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2 more victims found after shooting at Oklahoma homecoming

Authorities say they've found two more victims who were wounded in a shooting at an Oklahoma high school football homecoming game.

Woman convicted of killing a woman to take her unborn baby

A Texas woman has been convicted of capital murder for killing a pregnant woman to take her unborn baby.

EXPLAINER: Favre, other sports figures in welfare fraud case

Mississippi’s largest public corruption case in state history involves tens of millions of misspent dollars earmarked for needy families.

1 teen killed, 1 wounded in Tulsa homecoming game shooting

Police say a teenager was killed and another was wounded in a shooting at a high school homecoming football game in Oklahoma Friday night.

House OKs bill to avert government shutdown, aid Ukraine

The Democratic-led House passed a short-term spending bill on Friday that finances the federal government through mid-December and provides another infusion of military and economic aid to Ukraine as lawmakers acted to avert a partial government shutdown set to begin after midnight.

Missouri health executives plead guilty in widespread fraud

Federal prosecutors say two former executives of a Missouri-based health nonprofit pleaded guilty for their roles in a corruption scheme that involved several Arkansas officials.

Tulsa prosecutor recovering after being stabbed by daughter

An Oklahoma prosecutor who is recovering after being stabbed by his adult daughter is calling on state lawmakers for more funding for mental health services.

OU Health ceasing some gender care after funds threatened

The University of Oklahoma Medical Center says it is ceasing some gender- affirming treatments after state lawmakers threatened to withhold millions of dollars in federal funding.

Oklahoma panel rejects clemency for man in baby's killing

Oklahoma's Pardon and Parole Board has denied clemency for a man sentenced to die for killing his 9-month-old daughter in 2002.

Heavy crane topples onto downtown Oklahoma City building

Officials said a 60-ton crane being used to remove a video display board from a downtown Oklahoma City building toppled onto the building that houses several news offices.

Staffing shortages, violence plague Oklahoma prisons

With one of the highest incarceration rates in the country, Oklahoma has struggled for decades to properly staff its prisons.

Ex-cop acquitted of murder in shooting in small Texas town

A former police officer has been acquitted of murder in the slaying of a Black man in their small Texas town.

Recreational marijuana measure OK’d for Arkansas ballot

The Arkansas Supreme Court says voters can decide this fall whether to legalize recreational marijuana.

Oklahoma court: Weed question won't make November ballot

The Oklahoma Supreme Court says a proposed state question on whether to legalize the recreational use of marijuana won't appear on the November ballot.

The Muscogee get their say in national park plan for Georgia

Hundreds of Native Americans returned to their historic capital in Macon, Georgia, this weekend for the 30th annual Ocmulgee Indigenous Celebration.

58 bison relocated from Grand Canyon National Park North Rim

Wildlife managers at Grand Canyon National Park say 58 bison have been successfully relocated from the North Rim.

Oklahoma officers fatally shoot man after slow-speed pursuit

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is investigating the fatal shooting of a man by a law enforcement officer in western Oklahoma.

Oklahoma deputy shoots, kills man after mental health call

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is looking into the fatal shooting of a man by a sheriff's deputy in Garfield County who was responding to a mental-health call.