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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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3 charged with murder in Okla. woman's death

Posted: 02/17/2012 - OKLAHOMA CITY,OK. (AP) - Oklahoma County prosecutors have filed two first-degree murder counts against three people in the death of a pregnant Midwest City woman.

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Okla. company owner says senator did no legal work

Updated: 02/15/2012 - OKLAHOMA CITY,OK. (AP) - One of the owners of a solid waste management company says the former leader of the Oklahoma Senate did no legal work for the company although he was paid $141,000 over three years.

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Okla. man to seek bond if trial postponed

Updated: 02/15/2012 - MUSKOGEE, OK. (AP) - The attorney for a Council Hill man whose first-degree murder conviction was overturned plans to seek a bond hearing if his client's new trial is postponed.

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Meningitis may have killed 4-month-old Okla. boy

Updated: 02/15/2012 - TULSA, OK.(AP) - Health officials are trying to determine if the death of a 4-month-old Pawnee County boy and the illness of a Tulsa elementary school student are from bacterial meningitis.

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Report: Cherokees have $1B impact on Okla. economy

Updated: 02/15/2012 - OKLAHOMA CITY,OK (AP) - The Cherokee Nation has released details of a report that show the Tahlequah-based tribe has an estimated $1 billion impact on the state's economy.

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Voters to decide open Okla. House, Senate posts

Updated: 02/14/2012 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The deaths of two lawmakers and the departure of two others for jobs in the private sector have thrown open four seats in the Oklahoma Legislature.

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Boeing: Too soon to know fate of C-130 upgrades

Posted: 02/14/2012 - OKLAHOMA CITY,OK (AP) - A spokeswoman for Boeing Co. says it is still too early to know whether a proposal to eliminate a program to upgrade the cockpits of C-130 aircraft will affect the number of jobs the company plans to move to Oklahoma City.

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Opening statements set for ex-Okla. senator trial

Posted: 02/14/2012 - OKLAHOMA CITY,OK (AP) - Prosecutors and defense attorneys are scheduled to deliver opening statements in the trial of the former leader of the Oklahoma Senate who is accused of illegally accepting more than $400,000 in payments from three companies that wanted his influence on legislation.

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Okla. House leaders propose water legislation

Posted: 02/14/2012 - OKLAHOMA CITY,OK (AP) - Legislative leaders are pushing forward with a new 50-year water plan for Oklahoma, even though two Native American tribes have sued the state over water rights in southeast Oklahoma.

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Jury selection set for Okla. ex-senator's trial

Posted: 02/13/2012 - OKLAHOMA CITY,OK (AP) - Jury selection is beginning for the former leader of the Oklahoma state Senate who faces federal charges of bribery, conspiracy, extortion and mail fraud.

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Oklahoma pays $300K to settle DHS lawsuit

Posted: 02/13/2012 - OKLAHOMA CITY,OK (AP) - The state of Oklahoma has paid $300,000 to a woman who spent more than a year in the Sequoyah County jail for refusing to tell Department of Human Services workers the location of her daughter - whom she said had been molested.

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Okla. worker resigns after sending off-color email

Updated: 02/10/2012 - OKLAHOMA CITY,OK (AP) - Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner John Doak has announced the resignation of a state employee who sent an official email to hundreds of people that contained an off-color term for breasts.

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