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OKLAHOMA CITY –State Rep. Daniel Pae (R-Lawton) announced today the approval of two of his interim study requests, covering renewable energy and criminal justice reform. 

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STERLING - An early morning accident, Sunday, July 14, sent two people to Comanche County Memorial Hospital with serious injuries after their truck plunged from a bridge, hit a fence,  rolled and came to rest in a creek.

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Even though the state’s revenue picture continues to improve, some state officials – and one area lawmaker – say the state must continue to plan for the next downturn by putting aside extra revenue and developing a plan for Medicaid expansion.

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LAWTON - Officials are seeking help from the public in locating an escaped inmate. A Lawton County Jail inmate, Marcus Tenequer, 21, reportedly fled from the Museum of the Great

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Though the Oklahoma Legislature increased funding to education, dramatically changed the way the governor oversees the executive branch and earmarked additional funding for health care, much more

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