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Oklahoma woman dies in apparent pit bull attack, deputies say

OSAGE COUNTY, Okla. — An Oklahoma woman is dead after she was apparently attacked by pit bulls while house-sitting, authorities said. According to the Pawhuska Journal-Capital, the incident occurred Saturday at a home near Skiatook. The Osage County Sheriff’s Office said deputies responded to the home for a welfare check and arrived to find Rebecca McCurdy, 28, dead in the garage, the newspaper reported.
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Oklahoma governor's race up to five candidates

(The Center Square) – Two additional candidates have filed to run for Oklahoma governor in the 2022 election, bringing the current field to five. Incumbent Republican Kevin Stitt, who won a first term in 2018 with 54.3% of the vote, is being challenged by Paul Tay, an independent from Tulsa; Natalie Bruno, a Libertarian from Edmond; Connie Johnson, a Democrat from Oklahoma City; and Ervin Yen, a Republican from Oklahoma City.
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Oklahoma expert explains changes in federal government's child tax credit

OKLAHOMA CITY — Most Oklahoma families with children have hundreds, even thousands, of extra dollars heading their way this year. But many people might not realize it. The federal child tax credit is rarely given the attention it deserves, but never more so than this year as the government increases the payment. The government also is starting those payments early and making more families eligible.
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Dallas Father Drowns In Oklahoma Lake Saving His Son

DALLAS (WBAP/KLIF News) – A Dallas family is heartbroken after what was supposed to be a Father’s Day celebration turned into a tragedy. 47-year-old Carlos Lomas Sr. drowned while trying to save his son who was struggling while swimming in Broken Bow Lake in McCurtain County, Oklahoma on Sunday. Oklahoma...
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Lucky Star: Six Oklahoma casinos hit by ransomware

CONCHO, Okla. (KFOR) – Lucky Star officials say they have contacted the FBI to investigate as multiple Oklahoma casinos get hit with a cyber-crime attack. The lights are down at the Lucky Star Casino in Concho, one of six tribal casinos in western Oklahoma to be hacked. “The money is...