- Progress 2014
- Local news
UPDATE: Authorities investigating train crossing fatality
Fire Chief Dennis Brittain said a vehicle, possibly a Chevrolet pickup, was struck by a train at the Highway 11 crossing and caught fire.Continued ...
- Woodworker has eyes on the future
- Opening soon: Enid clinic prepares to see its first clients
- Go-kart stolen from The Emporium
- Two EPS board meetings Monday
- UPDATE: Authorities investigating train crossing fatality
- State, national, world
Federal health care enrollment deadline nears
After March 31, only people with “qualifying life events” such as a change in income or family size will be able to enroll in plans offered through the federal law. In Oklahoma, enrollment is through the federal health care exchange, healthcare.gov.Continued ...
- Family of Texas man on flight comforted by faith
- Vance Air Force Base needs are being met
- UPDATE: Search for Malaysian jet suspended as night falls
- Obama warns party to focus on 2014, not 2016
- Federal health care enrollment deadline nears
Five state agency directors expressed astonishment after learning of Gov. Mary Fallin’s plan to consolidate them into the Oklahoma Department of Tourism and Recreation.Continued ...
- And there’s always a place for the angry young man
- Event center should be praised for bringing in variety of events
- Strange bedfellows
Researchers tackle mystery of how some snakes can fly
Flying snakes sound like creatures from a bad B-movie, but these serpents are elegant gliders that have evolved a special skill that sets them apart. In two new studies, engineers have used simulations to try to decipher how the wingless reptile manages to remain airborne despite its lack of flight appendages.
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- Holder: Heroin deaths an 'urgent and growing public health crisis'
- Most deadly fraternity scraps initiation for new members
- Researchers tackle mystery of how some snakes can fly