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Oklahoma man's 147-pound paddlefish believed to be a world record
Wildlife officials in Oklahoma said an angler broke a state record — and possibly a world record — when he reeled in a paddlefish weighing nearly 147 pounds.
Three dead in Oklahoma Walmart shooting: US media
Three people were killed in a shooting early Monday at a Walmart store in Duncan, Oklahoma, local media reported citing the state's highway patrol and local police.
Landmark US opioid trial begins in Oklahoma
The first civil trial that could hold a drug company responsible for the US opioid epidemic began Tuesday in Oklahoma — a landmark case that could impact thousands of others like it.
3 children injured as Oklahoma police shot suspect
Three children were injured in a police shooting in the US state of Oklahoma when an officer fired at a man in a truck who was suspected of robbing a restaurant earlier in the month, according to state investigators.
Police: Three children shot as Oklahoma police fire at suspect
Three children were wounded in a police shooting on Friday in Oklahoma when an officer fired at a man in a truck who was suspected of robbing a restaurant earlier in the month, according to state investigators.
US state Oklahoma says it will use nitrogen gas for prisoner executions
After trying unsuccessfully for months to obtain lethal injection drugs, Oklahoma officials said they plan to use nitrogen gas to execute inmates once the state resumes using the death penalty.
Funeral held for black man killed by police in Oklahoma
Hundreds of mourners have held a funeral ceremony in Tulsa, Oklahoma, for unarmed African American man who was fatally shot by a white female police officer.
2016 Oklahoma Book Awards' winners announced
An autobiography by a first-time African-American author from Stillwater won the top prize in the young adult category at the 2016 Oklahoma Book Awards.
University of Oklahoma fraternity closed after video of racist chant
Sigma Alpha Epsilon's national headquarters closed its chapter at the University of Oklahoma Sunday after a video emerged purportedly showing members of the chapter singing a racist chant.
Oklahoma executes a man nine months after failure
The state of Oklahoma has performed its first execution almost nine months after a botched execution raised serious questions about the controversial practice in the United States.

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