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New law may affect gun license applicants
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says a new state law could affect people who are applying for gun licenses this year.
Bristow woman to stand trial for 1992 killings
A judge says there's sufficient evidence for a 67-year-old Bristow woman to stand trial on murder charges in the 1992 killings of three people.
- 3.9 magnitude quake recorded
Workers comp panel lays off 16 workers
Oklahoma’s Workers Compensation Commission has laid off 16 employees as the organization transitions from a court-based system to an administrative one.
- Inhofe praises decision to save surplus fire equipment program
- Farmers hoping for more rain to lessen impact of Oklahoma drought
- Oklahoma leaders push for immigration reform
Judge hands down life sentences in Tulsa attack
A judge has handed down four consecutive life sentences to a Tulsa man convicted in an attack that left an 84-year-old woman dead and her 89-year-old husband seriously injured.
Homecoming set for returning OK soldiers
A homecoming ceremony is scheduled in Mustang for about 80 soldiers from an Oklahoma Army National Guard artillery battery who are returning from Afghanistan.
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