The barracks at Fort Sill in Lawton where more than 1,000 immigrant minors are housed. Children sleep in dorms, participate in activities, and do school work in the building. PROVIDED

More unaccompanied minors heading to Fort Sill?

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Oklahoma Rep. Tom Cole has criticized a request by the Obama administration that domestic military bases host more incoming immigrant children for longer periods of time. Fort Sill media tour comes with heavy restrictions

Dorman blasts "Fal-esi" education program

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Democratic gubernatorial candidate Joe Dorman announced the "first phase" of his education program on Thursday.

Edmond's Scott Verplank has 'fairly embarrassing' first round at US Senior Open

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Scott Verplank shot a 4-over 75 Thursday in the opening round. He double-bogeyed three holes. He practically duffed a tee shot and only made one birdie.

Garth is back

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The Oklahoma country music superstar on Thursday announced a new record deal and album, along with plans for a world tour and a long-awaited foray into digital music.

OKC Thunder: Is Tibor Pleiss coming to the NBA this season?

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Is overseas Thunder prospect Tibor Pleiss coming stateside this upcoming season? The president of Pleiss’ club in Spain says he is, whether it’s with the Thunder or someone else.

Oklahoma City Public Schools settles racial discrimination case

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Oklahoma City Public Schools reached a settlement with a former district worker who alleged racial discrimination and retaliation by a top academic administrator, court documents show.

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Oklahoma Sen. Jim Inhofe announces deal to save program for rural fire departments

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A Defense Department agency says it will continue to make surplus equipment available to rural firefighters, but Sen. Jim Inhofe says the modified arrangement will mean more red tape for Oklahoma’s fire departments.

Fire caused by lightning burns 9,521-square-foot mansion in north Oklahoma City

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The home’s residents, two adults and five children, escaped safely, Oklahoma City fire Deputy Chief Marc Woodard said.

Early July brings withering heat to Oklahoma City metro area

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If you drive past an Oklahoma City utility crew in the next few days, you might notice a few workers sitting in the shade, sipping bottles of water. Don’t worry. That’s what they’re supposed to be doing.

Death can't part Holdenville couple's long-lasting love

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Barbara and Bob Pettis, of Holdenville, Oklahoma, had a bond so strong, even death couldn’t seem to part the married couple of 63 years.



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