Drought in West spurs prayers
BERNALILLO, N.M. — Along the irrigation canal that cuts through this centuries-old New Mexico town, a small group of churchgoers gathers to recite the rosary before tossing rose petals into the water....
Snow falls in May
OKLAHOMA CITY — The green lawn around Linda Blackwood’s Adair County house was white Friday morning after an unusual late-season snowfall swept across northeastern Oklahoma....
Arrest made in 1992 cold case
OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma authorities said Thursday that bodies found last month in a hole initially dug for a septic tank were likely those of three females missing since 1992 and that police had arrested a man who sprinkled black pepper ...
Reps want testing halt
OKLAHOMA CITY — Some state legislators called for a moratorium on public school testing Wednesday after a number of computer glitches were reported by state education officials....
Battles rage over tobacco measures
OKLAHOMA CITY — Battles over the regulation of tobacco products are continuing to rage at the Oklahoma Capitol, and anti-smoking forces plan to continue the fight after the Legislature adjourns by seeking a statewide vote on restricting ...
Edmond man, Fairfax woman win marathon
OKLAHOMA CITY — An Edmond man and a Fairfax woman are the winners of the 13th annual Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon....
Tulsa weighing 2024 summer Olympic bid
TULSA — Buoyed by its success hosting a major fishing tournament this winter, Oklahoma’s second-largest city is now dreaming of something faster, higher, stronger: the 2024 Summer Olympics....
Boston runners to compete in OKC Memorial Marathon
OKLAHOMA CITY — Michael Smith was waiting near the finish line of the Boston Marathon when the bombs exploded and stopped his wife from completing the race....
Okla. lawmakers feeling left out of budget process
OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma Republican officials are keeping a tight lid on who would get how much money under next year’s state budget proposal, and several legislators — Democrat and Republican alike — are complaining they haven’t been ...
Consumer-driven health plan suggested
OKLAHOMA CITY — Officials in Oklahoma say there are no plans to move Oklahoma workers to an insurance exchange....
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