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Okla. senator wants ban on human fetuses in food

Posted: 01/25/2012 - OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (AP) - A Republican state senator from Oklahoma City has introduced a bill that would ban the use of aborted human fetuses in food, though there's no indication that this is a concern.

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Oklahoma City school closed due to water damage

Posted: 01/25/2012 - OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (AP) - Officials say heavy rains overnight leaked into an Oklahoma City elementary school, causing damage to the ceiling and six classrooms.

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State: 'Serious' questions on GOP pipeline bill

Updated: 01/25/2012 - WASHINGTON, D.C (AP) - The State Department says a Republican bill that would strip President Barack Obama of his authority to decide on a Canada-to-Texas oil pipeline raises "serious" legal questions.

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Ex-Skiatook superintendent to be sentenced

Posted: 01/25/2012 - TULSA, OK (AP) - The former superintendent of Skiatook Public Schools is due in court to be sentenced after pleading guilty to accepting bribes from a school contractor.

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Investigators looking at what sparked Norman blaze

Posted: 01/24/2012 - NORMAN, OK (AP) - Authorities in Norman are investigating what sparked a grass fire that burned 40 acres and destroyed an Oklahoma Department of Transportation storage lot.

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Strong winds expected in west, central Okla.

Posted: 01/23/2012 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Strong wind gusts kicked up sand and fanned wildfires in parts of central and western Oklahoma, but no injuries or structural damage was reported.

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Okla. governor's office questioned casino plans

Posted: 01/23/2012 - TULSA, OK (AP) - Records released last weekend show that Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin's office learned about an Indian tribe's plan to build a casino in Broken Arrow months ago and questioned whether the land qualified for gaming.

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Professors seek answers for college sports

Posted: 01/23/2012 - TULSA, OK (AP) - They threw around ideas people dream about - a 64-team football playoff - and others that might be more realistic: finding a way to let players receive a small stipend in addition to their scholarships.

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Garth Brooks to testify again in hospital case

Posted: 01/23/2012 - CLAREMORE, OK (AP) - Country music singer Garth Brooks is expected to testify again this week in his lawsuit against Oklahoma's largest health care system.

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Investigators looking at what sparked Norman blaze

Posted: 01/23/2012 - NORMAN, OK. (AP) - Authorities in Norman are investigating what sparked a grass fire that burned 40 acres and destroyed an Oklahoma Department of Transportation storage lot.

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Texas water district appeals Okla. water ruling

Posted: 01/20/2012 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - A North Texas water district is appealing to the U.S. Supreme Court the dismissal of a federal lawsuit that seeks access to water supplies in southeastern Oklahoma.

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Texas water district appeals Okla. water ruling

Posted: 01/20/2012 - OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (AP) - A North Texas water district is appealing to the U.S. Supreme Court the dismissal of a federal lawsuit that seeks access to water supplies in southeastern Oklahoma.

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SD tribal official hails Keystone XL decision

Posted: 01/20/2012 - ROSEBUD, S.D. (AP) - Tribal officials in South Dakota are coming out in support of President Barack Obama's decision to temporarily halt the planned Keystone XL pipeline from Canada to the U.S. Gulf Coast.

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Okla. soldier sentenced, took fake bomb onto fort

Posted: 01/20/2012 - OKLAHOMA CITY,OK (AP) - A federal prosecutor says a Fort Sill soldier has been sentenced to a year and a day in prison for taking a fake bomb into the office of his commander at the fort.

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No charges filed in Cleveland Co. shooting death

Posted: 01/20/2012 - NORMAN, OK. (AP) - A prosecutor says no charges will be filed against a Cleveland County sheriff's deputy who shot and killed a man who allegedly pointed a gun at the officer.

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Police: Tulsa man kills himself after questioning

Posted: 01/20/2012 - ROSEBUD, S.D. (AP) - Tribal officials in South Dakota are coming out in support of President Barack Obama's decision to temporarily halt the planned Keystone XL pipeline from Canada to the U.S. Gulf Coast.

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Government approves waiver for Okla. hospital fee

Posted: 01/19/2012 - OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (AP) - The federal government has approved Oklahoma's plan to implement a provider fee to maintain reimbursement rates for hospitals that provide Medicaid services.

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Okla. House leaders to discuss pensions, reforms

Posted: 01/19/2012 - OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (AP) - House Speaker Kris Steele and members of the House's Republican majority will unveil new proposals for modernizing state government and propping up the state's underfunded pension systems.

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Tulsa jury acquits man in fire that killed 2

Posted: 01/19/2012 - TULSA, OK. (AP) - A Tulsa jury has acquitted a man of murder in the deaths of two people who were killed in a fire that prosecutors say was caused by a methamphetamine lab.

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Police: Okla. woman shot to death was pregnant

Posted: 01/19/2012 - MIDWEST CITY, OK. (AP) - Authorities say a 23-year-old Oklahoma National Guard reservist who was found shot to death in her home last week was six months pregnant.

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Okla. House pushes forward with ethics panel

Posted: 01/19/2012 - OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (AP) - After a tumultuous legislative session last year in which three members were publicly reprimanded - including one who faces criminal charges - a newly created House Ethics Committee is beginning its work.

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Oklahoma to get $5.2 million in agriculture aid

Posted: 01/18/2012 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Oklahoma is expected to receive more than $5.2 million in emergency agricultural assistance to help it recover from natural disasters in 2011.

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