An Oklahoma hospital has a new system to reduce C-sections: It starts with a simple whiteboard.

Saint Francis Hospital in Tulsa is one of four hospitals in the country to take part in a pilot program aimed to reduce C-section delivery rates.
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Cell by Cell: The complete list of people who have died in Oklahoma jails in 2019

The Frontier is tracking every jail death in Oklahoma in 2019. We hope to uncover more about how and why people die in Oklahoma jails. 
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‘False, deceptive and misleading:’ Johnson & Johnson to pay $572 million in landmark opioid trial, judge rules

The judge's landmark decision is the first in the nation to hold a drug company responsible for contributing to the opioid crisis. There are hundreds of similar lawsuits pending across the U.S. in state and federal courts
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$3.2 million settlement reached in Carter Co. jail death case

An employee at the Sheriff's Office on Wednesday afternoon found a key piece of evidence related to Manos' care at the jail that had not been disclosed before the trial, which started on Monday.
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As testimony continues, trial in Michael Manos’ death hits a few snags

Jailers at the Carter County jail declined to send Michael Manos to the hospital just four days before he died in his cell, a former paramedic testified Wednesday.
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Carter Co. jail didn’t train staff on medical protocols, former deputy testifies

The former detention deputy testified another deputy found Manos unresponsive while passing out medication to inmates. The deputy nudged Manos with his foot before continuing to pass out medicine to other inmates. He did not alert other staff until he was finished.
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Following teen’s death, state agency recommends Oklahoma County Jail change its suicide prevention policies

The death of 16-year old John Leroy Daniel Applegate raised questions about the oversight of juveniles awaiting trial at county jails in the state.
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Mental health experts: Mental health just one piece of larger mass shooting puzzle

While state politicians have said the key to stopping mass shootings is an increase in mental health funding, mental health experts say the issue is more nuanced.
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Survey: Tell us about your experience with maternal health care in Oklahoma

Your answers will help us learn more about what works in the system and what doesn't. It takes about three minutes to fill out. 
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Ardmore refinery sues chemical manufacturers for toxic ‘forever chemical’

The lawsuit accuses the companies of product liability for defective design, product liability for failure to warn, negligence, gross negligence, fraud and deceit, breach of warranties, unjust enrichment and violation of the Oklahoma Consumer Protection Act.
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