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Choctaw county votes to keep sales tax

Posted: 04/07/2015 - CHOCTAW COUNTY, OK- A one percent sales tax proposition has been extended with about 73 percent of the vote. The tax, which has been levied since 1990, is essential for the county.

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SBA offers assistance to Oklahomans affected by March storms

Posted: 04/07/2015 - TULSA, Okla. -- The U.S. Small Business Administration has announced that low-interest federal disaster loans are available to Oklahoma businesses and residents affected by the severe storms that raked parts of the state last month.

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Sam's Club, Kroger pull all Blue Bell Ice Cream products

Posted: 04/06/2015 - DALLAS -- Two other large retailers have decided to pull Blue Bell Ice Cream from their shelves as a precautionary measure after the company announced it was temporarily closing an Oklahoma production plant.

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McAlester inmate death investigated as murder

Updated: 04/03/2015 - McALESTER, Okla. -- The Oklahoma State Medical Examiner's Office says an inmate at the state penitentiary who was found dead during the weekend was strangled.

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Father uses daughter's name to buy equipment; forces her into bankruptcy

Updated: 04/03/2015 - Tara Humphreys says in 2008 her father, Mike Humphreys, asked her to put her name on the farm in case something happened. But she says now what she didn't realize, was that she was co-signing for a farm loan that would later put her in to bankruptcy at only 22 years old.

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EagleMed helicopter makes emergency landing in Wilburton

Posted: 04/01/2015 - WILBURTON, Okla. -- An EagleMed medical helicopter has made an emergency landing in Oklahoma less than a month after another of the company's helicopters crashed in the state, killing the pilot and injuring two crew members.

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DOJ sues Southeastern alleging gender discrimination

Updated: 04/01/2015 - The U.S. Department of Justice is suing Southeastern Oklahoma State University, alleging the school in Durant discriminated against a transgender professor and then fired her after she complained.

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Oklahoma Indian gaming revenues rise while state fees fall

Posted: 03/31/2015 - OKLAHOMA CITY -- A recent report says that Oklahoma Indian gaming revenue increased more than $60 million in 2013, but the amount of tribal fees paid to the state has decreased by more than $3.1 million.

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Thousands rally at Oklahoma Capitol for education funding

Posted: 03/30/2015 - OKLAHOMA CITY -- Thousands of educators, parents and schoolchildren are rallying at the state Capitol seeking a boost in funding for public schools and a reduction in the number of state-mandated tests.

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