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$12k award, murder-suicide case closed, and cancer support
VNN Weekly Digest Month May 22-28
Here’s a look at the week’s top stories:
VNN Oklahoma and LHRI receive $12K for Allotment Era research and reporting
(MUSCOGEE NATION) Funding storytelling that has remained buried for more than 100 years is no easy feat, but through collaboration and innovation Tulsa’s Allotment Era stories are now on their way to a national audience.
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New details emerge as police close the case on murder-suicide of 8
(OKLAHOMA) Though the home where two adults and six children were shot to death last October has since been torn down, many questions still remain. Following the release of the full autopsy reports of the parents of the deceased children, Brian and Brittney Nelson, Broken Arrow Police said the exact details of what transpired inside the house that afternoon will never be known.
New Day Foundation seeks to help more West Michigan Families dealing with cancer
(MICHIGAN) Hearing the words, "you have cancer" can be one of the most stressful experiences of a person's life. But for many patients and their families, that's just the beginning of a process that is stressful physically, emotionally, and financially as they work to figure out a treatment plan.
WEATHER ACROSS AMERICA
(NATIONAL) A convective low pressure system bringing areas of heavy rain, gusty winds and hazardous beach and boating conditions for the Southeast into the Mid-Atlantic, showers and thunderstorms expected to linger across the Great Basin, northern and central Rockies, and the High Plains, warmer than normal across much of the Northwest and north-central U.S., and much cooler than normal across the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast.
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