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Courts issue conflicting decisions on key challenges to Obamacare

News | Published: Tue, Jul 22, 2014 | Comment on this article Leave a comment

Issue over tax subsidies may ultimately be decided by U.S. Supreme Court. White House says there is no immediate impact on millions of Americans — including an estimated 55,000 Oklahomans — who will receive subsidies to purchase health insurance.

Midwest City police look for man accused of animal cruelty

News | Updated: 11 hr ago

MIDWEST CITY — Authorities are on the lookout for a man charged with animal cruelty after a pair of emaciated dogs were found abandoned in a Midwest City apartment.

Nick Saban 'had to convince team' to play in 'consolation game' against Sooners

Sports | Published: Tue, Jul 22, 2014 | Comment on this article Leave a comment

Maybe Shawn Oakman wasn’t all wrong. Maybe Alabama doesn’t care about non-National Championship bowl games. Stoops: 'You can make all the excuses you want'

Without Medicaid expansion, many Oklahomans with mental health issues will go untreated, experts say

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An estimated 122,000 Oklahomans with mental health issues who would have qualified for Medicaid in Oklahoma if the program were expanded to include more low-income adults, according to a report from the American Mental Health Counselors Association.

Sand plum season is here in Oklahoma

Life | Published: Wed, Jul 23, 2014 | Comment on this article Leave a comment

Oklahoma sand plum jelly is a sweet taste of summer that practically melts into a syrup on hot biscuits, but with a flavor all its own. More Food



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Religious fundamentalists settle in the Oklahoma Panhandle

News | Updated: Mon, Jul 21, 2014 | Comments Comment on this article Leave a comment

Newcomers in Boise City are prompting fear among some residents while others condemn what they consider a modern-day witch hunt.

Teacher shortage to greet Oklahoma City students when school opens in August

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Between now and the start of school Aug. 4, Oklahoma City Public Schools is reaching out to retirees and recent college graduates to fill 148 teacher vacancies in the school district, including 35 special education teachers.

Report ranks Oklahoma 39th in well-being of its children

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Oklahoma slipped three notches from last year and now ranks 39th among the 50 states for the overall well-being of its children, according to the 2014 edition of KIDS COUNT, a report compiled by the Annie E. Casey Foundation of Baltimore.

Oklahoma City's Memorial Park is getting a makeover

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Memorial Park, along Classen Boulevard at NW 36 in Oklahoma City, is receiving a $1.8 million makeover intended to restore its former majesty.




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