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Two Shootings and one Stabbing Keep Oklahoma City Police Busy Overnight
Police in Oklahoma City have a busy night, and are still looking for suspects this morning. It started with a shooting in Northeast Oklahoma City. Police tell us two people were shot there. Both are expected to be okay, and police are still questioning neighbors in the area to find out what happened.
And a second shooting around ten o'clock last night near Northeast 47th and Casper. Police say two cars were driving by each other when the shots were fired. One person was hit multiple times.
He was transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. No arrests have been made at this time.
Then in the six hundred block of Southeast Sixth Street, one man is stabbed when a fight breaks out between two people.
Police say it was possibly over a prostitute.
He was rushed to the hospital..no word on his condition and police are still looking for the suspect.
If you have any information on these incidents you are asked to call Oklahoma City Police.
Posted: Wednesday, November 21 2012, 05:23 AM CST
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Oklahoma lawmakers plan $45 million tornado relief
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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Oklahoma lawmakers have begun the process of appropriating millions of dollars in emergency funds to help pay the cost of recovering from tornadoes that have ravaged parts of central Oklahoma.
Separate committees of the House and Senate on Tuesday approved a plan to appropriate $45 million from the state's Rainy Day Constitutional Reserve Fund. The money will go to the State Emergency Fund to help recover from a massive tornado that struck Moore on Monday, killing at least 24 people. A separate tornado on Sunday left two dead in Shawnee.
Republican Sen. Clark Jolley of Edmond says the money will help the Department of Emergency Management match disaster aid from the Federal Emergency Management Agency or to pay costs not covered by federal dollars.
Senate Bill 249: http://bit.ly/18fTLv0
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