SAN DIEGO (AP) — The number of migrant children housed at the Biden administration's largest emergency shelter for those who crossed the U.S.-Mexico border alone has dropped by more than 40% since mid-June, a top U.S. official said Monday, touting progress at the facility that has been criticized by child welfare advocates.
“Getting a DUI is not the worst thing that happens; killing yourself or someone else on the roadway, is," Oklahoma ABLE Commission Capt. Erik Smoot said. "And it’s always a choice. “
Fostering Joy provides gifts to foster children in Oklahoma through the nonprofit Fostering Connections, formerly known as the Tulsa Advocates for the Protection of Children.
A Columbia University professor told a House panel that the few studies on the subject "found no evidence that asking about prior convictions improved campus safety."
Generally, advocates for reparations say that three different groups should pay for them: federal and state governments, which enshrined, supported and protected the institution of slavery; private businesses that financially benefited from it; and rich families that owe a good portion of their wealth to slavery.
The goal of the effort, Shelly Brady said, is to encourage the public to wear masks by focusing on the safety of first responders and healthcare workers.
Special education officials around the state said they won’t make New Jersey’s most vulnerable student population guinea pigs for a school reopening plan, even though the need for in-person instruction in some students’ cases is desperate.
Not long after local schools closed for the COVID-19 pandemic, a student emailed Betty Collins to explain why he couldn’t finish his classwork.
A. In March, owners and players agreed that salaries would be prorated for any games played this season. To play roughly 50% of the season, as owners have proposed, would require a 50% pay cut.
The City of Owasso announced it will host a series of weekly industry Zoom meetings, kicking off this week.
The city's current Animal Welfare staff will also be able to submit a proposal.
The Cherokee Nation honored four veterans, three of them brothers, with the Medal of Patriotism at the January Tribal Council meeting on Monda…
For normal medicines, the agency typically has 10 months to issue a ruling.
Each time she was booked into the Cumberland County jail, Leanne Taylor was strip searched and issued two orange, ill-fitting jumpsuits, a hand towel, blanket and sheet, and a pair of flip-flops.
Domestic violence is a worldwide epidemic affecting millions of people across the United States each year. On average, 24 people per minute wi…
Tulsa resident Kelly Smalley just wants to feel better again and go back to work.
BusinessTHRIVE, set to launch in July, is a strategic, first-of-its-kind Business Expansion & Retention program by the City of Owasso to keep businesses in the community and provide assistance for those looking to expand.
Purdue University Fort Wayne's Top 50 list recognizes students, like Anderson, who excel not only academically and in co-curricular activities, but who also make their mark by giving back to the campus and to their communities.
Paul joins 12 influential individuals, including George Kaiser, Kevin Stitt and G.T. Bynum, to carry the coveted title, presented by Tulsa World staff every year.