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The medical marijuana industry in Oklahoma is booming. The Oklahoma Tax Commission says sales reached nearly a million dollars in December. While the industry is... [Read More]
As the government shutdown continues into its fourth week, the impact on Cleveland County and Norman is intensifying. [Read More]
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Personal information from people across the state is at risk after a data breach at the Oklahoma Department of Securities. ... [Read More]
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Proponents of criminal justice reform were celebrating a bipartisan legislative proposal that could result in the early release of thousands of Oklahomans serving time for... [Read More]
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Local dispensary Fire Leaf helps Oklahomans obtain their medical marijuana licenses by holding patient drives. [Read More]
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A cyber security watchdog says millions of documents containing Oklahomans' sensitive information were found sitting open online. [Read More]
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Numerous Oklahomans have paid tribute to the legendary life and career of Carol Channing, the three-time Tony Award-winning musical comedy star who died Tuesday at... [Read More]
Oklahomans are starting a bold new experiment in government. For the first time in 16 years, they held an inauguration ceremony for a governor who... [Read More]
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More than $20,000 was raised for the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma during Lyric Theatre's production of "A Christmas Carol." After the production of each... [Read More]
The Pottawatomie County Health Department is proud to announce that 56 local entities have been awarded Certified Healthy status for 2018. Certified Healthy Oklahoma is... [Read More]
(AP) –– The partial federal shutdown is stretching into its fourth week, and the effects are starting to show. Here's an example that strikes home... [Read More]
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Start the year by saving lives! January is National Blood Donor Month, and Oklahoma Blood Institute is urging all healthy Oklahomans, ages 16 and up,... [Read More]
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Start the year by saving lives! January is National Blood Donor Month, and Oklahoma Blood Institute is urging all healthy Oklahomans, ages 16 and up,... [Read More]
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DHS announced that Oklahomans who rely on food stamps and other SNAP food benefits will still receive government assistance.  The U.S. Department of Agriculture has... [Read More]
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More than 610,000 low-income Oklahomans will receive their February food stamps several weeks earlier this year because of the ongoing federal government shutdown. [Read More]
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More than 610,000 low-income Oklahomans will receive their February food stamps several weeks earlier this year because of the ongoing federal government shutdown. [Read More]
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The Oklahoma Department of Human Services will distribute February's food assistance benefits early due to the partial government shutdown. [Read More]
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OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) —Oklahomans who rely on SNAP food benefits will receive those benefits a little earlier amid the partial federal government shutdown. The U.S. [Read More]
J. Kevin Stitt was inaugurated as Oklahoma's 28th governor on Monday, promising to bring Oklahomans a new sense of pride in their state following an... [Read More]
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Oklahomans who rely on SNAP food benefits will receive those benefits a little earlier amid the partial federal government shutdown. The U.S. Department of Agriculture... [Read More]
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