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Cover Story: Chicken-Fried News predictions for 2018

CFN looks back on 2017 and makes predictions about what Okies will get up to in 2018.

Locals can bring their unwanted prescriptions to seven pharmacies, including Edmond’s Creative Care Pharmacy, for safe disposal. (Photo Laura Eastes)

In Oklahoma, where the misuse and abuse of opioids is an escalating crisis, safe disposal is key to prevention

Seven pharmacies in the metro area have MedSafe drug disposal bins.

Kirk Humphreys stood at a podium and read a prepared statement apologizing for the remarks he made about gay men on Flashpoint. (Photo Laura Eastes )

Kirk Humphreys will resign from OU Board of Regents in January because his presence is ‘a problem’

The former Oklahoma City mayor made comments on local television comparing LGBTQ people to pedophiles.

Streetcar tracks laid in downtown Oklahoma City are part of the MAPS 3 initiative to bring a streetcar transit system to the city. (Photo Laura Eastes)

MAPS 3 tax is anticipated to sunset with a $28.5 million surplus

The MAPS 3 tax is anticipated to sunset with a $28.5 million surplus.

Ann Felton Gilliland said Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity works in partnership with the local community to build houses and hope and change lives. (Photo Laura Eastes)

Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity is just shy of 1,000 homes as it marks 30 years

Driven by passion, Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity continues to make the dreams of homeownership true for local families.

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