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Enid legislator’s subcommittee hearing will discuss cannabis extracts
Fire damages building on West Cherokee
Enid Fire Marshal Ken Helms says authorities are investigating whether blaze was intentionally set. Look to the right of the ENE homepage for Tout videos of the action, or open story for embedded videos.
Fallin sets election to fill Coburn's Senate seat
U.S. Sen. Tom Coburn already had said he wouldn't run after his term expired in 2016, but announced late Thursday he planned to finish the current year in office and then step down.
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'Hustle,' 'Gravity' lead Oscars with 10 nods each
"Yesterday I was doing jury duty, today I woke up with an Academy Award nomination. Only in America." — Jared Leto, Oscar nominee
Westminster a little mixed up this year
Long known for purebred competition, Westminster Kennel Club dog show is opening agility trials to mixed breeds this year. Competition slated for February.
No injuries in Norman sorority house fire
The AGD house on Chautauqua Avenue is part of “sorority row” located near campus just north of Lindsey Street.
Judge: Oklahoma plate not affront to Christians
U.S. District Judge Joe Heaton wrote there is nothing about the image that suggests the Indian warrior is praying or that the arrow he is shooting is sacred, even though the image is inspired by artist Allan Houser's "Sacred Rain Arrow" sculpture.
Harry Potter traveling exhibit opening in Oklahoma
The exhibit, "Harry Potter's World: Renaissance Science, Magic, and Medicine," starts Monday in Tulsa and runs through Feb. 22.
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