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Oklahoma City dinner club disputes state health department order to close

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While the group operates in a seemingly professional environment and their patrons sit among visually comforting surroundings, Nani operates out of the bottom floor of the very home of some of its staff. In February, the state Health Department issued Nani a cease and desist order.

Teachers jam state Capitol to demand more support for public education

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Teachers waited in line at checkpoints to get in the building, filled the halls outside lawmakers’ offices and gathered outside with signs, including “It’s hard to race to the top, when you’re starting at 49th.” House committee stops bill on reporting teacher misconduct

National SAE leader disputes Boren's statement in now-deleted Facebook post

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SAE President Brad Cohen, a 1985 University of Arizona graduate, wrote that Boren’s statement that OU SAE members had learned the chant while on a national leadership conference cruise four years ago was “disgusting, one-sided and biased.”

Man accused of exposing himself at Bricktown movie theater

News | Published: Mon, Mar 30, 2015

Israel Guardiola Ramirez, 41, is accused of exposing himself inside Harkins Theatres while sitting next to a teenage girl, Oklahoma City police report.

Running back suspended for academic and team rules violations

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Oklahoma’s crowded running back field opened up a little bit Monday, when Sooners coach Bob Stoops announced junior running back Keith Ford has been suspended indefinitely for academic and team rules violations.

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Oklahoma's Internet access, speed lags nation

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Nearly half of all Oklahomans — and 89 percent of those in rural areas — lack access to internet speeds of 25 megabits per second for downloads and 3 Mbps for uploads.

Kingfisher County healthiest in Oklahoma, new information finds

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Information shows Kingfisher County is the healthiest out of Oklahoma’s 77 counties because of high employment rates and low risk of early death.

Oklahoma City Police's Citizens Advisory Board treads line between accountability, secrecy

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Early on a Saturday morning in February, members of the Oklahoma City Police Department’s Citizens Advisory Board gathered in a westside office building for one of their bimonthly meetings.

Oklahoma women who've had C-sections have options with second birth

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For many Oklahoma women, it has been difficult to find a physician who will perform a vaginal birth after women have had babies through cesarean section, birthing advocates say. Commonly referred to as VBACs, a vaginal birth after...

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