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Man killed stepfather with underwear
Authorities say a 33-year old man allegedly killed his stepfather over the holidays by yanking the stepfather’s underwear up his back and over his head so that the undergarment’s waistband was around his neck.
Tribe sues over Internet gaming
An Oklahoma-based tribe is betting on a federal lawsuit to get its Internet gambling website up and running.
Body may be Tuttle man
Grady County Sheriff Jim Weir says a body found in Tuttle appears to be that of a Tuttle man missing for more than a week.
New wind farm proposed in Garfield County
Plans are underway for a new wind farm in Garfield County.
January sentencing set for ex-SAU student
A January sentencing date has been set for a former Southern Arkansas University student accused of stealing horses from the school’s stables.
Remains found in search for missing Altus woman
Authorities await identification of remains found at an overgrown camp site in Kiowa County, but investigators said they’re hopeful that they’ve found an Altus woman who went missing in 2001.
Fire truck stolen, set ablaze
Authorities in northeast Oklahoma are investigating after someone stole a rural fire department’s fire truck and set it on fire.
Okla. recognized for higher ed program
The White House will recognize Oklahoma next week for its effort in college remediation education.
Oklahoma Guard: Benefit change causes little disruption
Nearly a month after a directive by Gov. Mary Fallin changed the way the Oklahoma National Guard handles marriage benefits, Guard officials say the change has caused little disruption.
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Gov. Mary Fallin has issued an executive order in support of education standards in math and English known as Common Core and says she hopes the order will ease fears that the standards represent a federal takeover of public education.
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