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Headlines: Capitol Repairs, Veterans Affairs & Trader Joe's

Headlines for Friday, March 6, 2015:

  • The cost of repairs to the state capitol might exceed the expected $120 million. (NewsOK)

  • Legal challenges remain for the Union Bus Station in Downtown Oklahoma City. (Journal Record)

  • The state House rejects a bill to add more math to Oklahoma high school students. (Tulsa World)

  • The new Secretary of Veterans Affairs plans improved care for Oklahoma’s service men and women. (Oklahoma Watch)

  • Health officials promise to tackle the issue of infant deaths. (NewsOK)

  • Relief is coming for drought-stricken Skiatook Lake in Northeast Oklahoma. (Tulsa World)

  • A bill to change rules for oil and gas drillers is speeding through the legislature. (Journal Record)

  • A former OU football star is using a unique way to spread the word to young people on how to be responsible with their money.  (NewsOK)

  • Trader Joe’s makes it official: it’s coming to Tulsa. (Tulsa World)

  • Oklahoma City is mourning the loss of one of its leaders. (NewsOK)

  • The Big 12 Women’s Basketball tournament gets started this weekend. (Big12 Sports)

  • Russell Westbrook’s consecutive streak of triple-doubles comes to an end and the Thunder loses to the Chicago Bulls, 108 to 105. (ESPN)

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