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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has proposed a $160 million plan to shore up levees around Oklahoma's second-largest city that have been weakened by... [Read More]
The Tulsa Fire Department is collaborating with the Mental Health Association Oklahoma, St. John Medical Center, the Tulsa Health Department, and The Merchant... [Read More]
Project Blue Streets Task Force has released a medical clearance protocol that will be used to help with jail diversion and create better outcomes for... [Read More]
Minari, a feature film from A24 and Plan B Entertainment, has completed production in Tulsa. [Read More]
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Oklahoma Christian University has opened the new 7,000-square-foot Dave & Shirlie Ellis Clinical Skills Lab & Simulation Center. [Read More]
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The Oklahoma State Department of Health has awarded more than $2.1 million to emergency medical service programs. [Read More]
Mid-America Christian University plans to offer a bachelor's degree in data analytics. [Read More]
Labor Commissioner Leslie Osborn has appointed Don Schooler as chief of staff for the Oklahoma Department of Labor. [Read More]
Griffin Communications plans to open a Washington bureau in January. [Read More]
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New criminal justice guidelines will likely make hundreds of Oklahoma inmates eligible for accelerated release from prison, according to the executive director... [Read More]
David Harris has been appointed Devon Energy's executive vice president, exploration and production. [Read More]
Jace Wolfe was elected chair of the Commission for Rehabilitation Services, which governs the Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services. [Read More]
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A pair of Tulsa-based software developers have teamed up to create a new enterprise in the enigmatic world of artificial intelligence, serving companies with... [Read More]
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The Cherokee Nation is raising the minimum wage it pays to government employees and working to increase wages earned by employees of Cherokee Nation Businesses. [Read More]
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Oklahoma City has an opportunity to grow our economy by investing in professional development for our existing workforce. [Read More]
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Shares of Tulsa-based SemGroup Corp., which transports, processes and stores oil and natural gas, surged more than 60% Monday after Dallas-based Energy Transfer... [Read More]
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There are more medical school graduates each year in Oklahoma than there are residency slots in hospitals for them to complete their training. [Read More]
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According to a recent annual survey, 2% of kindergartners in school in Ottawa County, Oklahoma, have an exemption on file and are unvaccinated. [Read More]
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Oklahoma's attorney general has agreed to pay a Michigan law firm up to $250,000 to help represent the state in negotiations with Oklahoma-based Native American... [Read More]
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Global energy prices spiked Monday by 15% after a weekend attack on key oil facilities in Saudi Arabia caused the worst disruption to world supplies... [Read More]
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