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Headlines: Meth Money, Osage Wind Farms & Education

Here is a sampling of headlines for the morning of November 19, 2014:

  • Oklahoma is getting more than $200,000 to battle meth. (Enid News & Eagle)
  • A Duncan man accused in the shooting death of a baseball player from Australia waives his right to a preliminary hearing. (Duncan Banner)
  • Opponents of two planned wind farms in Osage County say they'll keep fighting the developments. (Tulsa World)
  • Tulsa Public Schools are going over resumes to pick its new superintendent. (News on 6)
  • A top Oklahoma City school official says lack of instruction is causing a drop in reading scores. (NewsOK)
  • The Oklahoma Supreme Court says American Airlines deserves sales tax refunds totaling more than $1 million. (Journal Record)
  • Authorities arrest a man in a 12-year-old cold case in McClain County. (KFOR)
  • Newly elected lawmakers are starting their first full day as legislators after being sworn in at the capitol yesterday. (Journal Record)
  • The Oklahoma City Thunder loses another game falling to 3-9 in the new season. (NewsOK)
  • Phil Forte scored 18 points as Oklahoma State rolls to a 91-45 victory over Northwestern Oklahoma State. (Stillwater News Press)
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