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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The Oklahoma Legislature wrapped up its 2020 session on Friday after approving a resolution that calls for sweeping powers granted to the governor under a health emergency to expire at the end of the month.

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OKLAHOMA CITY – The second regular session of the 57th Oklahoma Legislature adjourned sine die last Friday, a session historic for its fight between the governor and the legislature, a record number of veto overrides, an ongoing battle against the COVID-19 pandemic and a catastro

State-Tribal Gaming Compact Dispute

OKLAHOMA CITY — In dueling motions for summary judgment filed Friday afternoon, attorneys for the state of Oklahoma and nine tribes laid out why their clients’ interpretation of the model state-tribal gaming compact is the correct one.

Marriage license

 LAWTON – The coronavirus pandemic has prompted modification of marriage license application procedures at the Comanche County Court Clerk’s office. For one thing, “We will issue marriage licenses only to Comanche County residents and to Fort Sill Arm

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FLETCHER - A murder suspect was apprehended in Fletcher Wednesday, May 27, after officials say he was reported for knocking on neighborhood doors and acting suspicious.

Ryland Rhoads is shown placing flags on military graves at the Fort Sill National Cemetery on Saturday, May 23 in honor of Memorial Day. Elgin Middle School Student Council members and their families were among the many volunteers.

ELGIN - Thousands of U.S. flags dotted Fort Sill National Cemetery gravesites Memorial Day weekend to honor the dead who served in the military thanks to retired Lawton Police Department employee Kurt Short.