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Wednesday Evening Froecast 7-31-13

Discussion and Forecast:A gradual warming trend will continue as southerly flow returns tothe area...with some of the southwest counties reaching highs in the100s by Friday. An upper level ridge positioned over Texas willkeep the area free of precipitation for the most part.However...if there is any Full story

Pfizer to return $700,000 to Okla. health care

Pfizer Inc. has agreed to pay almost $491 million to settle allegations it illegally marketed an organ transplant drug and will return more than $27 million to state health care programs, including about $700,000 to Oklahoma, a prosecutor said Tuesday. Full story

IRS seeks information about Norway bank accounts

Federal courts in Oklahoma and several other states have authorized the Internal Revenue Service to gather information from financial institutions in those states about people who have used certain credit or debit cards in Norway. Full story

SC family court holding hearing in adoption case

It's now up to a South Carolina judge to consider how to transfer a girl of Cherokee heritage from her biological father in Oklahoma to the couple seeking to adopt her. Full story

Okla. Lottery proceeds top projections by $12M

The head of the Oklahoma Lottery says proceeds for education exceeded projections by $12 million during the fiscal year that ended June 30. Full story

Potentially Dangerous "Kissing Bugs" Expanding from Texas to Oklahoma

(KFOR)   Experts say with a changing climate, Oklahoma could be hearing a lot more about the kissing bug. They used to be limited to South America and then Mexico but now, they've arrived in Texas.Amanda Franson had never heard or seen of the Kissing bug, also known as the Assassin bug. When I showe Full story

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Wednesday hearing set in SC adoption dispute

CFT: Sooners to extend Stoops’ contract through 2020

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Frederick Open Hangar Day to Take Off Saturday

Tulsa may rename landmarks that honor Klan member

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  Vandals dump yellow dye in family swimming pool

An Oklahoma family’s backyard swimming pool is an unusable hazard after vandalsdumped in chemicals, turning the water a brilliant yellow. KFOR’s Bree Steffen reports.

  Man accused of drowning ducks in acid

Oklahoma man accused of drowning ducks in acid because he was upset with his mother. KFOR's Adam Mertz reports.

  Boy dies after falling off July 4 float

A boy died in Edmond, Okla., after falling off of a flatbed trailer and being run over by the float, driven by his father.

  Devastation in Oklahoma: An NBC News Special

  Moore still rebuilding one month after Okla. tornado

KFOR’s Ashley Kringen takes a look at the progress the community of Moore is making one month after the deadly tornado that killed scores.

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