Two bills at the Capitol could provide tax credit to IT graduates

Two bills at the Oklahoma Capitol would provide tax credit ranging from 1,800 to 2,200 dollars for I-T college graduates who choose to stay in Oklahoma.

Statue of Liberty climber won’t serve any prison time

As she stood before him with a white headband across her forehead scrawled with the phrase "I care!" he ordered her to perform 200 hours of community service and five years of probation, leading her attorney, Ron Kuby, to suggest the judge might be seeing a lot of them in the future.
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Facebook to overhaul ad targeting to prevent discrimination

For the social network, that's one major legal problem down, several to go, including government investigations in the U.S. and Europe over its data and privacy practices.

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  Oklahoma City Thunder’s Steven Adams visits OYE exhibitors

WFPD: Man arrested for threatening to kill officers

  Center for Creative Living holds Indian Taco fundraiser

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  Great Plains Tech. Center hosting job fair at Frederick Campus

The Senior Job Fair is set for next Wednesday, March 27th at Great Plains Technology Center Frederick Campus. It'll run from 9 until 11 AM. The event is free. And students from Frederick, Grandfield, Tipton and Snyder are all welcome to attend.
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  Officials: Air is safe near Houston-area petrochemical fire

The plume of smoke extended above 4,000 feet on Tuesday and was being carried away on the wind, so the fire is not affecting the surrounding neighborhoods, authorities say.

Man sent to hospital after hitting bridge west of Cache

  New Directions launches makeup drive to boost clients’ confidence

Authorities say 2 pilots killed in Oklahoma plane crash

Man who escaped Missouri jail, Oklahoma patrol car captured

  Deceased inmate identified, Allred Unit remains on lockdown

Wichita Falls city employee injured after vehicle falls on him

  Unsealed search warrant shows FBI was worried about IEDs, chemical warfare agents at west Lawton apartment

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  'It made me feel really sick’: Mother describes harassment by anti-vaccine activists

Parents who choose to vaccinate their kids say they’ve been subjected to online harassment from anti-vaccine advocates, who aren’t shy about spreading vaccine misinformation.

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Patriots owner Robert Kraft offered a plea deal in prostitution case - with a catch