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Data from 2022 found that Oklahoma is among 22 states with a prevalence above 35%, trailing only Louisiana and West Virginia at 40.1 and 41%, respectively.
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Osage Wind LLC was back in federal court to revisit some of the same issues argued before the 10th Circuit six years ago. Osage Minerals Council and the U.S. government contend the company continues to trespass and should be liable. Osage Wind says tearing down all 84 wind turbines would be too costly.
Local headlines for Wednesday, September 27, 2023
Food waste takes up space in landfills and produces methane, a powerful greenhouse gas that contributes to climate change. Composting that waste can reduce climate impacts and save municipalities money on landfill fees, but concerns about bad smells and pests sometimes get in the way.
Principal Chief David Hill and Second Chief Del Beaver received more than 50% of the vote in this month's primary. A second term will mean both will secure their legacy as leaders who implemented policy in the wake of the landmark McGirt v. Oklahoma decision.
Southeast Oklahoma contractor accused of exposing employees to hazardous work conditions, leading to deathA contractor in Southeast Oklahoma is being accused of exposing employees to a hazardous work environment by the U.S. Department of Labor.
Local headlines for Tuesday, September 26, 2023
Oklahoma, Cleveland and Canadian County residents will soon have access to a new insurance policy combining traditional health coverage and access to direct primary care.
Stitt is creating a task force on artificial intelligence to identify how it can be used to make government more efficient and improve education.
The Senate voted 77 to 19 to start the process for considering a stop-gap spending bill with funding for Ukraine and disaster relief. Even if the Senate is able to pass it, House action is unclear.
An oil geyser spouted in northwest Oklahoma City on Monday. The spill is contained and officials said clean up should be quick.
The composer and multi-instrumentalist from El Reno, Okla., played blues, bebop, big-band music and free jazz — and sometimes a mix of everything. Rivers also gave other musicians a place to play.
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