NTSB: Oklahoma senator’s son noted engine trouble
The son of Oklahoma U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe reported his small plane was experiencing engine trouble shortly before he died in a crash near Tulsa, according to a preliminary report released by the National Transportation Safety Board.
VIDEO: Tornadoes, damaging storms sweep through Midwest
At least 5 are dead as severe weather causes extensive damage in Missouri, Illinois and Indiana.
Tornadoes tear through Indiana, Illinois
Tornadoes and severe thunderstorms swept across the Midwest on Sunday, killing at least five people and causing significant damage in dozens of towns in Indiana and Illinois.
Official: Sen. Inhofe's son killed in plane crash
The U.S. Secretary of Defense on Monday confirmed the death of U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe's son, 52-year-old Dr. Perry Inhofe, who was killed in a weekend plane crash in northeast Oklahoma.
A-F grades released by state
The Oklahoma Board of Education unanimously voted to certify the A-F report cards for schools statewide at a special meeting Wednesday afternoon in Oklahoma City.
For health care consumers, sticker shock leads to anger
Americans who face higher insurance costs under President Barack Obama's health-care law are angrily complaining about "sticker shock," threatening to become a new political force opposing the law even as the White House struggles to convince other consumers that they will benefit from it.
High court ends Okla. bid to limit drug abortions
The Supreme Court said Monday it will leave in place an Oklahoma court ruling that struck down a state law limiting drug-induced abortions.
Police say football coach murdered by acquaintance
An assistant football coach at Missouri Southern State University was gunned down in a movie theater parking lot Friday night, prompting the school to cancel homecoming.
Rep. Quinn to examine qualifications for elected officials
State Rep. Marty Quinn is launching an interim study to research how training requirements for county elected officials could be improved.
OTEMS audit reveals payroll fraud
Oklahoma State Auditor Gary Jones released the Oologah Talala Emergency Medical Service’s 2011 audit report Thursday, including several findings of inadequate internal controls, payroll fraud and other potential violations of state law.
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