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Okla. House panel kills anti-meth prescription bill

Posted: 02/22/2012 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Despite impassioned pleas from district attorneys to limit access to a key ingredient used to make meth, a House committee has narrowly rejected a bill that would require a prescription to purchase certain cold medicines.

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Okla. City school officials fear possible takeover

Posted: 02/22/2012 - OKLAHOMA CITY,OK. (AP) - The superintendent of Oklahoma's largest school district says he's "very concerned" that the state Department of Education may take over 24 schools identified as needing improvement.

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210-mile oil pipeline planned in Oklahoma

Posted: 02/22/2012 - CUSHING, OK. (AP) - Three energy companies have announced plans to build a 210-mile pipeline to carry crude oil from western and north-central Oklahoma to the storage facility in Cushing.

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Midwest City man pleads guilty in infant's death

Posted: 02/22/2012 - MIDWEST CITY, OK. (AP) - A Midwest City man has been sentenced to 30 years in prison after pleading guilty to first-degree murder in the death of his 2-month-old daughter.

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Okla. lawmakers to have $47M more to spend

Posted: 02/21/2012 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Increased tax collections will give Oklahoma lawmakers about $47 million more to spend on the upcoming fiscal year - money that Gov. Mary Fallin says should be returned to Oklahomans in the form of a tax cut.

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Okla. DAs deliver impassioned plea for meth bill

Posted: 02/21/2012 - OKLAHOMA CITY,OK. (AP) - Oklahoma prosecutors want the Legislature to revive a bill that would require a prescription to purchase cold tablets that contain a key ingredient used to make methamphetamine.

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Okla. Supreme Court sets April 19 water hearing

Posted: 02/20/2012 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The Oklahoma Supreme Court has scheduled an April 19 hearing on a lawsuit concerning the water rights of two Oklahoma-based American Indian tribes in their historic territories in southeastern Oklahoma.

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Arrest made after Okla. woman killed in hit-and-run

Posted: 02/20/2012 - COLLINSVILLE, OK. (AP) - The Rogers County sheriff says a woman was killed when she got into an argument with a man who later left in a pickup truck, running her over and dragging her body for several feet.

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Oklahoma facing shortage of execution drug

Posted: 02/20/2012 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The Oklahoma Department of Corrections says it has three doses left of a sedative used in lethal injections - and two executions are scheduled for next month.

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Oklahoma facing shortage of execution drug

Posted: 02/20/2012 - OKLAHOMA CITY,OK. (AP) - The Oklahoma Department of Corrections says it has three doses left of a sedative used in lethal injections - and two executions are scheduled for next month.

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Paul looks for delegates, respect in caucus states

Posted: 02/20/2012 - WASHINGTON,D.C. (AP) - Ron Paul may not win the Republican nomination for president - he has yet to win a single state - but his strategy of trying to amass delegates in caucus states could land him a prominent role at the party's national convention this summer.

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Anti-meth bill killed by Okla. Senate panel

Posted: 02/17/2012 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Over-the-counter sales of cold medicines that contain a key ingredient used to make meth will continue after Oklahoma lawmakers killed a bill to require a prescription to buy them.

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