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Oklahoma City pigeon breeder named in PETA gambling investigation in Taiwan

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People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals say a five-month investigation last year by the organization in Taiwan uncovered a multibillion-dollar industry centered on racing pigeons imported from all over the world, including from Oklahoma City-based Continental Breeding Station.

Oklahoma restaurants, consumer activists continue fight over mixed drink tax

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Most sued restaurants are fighting accusations they overcharged customers for mixed drinks. At stake in the dispute are millions of dollars. Around 100 restaurants have paid settlments.. The Legislature last year changed the law to prevent future lawsuits.

Federal judge to decide if FBI must search further for surveillance video of Oklahoma City bombing

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Federal government says requested video doesn’t exist.

What's it like: To suffer sleep deprivation

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Jaclyn Cosgrove: A variety of life circumstances can cause a person to not sleep well. Sleep problems are one of the most common reasons someone might see a primary care doctor.

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Body found Sunday in Oklahoma City apartment

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An adult man, whose name has not been released, was found dead about 12:15 p.m. Sunday inside an apartment on the 900 block of N Rockwell, Oklahoma City police said.

With wind farms, property rights issues deserve careful review

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THE Oklahoma Corporation Commission is in the early stages of addressing a thorny issue: At what point does economic activity on one piece of property infringe upon the rights of...

Q&A on Collecting: Satsuma vases were made in Japan

Life | Published: Mon, Jul 28, 2014 | Comments Comment on this article Leave a comment

Anne McCollam: Satsuma vases are too small to be umbrella holders. Satsuma-ware is Japanese glazed pottery, and it usually was cream-colored and decorated with raised enamels and often had a...

Can journalism interns get out of EscapeOKC by deadline?

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Escape OKC gives a participants a video game experience without a screen.

NFL: After playing 11 seasons with the Minnesota Vikings, Kevin Williams signed with the Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks

Sports | Published: Sun, Jul 27, 2014 | Comments Comment on this article Leave a comment

In a state that’s produced Heisman Trophy winners, electric wishbone stars and highlight-reel wide receivers, Kevin Williams’ NFL career has flown under the radar. Of the 80 players with Oklahoma...

Paul Greenberg: Like a hotel burglar ...

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Our president and his crew of Great Minds have managed to “reset” relations with Russia, all right — all the way back to Cold War times. With an America sick of...




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