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Latta High School holds 5th annual health fair

Posted: 11/04/2015 - More than 1200 local students and community members made their way through “The Game of Health” Health Fair, which included blood pressure screenings by Pontotoc Technology Center and Diabetes prevention by Chickasaw Diabetes Center.

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Oklahoma woman charged in parade crash that killed four

Posted: 11/04/2015 - STILLWATER, Okla. -- A woman accused of purposely driving around a barricade and over a police motorcycle before crashing into spectators at Oklahoma State University's homecoming parade has been formally charged with four counts of second-degree murder and 46 counts of felony assault.

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Love Co. pushes for new jail; polls open Nov. 10

Posted: 11/03/2015 - The Love County Jail was built in 1981 to house 18 inmates. Today it averages about 48 inmates. Jail Task Force Chairman Bill Freeman says this jail is beyond repair.

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TransCanada asks U.S. to suspend pipeline application review

Posted: 11/03/2015 - TORONTO -- A request for the U.S. government to suspend its review of the Keystone XL pipeline could delay any decision until the next president takes office - potentially leaving the fate of the controversial project in the hands of a more supportive Republican administration.

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Carter Co. homeowner finds, shoots burglary suspect

Updated: 11/03/2015 - CARTER COUNTY, Okla. -- A burglary suspect spent the day in the hospital after getting shot by the homeowner. The homeowner tells us what went through his mind after catching the thief in the act.

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Husband of Oklahoma mayor apologizes for KKK Halloween prank

Posted: 11/02/2015 - LAHOMA, Okla. -- The husband of a small Oklahoma town's mayor is apologizing for a Halloween prank in which he and others dressed as members of the Ku Klux Klan and held a cross in front of a fire to make it appear it was burning.

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Rates for Oklahoma inmate phone calls lowered by 40 percent

Posted: 11/02/2015 - OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. -- The Federal Communications Commission has changed inmate phone call rates, lowering the cost of keeping in touch for the loved one of inmates serving time in Oklahoma's prisons and jails.

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Texting while driving ban starts Sunday; what you can, can't do

Posted: 10/29/2015 - In just three days police will be able to pull over Oklahomans for texting and driving, but according to an unscientific survey done by AAA this month, 66-percent of Oklahomans say this new ban won't have an effect on their behavior while driving.

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Okla. schools question state-issued grades

Updated: 10/29/2015 - Two Oklahoma superintendents saw big changes in their school's report cards this year, but they say these changes in score occurred without any major changes in staff or curriculum.

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Late trooper's father urges motorists to follow texting ban

Posted: 10/28/2015 - OKLAHOMA CITY -- The father of an Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper killed while working an accident on the interstate is urging motorists to obey a new law that makes it illegal to read or compose texts while driving.

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OSU, Stillwater to hold memorial service for crash victims

Posted: 10/28/2015 - STILLWATER, Okla. -- Oklahoma State University and the city of Stillwater will host a memorial service honoring victims, survivors and first responders of Saturday's homecoming parade crash that killed four people and injured dozens more.

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