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Weather prompts county to delay business
Winter weather created a delay Monday for Rogers County commissioners, pushing back the opening of 6-month bids until Wednesday because the courthouse was closed last Friday.
Speaker Shannon OKs hefty raises for House staff
While Gov. Mary Fallin and legislative leaders waited for the completion of an independent study on state employee pay, House Speaker T.W. Shannon approved more than a quarter of a million dollars in annual pay increases for his staff, according to House documents released Monday.
8 deaths blamed on wintry storm in Oklahoma
The number of fatalities in Oklahoma blamed on the wintry storm has increased.
UPDATE: Search for missing Claremore teen suspended, will resume Tuesday
A search for a missing 15-year-old Claremore boy has been suspended and will resume Tuesday morning.
Light snow possible in northern Oklahoma counties
Forecasters say light snow is possible in northern Oklahoma as another round of wintry weather makes its way through the state.
DA’s libel suit attacked on political free speech principle
Sponsors of the unsuccessful grand jury petition to investigate District Attorney Janice Steidley have urged dismissal of her defamation lawsuit against them on the basis it violates their rights to free political speech.
Ice, snow cover roads in Rogers County
A winter storm brought ice and snow to Rogers County Thursday and continues today.
2 deaths blamed on winter storm in Oklahoma
At least two deaths have been blamed on a winter storm sweeping through Oklahoma that has brought snow and ice and bone-chilling temperatures.
Nelson Mandela mourned worldwide
Flags were lowered to half-staff across South Africa and people in black townships, in upscale mostly white suburbs and in the country’s vast rural grasslands commemorated Nelson Mandela with song, tears and prayers on Friday while pledging to adhere to the values of unity and democracy that he embodied.
Grand jury probe into Owasso government corruption may end today
A grand jury investigating possible corruption within Owasso city government could be concluding as early as today according to a motion filed with a Tulsa County judge.
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