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Hills coming alive with ‘The Sound of Music Live!’
During this preliminary run-through a few weeks ago, much work clearly remained to get “The Sound of Music Live!” ready for airtime on Dec. 5 (7 p.m. CST), when it, along with everyone involved, will make history.
Okla. speaker looks to build statehouse chapel
About a half-dozen states have some kind of chapel inside their Capitols.
Penny Lane: Gitmo’s other secret CIA facility
In these buildings, CIA officers turned terrorists into double agents and sent them home.
Travelers cast wary eye as storm moves eastward
Icy roads led to hundreds of accidents and at least 11 deaths, half of them in Texas.
Supreme Court weighs new health law dispute
Roughly 40 for-profit companies have sued, arguing they should not be forced to cover some or all forms of birth control because doing so would violate their religious beliefs.
'Catching Fire' ablaze with $135M at box office
Totals for "Catching Fire" are expected to reach $150 million domestically over the weekend, though some reports estimated a $170 million opener.
Wal-Mart CEO steps down; McMillon is successor
Doug McMillon, head of Wal-Mart's international division, will succeed CEO and President Mike Duke, 63, when he steps down on Feb 1 after five years in those roles.
Fallin's top lawyer responds to secrecy claims
Fallin signed a pledge while running for office to uphold both the spirit and the letter of the state's open government laws, but critics say she is falling far short.
Tulsa man jailed on human trafficking complaint
Damien Dinchie Wardell, 38, was jailed Friday on complaints of human trafficking, possession of marijuana after former commission of a felony and five counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
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