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Oklahoma court upholds negligent homicide conviction
Richard Allen House II argued a blood test showing marijuana in his system after the collision and police diagrams of the scene of the accident should not have been admitted as evidence during his trial.
House panel OKs farm bill with food stamp cuts
House Agriculture Committee Chairman Frank Lucas, R-Okla., will have to appease all sides as he tries to push the farm bill through for the third year in a row, balancing calls from House conservatives to cut the program with Senate Democrats who are reluctant to touch it.
Expanding: Koch investing $1 billion in Enid
Officials are expecting up to 800 new construction jobs and 20 to 30 new permanent employees for the plant.
DOD to furlough 680,000 civilian employees
The furloughs will affect all 251 civilian Department of Defense employees at Vance Air Force Base, a base spokesman said Tuesday.
City eyes new fire station
Lions Park on West Maine may be new location to replace aging West Garriott fire house.
Obama slams IRS targeting, defends Libya effort
The president was dogged by the persisting political controversies as he tended to diplomatic duties during a visit with British Prime Minister David Cameron.
Siren test scheduled for noon Monday
The sirens will run about one minute then shut down.
Storm spotters share tales of tracking wild weather.
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Data driven: The varying prices of Oklahoma hospitals
SEE WHAT ENID HOSPITALS CHARGE FOR MEDICAID SERVICES AND TYPICAL REIMBURSEMENTS.
<<Rick Snyder, a vice president at the Oklahoma Hospital Association, said, “Hospitals use different approaches to setting their charges.” He added that hospitals rarely get from Medicare the full amount charged.
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