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Death toll from flu in Oklahoma rises to 51
The Oklahoma State Department of Health reports three more deaths in the state due to the flu.
Oklahoma Senate passes income tax cut with trigger
The Oklahoma Senate has approved a plan to cut the state’s top individual income tax rate once revenue collections return to 2013 levels.
Another strong year at Port of Catoosa
The Tulsa Port of Catoosa marked another banner year in 2013 — its second best ever.
Rogers County students named Academic All-Staters
Five high school students from Rogers County are among the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence prestigious 2014 Academic All-State Awards.
UPDATE: Hearing set for disputed libel settlement
A state judge has scheduled a March 26 hearing to resolve the mediation dispute in the defamation lawsuit by District Attorney Janice Steidley and two assistants against the sponsors of the unsuccessful citizens’ petition for a local grand jury investigation of the DA’s office.
Family of Okla. man who died after police altercation releases video
Nair Rodriguez's voice can be heard loud and clear. With five law enforcement officers on top of her husband, Luis, she screamed over and over, "You kill him. You kill him."
Oklahoma House panel OKs ban on driving, texting
An Oklahoma House committee has passed a bill that would prohibit texting, emailing and instant messaging while driving a vehicle.
RCB Bank acquires seven SpiritBank branches
RCB Bank is growing once again with the acquisition of seven new branches.
Oklahoma House tax cut plan includes trigger
A House leader is unveiling a new plan to cut the state’s income tax that would first require enough revenue growth to cover the cost of the reduction.
DHS to award transportation grants
The Oklahoma Department of Human Services plans to award almost $2.4 million in federal funds for public transportation services for the elderly and people with disabilities.
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