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  • Innovative New Naloxone Auto-Injector

    K. Lanktree | Updated: Fri, Jul 25, 2014

    The anti-overdose drug Naloxone has gained popularity recently, with local governments beginning to arm first responders and addicts with the life-saving antidote. But, the drug is only capable of saving a life if someone is there to administer it.

  • Temperature is not just hot and cold

    Robert Hayes | Updated: Fri, Jul 25, 2014

    Temperature is indeed what a thermometer measures but its physical meaning is far more subtle. Temperature is not a measure of heat nor energy but requires a more detailed description including entropy.

  • Definitely NOT Dead: Lyric's 'Spamalot'

    Anna Holloway | Updated: Thu, Jul 24, 2014

    Definitely NOT Dead: Lyric’s “Spamalot”

  • Summer Gem: Cimarron Opera Company

    Anna Holloway | Updated: Wed, Jul 23, 2014

    Summer Gem: Cimarron Opera Company

  • Poteet Succeeds with 'How to Succeed…'

    Anna Holloway | Updated: Tue, Jul 22, 2014

    “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” at the Poteet Theatre is a beautifully performed, high-quality production of a classic musical.

  • Photo Gallery: Oklahoma City Skyline in July

    Will Hider | Updated: Tue, Jul 22, 2014

    While spending time at The Humphreys Co.

  • Inside the Oklahoma Mental Health System: The Community Response Team

    jean Williams | Updated: Fri, Jul 18, 2014

    The Community Response Team is working to make outcomes better for those who have sought mental health or substance abuse crisis services in Oklahoma County. Through community partnerships, help is extending well beyond the crisis center doors.

  • Travel Along: Independence Day in California

    Marcy Williams | Updated: Thu, Jul 17, 2014

    Celebrating the Fourth of July while in California on vacation meant putting traditions aside and making new memories with the family.

  • Travel Along: Food and fun in California

    Marcy Williams | Updated: Thu, Jul 17, 2014

    In the Los Angeles area, Hollywood is a tourist's playground, from the Walk of Fame to a tour of movie stars' homes. There are also a number of restaurants described as fast food that will please both kids and adults.

  • Travel Along: California Dreamin'

    Marcy Williams | Updated: Thu, Jul 17, 2014

    Planning a trip to California requires thoughtful consideration of the wide range of interests and ages of the group traveling together.

  • Just Kicking It On Route 66

    Carla Meadows | Updated: Wed, Jul 16, 2014

    Traveling along Route 66, better known as the Mother Road, offers great opportunities for you and your kids to visit fun and quirky stops along this famous stretch of highway. Nothing says road trip like getting your kicks on Route 66.

  • Tanzania's First Methadone Clinic A Smashing Success

    K. Lanktree | Updated: Tue, Jul 15, 2014

    In 2011, the Tanzanian government opened the country's first methadone maintenance clinic, and a new study is highlighting successes the program has achieved thus far.

  • Differences between Japan and Oklahoma

    Michelle Sutherlin | Updated: Tue, Jul 15, 2014

    Although there are many similarities with Japanese and American children, there are major differences in the schools we saw in Japan and the schools in Norman.

  • Create Big Fun in a Little Family Travel Pack

    Carla Meadows | Updated: Mon, Jul 14, 2014

    If you remember getting a care package while away at summer camp, then you'll love the idea of creating a family travel pack for your next road trip. Here are some fun tips that will keep your kids engaged and build intentional family moments.

  • Minivan Matinees with Road Trip Movies

    Carla Meadows | Updated: Mon, Jul 14, 2014

    What a better way to spend time on the road than to watch movies about taking a road trip adventure. Check out these great family-fun and mommy-favorite picks.

  • Travel Along: Entertained in Nassau

    Marcy Williams | Updated: Mon, Jul 14, 2014

    Nassau in the Bahamas is home to several resorts, delicious food and beaches to enjoy. A trip there can be expensive, but is worth the cost.

  • Travel Along: Enjoying beach life in the Bahamas

    Marcy Williams | Updated: Mon, Jul 14, 2014

    The Bahamas provide beautiful Caribbean blue waters and sparkling beaches for visitors and Bahamians to enjoy.

  • Road Trip Travels Help Bring Civil Rights History to Life for Youngsters

    Carla Meadows | Updated: Thu, Jul 10, 2014

    See how the South's amazing Civil Rights attractions and museums bring history to life for youngsters by retracing the same steps as those who fought for human rights for all people.

  • How Summer Road Trips Get Kids Unplugged from Technology, Tuned In to Family Time

    Carla Meadows | Updated: Thu, Jul 10, 2014

    Taking an old-fashioned family road trip is not only a great way to spend a summer vacation, it also gives you a wonderful opportunity to build intentional family time through the wonders of travel and create memories that will last a lifetime.

  • Japan Days 3 & 4 - The Universal Languages of Children

    Michelle Sutherlin | Updated: Wed, Jul 9, 2014

    The universal languages are the same whether you are in Japan or Oklahoma.