President Approves Disaster Declaration after Tornadoes in OK

Eight tornados left 3 dead and dozens injured. President Joe Biden approved a disaster declaration this week for parts of Oklahoma that were devastated by a number of…

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Storms Moving Through Midwest and South

The National Weather Service described the storm as a “life-threatening situation.”  UPDATE 03/31 8:31 PM EDT A tornado watch is in effect in the states of Illinois, Indiana,…

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Supreme Court Explores Reach of Industrial Part Trademarks

Parts makers argue they are not responsible for international infringements. The Supreme Court heard oral arguments for Abitron Austria GmbH v. Hetronic International, Inc. on Tuesday, where German-based…

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Pentagon Expediting Tanks, Patriot Systems for Ukraine 

Earlier delivery comes as the Russian spring offensive draws near.  The Defense Department announced this week that Abram tanks and Patriot missile systems for Ukraine are on track…

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Ukrainian Troops Begin Training in United States

They are learning to operate Patriot missile systems in Oklahoma. One hundred Ukrainian troops have arrived at the Fort Sill army base in Oklahoma to learn how to…

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HUD Announces $180 Million for Choice Neighborhood Grants

Secretary Fudge presents an award in Tulsa. On Thursday, Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Marcia Fudge announced the awarding of a total of $180 million in…

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National Weather Service Documents Record Heat Waves

Bureau issues heat warnings and advisories for 100 million people. The National Weather Service issued multiple heat advisories this week as a record-setting heat wave makes its way…

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Bill to Protect Interstate Abortion Travel Fails

The request for a unanimous vote in the Senate did not prevail.  Senators Patty Murray of Washington, Kristen Gillibrand of New York, and Catherine Cortez Masto of Nevada…

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Supreme Court Rules on State-Indigenous Sovereignty

Justice Brett Kavanaugh wrote the 5-4 opinion. On Wednesday, the U.S. Supreme Court released its ruling that states can prosecute non-Natives who commit crimes against Native Americans within…

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Build America Bureau Financing Rural Road Safety Projects

The funding will support eight Oklahoma counties’ infrastructure projects. The U.S. Department of Transportation has announced financing for 49 percent of the Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) Rural…

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