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Teachers winners, smokers losers in Oklahoma budget proposal

Posted: 02/02/2016 - Gov. Mary Fallin's $6.99 billion budget proposal for next year is only $52 million less than that of the current fiscal year and relies on revenue "enhancements" and "adjustments" to overcome what could become a $1 billion budget hole. Here are the winners and losers in the governor's budget plan:

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Fatal house fire in Carter County

Updated: 02/01/2016 - A woman is dead after a fire at a home on Ingleside Road just after 9 on Monday morning. Officials say when they arrived on scene, the woman had already been carried outside and was unconscious.

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Sulphur man killed in Murray County wreck

Updated: 02/02/2016 - 26-year-old Daniel Moose of Sulphur was killed in a single vehicle wreck at Highway 177 and Buckstitch Road a few miles south of Sulphur sometime after 2 a.m. Monday.

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Oklahoma governor to address lawmakers, release budget plan

Posted: 02/01/2016 - OKLAHOMA CITY -- Gov. Mary Fallin is preparing to deliver her sixth State of the State address to Oklahoma legislators, outlining her priorities for a state that is reeling from a downturn in the oil and gas industry.

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Cigarette tax could go up $1.50 a pack in Oklahoma

Updated: 01/29/2016 - Oklahoma Commissioner of Health Dr. Terry tells News12 House Joint Resolution 1058 would generate $182 million a year in taxes while driving down cigarette consumption by about 10 percent.

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Oklahoma regents OK $20 million budget-cut plan

Posted: 01/29/2016 - NORMAN, Okla. -- The University of Oklahoma Board of Regents has approved a $20 million budget-reduction plan that includes early retirement buyouts for eligible faculty and staff.

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Men arrested for trafficking heroin in Pittsburg County

Updated: 01/28/2016 - 28-year-old Nickolas Sherman and 54-year-old Rodney Thomas, both of Tulsa, were arrested last week in Kiowa and charged with trafficking in illegal drugs, possession of meth and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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Group seeks public vote on plan to reduce prison population

Posted: 01/27/2016 - OKLAHOMA CITY -- A newly formed coalition dedicated to reforming Oklahoma's criminal justice system is launching a ballot initiative for a public vote on policies to reduce the state's high prison population.

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Oklahoma Attorney General stops in Ada

Posted: 01/26/2016 - Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt spoke with Ada locals about a variety of topics ranging from immigration to crime prevention to fraud and beyond at Mojo's Coffee Tuesday morning.

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Woman charged with stealing from Ardmore murder victim's family

Updated: 01/26/2016 - A charge has been filed against a woman accused of stealing from a Go Fund Me account set up to pay for the funeral of a murder victim. News 12 spoke with the victim's family who says they've now been victimized twice.

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Catfishing bill could give scamming victims legal options

Posted: 01/25/2016 - OKLAHOMA CITY -- An Oklahoma bill would give legal recourse to victims of catfishing, a practice where someone creates a fictional personal profile on a social networking site for fraudulent or deceptive purposes.

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Hundreds run in honor of fallen OHP trooper

Updated: 01/25/2016 - DURANT, Okla. -- It's been almost a year since Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper Nicholas Dees was killed in the line of duty, and on Saturday hundreds gathered in Durant for a memorial run in his honor.

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State budget cuts hurt Texoma schools

Posted: 01/22/2016 - The Oklahoma Secretary of Finance declared a general revenue failure and directed all state agencies to cut their current year budgets by three percent. Schools have taken a big hit of a $46.7 million cut statewide.

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