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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’
Hackers compromise AP Twitter account
The Dow fell about 143 points, from 14,697 to 14,554, after the fake Twitter posting, and then quickly recovered.
Oklahoma Muslims fret about anti-Islamic rhetoric
“It’s just to educate the legislators on the capabilities of terrorists and predominantly those ones who could have organizations here in our state that might have the opportunity to provide assets or resources for terrorist activities. We’re not a law enforcement arm. We’re not going to be out there kicking in doors, as much as I’d like to.”
—Rep. John Bennett, R-Sallisaw
Boston Marathon bombing suspect is charged
The charges represented a decision by the Obama administration to prosecute him in the federal court system instead of trying him as an enemy combatant in front of a military tribunal. Under the military system, defendants are not afforded some of the usual U.S. constitutional protections.
Calamity costs rise with population increase
This story is the first in a five-part series that examines the state of disaster preparedness across the country.
State Medicaid option won’t be ready this year
Gov. Mary Fallin and the Oklahoma Health Care Authority have been seeking ways to extend health coverage since shortly after Fallin rejected the Affordable Care Act’s Medicaid expansion last November.
Across America, a week of chaos, horror and hope
"All in all it's been a tough week. But we've seen the character of our country once more." — President Barack Obama
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