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Gordon president D. Michael Lindsay was among 14 religious leaders who wrote to the White House requesting an exemption to an executive order prohibiting federal contractors from discriminating in their hiring based on sexual orientation or gender identity.
A HOUSING PROGRAM IS GIVING ROOM TO SUMMER KIDS WORKING HERE IN THE METRO. Reporter: COLLEGE JUNIOR HESITATED BRIEFLY BEFORE SHE ACCEPTED THIS SUMMER INTERNSHIP WITH THE OKLAHOMA MEDICAL RESEARCH FOUNDATION.
As hundreds of immigrant children stay at a temporary shelter at the Fort Sill Army Post near Lawton, some Oklahoma leaders say they are concerned a broad agreement on the nation's immigration policy won't be reached this year.
WATER. CAME OUT HERE YESTERDAY AND IT FELT PRETTY NICE. TODAY, MUCH HOTTER. THE WEEKEND GETS WORSE.
A prison execution chamber. A judge has rejected a bid to postpone the July 23 execution of an Arizona death row prisoner.
Legislators plan to examine everything from lethal injection alternatives to better monitoring of prescription drugs in interim studies approved Friday.
In this Aug. 16, 2012, file photo, mosquitos are sorted at the Dallas County mosquito lab in Dallas.
Officials say the bomb threats came in around 10 a.m. directly to the switchboards at the Lexington Assessment and Reception Center and the Joseph Harp Correctional Center.
"The higher education community in Oklahoma is saddened today with the passing of former Chancellor Paul Risser," Chancellor Glen Johnson said.
The "earned credit" early release policy that freed a prisoner who Tulsa police say went on a rape spree is nothing new, a corrections official said Thursday.
Injection wells used to dispose of wastewater from oil and gas drilling are causing earthquakes that may place public safety at risk, researchers are increasingly warning.
Oklahoma officials are taking a second look at confidentiality agreements signed with railroads preventing disclosure of information to the public about shipments of oil from the fast-growing Bakken shale formation.
Oklahoma authorities are searching for a body in a LeFlore County lake, according to Captain George Brown with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
A man who confessed to the rape and murder of an 11-year-old girl was executed by lethal injection on Thursday, the Florida Department of Corrections said.
Thunderstorms producing heavy rain with lots of lightning moved across the Tulsa area Thursday morning.
This year's first case of West Nile virus in the state has been confirmed in Major County in northwest Oklahoma, the state Health Department reported Thursday.
Updated: Sun Jul 13, 2014 03:18 am
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