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Oklahoma lawmakers consider pulling millions from Unclaimed Property Fund to help DHS OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Legislature is considering a bill to immediately provide $34 million in funding to the Department of Human Services to prevent worker furloughs and provider rate cuts. A bill is scheduled for a hearing Monday that would
KFOR.com | 4 hours, 32 minutes ago | comment? | recommend article from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
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Man arrested after allegedly hitting two women while wearing brass knuckles OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma City man is facing assault and battery charges after he allegedly hit two women while wearing brass knuckles, according to a police report. On March 24, officers were called to an Oklahoma City hospital after two women we
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Second man arrested for murder of 16-year-old who was robbed, shot in S.W. Oklahoma City OKLAHOMA CITY Another man has been arrested forthe murder of a 16-year-old who was robbed and shot to death in southwest Oklahoma City earlier this month. Sixteen-year-old Emmanuel Zenon or EJ was alert and breathing when officers found him in the parking
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Legislature mulls $34 million funding infusion for DHS The Oklahoma Legislature is considering a bill to immediately provide $34 million in funding to the Department of Human Services to prevent worker furloughs and provider rate cuts.
News9.com | 5 hours, 7 minutes ago | comment? | recommend article from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
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Oklahoma City man arrested after allegedly robbing friend at gunpoint OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma City man is facing several charges after he allegedly robbed a friend at gunpoint. On March 25, officers were called to the 7500 block of Lyrewood Ln. in reference to an armed robbery. The victim told police that two of h
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Al Roker helps OU break world records NORMAN, Okla. The Today Shows Al Roker helped the University of Oklahoma break two world records in Norman Monday morning! On March 27, Al began his quest to break five Guinness World Records in five days at five university across the country. His first s
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Walk-in Tub Benefits for Arthritis Discover the Healing Benefits of a Walk-in Tub… If you or a loved one live with arthritis, you know all too well how difficult day-to-day activities can be. A bathroom full of hard, slippery surfaces and a tall tub to step into can become a difficul
KFOR.com | 5 hours, 48 minutes ago | comment? | recommend article from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Walk-In Tub Safety Benefits Want a Safe and Relaxing Bathroom? We Can Make It Happen. There are few things more relaxing than drawing a bath, melting away the cares of the world and giving yourself the time you deserve. What should be a soothing experience, however, often gets imped
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Walk-in Tub Benefits for Diabetes Discover the Healing Benefits of a Walk-in Tub… A Bliss Walk-in Tub can help those with diabetes control their blood sugar. Warm water bathing incrases blood ciculation, which helps maintain glucose levels, reduce the risk of vascular disease and av
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22-year-old police officer who was shot overnight in Tecumseh has passed away TECUMSEH, Okla. Authorities say that the police officer who was shot overnight in Tecumseh has passed away. “My department is not doing good,” said J.R. Kidney, Assistant Chief of Tecumseh Police. “I’ve been here about 22 years and
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