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Bald Eagle charges filed against 4 Okla. men

Updated: 05/20/2011 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Federal prosecutors say four men have been charged with unlawful possession, transport and sale of a bald eagle carcass and feathers in violation of federal law.

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Survivors tell of Okla. party that was fatal to 2

Posted: 05/16/2011 - KONAWA, Okla. (AP) - Friends of two people who died during a Seminole County party after ingesting a hallucinogenic drug thought to be similar to ecstasy say they don't want others making the same mistake.

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Survivors tell of Okla party that was fatal to 2

Posted: 05/16/2011 - KONAWA, Okla. (AP) - Friends of two people who died during a Seminole County party after ingesting a hallucinogenic drug thought to be similar to ecstasy say they don't want others making the same mistake.

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Audit requested of state dollars for museum

Updated: 05/16/2011 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - State Senator Patrick Anderson is asking for an audit of state dollars used to build the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum.

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Okla. endowment awards funding for fitness program

Posted: 05/16/2011 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The Board of Directors for the Oklahoma Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust has approved funding for 15 new grants aimed at helping promote good nutrition and healthy lifestyles.

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Okla. House redistricting plan clears panel

Updated: 05/10/2011 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - While a legislative plan to redraw Oklahoma's 101 House district boundaries is being praised as a bipartisan effort, Democrats in the Senate are complaining districts are being drawn in secret with the help of a GOP political consultant.

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Fallin signs Okla. teacher's pension bill

Posted: 05/10/2011 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Legislation to prohibit the officers of education associations from participating in the Oklahoma Teacher's Retirement System has been signed into law by Gov. Mary Fallin.

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Taxes on oil, sales boost state revenue in April

Posted: 05/10/2011 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The director of Oklahoma's Office of State Finance says a resurgence of activity in Oklahoma's oil fields helped boost state revenue in April.

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OKC foundation announces $5.23M in grants

Posted: 05/10/2011 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - An Oklahoma City-based foundation says it's awarding $5.23 million in grants to 46 organizations in Oklahoma.

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Grading system coming for Oklahoma schools

Posted: 05/05/2011 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Gov. Mary Fallin has signed bills to institute a letter-grade system for rating Oklahoma schools and end social promotion after the third grade.

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Okla. man: Attackers tattooed "RAPEST" on forehead

Posted: 05/05/2011 - DEL CITY, Okla. (AP) - An Oklahoma man who suffers from learning disabilities says attackers held him down, tattooed the word "RAPEST" on his forehead and shocked his genitals with a stun gun.

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Tribe seeks apology for code name

Posted: 05/05/2011 - UNDATED (AP) - The leader of the Fort Sill Apache Tribe is looking for a formal apology from President Barack Obama for the government's use of the code name "Geronimo" for Osama bin Laden.

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Grading system coming for Oklahoma schools

Posted: 05/04/2011 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Gov. Mary Fallin has signed bills to institute a letter-grade system for rating Oklahoma schools and end social promotion after the third grade.

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GOP education proposals head to Okla. governor

Posted: 05/03/2011 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Two Republican-sponsored proposals to change Oklahoma's education system have been given final legislative approval and are heading to the governor's desk.

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Okla.'s Homeland Security chief urges vigilance

Posted: 05/03/2011 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The head of Oklahoma's Office of Homeland Security says there have been no credible threats inside the state following announcement of the death of Osama bin Laden - but he's urging Oklahomans to remain vigilant.

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Okla. lawmaker delivers apology for comments

Posted: 05/03/2011 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - A Republican state lawmaker who denigrated blacks and women during debate last week in the House of Representatives has delivered a tearful apology on the House floor.

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Funeral Wednesday for slain North Texas deputy

Posted: 04/28/2011 - JOSHUA, Texas (AP) - About 1,200 mourners, many of them in law enforcement uniform, crowded into a North Texas high school auditorium to pay tribute to a North Texas sheriff's deputy killed in a shootout with an Oklahoma man that also left the suspect dead.

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