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UPDATE: 295 on Malaysia plane shot down over eastern Ukraine
As plumes of black smoke rose up near a rebel-held village of Hrabove, an Associated Press journalist counted at least 22 bodies at the wreckage site 40 kilometers (25 miles) from the Russian border.
Rain bringing flash flood watches to NW Oklahoma
The flash flood watch was issued for much of Oklahoma, including Blaine, Dewey and Woodward counties in northwest Oklahoma. The watch is set to expire at 1 p.m. Friday.
- Garfield County, area counties in flood advisory
2015 Oklahoma Teacher of the Year finalists named
Woodward teacher earns a spot on the top 12 finalist list.
Thousands of disaster aid requests end in rejection
Although millions of dollars in federal aid money began pouring into Oklahoma shortly after the spring 2013 storms, not all who asked for help received it.
Earthquakes cause minor damage in central Oklahoma
Ace Hardware store manager Tony Landrith said falling paint, cleaner and other items along with tiles caused the security alarm to go off and the police to respond.
BREAKING: Oklahoma Supreme Court upholds Common Core repeal
The Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that the Legislature had the authority to repeal Common Core education standards for English and math in the state’s public schools.
Common Core argued before Oklahoma Supreme Court
Attorney Robert McCampbell made the comments Tuesday during oral arguments before the state Supreme Court in a lawsuit that alleges the legislation is unconstitutional.
FEMA aid makes safe rooms possible for schools in Moore
“Auditing the Storm: Disaster 4117” is a joint investigative series by Oklahoma Watch and KGOU Radio on how federal and state disaster aid is being spent in the wake of the violent tornadoes and storms of spring 2013.
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