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Updated at 10:24 AM

Governments that make money this way penalize women for their biology, some say. That perspective has picked up momentum, with at least five U.S. states dumping taxes on such products. But the Utah proposal could face a steep challenge, as some worry that eliminating the sales tax will put a dent in state revenue streams.

Updated at 9:37 AM

The New Hampshire primary election, coming right after the Iowa caucuses, has provided some clarification to the 2016 presidential contest. On the Republican side, Donald Trump has fresh momentum, after coming in second in Iowa. For Democrats, Sen.

Updated at 9:18 AM

Yes, the warm weather will return ... eventually. And in the meantime, you can keep yourself busy and happy dreaming of balmy days and evenings outdoors. If your summer vacation plans include a new patio, do your homework now. That way, youíll be...

Updated at 9:04 AM

When Iím in the mood to be traumatized, I usually just go bathing suit shopping. Jeans shopping runs a close second. But when I really want to be both traumatized and insulted, I can always count on the ladies at the makeup counter of the...

Updated at 8:19 AM

MANCHESTER, New Hampshire — Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) was pleased with his results in the Tuesday-night New Hampshire primary.

Posted at 8:15 AM

Alligators have been used as shoes, briefcases, university mascots, lunch and now, authorities in Florida say, a deadly weapon. A man threw the alligator through the drive-thru after getting his soda.

Posted at 8:00 AM

Ardmore Deputy Police Chief Kevin Norris said the APD and the Carter County Health Department will sponsor Citizens Response to Active Shooter Events training Feb. 25 at Southern Oklahoma Technology Center."This class will...

Posted at 8:00 AM

In celebration of Black History Month, area students will hit the stage Sunday at Mount Zion Baptist Church in Ardmore to perform pieces honoring the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.A trio of Ardmore City Schools students —...

Posted at 8:00 AM

Ardmore and Davis treated Tuesday’s dual at Ardmore Middle School as one last chance to work on their technique in a live setting prior to next week’s regional tournament.

Posted at 8:00 AM

Spending thousands of dollars to a 2.5-mill tax levy appears to be the required way of doing business for the Southern Oklahoma Technology Center.For the second year in a row, voters approved a building-fund levy of 2.5 mills but...

Posted at 8:00 AM

Lone Grove voters said "yes" Monday to the board of education’s bond request of $10,975,000 — with no projected tax increase — to improve district facilities.  At the nine precincts, 870 voters...

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