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    Oklahoma Militia gets involved in Nevada cattle battle Video included

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    A cattle battle in Nevada... bleeds over to Oklahoma. The federal government says Cliven Bundy is allowing his cattle to graze illegally. Bundy says the land belongs to the state. More>>

    Mustang elementary students injured at Land Run event Video included

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    Celebrating Statehood in a buggy ends with an ambulance ride for a student and two adults. It happened at Centennial Elementary school in Mustang on Tuesday afternoon. More>>

    Logan County arrests eighth suspect in death of Shawn Masters

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    The Logan County Sheriff's Office says it has arrested the eighth and final person responsible for the death of Shawn Masters, who authorities say was found bound and burned in a Logan County field on January 31. More>>

    Edmond Police investigates seven home burglaries on Monday

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    Police say they're searching for the person responsible for the burglaries of seven different homes across Edmond on Monday. More>>

    Semi hauling cars hits railroad bridge in NE Oklahoma City

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    A semi truck hauling several crushed cars has clipped the overpass of a bridge on NE 23rd street. More>>

    Six-year-old killed in SW Oklahoma City house fire

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    The body of a six-year-old boy has been recovered from a house that caught fire and may have exploded in SW Oklahoma City early Tuesday morning. More>>

    Thunder falls to Grizzlies in OT

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    Zach Randolph scored 25 points to help the Memphis Grizzlies defeat the Oklahoma City Thunder 111-105 in overtime on Monday night and tie their first-round playoff series at one game apiece. Mike Conley added 19 points and 12 assists for the Grizzlies
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    Glitches prompt suspension of Oklahoma tests again Video included

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    For the second consecutive year, standardized testing for Oklahoma students has been disrupted, prompting the state superintendent to suspend all online testing for the day. More>>

    Interim Supt. presents recommendations for overcrowding

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    Interim Oklahoma City Public Schools Superintendent Dave Lopez made several new recommendations to fix overcrowding in the district at the Board of Education meeting Monday evening. More>>

    Teens find new use for Burt's Bees lip balm Video included

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    A quick search on YouTube and Twitter shows "Beezin" is picking up steam. It involves people applying a light layer of Burt's Bees natural lip balm wax on their eyelids. Those who are into "Beezin" say it adds to experience of being drunk or high. Others say it helps to keep them alert. More>>

    OKCPS announces new superintendent

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    Oklahoma City Public Schools has announced the district's new superintendent. More>>

    Oklahoma Supreme Court grants stay of execution for death row inmates

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    The Oklahoma Supreme Court has granted a stay of executions for two death row inmates Monday. More>>

    U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to speak at OKCPD graduation

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    The Oklahoma City Police Department has confirmed that U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder will be speaking at the departments recruit graduation Thursday. More>>

    Oklahoma court denies school shelter rehearing

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    An organization that wants to place storm shelters in Oklahoma's public schools says it's abandoning the effort and will launch a second petition following the Oklahoma Supreme Court's decision to stand by an earlier ruling in the case. More>>

    PSO requesting rate hike, customers upset

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    PSO wants a rate hike to pay for new smart meter connections. More>>

    FDA proposed rule could raise beer prices Video included

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    The price of beer could be on the rise across the country because of proposed FDA regulations. Local brewers say the ripple effect could hurt the entire U.S. economy. More>>

    Death row inmate faces execution Tuesday

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    An Oklahoma death row inmate who's been trying to find out more about the drugs the state would use to kill him is facing execution unless a court intervenes. More>>

    Earthquakes shake central Oklahoma Sunday afternoon

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    The United States Geological Survey is reporting a 4.0 magnitude earthquake in central Oklahoma Sunday. More>>

    El Reno man dies in accident in eastern Oklahoma

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    An El Reno man is dead following a fatal accident in eastern Oklahoma early Sunday. More>>

    County officials oppose plan to move state inmates

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    Sheriffs, undersheriffs and county commissioners across Oklahoma are planning a trip to the state Capitol to protest plans to remove state inmates from county jails. More>>

    Police investigating shooting after fight in Midwest City

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    Midwest City police say one person has been transported to the hospital following a shooting Saturday evening. More>>

    Norman PD: Man fatally stabs wife

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    The Norman Police Department is investigating an early morning homicide Saturday, April 19, 2014.  More>>

    Families reflect during the 19th Oklahoma City Bombing Remembrance Ceremony Video included

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    There are some moments you never forget.You remember what you were doing and even wearing.Back on April 19th in 1995, Clint Hodges was seventeen years old. More>>

    Oklahoma budget talks center on cuts, revenue streams

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    With six weeks left in the 2014 session, behind-the-scenes negotiations among the House, Senate and governor's office are ramping up on how to plug a $188 million hole in the budget and fund programs for education, public safety and child welfare. More>>

    State changes rules for oil, gas drillers after earthquakes Video included

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    There are new rules for oil and gas drillers who want to use injection wells in Oklahoma. More>>

    Prostitutes and johns getting a slap on the wrist? Video included

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    An OBN sting in Cleveland County resulted in nineteen traffic violations for prostitution. More>>

    OKCPD warning public to be aware after attempted abduction

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    Police are warning the public of a reported abduction attempt in southwest Oklahoma City. More>>

    ACLU warns Mustang High bible class risky for district Video included

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    A new elective called "The Book. The Bible's History, Narrative and Impact" is planned for the fall. More>>

    OKCPD: Man who was hospitalized after arrest dies

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    Representatives with the Oklahoma City Police Department say that a man who was hospitalized following his arrest Sunday has died. More>>

    Police searching for missing Oklahoma City teenager

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    Police are searching for a missing teenager from the Oklahoma City metro area. More>>

    University honors those who died in OKC bombing with flags

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    As the 19th Anniversary of the Murrah Bombing approaches, many Oklahomans are coming together to reflect. More>>

    Project SixTwelve aims to open community learning center Video included

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    The house at 612 NW 29th street has stood for decades, but it was nearly lost to time. The old building had fallen into disrepair. The city was going to tear it down.  "We kind of swooped in and rescued it," James Varnum told Fox 25. More>>

    Healthcare changes could save state millions Video included

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    Taxpayer watchdogs say the state could save millions of your dollars if they made one simple change, but it has not been easy to get everyone on board with the plan. In fact, only Oklahoma County was willing to make the change to it's employee healthcare program.The Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs, or OCPA, says the change Oklahoma County made is really more of an additional option. More>>

    FBI, local authorities investigating home in NW OKC Video included

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    Oklahoma City Police say they are assisting the Federal Bureau of Investigation with an investigation in NW Oklahoma City. More>>

    Oklahoma Marine arrested for physical, sexual abuse says he has PTSD

    Brian Fletcher, 29, was arrested for physical, sexual abuse. He says he has PTSD. Brian Fletcher, 29, was arrested for physical, sexual abuse. He says he has PTSD.
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    A 29-year-old former Marine is facing 17 felony charges and one misdemeanor after an incident last Wednesday between him and his wife. More>>

    Graduating senior makes final tuition payment in pennies, graduates debt-free Video included

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    Andrew Magbee worked small, odd jobs throughout college. He says his pennies added up to take care of his $25,000 tuition. He believes if he can do it, others can too. More>>

    El Reno Police search for burglary suspects caught on cam

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    El Reno Police are asking for the public's help locating the suspects they say broke into a car and tried to use stolen debit cards. More>>

    Oklahoma City man pleads guilty to making bomb, seven other charges

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    Three months after he was arrested at a NW Oklahoma City apartment complex, a man accused of several crimes, including making an explosive device, has pleaded guilty to all charges. More>>

    Oklahoma women in court for hearing on gay marriage

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    Gay marriage has its second hearing at the federal appellate level Thursday as lawyers for two Oklahoma women and the county clerk who would not give them a marriage license square off in a Denver courtroom. More>>

    Oklahoma County Sheriff: Married couple busted carrying 1 1/2 lbs of meth

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    The Oklahoma County Sheriff is crediting the work of a K9 unit to detect and find one pound of methamphetamine hidden inside a vehicle occupied by a married couple. More>>

    Main St. Bridge opens Thursday morning

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    A major overpass opens in Norman. More>>

    Overnight fire destroys SW OKC home

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    Investigators are trying to figure out how a house in Southwest Oklahoma City caught on fire overnight. The house fire happening near SW 97th and S Western at around 3am Thursday morning. More>>

    Norman's Main Street reopens; Lindsey Street reconstruction begins Video included

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    Norman's Main Street is finally reopening, after years of construction, but Lindsey Street is next, and city planners say they expect more delays in this project. More>>

    Kids play dangerous eraser game Video included

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    A game among middle schoolers leaves their skin mutilated on purpose. It's called the "eraser game."   Some parents are hearing about it for the first time.  But videos on Youtube show the eraser game More>>

    Guthrie stands up against common core standards Video included

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    A large school district fires a shot against common core standards. Guthrie's School Board approved a resolution saying they want common core repealed. More>>

    Fight heats up as OKC-Tulsa passenger rail decision draws near Video included

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    Before cabinet members publicly announce their plan, demonstrators pull together another effort to sway the decision More>>

    Oklahoma House unanimously passes Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper raise bill

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    A measure that would raise Oklahoma State Trooper salaries to the level of those in other states has passed through the House uninhibited Tuesday. More>>

    Oklahoma County Sheriff seeks clues in Harrah drive-by shootings

    The Oklahoma County Sheriff says two men in this Mustang fired shots at two homes in the Harrah area Tuesday night. The Oklahoma County Sheriff says two men in this Mustang fired shots at two homes in the Harrah area Tuesday night.
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    The Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office has released a couple of pictures of a vehicle they say was involved in a drive-by shooting Tuesday night. More>>

    Oklahoma City Police arrest nine on prostitution charges Tuesday

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    Nine men and and women spent Tuesday night behind bars in the Oklahoma County Jail on prostitution charges in Oklahoma City. More>>

    City of Duncan employee stabbed, told "no one in Duncan is safe"

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    A City of Duncan employee is recovering from several stab wounds from when he was attacked on the job Monday night at the city's water treatment plant. More>>

    Minimum wage rally today

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    Despite already being approved by Governor Mary Fallin, the fight over minimum wage in Oklahoma is not over. Today, those upset with the new law that prohibits cities from setting their own minimum wage are planning to rally. More>>

    Grass fires burning across the state

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    Firefighters are battling multiple grass fires across Oklahoma Sunday. More>>

    CDC: Lung cancer rates drop, especially among men

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    Health officials are reporting a drop in the rate of new lung cancer cases. More>>

    Police: woman arrested for DUI; had 4-month-old in the car

    Julie Singletary was arrested on New Year's Day for DUI and child endangerment after police say she crashed a vehicle into a cement barricade with a 4-month-old in the car. Julie Singletary was arrested on New Year's Day for DUI and child endangerment after police say she crashed a vehicle into a cement barricade with a 4-month-old in the car.
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    Oklahoma City Police say they arrested a woman on New Year's Day for DUI and other charges after they say she crashed her car into a concrete barrier on I-35. More>>

    Former Oklahoma doctor arrested in Texas on felony homicide warrants

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    A former Oklahoma doctor has been arrested on felony homicide warrants in Texas. More>>

    Tecumseh schools lockdown lifted, suspects in custody

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    Tecumseh police have two 8th graders in custody for making threats against the school and have lifted a 'soft lockdown' that was in place for the schools. More>>

    Government: 1 in 14 fell prey to identity theft in 2012

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    The government says 1 out of every 14 Americans age 16 or older was a target or a victim of identity theft, a crime imposing a heavy emotional toll on many of its victims. More>>

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      Two teacher's aides at were caught on camera as they abused special education students.
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    • Logan County arrests eighth suspect in death of Shawn Masters

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      Tuesday, April 22 2014 5:02 PM EDT2014-04-22 21:02:49 GMT
      The Logan County Sheriff's Office says it has arrested the eighth and final person responsible for the death of Shawn Masters, who authorities say was found bound and burned in a Logan County field on January 31.
      The Logan County Sheriff's Office says it has arrested the eighth and final person responsible for the death of Shawn Masters, who authorities say was found bound and burned in a Logan County field on January 31.
    • Oklahoma Militia gets involved in Nevada cattle battle

      Oklahoma Militia gets involved in Nevada cattle battle

      Wednesday, April 23 2014 12:50 AM EDT2014-04-23 04:50:30 GMT
      A cattle battle in Nevada... bleeds over to Oklahoma. The federal government says Cliven Bundy is allowing his cattle to graze illegally. Bundy says the land belongs to the state.
      A cattle battle in Nevada... bleeds over to Oklahoma. The federal government says Cliven Bundy is allowing his cattle to graze illegally. Bundy says the land belongs to the state.

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