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Handle eggs with care to avoid foodborne illness
For those who recognize Easter and Passover, eggs are often a big part of the celebration. However, their fragile shells are not the only reason eggs should be handled with care.
Officials warn of salmonella dangers from baby poultry
Easter and the spring season is the time of year when baby poultry, including chicks, ducklings, goslings, and baby turkeys are given as gifts or put on display in stores for children to touch and hold.
Shawnee ex-teacher gets 45 years in child porn case
A former Oklahoma school teacher who pleaded no contest to child pornography and exploitation charges changed her plea to guilty Friday and agreed to accept a 45-year prison sentence.
4 Oklahoma air traffic towers axed
The Federal Aviation Administration said Friday it planned to close four air traffic control towers in Oklahoma as part of a move to reduce its budget by hundreds of millions of dollars.
Oklahoma Teens die in Texas home invasion
Two heavily armed teenage friends from Oklahoma drove hundreds of miles in a stolen pickup to a small town near Dallas where they were fatally shot during an apparent home invasion, a sheriff’s official said Thursday.
Governor Fallin announces appointments of 4 locals
Governor Mary Fallin recently announced the following appointments to various boards, agencies and commissions.
Feral hogs cause one-vehicle crash in south Oklahoma
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says a south Oklahoma woman is in critical condition after the truck she was riding in crashed into a pack of wild hogs that had congregated on the highway.
Plane crash kills ex-OU quarterback great Steve Davis
A former University of Oklahoma starting quarterback was one of two people killed when a small aircraft smashed into a house in northern Indiana, officials said Monday.
Authorities: Boley couple died of gunshot wounds
The Oklahoma state medical examiner says a husband and wife found dead in their home in rural Okfuskee County were shot to death.
Experts explain lake, river algae blooms
Spring is on its way, and it won’t be long before area residents take to the rivers and lakes to enjoy canoeing, fishing, swimming and other water sports.
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