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Okla. court overturns child sex abuse conviction

Posted: 09/08/2011 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals has overturned the child sexual abuse conviction of a man because an assistant district attorney in the case had once represented the man in a related case.

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Court affirms dismissal of Okla water rights cases

Posted: 09/07/2011 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - A federal appeals court has affirmed the dismissal of lawsuits seeking to authorize the sale of water in southeastern Oklahoma to rapidly growing communities in North Texas.

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Chickasaw Nation now operates Okla. tourist center

Posted: 09/07/2011 - THACKERVILLE, Okla. (AP) - The Chickasaw Nation has taken over operation of a state tourism information center just north of Oklahoma/Texas line near Thackerville.

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Cherokee freedmen want to stop tribal election

Posted: 09/07/2011 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Descendants of former black slaves once owned by members of the Cherokee Nation have asked a federal judge to block a tribal election for principal chief until the tribe restores their full citizenship rights, including the right to vote.

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Okla. senator renews redistricting challenge

Posted: 09/07/2011 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - An Oklahoma lawmaker is renewing his legal challenge alleging the state Senate district lines approved by the Legislature this year are unconstitutional and the result of political gerrymandering.

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Fallin taps Oologah woman to health care panel

Posted: 09/07/2011 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Gov. Mary Fallin has named the owner of a health care staffing company to a position on the Oklahoma Health Care Authority Board.

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2 Okla. school districts file suit over vouchers

Posted: 09/07/2011 - TULSA, OK (AP) - Two Tulsa area school districts have filed a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of a law allowing the use of public funds to send special-needs students to private schools.

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Okla. City standoff ends with 1 found dead in home

Posted: 09/07/2011 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Police say a standoff at a southwest Oklahoma City home ended with a woman found dead in the home and a man in custody after falling through the ceiling of the house.

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Okla. reviews contracts after test score errors

Posted: 09/06/2011 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Almost a decade after Oklahoma fired a testing company due to problems with school test scores, the state has run into new issues with exams.

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Tulsa Drillers attendance down, heat gets blame

Updated: 09/06/2011 - TULSA, OK (AP) - The Tulsa Drillers drew fewer fans to the ballpark in 2011 than the year before, a decline that the franchise blames on the extreme heat this summer.

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Okla. recreation chief opposes parks privatization

Posted: 09/06/2011 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The new chief of the Oklahoma Department of Tourism and Recreation says it's impractical to privatize operation of the state's 35 state parks.

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Cold front helps calm SW Okla. grass fire

Posted: 09/05/2011 - MEERS, OK (AP) - Authorities are lifting an evacuation order in southwestern Oklahoma after cooler weather brought higher humidity that helped calm a grass fire that destroyed 11 homes.

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Okla. investigators to probe how DHS handled case

Posted: 09/05/2011 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation has agreed to conduct a criminal inquiry into how the Department of Human Services handled the placement of a girl who was fatally beaten.

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Ozone alert in effect for Oklahoma City, Tulsa

Posted: 09/02/2011 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality has issued an ozone alert for the Oklahoma City and Tulsa metropolitan areas.

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Sense of fear lingers in Okla. on 9/11 anniversary

Posted: 09/02/2011 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Before Sept. 11, there was April 19 - when a truck bomb ripped apart a federal building in Oklahoma City and proved that anyone, anywhere, could be attacked.

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Officials to talk about prairie chickens in Okla

Posted: 09/02/2011 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Officials in Oklahoma are going to discuss whether a bird called the lesser prairie chicken should be named an endangered or threatened species.

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