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    Oklahoma City turns to fundraising to help pay for adjunct teachers

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The state’s budget crisis may be nearly behind us as we get ready for the new fiscal year, but school leaders and students will continue to feel the effects. The Oklahoma City Public School District was forced to adjust more than 200 teacher positions when it was handed a $30 million budget […]

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    Woman attacked by bear while running marathon; survived by playing dead

    VALLES CALDERA NATIONAL PRESERVE, N.M. — Wildlife officials in New Mexico say a woman was attacked by a bear while she was running a marathon in northern New Mexico on Saturday. Karen Williams was running when a female black bear confronted her, according to the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish. According to reports, […]

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    Crews to begin repairing May Ave. bridge immediately; traffic will be impacted

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Drivers may need to find an alternate route as crews begin repairing a busy intersection in northwest Oklahoma City. Last month, the May Avenue bridge that crosses over Northwest Expressway collapsed when a semi hauling a boom lift hit the bridge. The driver of the truck told police thought he could make it […]

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    British politician Jo Cox dies after being shot, stabbed by attacker

    LONDON, England– British politician Jo Cox, described as a rising star of the opposition Labour Party, has died as a result of her injuries from an attack in her constituency Thursday, police said. The 41-year-old is the first British lawmaker to be killed in office since Conservative MP Ian Gow was assassinated by the IRA […]

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    Ravens player shocks animal shelter staff with unusual request

    BALTIMORE, Md. – Ronnie Stanley is known for being a tough guy on the field. The offensive tackle for the Baltimore Ravens is known for being quick on his feet and his ability to block passes. However, his soft heart off the field is earning him new fans. The Baltimore Animal Rescue & Care Shelter […]

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    Dog apparently dumped at Newport Beach recovering after having 46-pound tumor removed

    Newport Beach, CA – A golden retriever named Henry was recovering Wednesday after undergoing surgery to remove a 46-pound tumor on his side less than a month after he was found wandering alone on the sand in Newport Beach, apparently after having been dumped. Henry was discovered at the beach on May 12, the huge […]

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    Very hot drinks listed as ‘probably carcinogenic’ in new report

    Anyone who likes to curl up with a steaming hot drink should consider letting some of that warmth subside, because drinking it could increase their risk of developing cancer. In a review published today by the International Agency for Research on Cancer, the cancer agency of the World Health Organization, drinking very hot beverages was […]

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    “Somebody’s going to lose their child,” Woman pleads for help dealing with “violent” dogs

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Two years ago seems like yesterday for Julie Wagoner. An attack that left her and her service dog bloodied is still fresh in her mind especially, she said, because the issue has not been resolved. “They’re running the streets left and right,” Wagoner said of dogs she describes as violent. “I’ve called several […]

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    HearAgain: How do I know if I need a hearing test?

      If you lose hearing, either suddenly or over time, you’ll have trouble making out details of conversations. Sounds will become muffled and gradually fade. You might also have: Ringing in your ears, called tinnitus Pain, pressure or fullness in one or both ears Dizziness or vertigo Frequently the first sign of hearing loss that […]

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    HearAgain: What causes hearing loss?

    There are three basic types of hearing loss: conductive hearing loss, sensorineural hearing loss, and mixed hearing loss.  Treatment options for all three may include, medicine, surgery or hearing aids. Sensorineural hearing loss  is the most common type of hearing loss and the type we help treat at Hear Again.  Sensorineural hearing loss occurs when there is […]

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    HearAgain: What happens during a hearing test?

    Hearing screenings are painless, simple and contain 4 basic steps: 1. A review of personal information to discuss the different types of environments you may have trouble hearing in, work history, and exposure to loud sounds or other ways you think may be a contributor in hearing loss. 2. A physical exam of the ears […]