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Headlines: Teacher Rally, Kansas Earthquakes & Tribal Gaming

Headlines for Tuesday, March 31, 2015:

  • Thousands of educators rally at the capitol to get the attention of lawmakers. (NewsOK)

  • A change in plans for an Oklahoma City Convention Center isn’t keeping away companies wishing to build a companion hotel. (Journal Record)

  • The US Department of Justice is suing an Oklahoma university on behalf of a transgender teacher. (NewsOK)

  • Kansas declares earthquakes in two of its counties across the Oklahoma state line an immediate threat to public health, safety and welfare. (Tulsa World)

  • The President of a fraternity at the center of a racist chant criticizes OU President David Boren.  (NewsOK)

  • Oklahoma reaches a milestone in the state’s development of tribal gaming. (Journal Record)

  • Legislation giving terminally ill patients in Oklahoma access to experimental medications not yet on pharmacy shelves gets approved by a state Senate panel. (AP)

  • A Tulsa School bus collision sends six students and the driver of an oncoming car to the hospital.  (Tulsa World)

  • Another Thunder player might have to undergo surgery. (NewsOK)

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