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Police: Tear gas canister likely started fire

Posted: 02/18/2015 - MUSKOGEE, Okla. -- The Muskogee Fire Department has determined that a specific tear gas canister used during a police standoff was most likely the cause of a house fire.

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Ardmore school officials address alleged hazing

Updated: 02/18/2015 - ARDMORE, Okla. -- Ardmore Schools Superintendent Sonny Bates confirmed there is an ongoing investigation into an alleged hazing incident at the high school.

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Oklahoma equalization board certifies $611 million shortfall

Updated: 02/17/2015 - OKLAHOMA CITY -- State agencies in Oklahoma are being told to brace for budget cuts after a state board led by Gov. Mary Fallin certified that the Legislature will have $611 million less to spend this year.

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Oklahoma attorney general praises immigration ruling

Posted: 02/17/2015 - OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahoma's attorney general is praising a ruling by a federal judge in South Texas who has temporarily blocked President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration.

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Oklahoma's prison homicide rate leads nation

Posted: 02/16/2015 - OKLAHOMA CITY -- The latest figures from the Bureau of Justice Statistics show Oklahoma has the highest rate of prison homicides in the nation, with state inmates killed at a rate more than three times the national average.

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Study shows animals can improve your health, make you happier

Updated: 02/14/2015 - Valentine's Day is a day to spend with those you love, maybe your spouse, family, friend or pet. The National Institute of Health did a study and found that animals can not only make you a happier person, they can also improve your health.

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Oklahoma legislative leaders say state budget hole to double

Posted: 02/12/2015 - OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahoma's legislative leaders say the state's projected $300 million budget hole for the upcoming year will nearly double due to low energy prices and the resulting layoffs of oil and natural gas workers.

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State, tribal leaders seek Insure Oklahoma expansion

Posted: 02/11/2015 - OKLAHOMA CITY -- State and tribal leaders in Oklahoma are exploring opportunities for a federal waiver that could mean health insurance for more than 40,000 low-income uninsured tribal members in the state.

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Federal agency: Black staff targets of racism at Texas plant

Posted: 02/10/2015 - DALLAS -- Federal authorities have determined that black workers at a North Texas food plant were exposed to dangerous work conditions and subjected to racial discrimination and a hostile work environment.

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Drone shoot-down bill clears Oklahoma Senate panel

Posted: 02/10/2015 - OKLAHOMA CITY -- A bill to shield Oklahoma landowners from civil liability for shooting down drones flying over their property has narrowly cleared a Senate committee on a bipartisan vote.

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