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    Oklahoma voters decide runoff elections and local questions Video included

    Updated: Aug 26, 2014 11:48 PM

    Voters across Oklahoma went to the polls and made their voices heard on a number of runoff elections and local questions.

    Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals Stays Execution

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    The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals has stayed the execution of a 26-year-old man convicted of hiring another person to kill his estranged, pregnant wife.

    Council Approves Streetcars for Oklahoma City

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    There may soon be a new way to get around downtown Oklahoma City.

    Duncan Community Comes Together to 'Turn the Tide'

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    Students, teachers and parents in the Duncan community are coming together to turn the tide Wednesday morning.

    Police Investigating Double Shooting in Lawton

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    Lawton Police are investigating a double shooting in the 2200 block of NW Hoover Avenue.

    Lawton man arrested after taking a gun into a bar Video included

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    A Lawton man is in jail after police say he brought a gun into a club.

    Stephens County Sheriff's Department gets budget increase Video included

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    While other local governments are struggling to reach budgets that are virtually unchanged from last year, Stephens County has approved a budget with a $1 million increase.

    Fort Sill to conduct annual disaster training Wednesday Video included

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    If you plan on driving onto Fort Sill Wednesday, officials say you may run into some traffic.

    Business women speak about gender inequality Video included

    Updated: Aug 26, 2014 07:26 PM

    According to a new study from wallethub.com, Oklahoma is ranked fifth in the country when it comes to issues of gender inequality.

    Health Department promotes Certified Healthy Oklahoma program Video included

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    The Comanche County Health Department is now accepting applications for the 'Certified Healthy Oklahoma' programs.

    Morales' defense continues their case Video included

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    The defense for Dr. Oscar Morales, charged with assault with a deadly weapon, continued their case Tuesday.

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    • UN panel: Crimes against humanity spread in Syria

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    • IMF chief Lagarde under investigation in France

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