Apr 1, 2013
New York river sludge winds up in Oklahoma
Oklahoma legislative panel approves a measure that would allow a hazardous waste facility in northwestern Oklahoma to charge a certain fee for the nonhazardous waste sludge from the Hudson River.
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Some OK Families Still Without Power Due To Winter Storm
More than a week after a winter storm knocked out power in several small towns from Okeene to Fairview, some families were still waiting for the lights to come back on.
Electricity restored in Kingfisher and Geary, Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority reports
Service is still out to Fairview, Wyanoka, Okeene and Goltry, with a total number of 4,919 customers affected, he said.
Blizzard wreaks havoc on Midwest
Another major snowstorm pummeled parts of the Midwest on Monday and Tuesday, killing at least three people, cutting power to thousands and affecting 45 million people in 21 states at one point.
2 die in Oklahoma wrecks
Burger was driving about 8:20 p.m. Monday on Coltrane Road just south of 15th Street when his vehicle left the road, struck some trees and rolled into a ditch, Edmond police spokeswoman Jennifer Monroe said.