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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.
TSA agents stop Chewbacca actor over light saber
Attempts to contact "Star Wars" franchise actor Peter Mayhew, 69, for comment — or roar — were not immediately successful.
After storm deaths, search on for perfect warning
Some experts, though, acknowledge there is debate about whether there can be too much advance warning of tornado strike, and if this could lead people to take foolish risks such as trying to dart across town to pick up a loved one or taking to the open road to try to outrun a violent storm.
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Drowning doesn't look like drowning
Drowning is not the violent, splashing call for help that most people expect. There is very little splashing, no waving, and no yelling or calls for help of any kind.
Keeping them wild: Review says fertility drugs better than roundups
"The goal would be to manage horses better on the range so that any numbers that would be taken off would be matched with the adoption demand, which is not the current case."
Storms cause power outages; more could be on the horizon
“If the sun comes out, it will destabilize enough to put us on the borderline for severe weather. If that happens, large hail, damaging winds and heavy rainfall will be our main threats."
—Mike Honigsberg, certified director of Enid/Garfield County Emergency Management
Tornado-related claims already top $250M in Oklahoma
More than 32,400 insurance claims were filed since May 19, including nearly 14,000 homeowner claims, 17,000 auto claims and 724 commercial property claims.
El Reno twister top-of-scale EF5, widest ever recorded
The weather service initially rated the Friday tornado that hit El Reno as an EF3. But the agency upgraded the ranking Tuesday after surveying damage.
Indiana native seeks answers in storm chasers' deaths
Man plans to examine the data collected from the TWISTEX team and try to digitally re-create what happened in the storm that killed his friends.
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