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Oklahoma state Treasurer Ken Miller, seen in this AP file photo, gestures during a news conference in Oklahoma City, Tuesday, April 3. Miller, who holds a doctorate in economics, has expressed confusion over the state income tax reduction passed in the last legislative session. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)

'Clear as mud'

News | Published: Mon, Jul 28, 2014 | Comment on this article Leave a comment

The status of a state income tax reduction measure that is often pointed to as one of the state Legislature's top recent accomplishments is fraught with uncertainty, prompting state treasurer Ken Miller to express his own confusion over the measure.

101-year-old panoramic photo shows different downtown Oklahoma City

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The photo, kept sealed for 100 years in the Century Chest at First Lutheran Church, was not seen by the public until it was put on display earlier this year.

Tramel: Did OU fail Joe Mixon?

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Brent Clark is a Norman attorney, OU football historian and a former NCAA investigator. He’s also a friend of mine and he sent me an interesting take on the Joe Mixon situation.

Fallin sends letter to White House to complain about program for children from Central America

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Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin sent a letter to the White House Monday complaining about an operation at Fort Sill that is caring for minor children from Central America who have crossed the U.S. border illegally.

Federal judge to decide if FBI must search further for surveillance video of Oklahoma City bombing

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The feds say that the requested video doesn’t exist.


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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.

Sulphur hero dies in traffic collision just weeks after saving young woman from burning car

News | Updated: Sat, Jul 26, 2014

The community of Sulphur has been touched by the death of Rally Beam, a high school senior. Weeks earlier, he was called a hero for pulling a Davis girl from her car moments before it was engulfed in flames.

Can journalism interns get out of EscapeOKC by deadline?

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Escape OKC gives a participants a video game experience without a screen.

Oklahoma City mobile boutique takes fashion to the streets

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Cargo Room business allows owner to tow the store to different locations in Oklahoma City.



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