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OK Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry reacts to feds' decision to ax rural fire department assistance program
Rural fire departments across Oklahoma and the nation will be devastated by an agreement between the Department of Defense (DoD) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), which stops making available excess DoD vehicles that are critical to rural fire departments’ ability to fight wildland fires.
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Hobby Lobby ruling puts Green family in crosshairs
David Green felt like the black sheep of his family. His five other siblings had followed their preacher father into church work; David went into retail.
First Oklahoma case of chikungunya virus confirmed
The Oklahoma Department of Health says a Tulsa County resident has tested positive for the chikungunya virus, the first confirmed case of the disease in the state.
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Marijuana is an issue in Oklahoma governor race
Gov. Mary Fallin, a Republican who has never lost an election during a 25-year political career in Oklahoma, will face two lesser-known opponents in next week's GOP primary who have made their support for legalization of marijuana an issue in the campaign.
OK roads, bridges inspected after earthquakes
The recent spate of strong earthquakes in central Oklahoma hasn't caused any significant damage to bridges and roads, according to the Oklahoma Department of Transportation.
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