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City panel rejects effort to save Union Bus Station

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Oklahoma City’s Board of Adjustment voted 4-1 to uphold another panel’s decision to demolish the downtown bus station to make way for a garage.

Fire in Stockyards City Thursday heavily damages building

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Firefighters braved frigid temperatures and icy conditions Thursday morning as a large fire caused significant damage to a building in Stockyards City and destroyed many pieces of western and American Indian art.

Running back Joe Mixon will not play in OU's spring game

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OU fans hoping to finally see Mixon in action at this year’s spring game will have to wait a little longer.

Man convicted of fatal bus station stabbing sentenced to death

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Isaiah Tryon, 25, was convicted Friday in Oklahoma County District Court of the first-degree murder of 19-year-old Tia Bloomer. On Thursday, jurors decided that she should be sentenced to the death penalty.

OK Sea preparing for launch in Oklahoma City

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The Deep Deuce development, made of shipping containers, is expected to welcome its first customers in May in Oklahoma City.

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John Grisham: Bill would hurt ability of wrongly convicted to prove innocence in Oklahoma

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A bill in the Oklahoma House could seriously hinder the ability of the wrongfully convicted to prove innocence, a reality that could allow the perpetrators of crime to continue to...

Oklahoma Plugging in business briefs for March 6

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Oklahoma Plugging in business briefs for March 6, 2015

Oil and gas prices for March 6

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OIL AND GAS PRICES Oklahoma crude oil prices as of 5 p.m. Thursday: Oklahoma Sweet: Sunoco Inc. — $47.25 Oklahoma Sour: Sunoco Inc. — $35.25 Oklahoma oil and gas drilling activity posted Feb. 19: COMPLETION...

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