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Headlines: Waste Water, School Consolidation & Craft Beer

Headlines for Tuesday, January 26, 2016:

  • A new study finds Oklahoma has become an intake state for hydraulic fracturing waste-water. (Enid News & Eagle)

  • Questions grow over the announcement of a new deputy superintendent at the Department of Education. (Tulsa World)

  • SandRidge Energy is borrowing money for its debts. (Journal Record)

  • Luther resident want Wal Mart to rebuild its football field. (NewsOK)

  • A wind energy tax incentive is getting used more than anyone expected. (Norman Transcript)

  • The State Attorney General says he’s prepared to take a cut in his budget. (Journal Record)

  • Two Oklahoma executions are getting put on hold. (AP)

  • Two inmates face possible release thanks to the Innocence Project. (Journal Record)

  • A new program hopes to help rural hospitals and nursing homes. (NewsOK)

  • A new bill in the coming legislative session seeks to consolidate nearly 300 school districts. (Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise)

  • Some kids in Oklahoma City schools are taking brain breaks to help improve health and attention span. (News9)

  • New poll shows economy ranks number one issue for Oklahoma voters. (News on 6)

  • Corporate donations provide opportunities for students. (Journal Record)

  • A new education model in Oklahoma puts students in charge of their own education. (Fox25)

  • Tulsa’s new acting sheriff releases good news about the jail’s financial situation. (Tulsa World

  • An Affiliate of Tulsa’s Williams Company plans a one-third cut in spending. (Journal Record)

  • Conservative Bartlesville college president criticizes Donald Trump. (Tulsa World)

  • A new study shows the impact of craft brewery in Oklahoma. (Tulsa World)

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