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AUSTIN — The monkeypox virus continues to spread in Texas with nearly 1,000 confirmed cases.

Last week, the FBI raided Donald Trump's home, looking for documents he might still have in his possession, as part of an investigation on his mishandling of classified information. His supporters are now insisting that the FBI needs to be defunded.

STILLWATER – Harvest is approaching for Oklahoma summer crops, and fields are either looking really good or really bad with no middle ground, according to Oklahoma State University Extension crop specialists.

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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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PITTSBURGH — Originally the plan Wednesday was for Josh Winckowski to piggyback on starter Rich Hill so the bullpen could have the day to reset, but after Hill went five innings Red Sox manager Alex Cora went to Ryan Brasier, Hirokazu Sawamura and Jeurys Familia instead.

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PITTSBURGH — There was a point when Alex Verdugo was arguably the unluckiest player in Major League Baseball, with numbers that fell far short of what his advanced metrics suggested he should have.

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HUNTSVILLE — Texas executed Kosoul Chanthakoummane without incident Wednesday, despite calls for a stay due to the use of questionable evidence during the inmate’s trial. It was the state’s second execution this year.

AUSTIN — The Governor’s Public Safety Office launched two grant programs Wednesday geared toward offering financial aid in new school safety initiatives.

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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.