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More snow: Advisories issued for temps, wind chill
The winter weather advisory lasts until 4 p.m. today, and the wind chill advisory expires at noon today, according to National Weather Service.
Nelson withdraws from race for Okla. House speaker
Withdrawal leaves only Enid Republican state Rep. Mike Jackson and Dacoma Republican Rep. Jeff Hickman in the race for powerful government position.
Snow-where to go: Police follow footprints to alleged robber
Police say Joseph James Turbyfill placed a knife to the male clerk’s back and told him to open the cash register.
Snow to continue to fall today; schools closed; roads hazardous
Oklahoma Department of Transportation is reporting roadways in northwest Oklahoma are slick and hazardous. Travel is discouraged.
Data: Disorders are severe for many mentally ill inmates
Many Oklahoma inmates who need mental-health treatment are suffering from serious disorders, not just mild forms of depression or the “blues” about being locked up. And the number of mentally ill prisoners is rising.
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Teacher names son after student killed in tornado
The monstrous tornado leveled part of Plaza Towers Elementary School in Moore, killing six of her students — including Nicolas — last spring. Rogers, who was eight weeks pregnant at the time, lay buried under the rubble with a broken back.
State delegation splits on farm bill
The House approved the bill 251-166, despite strong opposition from conservatives who sought a bigger cut in food stamps.
House passes farm bill, crop subsidies preserved
The bill ultimately would cut about $800 million a year from the $80 billion-a-year food stamp program.
Obama vows to flex presidential powers in speech
Burned by a series of legislative failures in 2013, White House aides say they're now redefining success not by what Obama can jam through Congress but by what actions he can take on his own.
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