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Shaky Oklahoma releases another plan to reduce temblors

Posted: 03/07/2016 - TULSA, Okla. -- State regulators are asking oil and gas producers in central Oklahoma to restrict wastewater disposal operations to help temper a sharp increase in the number and severity of earthquakes.

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Woman returns movie moments after store is robbed

Updated: 03/07/2016 - Suspect arrested on homicide charge out of New Mexico also suspected of robberies in Ardmore. One Ardmore resident shares her near close encounter with the suspect.

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Search continues for missing Coal County man

Updated: 03/05/2016 - Family members of 48-year-old Donald Compton are traveling all over Texoma, putting up missing person fliers in hopes that they can raise enough awareness about his disappearance to bring him home.

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Oklahoma officials order $235 million cut to state agencies

Posted: 03/03/2016 - OKLAHOMA CITY -- State finance officials say Oklahoma schools, prisons and other state agencies will have their budgets slashed by 7 percent for the rest of the year, cuts that amount to an additional $235 million.

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Ex-CEO 'drove straight into the wall,' police say

Posted: 03/02/2016 - OKLAHOMA CITY -- An Oklahoma City police spokesman says a former energy executive was speeding and "drove straight into the wall" when he was killed in a single-car crash.

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Okla. GOP voters trust Ted

Updated: 03/01/2016 - OKLAHOMA CITY -- Sen. Ted Cruz has won the Republican presidential primary in Oklahoma, a neighbor to his home state of Texas. Billionaire businessman Donald Trump is leading Florida Sen. Marco Rubio in the race for second place.

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Okla. voters feel the Bern

Updated: 03/01/2016 - OKLAHOMA CITY -- Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders has defeated Hillary Clinton in Oklahoma's Democratic primary, winning a contest that the former secretary of state had picked up eight years ago.

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Some precincts see heavy turnout in Oklahoma

Posted: 03/01/2016 - OKLAHOMA CITY -- Precinct workers at some Oklahoma polling stations are reporting heavy turnout, but election officials say it's not clear if voter turnout will eclipse the record numbers during the 2008 presidential primary election.

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Boy mauled by dogs in Pontotoc County

Updated: 02/27/2016 - A child is recovering in an Oklahoma City hospital after being nearly mauled to death by dogs at a neighbor’s house off of Highway 3 northwest of Ada.

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155 household affected by Tulsa meter reader's fabrication

Posted: 02/26/2016 - TULSA, Okla. -- Tulsa employees are addressing a customer relations issue that arose after a water-meter reader underreported numbers for houses in a south neighborhood for at least half of a year.

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