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Five more earthquakes rattle parts of Oklahoma Friday

Posted: 02/19/2016 - FAIRVIEW, Okla. -- Five earthquakes have rattled three Oklahoma towns nearly a week after a 5.1 magnitude shook northwest parts of the state and was felt in seven other states.

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Marietta man gets life for kidnapping, rape of young girl

Updated: 02/19/2016 - MARIETTA, Okla. -- Fount Duston, 35, pleaded guilty to all 14 of his charges including kidnapping and rape in January. On Thursday the judge sentenced Duston to life in prison without the possibility of parole plus at least 80 years. The sentences will run consecutively.

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Oklahoma superdelegate says she's 'Feeling the Bern'

Posted: 02/18/2016 - OKLAHOMA CITY -- Hillary Clinton is widening her commanding lead nationally among superdelegates to the Democratic National Convention, but at least one of Oklahoma's four superdelegates says she is "feeling the Bern."

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Surprise contraband crackdowns continue in Oklahoma prisons

Posted: 02/18/2016 - OKLAHOMA CITY -- Surprise crackdowns on Oklahoma prison contraband continue as officials announce a recent raid pulled in drugs and banned cellphones from inmates at Jefferson County Detention Center.

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County roads may take hit from budget cuts

Posted: 02/18/2016 - Budget cuts are causing issues for nearly everyone in Oklahoma including county commissioners who are working to fix damaged roads and still pay their employees.

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More than $1000 stolen from Ada church

Posted: 02/18/2016 - The burglary occurred sometime between Sunday night and Monday morning at the Parish Office of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church.

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Muslim man sues Oklahoma gun range for refusing him service

Posted: 02/17/2016 - OKLAHOMA CITY -- A U.S. Army reservist from Tulsa who was asked to leave a gun range in eastern Oklahoma after identifying himself as a Muslim is suing the owners in federal court, pushing back against what he says is a rise in anti-Islamic sentiment across the country.

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Oklahoma panel led by Fallin to certify $1.1 billion hole

Posted: 02/16/2016 - OKLAHOMA CITY -- A state board led by Gov. Mary Fallin is set to certify that the Oklahoma Legislature will have a budget hole next year of $1.1 billion, and the deficit will actually be upwards of $1.3 billion once one-time funds are considered.

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