Oklahoma House approves tax cut, sends bill to Gov. Mary Fallin

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A bill cutting Oklahoma’s top income tax rate by 0.25 percent was approved by the state House of Representatives on Wednesday and is on its way to the governor.

OSU football: QB competition still on?

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The Big 12 held a spring football coaches teleconference Tuesday. When Mike Gundy took his turn, the conversation — naturally — got around to OSU’s quarterback situation.

Soldier convicted in WikiLeaks case gets new name

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LEAVENWORTH, Kan. — A Kansas judge granted a request Wednesday to formally change the name of the soldier convicted of leaking classified documents to WikiLeaks from Bradley Edward Manning to Chelsea Elizabeth Manning.

Empire of the Fun: Plaza Distict bolsters local flavor with Empire Slice House

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Step into Empire Slice House, 1734 NW 16 St., and you half expect to be part of the live studio audience for “Wayne’s World,” circa 1995.
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Oklahoma House defeats bond issue for state Capitol repairs

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A proposal to issue $160 million in bonds to repair the crumbling state Capitol was soundly defeated Tuesday by the state House of Representatives.

Oklahoma City's Festival of the Arts opens on mild, sun-splashed day

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Visitors take in the art and check out the food at the annual arts fest in downtown Oklahoma City.

Arts sustained downtown Oklahoma City during down times

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The Festival of the Arts, a downtown mainstay in good times and bad, kicks off Tuesday in Oklahoma City.

Oklahoma City Geological Society will move to a new home, looking to connect with new generation

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A 91-year-old building that was originally home to the Oklahoma Cotton Growers Association is undergoing a $1.3 million renovation by its new owner, the Oklahoma City Geological Society.



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