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Oklahoma college professor to run for Congress

Posted: 11/09/2011 - OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (AP) - A longtime college professor says he plans to seek the Democratic nomination for Oklahoma's 5th Congressional District seat and challenge first term Republican U.S. Rep. James Lankford next year.

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Muskogee to name bridge for famed lawman Reeves

Posted: 11/08/2011 - MUSKOGEE, OK (AP) - The bridge over the Arkansas River between Muskogee and Fort Gibson will be named in honor of a frontier-era lawman who was born a slave in Arkansas.

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Okla. lawmakers plan diabetes awareness program

Posted: 11/08/2011 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Two Oklahoma lawmakers will join community leaders at the state Capitol to help draw attention to the growing health problem diabetes poses for minorities.

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Algae warning lifted for Okla.'s Tenkiller Lake

Updated: 11/08/2011 - TULSA, OK (AP) - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has lifted all of its blue-green algae warnings and advisories at Tenkiller Lake in eastern Oklahoma.

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Okla. speaker eyes criminal justice changes

Posted: 11/07/2011 - OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (AP) - Oklahoma House Speaker Kris Steele's plan to reduce Oklahoma's rising inmate population and its prison costs by diverting some nonviolent offenders from prison took effect just last week and already faces resistance.

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Formal sentencing set for Oklahoma warden's wife

Posted: 11/07/2011 - OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (AP) - Formal sentencing is set for a former prison warden's wife who was convicted of helping an inmate escape from a correctional facility.

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2 inmates found hanged at Oklahoma prison

Posted: 11/04/2011 - McALESTER, Okla. (AP) - Corrections officials say two inmates have been found dead in their cells at the Oklahoma State Penitentiary in McAlester.

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Testimony to resume in Oklahoma bribery charges

Posted: 11/04/2011 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Testimony is scheduled to resume in a preliminary hearing that will determine whether a state legislator and a former state senator should stand trial on felony bribery charges.

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Oklahoma drought claims Christmas tree farm

Posted: 11/04/2011 - PURCELL, OK. (AP) - The drought in Oklahoma this year has left a Purcell Christmas tree farmer with no choice but to fold up his operation.

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Ex-chief of Osage Nation to work for Cherokees

Posted: 11/03/2011 - TAHLEQUAH, OK. (AP) - A former chief of the Osage Nation will become the director of communications and government relations for the Cherokee Nation.

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Hearing set in Okla. tribal water rights lawsuit

Posted: 11/03/2011 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Attorneys for two Oklahoma Indian tribes are headed to federal court for a hearing in their lawsuit to stop a state agency from selling and exporting water from a southeastern Oklahoma reservoir without first reaching an agreement with the tribes.

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Escaped inmate recaptured in Oklahoma City

Posted: 11/03/2011 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The Oklahoma County Sheriff's office says an escapee from the state's minimum security Carver Center in Oklahoma City has been recaptured.

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