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Okla. lawmakers enter Legislature's final week

Posted: 05/24/2010 - Completing the state budget will be at the top of the agenda when Oklahoma lawmakers return to the state Capitol for the last week of the 2010 regular legislative session.

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Okla. surgeon surrenders license

Posted: 05/23/2010 - An Oklahoma City surgeon who was the subject of international controversy after a Russian teenager died following risky brain surgery has surrendered his medical license.

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Lawmakers: Deal reached for FY 2011 Okla. budget

Posted: 05/20/2010 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - State lawmakers are confirming the Democratic governor and GOP leaders of the House and Senate have reached a deal on a state budget for the fiscal year that begins July 1.

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Heavy rain in Okla., traps motorist, homes flooded

Posted: 05/20/2010 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Heavy rain fell across eastern Oklahoma and trapped at least one motorist in Muskogee as others fled their cars on flooded streets in Tulsa before the storm moved into Arkansas.

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Henry requests federal tornado aid for Oklahoma

Posted: 05/20/2010 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Gov. Brad Henry wants a federal disaster declaration for 15 Oklahoma counties hit hard by violent storms that left two dead and hundreds of homes and businesses damaged or destroyed.

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Okla. Senate panel OKs $25M in cuts to tax credits

Posted: 05/19/2010 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - A Senate budget panel has approved more than $25 million in cuts to income tax credits that are designed to help plug an estimated $1.2 billion hole in the state budget.

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Budget deal, busy week await Okla. lawmakers

Posted: 05/17/2010 - With a looming budget deal and literally hundreds of bills waiting to emerge from conference committees, lawmakers expect a furious pace during the final two weeks of the legislative session.

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Flood damage reported in Medina County

Posted: 05/16/2010 - Cleanup was under way in Medina County after dozens of homes received flood damage, and more rain was expected across the state on Sunday.

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End to fees in Okla. suits hits program budgets

Posted: 05/16/2010 - Some state programs are looking for additional sources of funding now that court clerks in Oklahoma are no longer collecting some fees that were formerly charged for filing civil lawsuits.

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Signatures enough to convene Okla. panel for probe

Posted: 05/16/2010 - Tulsa County authorities say petitions seeking an investigation of spending by the Skiatook School District had enough signatures to require a judge to convene a grand jury.

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Okla. AG seeks review of Texas power plants

Posted: 05/15/2010 - Attorney General Drew Edmondson wants the Environmental Protection Agency to review the process for permitting coal-fired power plants in Texas.

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Former Quest official receives 2-year sentence

Posted: 05/15/2010 - A former purchasing director for Quest Energy Partners LP has received a two-year prison sentence for failing to report to authorities that $1 million had been taken from the company illegally.

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