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Oklahoma ranchers, farmers optimistic about 2014

Posted: 01/02/2014 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Winter storms that dumped ice and snow on Oklahoma during December have ranchers and farmers hopeful of an easing in drought conditions in the state - but each say more moisture is needed heading into 2014 to continue their current optimistic outlook for the year.

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Ada boy's Christmas wish helps feed hundreds in the community

Posted: 12/25/2013 - ADA, OK -- "The plan was originally to feed one family." Meet David Anderson of Ada., who was just six years old when he told his parents what he most wanted for Christmas, wasn't toys, but to help feed another family.

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Deadline for Okla. mortgage settlement fund nears

Posted: 12/23/2013 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - A program designed to help Oklahomans who lost their homes or experienced problems with their mortgages due to misconduct by a mortgage company has already helped 525 homeowners with up to $20,000 in compensation to help put their lives back together.

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Brief filed in Okla. gay marriage ban lawsuit

Posted: 12/23/2013 - TULSA, Okla. (AP) - Lawyers for two same-sex couples suing for the right to marry in Oklahoma and to have a marriage from another jurisdiction recognized in the state have filed a brief pointing to a recent ruling in Utah that found a same-sex marriage ban violated the constitutional rights of gays and lesbians.

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Inhofe: Son's fatal plane crash closes gaps

Posted: 12/23/2013 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe says his son's fatal plane crash has led him to closer relationships with some of his political opponents.

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Ex-lawmaker in Okla. sentenced to 1 year in prison

Posted: 12/20/2013 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - An Oklahoma judge has sentenced a former state lawmaker to one year in prison and fined him $5,000 following a conviction on a felony bribery charge.

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Hearings delayed for 2 accused in Tulsa shooting

Posted: 12/20/2013 - TULSA, Okla. (AP) - An Oklahoma judge has delayed preliminary hearings for two men accused of shooting five people at a Hmong New Year's festival in Tulsa.

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Fallin won't commit to pushing tax cut next year

Posted: 12/19/2013 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The Oklahoma Legislature is expected to have about $170 million less to spend on state programs next year, and Gov. Mary Fallin says that could affect whether she pushes for an income tax cut during the upcoming session.

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Jury recommends death penalty for Talihina man

Posted: 12/19/2013 - POTEAU, Okla. (AP) - A jury in eastern Oklahoma has recommended the death penalty for a Talihina man convicted of killing his girlfriend by setting her on fire.

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Man charged in Okla. boating death waives hearing

Posted: 12/18/2013 - JAY, Okla. (AP) - A Tulsa man has waived his preliminary hearing on two manslaughter charges in connection with a boating accident that killed two people on Grand Lake.

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Supporters of school shelters plan seek more time

Posted: 12/18/2013 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Supporters of a proposed $500 million state bond issue to pay for storm shelters in Oklahoma schools are asking the Supreme Court to grant them a new 90-day window to gather signatures for their proposal.

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