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Osage Nation battles construction of new wind farm
PAWHUSKA — Construction on a wind farm in Osage County has been temporarily set back.
OG&E warns customers of scam
OG&E is warning customers about a prepaid debit card scam that is targeting utility customers across the country. Scam artists are posing as electric company employees and calling customers to tell them they are behind on their electric bill.
Slain Australian buried in hometown
CANBERRA, Australia — The 22-year-old Australian baseball player slain in a drive-by shooting in Oklahoma was buried in his hometown of Melbourne on Wednesday after a funeral attended by more than 500 mourners. His tearful American ...
Pay raises for teachers
State School Superintendent Janet Barresi wants Oklahoma public school teachers to get a $2,000 raise, but she wants local districts to find the money to pay for it.
Texas police nab Okla. murder suspect, son OK
An Amber Alert issued in Osage County, Okla., says Connor is wanted for homicide in Tuesday night's fatal shooting of the child's grandmother.
DHS names welfare deputy director
Steve Burton has been named Region 2 child welfare deputy director for the Oklahoma Department of Human Services (DHS). Burton will oversee child welfare in the following counties: Harmon, Jackson, Greer, Kiowa, Tillman, Comanche, Caddo, ...
Judge blocks Okla. morning-after pill restrictions
An Oklahoma County judge Monday blocked a new state law that restricts access to the morning-after pill.
Quilters helping piece life together for survivors
For Cleveland County residents who lost everything in the May tornadoes, recent weeks have been a process of piecing lives back together. For Pauline Best, a Bakersfield, Calif., resident, making something whole out of pieces is an art form.
US judge denies motion to dismiss Oklahoma lawsuit
A federal judge Monday denied most of the federal government’s motion to dismiss Oklahoma’s legal challenge to implementation of the new federal health care law.
Noble man reflects back on 102 years
Fred Scott is a noble man — literally and figuratively. The 102-year-old resident of the Noble Health Center is modest about his personal and professional accomplishments. After only a few minutes in his presence, you’ll know he’s a ...
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