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Oklahoma State University is preparing to welcome dockless electric scooters back to its campus beginning on Jan. 22 after banning them in October. OSU Sr. Vice-president for Administration and Finance Joe Weaver cited concerns about safety due to their speed and problems with users parking them in places that blocked crosswalks and buildings and prevented people with disabilities from being able to safely cross the street or use facilities when he booted them from campus.

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Oklahoma will get an infusion of new blood in its executive branch on Monday as its 28th governor is sworn into office — we hope he makes us a Top 10 state and follows through on promises made on the campaign trail. 

A set of proposed rules that would prohibit new or expanding large chicken farms from locating within certain distances of homes, schools and water wells is still alive, a month after the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry told the public that it would drop the rules and let the Legislature craft new setback regulations.

The McAlester Ethics Board is set to meet next week to determine two questions raised regarding Ward 6 City Councilor Zach Prichard in his capacity as chairman of the Downtown Tax Increment Financing Review Committee.