SLIDESHOW: 10 most popular Halloween costumes of 2012
Get the best costume ideas of the year with Party City's list of the top trends of 2012.
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Military plans would put women in most combat jobs
Women may be able to start training as Army Rangers by mid-2015 and as Navy SEALs a year later.
Lucas, Coburn discuss farm bill
"It's farm bill, farm bill, farm bill for me these days."
—U.S. Rep. Frank Lucas
First Father’s Day
Four Enid-area dads talk about their new offspring
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New 74,000-square-foot Enid Event Center is opened for public viewing
Former Mayor John Criner, who was mayor during the early phases of construction, called the building beautiful. “This will bring a lot of people to Enid,” he said. << PHOTO slideshow and VIDEO of Event Center grand opening, T.J. Maxx announcement are embedded
FAA investigating cause of EagleMed helicopter crash
The crash is the third involving an EagleMed helicopter in Oklahoma since 2010.
Court: Man can challenge Oklahoma 'rain god' plate
Diane Clay, a spokeswoman for Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt's office which is defending the lawsuit, said in a statement that the appeals court's decision presents another opportunity to review the case.
Senate passes farm bill, moving debate to House
Conservatives calling for an overhaul of the domestic food aid program will try to trim the nation's nearly $80 billion grocery bill when the House weighs in on farm legislation in a few weeks. The Senate overwhelmingly voted Monday to expand subsidies for crop insurance and make small cuts to food stamps in a five-year, half-trillion dollar measure.
Searchers look for man in Deep Fork River
Witnesses reported a 28-year-old male had been drinking and jumped into the river and disappeared.
Some landowners band together, unhappy with Hiland pipeline deals
Hiland Crude LLC doesn’t have to reroute. The state’s eminent domain laws give the company the authority to condemn Foy’s land if the two parties fail to negotiate an agreement.
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