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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.

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.

Michael Behenna: Once-imprisoned soldier looks ahead to his future

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Four months after his release from U.S. Disciplinary Barracks at Fort Leavenworth, Michael Behenna is beginning his new life as a ranch hand in Medford.



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

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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...

Oklahomans in the NFL: Oklahoma State players in NFL camps

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Oklahoma State players in NFL camps K Dan Bailey (Dallas): The only thing missing from a three-year resume is a long overdue spot in the Pro Bowl. The Southwest Covenant...

Oklahomans in the NFL: OU players in NFL camps

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OU players in NFL camps DE Frank Alexander (Carolina): The 2012 fourth-round pick has been a backup in the Panthers’ defensive line rotation the past two seasons. Alexander has compiled 33 tackles...

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

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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...

Oklahoma City RedHawks: Hawks rally in ninth inning, beat Nashville to stop skid

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

The RedHawks (54-56) have struggled offensively since the recent promotions of Marc Krauss and Gregorio Petit to the Houston Astros. It appeared the Hawks would lose again Sunday, but an...

Oklahomans in the NFL: Okies in NFL training camps

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Other players with state ties in the NFL TULSA QB G.J. Kinne (Philadelphia): The former Conference USA Offensive Player of the Year will attend his third NFL camp after...




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