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GRAPHIC VIDEO: Feud over dirty look ends with baby being thrown, man shot 6 six times Warning: Video may be disturbing for some viewers CLEVELAND New video shows aviolent attack last summer in the parking lot of aCleveland librarythat apparently started when two men made eye contact with each other. The security video from the South Brookl
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After Third Resignation, Is The Oklahoma GOP In Trouble? Veteran State Senator Kyle Loveless (R-El Reno) resigned Thursday amid an ethics investigation, making him the third Republican to resign in 2017.
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OU dean a finalist for ASU chancellors post Arkansas State University has named three finalists to become chancellor of the universitys Jonesboro campus.
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Okla. women receive manufacturing awards Two Oklahoma women were among 130 recipients of the Manufacturing Institutes Women in Manufacturing STEP Ahead Awards.
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OCA sets annual convention The Oklahoma Cattlemens Associations 65th annual convention and trade show is scheduled July 21-22 at the Embassy Suites in Norman.
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Seminar focusing on soil health set A soil health seminar is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 11 at the Choctaw Nation Community Center in Idabel.
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Rose State receives contribution from AT&T Rose State College received a $15,000 contribution from AT&T to facilitate a summer bridge program created to help college-bound students test out of developmental courses, such as English, math and reading.
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Electrical shutdown will close Capitol To replace the antiquated electrical infrastructure in the State Capitol, the building will be without power and closed for a week in October. The closure is necessary to ensure the safety of construction workers, tenants and visitors.
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Hall presented NFIB Guardian Award The Oklahoma office of the National Federation of Independent Business has presented its Guardian of Small Business Award to state Rep. Elise Hall, R-Oklahoma City.
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