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A federal judge ruled Friday that a lawsuit filed by two Oklahoma death row inmates seeking information on the drugs that will be used in their executions scheduled for later this month should be heard in state court.
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S REPORT FINDS THE LARGEST EARTHQUAKES ON RECORD IN OKLAHOMA WERE TRIGGERED BY OIL AND GAS ACTIVITY.
The Oklahoma Panhandle has never been for the faint of heart. Before becoming a part of Oklahoma Territory, this strip known as No Man's Land was a haven for outlaws and land squatters.
The daughter of Oklahoma's governor is defending a photo of herself wearing a Native American headdress, though the picture was removed from social media sites after criticism that it was insensitive.
An Oklahoma man charged as an accessory after the fact of first-degree murder in the 1992 disappearance and deaths of two women and a girl is scheduled for a preliminary hearing.
An Oklahoma man faces drug charges after a traffic stop in the Texas Panhandle led to the seizure of more than $1.3 million worth of methamphetamine.
Research linking Oklahoma's 2011 magnitude 5.7 earthquake to the state's oil and natural gas activity was published this week in the Journal of Geophysical Research.
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The agency says a total of 53 people have died due to the virus during the flu season that started in late September.
Lamb began his re-election bid on Thursday in Claremore. Additional stops were planned in Ardmore, Bartlesville, Claremore, Duncan, Lamb's hometown of Enid, Lawton and Ponca City.
Pogue grew up in Sand Springs, where he's one of the famous natives on a mural at the Case Center.
An Oklahoma group that supports a set of education standards known Common Core is delivering a petition to state legislators signed by more than 7,000 Oklahomans who support the standards.
The Oklahoma Senate has approved a bill that prevents girls younger than 17 from buying the so-called morning-after pill without a prescription.
"The main reason I'm running is that we need strong, active conservatives of a new generation who aren't part of the status quo, but are there to work hard," state Rep. Mike Turner told The Associated Press ahead of an official announcement.
Individuals carrying large quantities of prescription drugs would face drug trafficking charges under legislation approved unanimously by the Oklahoma House of Representatives.
Lawyers for two death-row inmates challenging Oklahoma's law that shields details of drugs used in executions have filed a motion to have the case moved back to state court.