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Tribe signs agreements for Oklahoma site cleanup
The Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma has signed an agreement with the state to clean up contaminated waste left over from decades of mining.
Grand Lake swimming area closed due to E.coli
Officials say the swimming area at Grand Lake State Park in northeastern Oklahoma will remain closed through at least Friday after an unsafe level of E.coli was detected in the water.
Investigation into Oklahoma man's death complete
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says its investigation into the death of a man who died after a struggle with police outside a movie theater in Moore is complete.
Appeals court affirms life sentence in death
A 23-year-old woman who was sentenced to life in prison in the slaying of an elderly woman has lost her attempt to have her first-degree murder conviction overturned.
OK economy ticks upward in May
The Institute for Supply Management, formerly the Purchasing Management Association, began formally surveying its membership in 1931 to gauge business conditions.
Medical marijuana supporters campaign for ballot question
Fannie Bates stood outside the Capitol on Wednesday, clutching a sign that read “Marijuana can keep me from going blind.”
Rain delays harvest of drought-damaged wheat crop
In an ironic twist, the start of harvesting Oklahoma's drought-damaged wheat crop has been delayed by rain.
Okla. House, Senate override reading bill veto
A bill that makes it easier for children to advance to the fourth grade even if they may not be reading at grade level will become law despite the governor's veto.
Parents urge Fallin to sign reading bill
A group of Oklahoma parents concerned about new reading requirements that third graders must meet in order to advance to the fourth grade are urging Gov. Mary Fallin to sign a bill making it easier to promote students.
Death penalty opponents rally to stop executions
The Oklahoma Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty will host a rally in opposition to executions and to support a moratorium on the death penalty in Oklahoma.
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