OKlahoma's most wanted
Miguel Rodriguez - CAPTURED!
The Warrant Squad needs your help tracking down a man they say committed an armed robbery. If you know
where Miguel Rodriguez is, call the Warrant Squad at (405)
713-6262 or (405) 713-6263.
Monday, November 28 2011, 03:38 PM CST
IN OKLAHOMA NEWS
FOX 25 LOCAL NEWS
Okla. health officials warn of food vendor issues
May 22, 2013 16:34 GMT
MOORE, Okla. (AP) -- State health officials say several vendors setting up in Moore to help provide food to residents and workers in the area are failing to follow basic health guidelines.
Cleveland County Health Department officials say there have been reports of numerous vendors in the area giving away or selling food for people living and working in the area.
The director of the state health department's consumer health service, K.C. Ely, says that while they appreciate that people want to help, they are finding "multiple food safety hazards."
Ely says a check of several vendors found no means for washing hands, water, screening, overhead protection or other basic food safety requirements.
Ely urged vendors to check in with the Norman branch of the Cleveland County Health Department before setting up operations.
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