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Some would eliminate state's other high court As Oklahomans continue contemplating changes to the judicial system, some would-be reformers are eyeing the Court of Criminal Appeals.
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Seniors Craigslist for sale prank gets him kicked out of graduation ceremony INDEPENDENCE, Mo. — A senior at Missouri’s Truman High School will not be allowed to walk in his graduation because of a prank he pulled, according to WDAF. Kylan Scheele, 18, admits to posting an ad on Craigslist on Friday that listed Truman
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Arkansas woman accused of killing her 80-year-old grandmother PEA RIDGE, Ark. An Arkansas woman is accused of killing her 80-year-old grandmother after investigators found bloody evidence stashed near the victim’s home, according to KFSM. Deputies arrested 26-year-old Andrea Wilson on Monday on charges of capi
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Teen ordered to pay $36,631,687.10 after starting Oregon wildfire Last September, a 15-year-old tossed fireworks on a hot day in the forest and inadvertently set off a massive wildfire that burned 48,000 acres in Oregon. Now he’s learned the price he must pay, and it’s incredible: a grand total of $36,631,68
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Right Thinking: A need to put governing homes in order The truth is that the poorly designed structure of Oklahoma government invites even good agency directors to do bad things, and, worse yet, provides little incentive for others in government to stop them.
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Police investigate stabbing in south Oklahoma City OKLAHOMA CITY – Emergency crews responded to a stabbing in south Oklahoma City Wednesday evening. Crews were near S.W. 36th St. and S. Walker Ave. Police say a fight led up to one person being stabbed. That person was taken to the hospital in stable
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Earthquake lawsuit refiled in federal court Two earthquake-related lawsuits against oil and gas operators are moving forward in state and federal courts.
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Attorney general candidates accuse each other of dirty politics OKLAHOMA CITY Two high-profile men running for the states highest law enforcement position are accusing each other of dirty politics. It started over an ad for attorney general candidate Gentner Drummond. The ad accuses the current Oklahoma attorney gener
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Prosperity Policy: Undecided on SQ 788 For as long as Ive been a voter in Oklahoma, Ive almost always had a clear opinion on any state question on the ballot. But the more I study State Question 788, the marijuana initiative that voters will decide on June 26, the more I find myself genuinely
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Fans from across the country flock to Bricktown for the Big 12 baseball tournament OKLAHOMA CITY – It’s a big week at the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark as fans pour in for the Big 12 baseball tournament. Since 1997, Oklahoma City has played host to the event almost every year. It’s good for the economy, too, bringing in
KFOR.com | 6 hours, 32 minutes ago | comment? | recommend

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