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Headlines: OU Inquiry, Cold Beer & a New Peanut

Headlines for Friday, March 13, 2015:

  • OU President David Boren calls for an inquiry into the officers at a now disbanded fraternity. (NewsOK)

  • OSU Student with same name as the Sigma Alpha Epsilon student leading a racist chant on video gets harassment online. (KERA)

  • High profile Enid attorney Stephen Jones is representing SAE in possible lawsuit against OU (KFOR)

  • Dissecting the bill to allow liquor stores to sell cold beer. (Journal Record)

  • Oklahoma lawmakers leave with unfinished business. (AP)

  • Senator James Lankford is leaning away from voting in favor of the confirmation of Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch. (KGOU)

  • An Oklahoma State Researcher is developing a new type of peanut. (Journal Record)

  • Oklahoma electric company, OG&E, is delaying a move toward wind energy. (NewsOK)

  • A Bedlam Big 12 Tournament game ends in a win by the Sooners over the Cowboys, 64 to 49. (ESPN)

  • Nine Oklahoma State wrestlers and five from OU are competing in the 2015 NCAA Wrestling Championships. (NewsOK)

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