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Under pressure from the wind-power industry, the Obama administration said Friday that it will allow companies to kill or injure eagles without the fear of prosecution for up to three decades.

Rebuilding in Moore supplied the standout stats in the Oklahoma City metro-area housing again in October as the market

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and the community as a whole

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continued to recover from the May tornadoes.

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The Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Open comes to the Arkansas River this week.

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Last year, an elderly Sapulpa woman went to a city council committee meeting, sack full of firework debris in hand, and said she was scared to death after fireworks landed on her roof during the city's Fourth of July festivities.

Check out where to see fireworks in Tulsa.

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U.S. builders started more houses and apartments in February, while requesting permits for future construction at the fastest pace in 4 1/2 years. The increases point to a housing recovery that is gaining strength.

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Amid highly publicized mass shootings, talk of the end of days and a presidential election, the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation issued 39,875 concealed-carry permits last year, the highest total ever recorded in the state.

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U.S. builders broke ground on slightly fewer homes in July than June. But in a hopeful sign for future construction, applications for building permits rose to their highest level since August 2008.

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Marco Rubio is everywhere. With a couple of exceptions, it's hard to think of an elected official today who is more talked about, generates more headlines, or more thoroughly captures the imagination.

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U.S. builders started work on more single-family homes in May and requested the most permits to build homes and apartments in 3 1/2 years. The increase suggests the housing market is slowly recovering even as other areas of the economy have weakened.

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A measure of future U.S. economic activity fell in April after six months of increases. The drop reflected fewer requests for building permits and a temporary spike in applications for unemployment benefits.

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The number of permits filed to construct single-family homes in the city of Tulsa fell nearly 62 percent between January 2007 and mid-December 2011, a Tulsa World analysis shows.

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The federal government built Memorial Acres with the precision of Arlington Cemetery: row after row of identical white trailers, evenly spaced and perfectly aligned, not one blade of grass out of place.

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