility provider in Oklahoma is turning to drone technology in an effort to reduce the length of power outages following bad weather.
ATLANTA – Lawmakers want to use a tax break to lure broadband internet providers into underserved areas of the state.