Headlines: Medical Marijuana Vote, Utility Rates & Thunder Rallies

Jan 5, 2018

Headlines for Friday, January 5, 2017:

  • Oklahoma residents are getting to vote on medical marijuana in June.  (Journal Record)

  • The Health Department refuses to allow a subpoenaed employee to testify before lawmakers. (NewsOK)

  • CDC releases a report on black infant mortality in Oklahoma. (StateImpact OK)

  • A new Oklahoma company wants to crack down on opioid abuse. (Journal Record)

  • The battle over utility rates and tax cuts starts at the Corporation Commission. (Journal Record)

  • Corporation Commission hears public comment on panhandle wind farm. (NewsOK)

  • Authorities are looking for a plane which went missing after taking off from an Oklahoma City airport. (NewsOK)

  • Another bid for a downtown OKC police garage gets shot down. (Journal Record)

  • Tulsa Public Schools renews its contract with two north Tulsa Charter Schools. (Tulsa World)

  • The Department of Environmental Quality unveils a new license plate. (Tulsa World)

  • Oklahomans rush to buy lottery tickets. (Tulsa World)

  • The Oklahoma City Thunder comes from behind to beat the Los Angeles Clippers. (NewsOK)

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