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Health care coverage option drafted at state Capitol
A group of Republican lawmakers has developed an alternative plan to provide health coverage to uninsured Oklahomans.
Unable to locate suspect
Search held for man who may have brandished a gun at employees of a powerline service company.
UPDATE: Officers call off manhunt for suspect
At around 2 p.m., police tightened the perimeter north of Market Street. Just after 3 p.m., officers shut down their command post and called off the manhunt.
Surviving suicide: Local task force works to eliminate suicide
Garfield County Suicide Prevention Task Force is focused on eliminating suicide in the county by educating the community, increasing awareness, decreasing the stigma and providing support and resources.
Anyone witnessing these behaviors should call 911 or a mental health provider. Also available are trained personnel at the national suicide prevention hotline at (800) 273-TALK (8255)
Possible 9/11 plane landing gear part found in NYC
"It's a manifestation of a horrific terrorist act a block and a half away from where we stand. So, sure, it brings back terrible memories to anyone who was here or who was involved in that event." — New York Police Department Commissioner Raymond Kelly
Thunder's Westbrook out, needs knee surgery
The Thunder announced the injury Friday and said Westbrook would have surgery "in the coming days." The team did not give a timeline for his return. Thunder will play Houston in Game 3 of the playoff series on Saturday night. VIDEO OF INJURY
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Oklahoma House resurrects bill to arm school teachers
The author of the proposal, Sapulpa Republican Rep. Mark McCullough, attached the proposal as an amendment Thursday to a separate bill. The House voted 47-24 to accept the amendment.
VIDEO: Stephen Jones says Boston bomber suspect has good defense team
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is charged with using and conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction in the bombing attack during the Boston Marathon. Enid, Okla., attorney, and lawyer for Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh, also charged with use of a weapon of mass destruction, spoke with the AP.Click the headline to see what OKC bomber attorney has to say ...
Sen. Anderson, Fallin at odds over NORCE closing process
Governor: GOP lawmaker terrifying with ‘over-the-top rhetoric’
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