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With law enforcement officers often on the frontline of responding to mental health emergencies, many agencies agree that mental health resources would help lighten the load on the profession that already struggles to attract employees.  

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In an era where law enforcement agencies nationwide struggle to recruit and retain officers, the same agencies continue to find themselves taxed with addressing mental health crises.

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RoCo Fit (Rogers County Fitness Training Program) – in collaboration with the Rogers County Health Department – will soon kick off the fall session of its free couch-to-5K group training program. Founded in 2010, RoCo Fit is a not-for-profit fitness collective dedicated to helping Rogers County residents become healthier. 

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Northeast Oklahoma E911 Trust Authority – commonly known as the Rogers County 911 – is in need of help and is seeking to hire four full-time workers.

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ATLANTA — Longtime public safety leader Michael "Mike" Register has been appointed by Gov. Brian Kemp as the new director of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. 

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Several hundred packed Kaufmann Leadership Academy’s sweltering gymnasium on  Wednesday morning to welcome Democratic gubernatorial candidate Beto O’Rourke to Cleburne with several dozen others unable to get inside braving the heat and then rain in the parking lot.

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It will be months, if not years, before the country sees the lasting impact of the U.S. Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, which protected women's decisions to terminate a pregnancy. 

HARRISBURG — The vote in Kansas defeating a proposed amendment to remove the right to abortion from that state’s constitution encouraged advocates for women’s reproductive rights in Pennsylvania, but top Democrats say the same outcome shouldn’t be taken for granted in the commonwealth.

Navajo woman Seraphine Warren walked through Claremore last week as she continued her journey from Saltwater, Arizona, to Washington D.C. Warren said her goal is to raise awareness of missing people – including her aunt Ella Mae Begay – on the reservation.

Rogers County Sheriff's deputies will soon be wearing Gtech body cameras after commissioners approved purchase of 76 body cameras and 27 car cameras during their regular meeting Monday.