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Oklahoma GED test takers dropping

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The number of Oklahoman's taking the GED is dropping sharply. Since 2014 the test taking numbers have dropped 60% mainly because of increased costs.  Pearson VUE now gives the tests and has doubled the cost to $130.00.

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OKC and Tulsa have really bad roads

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A new study found what motorists in the states two largest metro areas have known for sometime, the roads are in bad shape. The study ranked Tulsa and Oklahoma City in the top five urban locations for the high cost of repairs to vehicles because of bad roads. 

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Oklahoma unemployment continues to rise

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For the third month in a row, unemployment in Oklahoma has increased.  This time most job loss came in the retail and trade sectors and among local, state and the federal government.

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Quake felt in five states

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A 4.4 magnitude earthquake in northern Oklahoma was felt in four other nearby states. The epicenter was east of Cherokee near the Kansas border. It was followed by after-shocks of 3.2 and 4.0.

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More disposal wells make the earthquake list

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The Oklahoma Corporation Commission has added 211 more disposal wells to their list of sites that can trigger earthquakes. Operators of those wells have until mid-August to prove they are not injecting oil field waste water below the Arbuckle Formation which is considered basement rock.

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