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- State legislator proposes tests for elected officials
- Feds try to smooth bumpy health care transition
Kevin Durant's restaurant opens in Oklahoma City
The 10,000-square-foot facility located along the Bricktown Canal, features southern-style food staples such as barbecue pork ribs, fried catfish, candied yams and collard greens.
Missing American in Iran was on unapproved mission
"Thirty-three years of service to the United States deserves something. Please help me." — Robert Levinson, who hasn't been heard from in three years after being detained in Iraq in 2007
- Extended cold snap strains resources for homeless
- Signups for health care law increase
- Year after Newtown, gun control groups keep hope
Osage Nation criticizes eagle-death rule change
Osage Nation leaders also said they were opposed to wind farm development in Osage County because wind turbines are planned in areas where a significant number of eagle nests are located, Osage Principal Chief John D. Red Eagle said.
3 Colo. towns try to change U.S. train-noise rules
The FRA grants "quiet zone" designations if towns take precautions such as installing gate warning systems with flashing lights. The three cities insist they either can't afford the upgrades or don't have space for them.
Wet, naked and in a guitar case
“He was walking out on the icy pond, and it caved it on him. He took all his clothes off and got in a guitar case. He was in the guitar case trying to keep warm after he fell in the pond.”
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