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The Oklahoma Department of Public Safety, Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, and the District Attorneys Council, along with deputy chiefs from Oklahoma City and Tulsa, took part in a three-hour legislative working group meeting on Wednesday.

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Ex-teacher’s aide Arnold Cowen, accused of molesting multiple girls at an elementary school in Perry, is expected to accept a plea agreement Thursday during a scheduled pre-trial conference. Prosecutors have asked parents of the girls who accused the 86-year-old Cowen of fondling them to bring victim impact statements and prepare to read them.

A principal and a teacher accused of promptly failing to report molestation accusations will appear in court Thursday during hearings to determine if the judge in the case should recuse himself.

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The attorneys who once defended convicted Oklahoma City bombing conspirator Terry Nichols have filed to run for public office this year.

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Recent disclosures by Oklahoma City bombing conspirator

Terry Nichols that he helped

Timothy McVeigh build a bomb

that destroyed the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building on April 19,

1995, support more than ever the

government's proof in the case.

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A California Republican

who wants congressional hearings to look into

possible involvement of foreign agents and others in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing says

he expects to have a meeting soon with convicted bomber Terry Nichols.

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