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OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahoma's bounty on Bigfoot has grown to nearly $2.1 million mere weeks after a state lawmaker proposed a controversial bill to allow capturing of the mythical creature.

WILBURTON – Eastern Oklahoma State College has been given the “all clear” from local and statewide authorities after a bomb threat was received earlier Tuesday. Students and employees were evacuated at the Wilburton and McAlester campuses and classes were canceled as a safety precaution.

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A bill to strengthen penalties for those who assault police officers, refuse orders, disperse, block or obstruct traffic on public highways or streets, or deface or destroy property during riots went to the full Senate on Thursday after it was passed by the Public Safety and Appropriations C…

OKLAHOMA CITY — The natural gas costs incurred by utility providers trying to keep the heat and lights on in Oklahoma during the past two weeks are expected to cost consumers billions of dollars, officials said Monday.

OKLAHOMA CITY -- Over the past five years, Robert Ruiz, executive director of ChoiceMatters, has tried to help thousands of parents in what he describes as underserved communities find schools that best fit their children's needs.

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After four years of annual reports the general public no longer has access to a detailed accounting of how nearly 200,000 tons of waste produced by Oklahoma’s Poultry Feeding Operations is exported or applied on state lands, including sensitive watersheds.

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OKLAHOMA CITY — After nearly two hours of discussion, a divided panel of Oklahoma utility regulators issued an emergency order Tuesday night that prioritizes powering homes over large commercial and industrial businesses if the power or natural gas grid can’t fully support all of the operations.

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The Grand River Dam Authority Police Department has released the name of the man who died after falling through the ice on Grand Lake earlier this week.

OKLAHOMA CITY -- Though lawmakers will have an additional $1.8 billion to potentially spend this coming year, state leaders said they will need to be careful how they allocate that unexpected windfall.

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OKLAHOMA CITY — Utility officials are warning Oklahomans that unprecedented rolling power outages may not be finished if electricity and natural gas usage continues to exceed supply amid lingering single-digit and sub-zero temperatures.

OKLAHOMA CITY – The State of Oklahoma continues to provide a comprehensive, coordinated response to the ongoing winter storm which has brought heavy snow, strong winds and prolonged, historically cold temperatures.

OKLAHOMA CITY -- While many state lawmakers say they plan to take the COVID-19 vaccine eventually, dozens reported that they have opted out for now despite receiving expedited access.

OKLAHOMA CITY — School personnel and younger Oklahomans most susceptible to COVID-19 can get vaccinations as early as Feb. 22, health officials announced Thursday.

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Wintry weather across Oklahoma that has left roads slick and hazardous statewide on Wednesday has led to the closings of some coronavirus vaccination sites, including the state's two largest.

OKLAHOMA CITY - Debate over the future of Oklahoma's health care system is heating up as legislators and medical professionals argue about the wisdom of a gubernatorial plan that seeks to overhaul the state's insurance delivery method.

OKLAHOMA CITY — An additional infusion of COVID-19 vaccines is expected in Oklahoma starting next week, after state health officials said Wednesday that they have opted into President Joe Biden’s federal retail pharmacy program.

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Prosecutors have filed six first-degree murder charges against a man police say reported the shooting and summoned first responders to the southeast Muskogee residence after a shooting early Tuesday morning.

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Michelle Anderson recalled seeing her nieces and nephew last Sunday.

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