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    A piece of Native American, Oklahoma history taken to vet clinic

    OKLAHOMA — A piece of Oklahoma history is seeing new life at, of all places, a veterinary clinic. “It appears that there has either been some damage to the lance itself at some point, or possibly when it was initially created it was composed of multiple pieces,” Joy Hardin with BluePearl Veterinary Partners Surgery Center […]

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    Study analyzes most popular weight loss programs to find most successful

    There’s no shortage of commercial weight loss programs touting their success stories on television and the Internet. However, a John Hopkins study finds very few are actually effective for long-term results. Researchers looked closely at 11 programs to compare weight loss, adherence and any possible harms. They found that only Weight Watchers and Jenny Craig […]

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    FEMA denies disaster assistance for tornado stricken areas in Oklahoma

    OKLAHOMA CITY – FEMA has denied the state’s request for assistance to aid individuals and businesses in the tornado stricken areas in Oklahoma, according to Governor Mary Fallin. The Federal Emergency Management Agency sent a letter to Gov. Fallin saying the tornadoes in Cleveland and Tulsa counties were not severe enough to require federal assistance. The letter read […]

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    Couple charged in connection with Lexington teen’s death

    Updated 4/2/15 at 2:35 p.m. LEXINGTON, Okla. – Cleveland County deputies arrested a couple in connection with the death of a Lexington teenager. 15-year-old Nicholas Faught died at a party last weekend allegedly hosted by Justin Moore and Tonya Moss. Deputies arrested Moore and Moss earlier this week. They were arraigned via video at the […]

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    SandRidge Energy lays off 132 positions due to low “commodity” prices

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A well-known oil company in Oklahoma City confirmed that it laid off more than 100 employees as a result of lower commodity prices. SandRidge Energy officials announced that 132 positions, which is approximately 20 percent of the corporate workforce, were affected. “Market conditions continue to dictate that we take proactive steps to preserve […]

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    Gov. Fallin requests federal disaster assistance for Tulsa, Cleveland counties

    OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – Federal help may be on the way to those affected by last week’s storms. Governor Mary Fallin  has requested that a federal disaster be declared for Tulsa and Cleveland counties. The request came Wednesday, in the wake of last week’s deadly tornadoes near Sand Springs, and another tornado that swept through Moore. […]

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    McDonalds to give a pay raise to hourly workers

    NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — McDonald’s plans to increase hourly wages by for roughly 90,000 workers — a move that follows in the footsteps of retail giants Walmart and T.J. Maxx and new state minimum wage laws across the country. Effective July 1st, McDonald’s starting wages will be at least $1 an hour more than the […]

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    Thousand-year-old Anglo-Saxon recipe kills MRSA superbug

    LONDON (CNN) — It might sound like a really old wives’ tale, but a thousand-year-old Anglo-Saxon potion for eye infections may hold the key to wiping out the modern-day superbug MRSA, according to new research. The 10th-century “eyesalve” remedy was discovered at the British Library in a leather-bound volume of Bald’s Leechbook, widely considered to […]

  • Education rally draws thousands to state capitol

    OKLAHOMA CITY — For the second consecutive year, thousands of teachers, administrators, parents, and students rallied at the state capitol Monday, calling for increased funding for education and less student testing. Although officials said the crowd was slightly smaller than last year’s rally, which was estimated at 25,000 to 30,000 people, the passion was just the […]

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    U.S. ends Boston Marathon bomb case with grisly photos and testimony

    Warning: This story is graphic and may not be suitable for all audiences. BOSTON — Martin Richard, an 8-year-boy who once urged people in a school project to “stop hurting each other,” was literally blown apart by a homemade bomb as he watched the 2013 Boston Marathon with his family, jurors heard Monday. Federal prosecutors […]

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    Viewers outraged over Jamie Foxx’s Bruce Jenner joke at iHeartRadio Music Awards

    (CNN) — Some viewers of the iHeartRadio Music Awards on Sunday night took to social media to vent about the opening monologue, saying one controversial joke crossed the line. Musician and actor Jamie Foxx hosted the second annual awards show in Los Angeles. “We got some ground-breaking performances, here too, tonight,” Foxx said. “We got […]