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A series of three earthquakes, including a stronger magnitude 3.7 that was felt in Enid, struck the area east and south of Meno in Major County Sunday afternoon, Feb. 28, 2021, according to the United States Geological Survey.

STILLWATER – Now that the ice and snow have melted and the windchill is no longer in the negative zone, Oklahomans are focused on the damage caused by the recent record-breaking deep freeze.

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OKLAHOMA CITY — Last week's winter weather disrupted the state’s plans to give health care workers, first responders and Oklahomans 65-plus their necessary COVID-19 booster vaccination, a top health official said Tuesday.

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Tulsa – Local McDonald’s restaurant Owners are actively seeking additional employees to join their teams. An increase in customer traffic has created an immediate need for additional staff to keep restaurants operating in a manner that provides an outstanding experience that fulfills McDonal…

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WASHINGTON – FEMA announced federal emergency aid has been made available to the state of Oklahoma to supplement state, tribal and local response efforts in areas affected by a severe winter storm beginning Feb. 8, 2021 and continuing.

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Animals need to keep warm during this frigid weather, too, so the Humane Society of Cherokee County is encouraging pet owners to get the shelter they need to keep pets and animals safe.

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STILLWATER – Adult sheep are capable of enduring colder weather, but lambs are not. Lamb owners need to manage accordingly, said an Oklahoma State University expert.

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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STILLWATER, Okla. – Cattle producers need to follow recommended livestock-care checklists to mitigate significant dangers that arctic blasts bring to animal health and production, said Oklahoma State University experts.

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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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HULBERT, Okla. — The dream of moving into a new home is now a reality for several Cherokee elders who recently received their keys to new efficiency homes newly constructed in Hulbert.

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

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Miami, Okla. – Members of the Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College (NEO) Rodeo Team recently competed at the American Cowboys Rodeo Association (ACRA) Finals Rodeo in Tulsa, Okla., with three riders finishing the circuit first in the world.

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OKLAHOMA CITY — Gov. Kevin Stitt vows to exorcise “ghost students” he says haunt the state’s school funding formula.

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WASHINGTON — Oklahoma farmers expressed optimism about the Senate’s 51-49 vote to uphold the Trump administration’s Navigable Waters Protection Rule, which replaced an Obama-era regulation farmers feared would lead to costly litigation and limit water use on their own land.

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Former President Donald Trump's second impeachment trial began Tuesday, a solemn proceeding that will force lawmakers to relive the violent events of Jan. 6 as House Democrats prosecute their case for "incitement of insurrection."

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In the biting chill of Monday's sundown came a celebration of six lives.

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Advocates said they are alarmed by statistics for abused teenagers, and they're focusing on the numbers this month during National Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month.

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Oklahoma State Department of Health Commissioner Lance Frye is naming Dr. Kelly Williams the Director of the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority.

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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.

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