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Undeliverable mail is not a legitimate test of Medicaid eligibility, and we suspect the forces behind the rule knew as much all along. [Read More]
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February is Black History Month and the Tulsa World will be publishing stories and daily facts throughout the month.​... [Read More]
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Front page, sports, letters, guest articles; I enjoy them all even if I don't agree. [Read More]
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TULSA, Okla.– A Creede native is in custody in an Oklahoma jail after being arrested on eight counts of various child sex crimes according to... [Read More]
Tags: Oklahoma - sex - crimes
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A man who allegedly tried to kill two deputies was found suffering with a gunshot wound in a fortified residence, according to a report by... [Read More]
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The project will maintain municipal water supplies for the area, create an exciting new rafting area and provide a path for fish to move upstream... [Read More]
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Each day during Black History Month, Tulsa World writer Tim Stanley highlights important people, places and events from black history in Tulsa and Oklahoma. [Read More]
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A Tulsa man has been sentenced to prison after he pleaded guilty to raping a 14-year-old girl in 2017. 43-year-old David Keltner, pleaded guilty to... [Read More]
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Muncie Power Products Inc. announced last week it will invest $50 million in the new Peoria-Mohawk Business Park for a 300,000-square-foot facility to employ about... [Read More]
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A former candidate for Oklahoma attorney general is being sued by the federal government for the loss of nearly 41,000 trees on U.S. Army Corps... [Read More]
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Over the weekend, Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney told Fox News Sunday that a resumption of the longest partial government shutdown in... [Read More]
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Gov. Kevin Stitt has proposed a broad reorganization of Oklahoma's executive branch of government. He wants the legal authority to hire or fire top officers... [Read More]
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The Tulsa World has carried the comic "Non Sequitur" for many years as part of our daily panel of comics in the Scene section on... [Read More]
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The Tulsa World has carried the comic "Non Sequitur" for many years as part of our daily panel of comics in the Scene section on... [Read More]
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Current state law requires those seeking a concealed carry permit to receive minimal training, pass a criminal background check and pay a licensing fee. The... [Read More]
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You are the cartoonist! Win your own Bruce Plante original! Tulsa World editorial cartoonist Bruce Plante will publish a cartoon each Monday and you get... [Read More]
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Blakemore, of Tulsa, talked to the Tulsa World about the battle of Lo Giang, the 51st anniversary of which was last Friday. Blakemore received a... [Read More]
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