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Mexican law enforcement chopper fires in Arizona
Mexican authorities have denied shooting at agents and say they were under attack during a mission to find smugglers on the border.
Up for a game of FootGolf?
Soccer-golf hybrid sport gaining foothold in U.S. Players tee off by kicking a soccer ball from the tee box. They follow the basic rules of golf, advancing the ball until it drops into the oversized hole. The big difference to the industry is who's playing ...
Oklahoma moves to raise Medicaid copayments
David Blatt, executive director of the nonpartisan think tank Oklahoma Policy Institute, said he is frustrated with the budget cuts because Oklahoma could have received millions in federal funding had the state expanded its Medicaid program under the federal health care law.
Oklahoma education leaders seek new testing vendor
Oklahoma education officials are preparing to solicit bids for a new state testing vendor after back-to-back years of disruptions during high-stakes standardized tests for Oklahoma students.
Let’s hear one more ‘Meteora’
I’m literally sitting here, at 2:53 p.m. Thursday afternoon at the News & Eagle, unable to contain myself.
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New downtown hotel, Boomer waiting on Independence repairs
The northbound lanes of Independence are expected to be blocked off through July.
States confront worries about fracking, quakes
States are finally confronting the issue, reviewing scientific data, holding public discussions and considering new regulations.
Supporters hail Hofmeister as she trounces incumbent Barresi
Hofmeister’s more than 55 percent of the statewide vote Tuesday gave her a clean victory in a three-way race, with no need for a runoff, and represented a crushing defeat of incumbent Superintendent Janet Barresi.
Kansas man charged with Enid manslaughter waives preliminary hearing
Russell L. Butler, 48, was scheduled for a preliminary hearing on the felony charge, which carries a possible punishment range of four years to life in prison.
OU regents approve fee increases
The University of Oklahoma Board of Regents approved a 4.8 percent tuition and fees increase for the 2015 fiscal year on Monday.
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