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  • By JACOB MCGUIRE CNHI Oklahoma

NORMAN — The Cleveland County jail inmate that died March 22 has been identified by the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation as 34-year-old Anthony Dale Sliffe.

I am not sure why I saved this love language for last. My best guess is that it is because it probably is my least-valued love language. I know it has value, even to me, because I have felt a little of the “sting” of missing out on an expected gift on a few special-event days in previous years.

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Come to the Elks Club Friday night to help raise money for abused and neglected children.

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  • By CATHY SPAULDING  Phoenix Staff Writer

MUSKOGEE — Ryan Alley couldn’t wait to taste the bread he helped make at the Fort Gibson Historic Site.

  • By DAVID DISHMAN CNHI Oklahoma

MCALESTER — An Oklahoma police officer killed in the line of duty is 22-year-old Canadian native Justin Terney.

In the last three weeks, we have been debating and voting on hundreds of pieces of legislation, all of which had to be acted on by the March 23 deadline for the full Senate to consider bills filed by our members.

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Several Business Professionals of America chapters from Pontotoc County schools recently attended the Oklahoma BPA State Leadership Conference at the Cox Business Center in Tulsa.

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  • By Jessica Miller | Enid News & Eagle

  • By Tim Ahrens | CNHI News Oklahoma

Authorities are investigating a "very badly burned male body" that was discovered southwest of Stillwater city limits early Wednesday morning.

  • By James Coburn | CNHI News Oklahoma

Chickens and laying hens may be kept within Edmond city limits after a 5-0 vote Monday evening by the Edmond City Council. Mayor Charles Lamb said the city has heard extensive testimony about the use of urban chickens. 

  • By Cydney Baron | CNHI News Oklahoma

A Rose man is in custody after an alleged stabbing in the Locust Grove Walmart parking lot.

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  • By Grant D. Crawford | CNHI News Oklahoma

Cherokee County has over 100 cemeteries within its boundaries, and almost all of them are overseen and maintained by volunteers.

  • By Jeff Mullin | CNHI Oklahoma

This is a true story. It happened to a woman I know somewhere in Oklahoma.

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  • By Mark Hughes | CNHI News Oklahoma

Volunteering to clean up the War Memorial Park is serious business for Oktaha senior Austin Ellison who's enrolled in the service career class at Indian Capital Technology Center.

  • By Barry Porterfield | CNHI News Oklahoma

The days of staying hidden in the shadows are now gone for a Garvin County fugitive who was returned this week after being on the run for more than two years.

National News

  • By Sean Sullivan | The Washington Post

WASHINGTON - Forty-four members of the Senate Democratic caucus have penned a letter to President Donald Trump signaling they are open to working with him on health care - but not before he ends his effort to attack the Affordable Care Act.

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Rehabilitation is a standard practice after any major surgery, but a team of University of Oklahoma health professionals and researchers are exploring the benefits of what they are calling "prehabilitation."

  • By Devlin Barrett and Adam Entous | The Washington Post

WASHINGTON - The Trump administration sought to block former acting attorney general Sally Yates from testifying in the House investigation of possible links between Russian officials and Donald Trump's campaign, according to letters provided to The Washington Post. The effort to keep Yates from testifying has further angered Democrats, who have accused Republicans of trying to damage the inquiry.

  • By Kery Murakami | CNHI Washington Reporter

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump’s notion of getting moderate Democrats to join with majority Republicans to help him win approval of health care legislation faces longshot odds, representatives of both parties said Tuesday.

  • By Jill Nolin | CNHI State Reporter

ATLANTA — A move to let more Georgians use medical cannabis is nearing a final vote in the General Assembly.

  • By Brian Fung | The Washington Post

WASHINGTON - Congress sent proposed legislation to President Donald Trump on Tuesday that wipes away landmark online privacy protections, the first salvo in what is likely to become a significant reworking of the rules governing Internet access in an era of Republican dominance.

  • By Andrew Adkins | CNHI News

SANDY HOOK, Ky. –– In a $1.6 million verdict, a jury ruled in favor of four women who said they were sexually harassed by a male supervisor while working as guards at a state prison for men in northeastern Kentucky.

  • By Tim Loh, Sheela Tobben and Ari Natter | Bloomberg

In the end, the pipeline won.

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