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Headlines: Capitol Repairs, Devon Donations & Blood Shortage

Headlines for Tuesday, December 16, 2014:

  • The state Supreme Court gives its stamp of approval on a $120 million bond for capitol repairs. (NewsOK)

  • The people of Enid want more choices when it comes to eating out. (Journal Record)

  • An investigation shows Devon poured nearly $1 million into GOP campaigns for statewide office. (Tulsa World)

  • A Moore family is working to bring a Merry Christmas to the victims of the 2013 tornadoes. (News9)

  • The University of Tulsa welcomes its new head football coach, Phillip Montgomery. (Tulsa World)

  • The Tulsa School Board approves a state record $415 million bond. (Tulsa World)

  • The US Justice Department says tribes in Oklahoma might be able to grow and sell marijuana as long as they follow guidelines similar to Washington and Colorado. (Journal Record)

  • The Oklahoma Blood Institute is declaring and emergency because of a statewide blood shortage.  (NewsOK)

  • Tulsa Community College and Oklahoma State University are making it easier for students to move an associate degree to a bachelor's degree. (AP)

  • A $1 million completed road project in Claremore is heading to court. (Fox23)

  • Oklahoma City plans a public meeting to discuss a proposed oil and natural gas well near Lake Hefner. (NewsOK)

  • Authorities are searching for a former chief executive of Oklahoma-based oil and gas investment companies who escaped from a minimum security prison in Texas.  (KJRH)

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